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Re: Japanese Pizza
i think japanese pizza sounds very nice and tasty! : )
Via: Google
England - Friday, December 31, 2004 at 08:59:45 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
Ex choi student, just stumbled across ur page,

Ahdil Maqsood
Woking - Thursday, December 30, 2004 at 23:00:13 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
I am really interested in learning japanese language. Your program has enabled me to have a good introduction to japanese. Thank you, very much

Via: through google search ( i want to learn japanese)
Hassan, Karnataka, India - Friday, December 24, 2004 at 01:38:35 (EST)

Re: Other
My K-1 fiance-turned-spouse recieved work authorization upon asking at the point of entry. (They would not have given it to us if we had not asked.) Do you think we should mention this on the I-767 when it asks if we have ever "applied" for work authorization?
Via: Google
Aztlán - Sunday, December 05, 2004 at 19:28:03 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Great info - glad you enjoyed your stay
Via: Japan Living yahoo group
Connecticut, US - Friday, December 03, 2004 at 09:48:00 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
These are the weirdest pieces of pizza i have ever seen in my entire life....holy krapp
A moose named Paul
Via: Electronic Gaming Monthly
The USA - Friday, November 26, 2004 at 22:08:48 (EST)

Re: Other
This site is great. keep up the great work!

Via: search engine
- Friday, November 26, 2004 at 05:59:57 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i will try your program.
- Sunday, November 21, 2004 at 21:06:52 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
What a mess :) That's really nice site.
USA - Thursday, September 16, 2004 at 01:40:23 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Some of these look terrific!
Dana McEwan
Via: A friend sent it to me
Portland Maine USA - Wednesday, September 15, 2004 at 07:58:22 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i liked the pizzas it was a step away from the comercial pizza order! it was most creativ and i wannne try it!!!!!
Beruk Akalu
Via: it was linked
sweden - Thursday, September 09, 2004 at 17:20:08 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Billy Das
Via: Ask jeeves
Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A. - Thursday, September 09, 2004 at 03:04:12 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
....Sensei never mentioned this to us in class.... She only spoke of free samples in huge department stores' basements....
Via: Was linked from sliceny.com
NYC - Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 21:23:07 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
We both like pizza however the thought of squid, ink and corn is revolting to us. Guess we are just too americanized.
Kay and Teri
Via: looking for pizza
Dallas, Texas - Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 18:56:22 (EST)

Re: Other
Japanese Pizza? Anyway, I wanted to say that your Kana Sensei program really helped me when I was learning Hiragana. I got a new computer and lost it, so I had to search out your program again. Its time to learn Katakana! I can't say how immensely helpful something so small and simple has been for me. I can't thank you enough!
Via: yahoo! search
Fort Worth, USA - Friday, July 30, 2004 at 05:40:55 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
Oh man.What a shity site.You should really put more effort into it.
Via: buy accident
The Naboo - Thursday, July 29, 2004 at 03:36:47 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
Are there any books on Choi Kwang Do? If so where can I get them.
Via: surfing
Michigan - Sunday, July 11, 2004 at 18:33:36 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i just want to say that i love the site!.
i have heard about the mayo thing, but just didn't think it was that popular:).i very much appreciate the work you put into the site and want to thank you for brightening my day. ^_^

Via: put in a search for pizza
us - Sunday, July 11, 2004 at 14:00:57 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Nice site. Pretty good!
USA - Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 10:37:43 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Nothing is sacred. However being half Japanese and growing up through my teen years in Japan - some of that stuff looked quite tasty.
Via: Engrish.com
New York - Wednesday, June 30, 2004 at 12:22:40 (EST)

Re: Japan Photos & Essays
I enjoy my 50cc cub. I always pray for the happiness of those drivers that seem to run me off the road. I am sorry to say that I kicked a few bumpers. One taxi driver opened his door for me. I thought that was cute as I sat on my bike.
Howard Ahner
Via: Popped in...
Nobeoka, Japan - Saturday, June 12, 2004 at 11:48:55 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
- Friday, June 11, 2004 at 07:53:23 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
I cant help but think that you are somewhat responsible for my gerble dying.
Christopher Vondenhuevel
Via: Dr. Death
NC - Thursday, June 10, 2004 at 11:34:09 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I lived in Japan for 8 years back in the 1960's.
I have a Japanese wife and love Japanese food...especially sea food. I was really turned on, rather than off, by squid & otcopus toppings, yummy.

