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To: Terry Whitman who wrote (13)8/25/2000 1:45:51 PM
From: Cynic 2005
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Hmm... I wonder why Maria keeps using "going forward so often? Did you ever listen to "Cerone?"

"Keep it going!" -g-

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To: bill meehan who wrote (14)8/25/2000 1:46:55 PM
From: Cynic 2005
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Another thing..

"xxxx is already priced in to the market."

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (15)8/25/2000 1:50:45 PM
From: Terry Whitman
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Gizzard Lips keeps 'going forward' cause RealMan keeps approaching from the rear? hohoho

What's 'Cerone'?

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To: Terry Whitman who wrote (17)8/25/2000 2:50:18 PM
From: Cynic 2005
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I will record a portion of Cerone and e-mail it to you later! -g-

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To: Cynic 2005 who started this subject8/25/2000 3:39:34 PM
From: Bob Miller
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Best case scenario.

In the loop.

On the same page.

And, my favorite..... Been there, done that, bought the tee shirt.

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (16)8/25/2000 4:25:45 PM
From: bill meehan
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Hey! I use that one myself. <g>

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To: Cynic 2005 who wrote (15)8/25/2000 5:41:01 PM
From: KENNETH R SANDERS
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CY, I was wondering why she uses the word "teeny' SO OFTEN<g>

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To: bill meehan who wrote (20)8/27/2000 10:34:16 AM
From: KENNETH R SANDERS
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bill, My mother's favorite was " Fools names and fools faces are often seen in public places" . Has nothing to do with the market........or does it?<G>. This BUD'S for me.

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To: KENNETH R SANDERS who wrote (22)8/28/2000 9:21:44 AM
From: bill meehan
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KRS, I'm sure it do. <g> My mother's favorite was "My heart bleeds for you" in a very sarcastic tone when I felt unfairly treated. It's a phrase that is always relevant to the market. (Although I wouldn't recommend that parents use it.) <ng>

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To: KENNETH R SANDERS who wrote (21)8/29/2000 9:07:15 AM
From: Cynic 2005
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Hey, that wasn't me! -g-

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