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Jacquie, 1st festival?..

Posted by papaken 
Jacquie, 1st festival?..
June 10, 2004 05:32PM

Or 1st attempt at coercive mobilisation? Both?


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But I say... Some Never Even Plant yet want to Reap,
If you run, be careful, try to look before you leap;
Took a little walk from my Vineyard...
Now I'm on my own
Now I'm left alone..
Re: Jacquie, 1st festival?..
June 10, 2004 07:37PM
Re: Jacquie, 1st festival?..
June 10, 2004 08:01PM
Hmm, sound good...I could bring some name tags if you want.
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