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Old 11-28-2017, 06:53 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Bah ha ha! Roger who?

Welcome, Jim, from Augusta!
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Thanks all for the welcome.

Mark, I like the Nova lathe, it works well.

We live outside Bangor but lived 2 miles from New Brunswick previously in Aroostook County.

Michael, I work up the road from you in that town that starts with a U and has a college.

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Thanks all for the welcome.

Mark, I like the Nova lathe, it works well.

We live outside Bangor but lived 2 miles from New Brunswick previously in Aroostook County.

Michael, I work up the road from you in that town that starts with a U and has a college.

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Ah, yes, almost next door. :-)
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Welcome! Whereabouts are you? There are a few of us here, including the now famous Roger Madore. ;-)
Bah ha ha! Roger who?

Welcome, Jim, from Augusta!
Did a craft fair a couple of weeks ago. Lady comes up to my table and asks "if I'm the guy that made the Governor's pen"? When I said no, she reassured me that she was sure that mine were probably "just as nice as that guy's".
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Welcome! Whereabouts are you? There are a few of us here, including the now famous Roger Madore. ;-)
Bah ha ha! Roger who?

Welcome, Jim, from Augusta!
Did a craft fair a couple of weeks ago. Lady comes up to my table and asks "if I'm the guy that made the Governor's pen"? When I said no, she reassured me that she was sure that mine were probably "just as nice as that guy's".
Ouch! Sorry, Michael! That's gotta sting!
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