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June 2009 Row Call


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I beat everyone to the punch this month. I hope all is well and the retro starts to flow into the banks.

Got my stimulus and it is like the Montgomery Gentry song ( Gone)

For the folks who are battling the game, Have faith. It will happen.

Dont let this stuff get to you. Take a break if you need to. It can drive you nuts.

John

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Signing in for another month. Will be traveling a lot this month. Will keep in touch.

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"It can drive you nuts."

Yup.

See, I was just at 20%, with a screwed-up ankle. That's when I first filed a claim.

And, WOW, just look at me now, after 5 years of dealin' wit de VA!

See, all you "newbies", you TOO can become 100%, AFTER 5 YEARS OF DEALING WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VEGETARIAN AFFAIRS!

Now, NOW, I'm gonna take my evening handful of multi-colored, variously shaped pills and nod on off.......so, I'll just toddle on to bed.

Nite all.

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Sammy here! Nothing new so far, except for someone jumping the gun on roll call... LOL

Gotta wait for the clock to roll over past midnight... LOL

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