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RE: better late than never

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Posted by: jfirneno at Thu Jan 25 17:27:21 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jfirneno ]  
   

Terry:
It's always interesting to see what the other guy is up to. I'll stick with my own private insane asylum of a life. But it does give me ideas about my next career.

It finally cooled off over here. It's plenty cold and we might even get some meaningful snow next week. But I'm already contemplating mandarin breeding plans. This should be the year.

Cross-connecting posts, the west coast guy with conspics was Steve Emerick. He's sort of disappeared. Too bad, he was a really good guy to deal with and was a great rehabilitator of wild caught mandarins.

Regards
John


   

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