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posts on 4/19/2006 1:47:43 PM Dear Randy, well, what can I say? you are quite correct, my spelling let me down, why can't they have a spell checker button prior to posting the message? Anyway, Mrs Munchkin is the only one for me for two reasons, 1) I couldn't afford another, 2) At my age, it's Horlicks and bed at 8.30 pm! But you do sound bitter for such a caring, polite and loving person, in every post where you mention me, it's been like "Pistols at dawn" I'll let you win since it's nearly 8.30 pm and my Horlicks is getting cold!
posts on 4/19/2006 12:37:04 PM Munch, you don't spell Japanese too well, either. I'm in a real quandary; which wife are you talking about? the wives of your various conquests Or Mrs. Munchkin? What ever the answer is, you need to do one of two things, or maybe both. First, get on the waiting list for "Dykes for New Orleans" in the event another hurricane strikes The Big Easy; second, get some therapy; and in either case, maybe you better cut back down on your aciid dosage. Continue the talc application.
posts on 4/19/2006 1:00:59 AM Munch, did you not read Andy's previous post about this site not being a pick joint. There's no esey women on this site so off you go to smut-u-like before Randy gives you a good telling off!

posts on 4/12/2006 5:27:15 PM Randy, my boy...What do you mean you don't do Japenese, I'm not fussy...Chinese, Japanese, Englese, just so long as the wife doesn't find out!! Anyway since you don't respect or care for my views, I haven't read those books either but that's because I can not read Japenese, BUT I can sya Thank you, Good Morning and Good Night in Japenese and How do you like your eggs in the morning, darling!
posts on 4/11/2006 7:50:59 PM Thanks, Sharyn. I'll go quietly now, since I don't do Japanese.
posts on 4/11/2006 7:39:59 PM They're printed in Japanese for their market. If you re-read Tony Mortlocks pages you'll find it there. Didn't AJQ himself mention those books didn't do well anywhere else except Japan?
posts on 4/11/2006 4:59:49 PM I never even heard of them, 'til I saw them on the bibliography on wee kee pee d uh.
posts on 4/11/2006 2:05:59 PM No, I haven't heard of them. Have you had a chance to read them?
posts on 4/10/2006 8:37:40 PM Andy or Sophia, or anyone else; I found an AJQ bibliography listing: "Trail of Tears" and "A Quiet Night in Hell". Anybody heard of these books/manuscripts?
Randy posts on 3/27/2006 4:45:54 PM My,My Munch! Aren't we touchy! I guess it'e just your diaper rash acting up. Put a little talc on it and up your aciiiid dosage.
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