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Happy Birthday JNA

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Gedunker

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Best wishes for a happy birthday from up the river and over the hills. ;-)
 

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Happy birthday. I've secured a cake to an inner tube and placed it in the Ohio. Let me know if the candles are still burning when you recieve it. ;-)
 

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Happy birthday from one Hoosier transplant to another! Hope the weather treats you right down there!
 

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biscuit said:
Happy birthday. I've secured a cake to an inner tube and placed it in the Ohio. Let me know if the candles are still burning when you recieve it. ;-)
I watched it pass through the McAlpine Locks this a.m., candles yet burning. (Wow, there were quite a few....) ;-)
 
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Gedunker said:
I watched it pass through the McAlpine Locks this a.m., candles yet burning. (Wow, there were quite a few....) ;-)
Well.... post the pic already! :p

Happy Birthday JNA!!!!!
 

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Happy Birthday.

I know you have to watch what you eat, so I hope these are ok.

 

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:) Ahhh, gee thanks guys :)

Today in History - that's of interest to many here in Cyburbia -

One hundred and fifty years ago, on July 6, 1854, the first official meeting of the Republican Party took place in Jackson, Mich.

In 1933, the first All-Star baseball game was played, at Chicago's Comiskey Park; the American League defeated the National League, 4-2.

Thought for Today: "Growing old is no more than a bad habit which a busy man has no time to form." — Andre Maurois, French author (1885-1967).
 
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