Charles F. Sommers
Via: Got here from Yokota AB site
Nashville , Tennessee - Monday, June 07, 2004 at 20:42:00 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
never seen those kind of pizza in my country.
Via: looking for pizza information
indonesia - Wednesday, June 02, 2004 at 02:21:08 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I just surfed in and found your site, I really enjoyed the visit and hope to come back soon. nice Site!
http://www.buscainmobiliarias.com - Tuesday, June 01, 2004 at 05:42:54 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
I am on a secret mission to stop the outbreak of the Omega Strain Virus. I love Japanese pizza and this stuff is so tasty. Thank you for intruducing me to thisasssssssssssssssssssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa............................ do not worry;.... i was not assassinated my a hirachi henchman....
Agent 748774
Via: EGM magazine
current location: Japan on a secret mission - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 22:14:54 (EST)

Re: Other
I love what you have done for the viewers. This is an awesome website that more people should look at. I find it great that you had the time to bike ride throughout Japan... I can only imagine the amount of money you must have spent on those wretched toll roads. :)
Via: searching for the Ryusendo Caves
CT, but residing in Misawa JA - Tuesday, May 25, 2004 at 01:45:36 (EST)

Hi. This site is great. However I'm missing an 'about us' page. Or, at least I can't find it (I've got some language issues). Could you please help me? / Larry
- Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at 03:48:03 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Hello Michael,

I just finished reading your pages on Japan by Motorcycle. Very inspiring!

I have been cintemplating on getting a bike, and recently Honda Spada caught my interest. That was how I stumbled upon your site. I must say it is a nice find.

I have worked in Japan before, in Tokyo as well. However, I did not pull off a spectacular trip like you did. During a Golden Week I went off on a little backpacking trip to Kyuushuu. It was great, and reading about some of the places that you went to reminded me a lot about that trip. One of the more memorable nights was spent in Kumamoto Eki, sleeping on the floor with the unfortunate homeless. It touched me on many levels.. A great experience. Also, I miss tonkotsu ramen very much!

Thanks for the excellent travel journal. Very nicely constructed. I like the breakdown on the expenses at the end of the day.


Via: Searching on "Honda Spada" through Google
Australia - Monday, May 17, 2004 at 19:13:53 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Hello Michael .

I found your site 3 month ago will searching all over the net about Japan.
I read that night the entire site. And after that I read already twice.
I was so inspired by your pictures and diary.
I decided that Motorcycle trip is the best way for me to feel the Japan.
I am going to Japan this July.

I plan me trip vary careful, but than I realized there is little problem in my plan.
“ I don’t have motorcycle”

I wonted to ask you what is the best way to buy a monocycle in Japan (Tokyo or Kyoto) and is it legal for tourist to bay one?

Just, and just if you have time write me.

Thank you.

Via: googled it
Israel - Saturday, May 15, 2004 at 12:26:36 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i work at a pizza joint, so naturally i was kinda interested to see what japan had to offer. some of it looks pretty good!
i am BOYD
Via: in EGM magazine
vagreville,alberta,canada - Thursday, May 13, 2004 at 22:20:10 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
ok this pizza is different, but some of them sound pretty good, (I actually ate sushi so I am used to it.) Miracle whip on pizza sounds...odd...but I won't mind trying it if I go to Japan; actually I wanted to first try some japanese pizza anyway ^_^
Via: in electronic game monthy o_O
US somewhere - Thursday, May 13, 2004 at 17:07:11 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
some of tth pizza looked good. i dont like fish or fish products on my pizza thou
Via: med-joke page
clinton iowa - Wednesday, May 12, 2004 at 08:31:54 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I'm half Jap. Lived in Yokohama as a teen. Some of those pizzas look good to me! I love anchovies on my pizzas. Just don't put those horrible pineapples on my pizzas.
Via: from ourstrangeworld.com
California - Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at 23:22:18 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
This was interesting. Egg plants? Squid ink replacing tomato sauce? All my friends will find this just as intreging I think.
Phillip Hillstrand
Via: Saw japanese pizzas in EGM magazine so...
Alaska - Monday, May 10, 2004 at 10:54:18 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
some of the pizzas look good but mayonaise? Bleeh!
Via: EGM
USA - Saturday, May 08, 2004 at 10:18:45 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Hey cool site. I had to come and check it out. I lived in Okinawa for 6 years, and I agree with you: where is the corn!? The pizza I remember the most from japan was the tuna and corn pizza on the cracker-like crust. Actually wasn't too bad, tho not very pizza-like. Anyway, thanks for sharing the oddities of Japanese pizza cuisine with the rest of the world!
Via: electronic gaming magazine
Cali USA - Friday, May 07, 2004 at 18:38:56 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Pretty good site-and , you know, the pizzas are kinda weird, but I would eat l alot of the pizzas up sure ;-)
Phillip Romain
- Friday, May 07, 2004 at 08:13:56 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
You forgot the Garlic pizza. (Garlic and tomato sauce.) I was in the US Army Band in Japan and some guys would go to bars and order this, with extra garlic...and just to make sure the bars/resturants would not run out of garlic, they would bring their own.
Daniel Cooper
Via: Google
North Highlands, CA - Thursday, May 06, 2004 at 20:51:17 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Japanes people are weird but hey i guess whatever you like is find by me...when i go there in a few weeks im going to have to try some of this stuff....
Via: A friend showed it to me cuz im going to japan
California, USA!!!!! - Thursday, May 06, 2004 at 02:38:02 (EST)

