In a message dated 5/28/2003 5:09:14 PM Eastern Standard Time, ... Well, mine have been that way for years. Nancy makes sure I don t get in *too* much troubleMessage 1 of 97 , Jun 1, 2003View SourceIn a message dated 5/28/2003 5:09:14 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> > Hmmm...What about a Goon Squad Moderator(s)? TheyWell, mine have been that way for years. Nancy makes sure I don't get in
> > would have to listen to the miscreant testes...
> Jim! Jim! Did you see that!?
> Jerry, you REALLY need to get a new spell checker...
> ; )
*too* much trouble because of them these days!
Sorry for the delay - had to go thru several hundred emails to find that one!
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We call the people who come to your door to sell you something solicitors , prostitutes are called, hookers, and I m a lady so I can t repeat what I ve heardMessage 97 of 97 , Jun 3, 2003View SourceWe call the people who come to your door to sell you
something "solicitors", prostitutes are called, hookers, and I'm a
lady so I can't repeat what I've heard lawerys called! :)
Jamie in AZ
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Wheiler"
> Oh sure, pick on the lawyers again! Just remember, we have formerclients
> who can find out where you live!!! Actually, if I'm not mistaken,I think
> the term "solicitor" came over to this country from the legalsystem in
> England where they have solicitors and barristers (no connection tothat
> other age old profession).joke, "Lawyers,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Shane" <shane@t...>
> To: <BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 7:29 AM
> Subject: RE: [BackpackGearTest] Re: No more gear
> > > BTW we call them solicitors down here :-)
> > Around these parts 'solicitors' is a fancy word for prostitutes.
> > Of course, that reminds me of the punch line of a common
> > hookers, what's the difference?"
> > Shane