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FattyFattyPorkFace



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Tarty wrote:
I'm a newbie to the board but not to AG. I am very lucky to be the manager of a bookstore (advanced readers copies! Yaaaazooo!). I've written directly to Chris over the years via e-mail and it still amazes me that I always get a personal reply. Whatta guy.

I make all my new employees read at least one Moore book--usually it's Lamb, and then they're hooked. My "Employee's Choices" section always has 2 or 3 of AG's books featured.

Can't wait for the new one!


Welcome! Smile
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Welcome to the boardello, Tardy! You have excellent taste in books. Wink
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Lib wrote:
Welcome to the boardello, Tardy! You have excellent taste in books. Wink


Welcome Tarty! Stretch out an get comfy. Funny, she don't look tardy.?
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Woops...sorry Tarty.
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OK, so I joined the board in March, but only today posted my first post. Strange.

But hello to all of you, and hello to anyone who is not here yet, but will post they are a newbie after me.
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Robbobrob71 (I double checked to make sure I got it right), welcome!
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Laughing It is my own personal Trinity (Rob-bob-rob). Rob and Rob are cool, but you always have to look out for Bob, he's crafty.
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Thank you Fatty, Lib and FC.

I spent most of my day off yesterday reading posts here on the board. I like it here!

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"Tarty" huh? So does that relate to your taste or disposition? Uh...never mind...don't answer that.

Welcome. After your strip searche you can have some pie. That is of course if you've read the rules...you have read the rules haven't you????
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Welcome, Welcome to yous new peoples
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y wrote:
"Tarty" huh? So does that relate to your taste or disposition? Uh...never mind...don't answer that.


Tarty means "Pure one" in Wangohanese


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Welcome. After your strip searche you can have some pie. That is of course if you've read the rules...you have read the rules haven't you????


Yep, read them all. I swear I'm not Canadian!

Er...Do I have to remove the bowl and clown glasses for the strip search? I'll feel sooo naked...

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There are rules?!? No one told me there were going to be rules. Oh, man, it is happening again, just like over at squishyfeet.org. Right down to the person with wearing a bowl.
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[quote="Tarty"] Tarty means "Pure one" in Wangohanese [quote]

As I am completely unfamiliar with the whole third world languages,
thing, (I know, how typically American.) it begs the question.
Is Wangohanese, an obscure Ted Nugent dialect I am unaware of ?
Razz


And Welcome Robbobrob71!
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Quote:

As I am completely unfamiliar with the whole third world languages,
thing, (I know, how typically American.) it begs the question.
Is Wangohanese, an obscure Ted Nugent dialect I am unaware of ?
Razz



Maybe more Ozzie than Ted.
Laughing

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fortune cookie wrote:
it begs the question.
Is Wangohanese, an obscure Ted Nugent dialect I am unaware of?
Razz


Well, a Google search for "wanghanese" points right back to this thread.

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