Hi my spiritual name is Annettah aka Netty. I really like the site. I wish to learn more about your organization. I am an inspiring clairvoyant medium and empath. I am learning and stil am. I have a web page and I am listed on ebay under Angel Card Readings. Light and Love Netty (Tee)
- Tuesday, May 04, 2004 at 03:44:03 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
that "trumps" veg pizza actually sounded good. looks hard as heck to eat though.
Via: search engine
u.s.a. - Monday, May 03, 2004 at 02:03:03 (EST)

Re: Other
Kitakata is not far from Nobeoka. I hear there are wonderful cherry blossom trees near the train station.
April Come She Will...



Howard Ahner
Via: Suffered
Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan - Thursday, April 29, 2004 at 00:40:06 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
That is so cool, I would love to try some of those.
Ashley Amato
Via: Electronic Gaming monthly (in the must hit web sites)
Ohio, USA - Wednesday, April 28, 2004 at 08:35:32 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Just finished reading your notes on Japan and loved it! It was a nice touch having so many good photos as well. I've had a fascination with Asia in general and Japan in particular for a while now and love to read travel essays such as yours. I do have a question for you, a bit personal I guess, but I have to ask: Was the fiancee you mentioned Japanese?
Thanks again, and I plan on bookmarking your site and telling others about it! - John

John Sayers
Via: Was linked to a Japan Poster site I was surfing
Arlington, Va. - Monday, April 26, 2004 at 20:23:20 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
great experience and pretty fast trip....
can you contact me, i have some questions regarding bringing my own bike to Japan.

Via: search engin
Canada - Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 15:29:01 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
wow...thanks 4 the neat site...gotta try some of these when i finally get there! - aloha - s
steven serikaku
Via: web surfing
oahu - Thursday, April 22, 2004 at 17:35:25 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
I am one of the four original founders of the "Windsor-Detroit Mg club" and I really miss my MG's. Glad to see there are others in Ontario who know about our club. Hope to see you in Windsor sometime at a meeting at the Nesbitt Inn.
Jim Trofin
Via: Looking for info for accomedations inGodrich
Windsor, Ontario - Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 18:26:54 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
That pizza looks amazing! I had to find an interesting Japanese page for my Japanese class at Haverford College, and let me say, this page is interesting. Kudos, Japanese pizza making person. Kudos to you.

Jason Rusman

Jason Rusman
Via: Yahoo!
Haverfod, PA - Friday, April 16, 2004 at 08:06:44 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
The pizza flyer photos and descriptions are great! I'm going to send the link to my friends back in the U.S.

I've been in Japan 10 years, so long that the pizzas don't seem so weird to me anymore. I'd even order some of them (and I've certainly _eaten_ some of them at parties.)

Via: Link from the Engrish web site
originally form the U.S. (Wisconsin) - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 08:32:00 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Hi, remember me? I wrote in a while back to talk about Hungarian pizza. Well, I just thought I'd fill you in on a little incident that happened to me yesterday. I was interpreting for a group from an American company, whose hosts at lunchtime decided to "do the American thing" and order them pizza. I snickered to myself. Their eyes lit up when they saw the boxes: four of them, each looking just exactly like an American pizza box. Well, there were two with fried eggs, one with kidney beans and corn, and one with two varieties of pickled peppers, some kind of fish, and olives. They tried soooooooo hard to be polite.

