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Congratulations Kretchmar !

Posted on 2002-05-31
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Havent been a long time arround but see you made it to top 3.Congr.!!!!
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hi, senad, thanks, how are you?

meikl ;-)
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Doing fine!T.
Got a daughter month ago...
No sleep,ha,ha,ha...
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:-))

congrates, for your daughter,
yep, i know, no sleep for months
(have this three times behind me)


meikl ;-)
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Mee too....It seems I am out of practice...hugh...
Well...con. 1ce more...keep up the good work.
Aloha!
Seeyalater...
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