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How many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a toosie pop?
Sorry hehe I had to come up with some kind of question to ask, I bet ya thought I forgot about ya hehe.
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One if you have a big tongue
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Good Point!
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So how did you make out at the trade show?
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It worked out pretty well, we passed out a bunch of the CDs to people who were interested. We still have a bunch left over which we might try to sell or maybe give away on the site. Not sure whats going to happen with that. But all in all it was really a good time.
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Glad it worked out well.
Thanks for the points.
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