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Yo....Herkimer Neely, Sask.
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Grove r    Posted 10-17-2002 at 19:59:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
First, I must appologize to everyone for comming off as a pseudo educated intelect...my grade school efforts saw only D's and C's on my report card, my short stint in hi-school was no better, attained only half the required credits to graduate....if in fact I would have stayed to term! Now, on to a more pressing issue; Herk seems to know more of my existance then I have been exposing to everyone on this forum. Catskinner, yes; poet nay, sulpur rat, yes, and none to any exceptional degree, a few vague similaritys to farming in what I do at home, would realy have to be "in the know" to pick them out. Question being....was it just a lucky guess on the sulphur thing? or did you realy know? Have we met? Perhaps in a past life???? Oh, the agony of it all to not know....I shall forever be in the dark....oh well...just got an order to change the water bottle on the water cooler...so shall be back later.....have a gooder, R.E.L


Herkimer Neely    Posted 10-17-2002 at 22:13:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
I knew all those details. How did I know? Jake told me. He and I served together in Algeria. He also said you could be trusted with certain DELETED information. For the record you are listed as: "Philospher/poet/cat skinner/farmer-rancher. We could have met in a past life. It's hard to know.


Grove r    Posted 10-17-2002 at 22:51:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ahhh, the pot thickens, Jake, old friend, truly a master of masters....therein lies the true eloquence of the situation....a harbringer of glad tideings....a true emmisarry of eloquence....to not know him is to not know life....I have been smote with the "priviledged sword"! do you, indeed know the "man", of cattle round-ups? of bannana farming? of pineapple growing? of flights untold, to places without names? His name is bandied about the [DELETE] circles as one who "has been there"....I stand with head bowed in reverence, to have been graced by the shadow of such greatness....i.e. yeah, he's a pretty good joe.....have a gooder, R,E.L


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