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Re: King Arthur!!

In Reply to: Re: King Arthur!! posted by BlackBird on December 22, 2004 at 17:05:21:

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Posted by:
"Hugh McElvey"

on December 22, 2004 at 18:03:42

: SO happy to hear you will be Commanding!! I would be happy to R/O for you and your Knights again :)

: Happy Holidays To All!!

: BlackBird
: Black Berets

Hey Bird, you gotta job. Merry Christmas to you and Brandon. Stand by; this is going to be a blast! Mother and Pacman put on a great game, we already know the field is great, I understand that Duncan is bringing down a bunch of players from "up North," we should have a heck of a game. Come on folks get in line; this should be one heck of a weekend! Hugh

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