Monday, April 14, 2008
Time to wake up....
It's been a long rest.
posted by El Capitan at 12:12 PM
Well, have you been doing a Rip Van Winkle impression or what?
Glad to hear that you're still around.
rest?! shit! more like a hibernation.6:42 PM
Well hello...glad you're back...I'll have to tell Miss B.11:15 PM
The Dude really is back! Not much news from you, though... is this like...bait? Were you afraid we'd OD if you wrote too much? Just kidding! Glad you're back! Thanks, M*A!11:31 PM
Welcome back :)11:58 PM
(Thinking he hit the snooze button.)11:18 PM
m*a, maybe he meant us...? ...or maybe he was talking in his sleep?11:36 PM
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Good to see that your back and OK.5:33 PM
...and gettin' longer ;-)6:41 PM
'Bet you're just checkin' to see if we're still here.....we are. Are you going to fill in on your re-entry or just leave us hangin'?6:48 PM
Hey T, did you see the pic at the Castle that BillT sent you today?6:07 PM
hola, como estas?9:16 AM
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