Re: "Miss me yet?"
"McGarnagle" <mcgarnagle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Hey Bongster, how's it going, figure out a new place to hide your stash from
the kids yet? You could get a safe, but that would require you to remember
a combination, and with the memory issues you dopers run into that's
probably not such a good idea. Trying to open a safe in the back yard with
a propane torch and a crowbar is likely to attract unwelcome attention from
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