Oh yes, and one more comment. Squid ink is a speciality of many restaurants in Venice, Italy (where I also spend a lot of time) and is quite tasty when prepared properly, but even the Italians aren't silly enough to put it on pizza. They do, however, often make their pizza with fresh green rockets, or fish and capers, or shrimps and squid rings, or artichoke hearts, or my personal favorite, water buffalo mozzarella. Each of those pizzas has its own special name and you are not allowed to mix and match toppings. They are usually very adamant about that, because it would affect their precalculated prices (and they so desperately want to preserve their nifty names for their very Italian combinations).

In both countries, pepperoni means hot green peppers, not spiced, sliced meat. Actually, Italians have salami, but nothing like American pepperoni.

Rachel Nemeslaki
Via: From Twisted Websites Page
Solymár Hungary - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 13:39:35 (EST)

Re: Other
I and my Canadian boyfriend are planning on getting married later this year. I was recommended the Fiance Visa for our purpose. Do you recommend hiring a lawyer in order to obtain the K-1 Visa or should I be able to handle it myself? I was also recommended a book "How to Apply for and obtain a K-1 Fiance Visa." - which can be located on the website www.usavisanow.com. I am just curious on how much time it takes to fill out all the paperwork associated in this process?
Via: Google
Arlington, Virginia - Tuesday, April 06, 2004 at 16:41:57 (EST)

Hello, just surfed in. I have to say that your website is great. I would like to introduce you to Metagrid Magazine - A small magazine in Kentucky (I work there). Please send me a e-mail if possible. Please let us know if we can be of any help. Take care.
Carol Jeffrey
Kentucky US - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 04:32:27 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
In Japan recently, I decided I had to try one of the abominations shown on your Japanese Pizza site.
Not being all that brave, I went one similar to the first one on the first page. (Eggplant et al)
Imagine my surprise when I found out it wasnt that bad at all! But I still wouldnt try that squid ink one!

Via: Link from "Iron Chef" Website
Sydney, Australia - Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 06:14:20 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Hi Michael,
You had gone through a pain of getting visa and residency for your japanese wife. Did you do all those processes yourself? or did you have lawyer/agency to help you? If not, why not getting agency/lawyer to help?
Also how long the K-1 visa last?

I am planning to marry my fiance who is from Australia this year. Can I apply permanent residency (green card) directly for her or should I start w/ the K-1 visa first?

Thanks for you help in advance.

Via: Google search on fiance visa
California - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 18:15:41 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I liked the Japanese Pizza page. It showed me that you can put anything on a pizza and someone will eat it.
Tessa Libby
Via: Just searching for different ideas for pizza toppings
USA - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 17:39:55 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Squid pizza is tasty.
Via: surfing
Florida - Tuesday, March 23, 2004 at 22:23:07 (EST)

Re: Other
Your trip is an inspiration.I have just completed my 400cc test in Hanna driving school in Osaka.6 months ago after reading your accounts detailing your epic journey I decided to get a licence and ride.Your journey will be my benchmark where ever I go in this great country
Nick(email address is my girlfriends)
Via: Just typed in Motorcycle tour Japan
Australia - Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 09:59:30 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Very nice site you have. Suki desho ne.. (=^_^=)
Tony Ford
Via: Google.com
USA - Thursday, March 04, 2004 at 01:30:17 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
The best Pizza west or the Mississippi River was to be had in Nagasaki, Japan ca 1976. It had to be the worlds smallest Pizzeria. Two tables, one pizza oven a cook and an order taker and waiter.
Fred Perez
Via: browseing
Friday Harbor, Washington (USA) - Wednesday, March 03, 2004 at 11:01:42 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Hungarians are probably at least as good as the Japanese at creating disgusting pizza combinations. And to make things worse, they usually top the whole thing with catsup. But the strangest thing is that here, too, the most common topping is sweet corn. I once heard a theory that claimed that the Hungarian and Japanese languages were related. Maybe there's actually something to that after all.

Nemeslaki Rachel
Via: surfing
Solymár Hungary - Friday, February 27, 2004 at 13:38:16 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
want to learn more
Debbie Claxton
Via: internet
florida - Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 08:00:53 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Great website!


