pre48-list-digest Thursday, December 24 1998 Volume 01 : Number 008



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FTE Pre48 - Re: Good Evening
Re: FTE Pre48 - Re: Good Evening

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Date: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 11:33:00 -0500
From: "C. Greenlaw"
Subject: FTE Pre48 - Re: Good Evening

TO: Mz. Noreen Moo Fro
Good Morning!

I have been told to write you a E-mail message because She Who Must Be
Obeyed was unable to log on to the network last night, and we are planning
to go to Portand tonight to see if we can get a ride on the train at the
Western Promenade. This means,in simple terms that you will be without a
message for 2 (count 'em TWO) days. I expect you would fear a major
computer crash, pine away and never be seen or heard from again.Sounds like
you had a great weekend, nice to have a slave, er houseboy;probably the
thrill will wear off once the newness of the houseboy job
wears off and you'lll be back where you started

This "Houseboy" crap is kind of getting out of hand, since the demands and
expectations are increasing and the pay is decreasing. I did have a have a
chance to apply a "backrub" to a rather nice divorcee, but as with most
women, she chickened out after making a large quantity of suitable noises.
This was actually a good thing as it saved me the not inconsiderable
embarrassment of declining to perform such a act in the first place.

We're have a big Christmas dinner this year, all the usual people are
coming. Should be fun, I'm not m,aking as much stuff as I do for
thanksgiving, but it's nice to have family around on the holiday.

I have been to the store today and got turkey stuff, stuffing stuff and
rolls and stuff. We are planning a small feast for Christmas day, but since
our nuclear family is showing signs of decay, there will probably only be
the 4 of us. Cathy's grumpy father may come over, but at this time he is
among the missing. I thought, as I shut of the tree lights last night, and
stumbled over an excess of wrapped gifts, that the day is near when there
will be no little feet on Christmas day, already one is gone, and the rest
sleep in late. No more playing "Santa" in the dead of night, and guarding
the stairway at 4 AM. The magic is gone, and it won't come back, I just
don't really care much about it now, I just miss the time.

Debbie has a problem with her ear, she thinks caused byu the chiropractor,

If a bone cracker was fooling around in her ear, she is even more out of it
than you can guess, unless maybe it was caused by a fender bender or a horn
blower on the way to see such a person. In general I think people who swear
by the perpetual care and lack of cure offered by chiroqwackers have bigger
problems than a ear ache., like lumps. Who knows what most doctors think
about such things, they all seem to be optimists, look at your own case. The
quack I go to gave me antacid when I told him I stopped breathing at night,
the antacid made me sick. I finally found a magnifying glass, read the fine
print (it was a sample pack, the bugger wouldn't even cough up the real
thing) and threw the rest away. I think if you have a cut finger, they can
fix it, beyond that, you are on your own.

> I made peanutbuttter balls yesterday to take to all the old people
> who shouldn't eat them but love them anyway.

You should stop trying to poison old people, just because they are old. You
will be that way sooner than you think, and then guess what; Jeff's middle
aged wife will come over and try to poison you in turn. Look what happened
to Dr. Korvikian, when they didn't croak by themselves, he croaked them.
First peanut butter balls, then pumpkin pie where will it STOP!!

I think the dryer has stopped by now, it's pretty cold and the wind is
blowing in gusts, so I am reluuctant to go work on Tim's wreck, I think I
can save it but it's not going to be pretty. Since I don't really want to go
out, I am doing Cathy's laundry. I have been warned NOT to let things
"wrinkle-late" what ever a wrinkle is, or a late for that matter.

Do have a nice day.

47 Freddy Poo

P.S. She Who Must Be Obeyed said I could read your note. Isn't that swell!


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Date: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 22:37:37 -0600
From: Don Lewis
Subject: Re: FTE Pre48 - Re: Good Evening

How about the receipe for the peanutbutter balls.

Date sent: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 11:33:00 -0500
From: "C. Greenlaw"
To: joyce hypernet.com, "Zelda_1 prodigy.net"
Subject: FTE Pre48 - Re: Good Evening
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>
>
> TO: Mz. Noreen Moo Fro
> Good Morning!
>
> I have been told to write you a E-mail message because She Who Must Be
> Obeyed was unable to log on to the network last night, and we are
> planning to go to Portand tonight to see if we can get a ride on the train
> at the Western Promenade. This means,in simple terms that you will be
> without a message for 2 (count 'em TWO) days. I expect you would fear a
> major computer crash, pine away and never be seen or heard from
> again.Sounds like you had a great weekend, nice to have a slave, er
> houseboy;probably the thrill will wear off once the newness of the
> houseboy job wears off and you'lll be back where you started
>
> This "Houseboy" crap is kind of getting out of hand, since the demands and
> expectations are increasing and the pay is decreasing. I did have a have a
> chance to apply a "backrub" to a rather nice divorcee, but as with most
> women, she chickened out after making a large quantity of suitable noises.
> This was actually a good thing as it saved me the not inconsiderable
> embarrassment of declining to perform such a act in the first place.
>
> We're have a big Christmas dinner this year, all the usual people are
> coming. Should be fun, I'm not m,aking as much stuff as I do for
> thanksgiving, but it's nice to have family around on the holiday.
>
> I have been to the store today and got turkey stuff, stuffing stuff and
> rolls and stuff. We are planning a small feast for Christmas day, but
> since our nuclear family is showing signs of decay, there will probably
> only be the 4 of us. Cathy's grumpy father may come over, but at this time
> he is among the missing. I thought, as I shut of the tree lights last
> night, and stumbled over an excess of wrapped gifts, that the day is near
> when there will be no little feet on Christmas day, already one is gone,
> and the rest sleep in late. No more playing "Santa" in the dead of night,
> and guarding the stairway at 4 AM. The magic is gone, and it won't come
> back, I just don't really care much about it now, I just miss the time.
>
> Debbie has a problem with her ear, she thinks caused byu the chiropractor,
>
> If a bone cracker was fooling around in her ear, she is even more out of
> it than you can guess, unless maybe it was caused by a fender bender or a
> horn blower on the way to see such a person. In general I think people who
> swear by the perpetual care and lack of cure offered by chiroqwackers have
> bigger problems than a ear ache., like lumps. Who knows what most doctors
> think about such things, they all seem to be optimists, look at your own
> case. The quack I go to gave me antacid when I told him I stopped
> breathing at night, the antacid made me sick. I finally found a magnifying
> glass, read the fine print (it was a sample pack, the bugger wouldn't even
> cough up the real thing) and threw the rest away. I think if you have a
> cut finger, they can fix it, beyond that, you are on your own.
>
> > I made peanutbuttter balls yesterday to take to all the old people
> > who shouldn't eat them but love them anyway.
>
> You should stop trying to poison old people, just because they are old.
> You will be that way sooner than you think, and then guess what; Jeff's
> middle aged wife will come over and try to poison you in turn. Look what
> happened to Dr. Korvikian, when they didn't croak by themselves, he
> croaked them. First peanut butter balls, then pumpkin pie where will it
> STOP!!
>
> I think the dryer has stopped by now, it's pretty cold and the wind is
> blowing in gusts, so I am reluuctant to go work on Tim's wreck, I think I
> can save it but it's not going to be pretty. Since I don't really want to
> go out, I am doing Cathy's laundry. I have been warned NOT to let things
> "wrinkle-late" what ever a wrinkle is, or a late for that matter.
>
> Do have a nice day.
>
> 47 Freddy Poo
>
> P.S. She Who Must Be Obeyed said I could read your note. Isn't that swell!
>
>
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>


Don Lewis
'46 Ford 1/2 ton
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