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Reply # 60285 9-Feb-2007 19:42
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JAMMAN2110: -1 Brad


+2 bradstewart Tongue out, mm positive numbers once again.

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i wonder if you would have won by entering "Kirsty Ally"





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  Reply # 60294 9-Feb-2007 20:37
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Probably not. "Kirstie Alley" would've stood a chance though. Kiss




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  Reply # 60466 11-Feb-2007 20:39
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And this foul-up isn't the first! Last week they asked us where the Hokonui Moonshine Festival was to be held. The Herald article described the venue in....Gore....but the only correct answer the form would accept was....Hokonui. Remedial reading lessons required for someone at the Herald, methinks!!

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