- Thursday, February 19, 2004 at 13:47:39 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle
I am in the midst of reading about your adventure through Japan on motorcycle. I am thoroughly enjoying your adventures. Since I am disabled this has been a way for me to experience Japan that I never thought was possible. Your pictures and the stories that go along with those pictures have been enjoyable. Thanks again for sharing your life with individuals like me.
Judd Knight
Via: Yahoo search for Japan blogs
Texas - Thursday, February 19, 2004 at 00:47:32 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
I stumbled across this site while i was trying to buy my first motorbike the Spada vt250. I'm would like to congratulate you for the fact that you went out there and did this ambitious trip, must have taken some courage. I too one day would love to do a trip like yours, haha but for financial reasons i'd probably first find a cheaper country to tour. Your trip and experiences was a great read.
William Chau
Via: was looking for a spada to buy
Australia - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 01:54:41 (EST)

Re: Other
Japan maps

Political divisions:
Large rail map:

- Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 11:26:28 (EST)
Re: Other
Japan maps

Political divisions
Large rail map

- Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 11:21:48 (EST)
Are you sure?
Japan Info Network
- Monday, February 09, 2004 at 19:30:17 (EST)
Re: Other
Hi Everybody,
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Mohan Shrestha
Via: search
Nepal - Sunday, February 08, 2004 at 08:44:34 (EST)

Re: Other
It's Alberto from Italy again, I beg you pardon...:
1) of course that 'thogh', in 2nd line of my 1st "guest" message to you should have be written 'though';
2) have you ever thought about giving written stresses to Japanese wording? NOBODY is doing it. It's not so important as in Chinese and other 'tonal' languages, but it's important. I rarely meet foreigners who speak with the right Japanese stresses...

Alberto L. BERETTA
Via: upon searching for 'kana' with Copernic
Italy, Itŕrii, Italia... - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 10:10:50 (EST)

Re: Other
I'm about to download your 'Kana sensči', baby ;o)...
This even thogh I can read & write kana more than decently, besides knowing kanji.
However exercising is never enough!
Why don't you keep on - if you're still interested in, studying, working it - working on Japanese software?
I could translate the parts to be translated into good Italian...
Do you study/did you study other eastern languages?


Via: upon searching for 'kana' with Copernic
Italy, Itŕrii, Italia... - Thursday, February 05, 2004 at 10:01:18 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
The BBQ Chicken pizza is pretty common around the burbs of Illinois. And not bad.
Richard Polomsky
Via: engrish.com
USA - Sunday, February 01, 2004 at 01:19:45 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
At first the pizzas looked weird, but after thinking about each pizza, they did sound good. Now, I kind of wish their were these kind of pizzas in Houston, Texas,USA.
Juan Puente Jr.
Via: I did a search on Kyoto, Japan and this was a given link.
Houston - Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 01:48:55 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I lived in Japan for 3 f#cking years and whenever I tell people about the ridiculous pizza they never believe me. Thanks to your site I now have photographic evidence! What a great site, I laughed and cried.
Pete Petruzzi
Via: Linked from Engrish.com
Las Vegas Nevada - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 06:11:02 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Amazing, bizarre pizzas! Actually, I'd be willing to try a lot of those. I don't dig seafood, but the rest of them would be worth a try. I can't believe how expensive they are though! I checked a currency converter, and 2700 yen for a 10 inch pizza is $25 U.S.! Woah!
Via: via LiveJournal community country in an envelope
South Florida - Tuesday, January 13, 2004 at 16:56:12 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
....................guymen have been
Via: surch
noyfb - Friday, January 09, 2004 at 02:38:08 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Squid ink? Are you kidding me?
Via: Something Awful linked it on a pizza discussion
NJ - Wednesday, January 07, 2004 at 06:39:54 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Awesome website! If you pick all the corn off, the super veggie doesn't look so bad.

Why is pizza so expensive in Japan? Also, do they use a traditional pizza dough or something more Japanese?

Via: link from www.somethingawful.com
Massachusetts, USA - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 11:56:44 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
SA is right, Japan is the root of all things evil in this world.
Lucifer Helidon
Via: somethingawful.com
Australia - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 09:32:01 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Don't be surprised if your webserver gets extremely, extremely unhappy with you, very soon. You're on somethingawful.com. Good luck ;)

Jason G.L. Chu
Via: somethingawful... as I'm sure many of those following me have.
USA - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 05:20:29 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I like how the page was created on J.1st, and updated last.... on the 1st...
Still, a fine page :)

Jason G.L. Chu
Via: somethingawful... as I'm sure many of those following me have.
USA - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 05:19:24 (EST)

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