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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

I'm Lonely; It Feels Just Like This:

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  1. You are sorely missed - I think I'm starting to put on some weight because I'm having to take over your share of eating around here. Not that I'm complaining, or anything, but anytime your name is mentioned, everyone in the near vicinity kind of goes "Awww..." in this weepy Joben's-gone-forever sort of voice. Goodnight.

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  2. Oh wow. Maybe I'm glad I'm not there. Of course, then probably no one would miss me. Yep, the Great Hall has been sorely tested this last week. I hear you've been commandeering the dishes. Way to go! Have you been learning how to cook new things? Go chinese!!

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  3. Maybe I should go live with your family, Joben. Apparently that's where the party's at.

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  4. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well.

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  5. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well.

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  6. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well.

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  7. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well.

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  8. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well... Joben, I think the computer misses you: it is going ssoooo slow.

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  9. Actually, it tends to be completely silent most of the day since Heather's usually at work. I can currently hear nothing except myself typing, the computer working, and the AC. Oh well... Joben, I think the computer misses you: it is going ssoooo slow.

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  10. Good grief!!!!!! I had no idea it did that! I kept trying and trying to publish it, but it kept on saying that I hadn't put in my username and password when I had, or that the document contained no data. Oh my goodness! That is frieky! Sorry, guys!
    Oh, Joben, last night we were mourning over the blue back-rest that sat, unoccupied, on the floor. Mom thinks we should buy a spray of flowers to put on it. Yep, you're missed!

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  11. Every time I look at what I did there I feel so embarrassed. Aarrgghh!

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  12. Don't worry about it--it wasn't you, it was your computer. Make Heather fix it. ~.^

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  13. Oh, man, I thought someone had started a genuine discussion. Oh well. No sweat, Claire, I would delete them if I wanted to.
    Actually, Caroline, with all the wailing and flowers and such it reminds me more of a funeral than a party.

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  14. Geez Heather, you better watch those pounds babe. That's where my freshman fifteen is going...back to you!! I knew i was feeling a bit drained of late. lol.
    I jk. Before you spaz or anything. "Coming from the *ips of an angel, hearing those words, it makes me weak.."

    Unfortunately, I do not miss you Joben, considering that we just did our laundry together and you brought me a banana. (thanks for that by the way). I still don't know about this laundry situation...kinda strange if you ask me. But hey, I guess that's college....maybe.

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  15. For the record: I did not wash Annie's laundry!

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