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It is doubtful the firefighters were talking about streamers, hats and noisemakers.

Maybe T-Mac is trying to emulate the 1840 Presidential election campaign? Of course, you would have to know something about American history to understand that, wouldn't you? Not exactly what we can expect from a Robinson High School grad.

We can all understand why you might object to people looking happy. Self-esteem problems flaring up again?

Not Ann Monday

Why the Robinson bashing? Go Rams!

Not Ann Monday

Why the Robinson bashing?

Go Rams!

Doug

T-Mac is coming to my office tonight in Blacksburg. I look forward to getting happy with him! Still undecided, but booze can sway me very easily.

Doug, where is your office?

John

Yeah - what's up with bashing Robinson? Go Rams!

Doug

CRC RBVIII

LOL SARAH PALIN YOU LOG CABS

12:55 PM you stalker

Doug

Sarah- dude, I think he wanted to know where T-mac was going to be in Blacksburg. Sadly I had a client obligation and did not make it.

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