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Old 07-06-2005, 09:43 AM   #46
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Yeah well it was my major in school, I went on one and them my Professor put me in charge of one omg...we were in a town in NY and the dig was for the towns people..so I had all sorts of little old ladies and men digging everywhere..omg

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Old 07-06-2005, 09:44 AM   #47
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I've changed too DG! haha, we did get sucked into the manufactured boy band crap!

My favourite band is....course U2!

the Killers

The Beatles will always rock eh, Susan

I like The Killers, but some of their lyrics make no fing sense.

The Beatles My mother skipped school when she was in high school to see them land at the airport in Boston.
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Dis, my dad found this awesome axe head when he was little.
Its about 3 lbs. and 4x6 inches, I forget the stone, but its dark.
Haven't seen it in years, somewhere in my grandmas Summer Kitchen. (Along with a Dana Brown Safari Coffee can full of arrow heads, thats what I have to look for after she dies (won't let us in there)).

Really...wicked cool! Arrow head I have never found one here....I did find a hide scraper a few years ago beside my grandfathers barn..pretty cool. There is a neat prehistoric site by my house they discovered a few years back I went too...they actually discovered clovis points! Which have really never been found here.
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my fav bands are U2, The Beatles and Savage Garden (you probably haven't heard of them - they were big back in the late 90's) but then i love dancing so i dance to almost anything with a beat


i just dont like sooky la la emo bands
Who hasn't heard of Savage Garden? They were HUGE for a few years I only sort of liked them, but they were impossible to avoid
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my fav bands are U2, The Beatles and Savage Garden (you probably haven't heard of them - they were big back in the late 90's) but then i love dancing so i dance to almost anything with a beat


i just dont like sooky la la emo bands
savage garden? Yes omg..they were pretty big in the states when I was in High School.
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I did find a hide scraper a few years ago beside my grandfathers barn..

I thought that said grandfather's brain for a second. Maybe I need reading glasses to go with my distance glasses?
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The Beatles My mother skipped school when she was in high school to see them land at the airport in Boston.
Ooooh wow! That is SOOOO cool! Can you tell I was raised loving the Beatles?
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You were all trying to nail something

clone...I think you forgot to breath while you were running


what are you getting at?


Ok..time to go pick up mom...see ya ladies later
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I'm only 5 posts away from 8,500 posts! Yeeha!

Beatles will live on

I've heard on the radio that Bono is going to be singing with The Corrs in a few hrs time in Edinburgh, so i spose i'm going to become green with severe jealousy when i see that!!!!
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Clovis points in Vermont? Whoa......
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Dis, my dad found this awesome axe head when he was little.
Its about 3 lbs. and 4x6 inches, I forget the stone, but its dark.
Haven't seen it in years, somewhere in my grandmas Summer Kitchen. (Along with a Dana Brown Safari Coffee can full of arrow heads, thats what I have to look for after she dies (won't let us in there)).
My mother has a couple hundred arrow heads and 20 or so fossilized fish that my grandfather found in digs out in the desert from 50 or 60 years ago. Now that I think of it I don't know what my grandfather did for work? But I think all the stuff he found was just him digging on his own. He use to also dig for precious stones and make jewelry out of them.
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aw yay!!! im glad some ppl have heard of them, i mean they did get two no 1 in the usa, but for some reason when i mention them ppl are like whO?!?!

they've split now, but the lead singer darren is solo. awww i him

but anyway....lets not let bono hear me talking like this -he'll get mad, and well -it won't be pretty
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Bye Dis. Come again
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Go Susan, Go Susan.......
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