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November 29, 2007

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Bronwyn Jones

You win. Mine sucked.

Keith

Yeah, you squashed me. Mine sucked too: http://www.7nights.com/asterisk/archive/2002/07/virgin

"At some point you just have to stop and go with what you have."

I think that's true of just about anything. Great first.

Ryan Irelan

I was in the dark days of grad school when I wrote that, so please don't judge me. ;)

This is a way better start.

*runs off to delete archives on his blog* ;)

Leo A. Novelli

You beat me... I still have no idea what to talk about...

Russ

Thanks for all the feedback guys.

Sameer Vasta

Amen. Great way to kick it off.

I had to use someone else's words in my first post..

serge

Thanks. It's so true...

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