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  • Paul DEVER
    If I recall correctly, some of our elder volunteers liked Barbed Wire with Pam Anderson... ... From: Weber Reply-To: ujeni@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 7, 2003
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      If I recall correctly, some of our elder volunteers liked Barbed Wire with
      Pam Anderson...

      ----Original Message Follows----
      From: "Weber" <weber@...>
      Reply-To: ujeni@yahoogroups.com
      To: <ujeni@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: [ujeni] Attn: Rey Sampaga
      Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 08:01:25 -0800

      So Rey, Paul should inspire you to leave the wilds of Albuquerque for a
      little outing to your roots. When you get through visiting your relatives,
      latch on to Paul so he can wine and dine you before he breaks out one of his
      goofy videos, i.e. ( The Tomato That Ate Philadelphia or Teen Age Mutant
      Ninja from Outer Space). It will take you back to Lilongwe and Paul's
      classic collection of movies at his house.

      By the way, Karl Klemmeck is now settled in his new job and house in Merced
      and we keep trying to convince him we are a civilized bunch here in the
      Central Valley of California. I think he feels he's moved to the "outback"
      even though we are only a couple hours away from the Bay Area and his roots.

      Just think, now a visit to Yosemite can include side trips to the Weber's
      and Klemmeck, though I didn't get his permission to extend his part of the
      invitation. Now Rey, get working on your itinerary. Don


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    • reysampaga <rsampaga@comcast.net>
      There was also that wonderful kung fu movie where the lip synching was three seconds behind the action. ... Wire with ... for a ... relatives, ... one of his
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 10, 2003
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        There was also that wonderful kung fu movie where the lip synching
        was three seconds behind the action.

        --- In ujeni@yahoogroups.com, "Paul DEVER" <pcpaul@h...> wrote:
        > If I recall correctly, some of our elder volunteers liked Barbed
        Wire with
        > Pam Anderson...
        >
        > ----Original Message Follows----
        > From: "Weber" <weber@e...>
        > Reply-To: ujeni@yahoogroups.com
        > To: <ujeni@yahoogroups.com>
        > Subject: [ujeni] Attn: Rey Sampaga
        > Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 08:01:25 -0800
        >
        > So Rey, Paul should inspire you to leave the wilds of Albuquerque
        for a
        > little outing to your roots. When you get through visiting your
        relatives,
        > latch on to Paul so he can wine and dine you before he breaks out
        one of his
        > goofy videos, i.e. ( The Tomato That Ate Philadelphia or Teen Age
        Mutant
        > Ninja from Outer Space). It will take you back to Lilongwe and
        Paul's
        > classic collection of movies at his house.
        >
        > By the way, Karl Klemmeck is now settled in his new job and house
        in Merced
        > and we keep trying to convince him we are a civilized bunch here in
        the
        > Central Valley of California. I think he feels he's moved to
        the "outback"
        > even though we are only a couple hours away from the Bay Area and
        his roots.
        >
        > Just think, now a visit to Yosemite can include side trips to the
        Weber's
        > and Klemmeck, though I didn't get his permission to extend his part
        of the
        > invitation. Now Rey, get working on your itinerary. Don
        >
        >
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