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LobsterLvr

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  1. Any chance of 'Cindy In The Wind' ever being available in the Multimedia section? I've only heard it once (I think it was one of your Christmas gifts to us several years ago). I love it and would looooovvvve to hear it again.

    Dave

  2. Here's a little background: Annie and I got married 15 months ago. 14 months ago she left her job (with my full support) fully expecting to find another job pretty quickly. She got a nice consulting job for a while, but a full time job was nowhere in sight. Things were getting pretty stressful. Money was running pretty low. Fears were runnin pretty high. That all changed last week. Last Monday she landed the big one! A great (and I mean great!) job in NYC. Yaaaay....and phew!!!

    Here's what happened tonight: I got home around 7:15 to discover a new leather chair in the family room. As I took off my coat Annie poured me a beer, sat me in the (soft comfortable walnut brown leather) chair, handed me a bowl of Chex Mix and the remote. I turned the TV on. She had put the Raspberries DVD on!! "I Wanna Be With You" was the first thing I watched from my Man Thrown!! She then brought me two freshly made lobster rolls!! Which I scoffed down before the last notes of "Tonight" were played.

    She did all this because, as she says, as a thank you for the support I gave her during the tough times. Can you believe it??? Am I the luckiest guy in the world, or what?

    Dave

  3. I just heard a rumor that Brett Favre is moving next door to my x-wife's house! Actually it WAS my house...but I lost it in the divorce. Once he finds out what his next door neighbor is REALLY like, I bet he asks to be traded!! ;-)

    Dave (formally in Cranbury, NJ)

  4. If Princeton, NJ was on beach, it'd be perfect. And since nothing is...I guess it's as good as it gets. Having grown up in a preppy Massachusetts town (20 miles from the beach), I never thought I'd become a Jersey fanatic...but here I am! Ask Darlene, she'll tell ya, Princeton has it all. College town (with manners!), great eats, a truly walkable downtown. It looks like a New England town. It's half way between NYC and Philly. We get both city's TV and radio stations. We get both city's culture, sports and accents. As we ustah say in Andovah, Mass 'it's a wicked pissah great place to live'.

    Dave

  5. It seems every time I take a business trip to LA mother nature gets mad. Last time (six months ago or so) it was an earthquake in nearby Chino Hills. This time there are fires north, south and east of LA. Sky was yellow at sunrise this morning. Reid is right...the air smells like autumn in New England (when we used to be able to burn the fallen leaves in the gutter). It's business as usual for most folks here...but I can only imagine what it's like to be in the line of fire. Prayers for all.

    Dave (in LA til Friday)

  6. Mmmmm, they have really good raspberries here in LA! I'm sitting here, in a really nice Beverly Hills hotel, looking at the Hollywood Hills, enjoying the most delicious, and best looking raspberries I've ever experienced. Plump, juicy, works of art! I couldn't help but think about the times when I'd stare at the artwork on the 'berries LP's.....for hours! Sounds delicious.

    Dave

  7. I just went to about 4 different online blood alcohol calculators. For a guy about Eric's weight a level of .234 means he had about 8 to 9 drinks.

    All I can say, or do, is tell you that we love you, and want you to do whatever needs to be done to be sure this never, ever happens again.

    Dave

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