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Postby Jackie Beckman » Tue Mar 09, 2004 3:56 am

Oh why...did someone order one for me? hint hint!


I have no idea. I just figured you were waiting to receive one like the others who didn't get theirs today.

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Re: I love it!!!!

Postby Doug Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:00 am

Jackie Beckman wrote:
Tony Smith wrote:
Doug Randall wrote:Hmmm, I wonder why Jackie :lol:



I think it's because you DO look alike! :-k
Cheryl noticed right off. I just wish instead of Hannibal's Picture next to Tony's that Paul had done a split screen with July and November! :lol:


There are more of us?????

More what, Tony? The whole blonde thing is coming back to haunt me - I need help with a 5 syllable question. :-s

Blonde....I dont remember you as being blonde.


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Postby Jackie Beckman » Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:06 am

Probably more of the "whatever"


:shock: You couldn't possibly have meant to type that, could you?

If it wasn't a typo I'm betting Tony may have a thing or two to say about it!! Hahaha!

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Postby Doug Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:10 am

Jackie Beckman wrote:
Probably more of the "whatever"


:shock: You couldn't possibly have meant to type that, could you?

If it wasn't a typo I'm betting Tony may have a thing or two to say about it!! Hahaha!


Hahahah Typo...I am absolutely sure he will have somthing to say!!

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Postby Tony Smith » Tue Mar 09, 2004 7:13 am

Doug Randall wrote:Hahahah Typo...I am absolutely sure he will have somthing to say!!

I've got tears running down my face from reading this thread this morning...

I'm all for the tri-view "squeeze"... could be interesting... or whatever.

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Postby Diane » Tue Mar 09, 2004 8:24 am

Who else can I adopt while I'm at it? Maybe the Double D's Those cutie pies! I'd be proud to call them my Daughters the Double D's!!

Dani, I'd be proud to be your daughter, as long as talent runs in the family.
I think you would have been a VERY young mother though :wink:

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Postby Tony Serviente » Tue Mar 09, 2004 9:21 am

No one told me I was supposed to be naked down for the shot! Next time I will have to run the cold cuts au naturale. It will give the phrase "strip cutter" a whole new meaning.

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Postby dee » Tue Mar 09, 2004 10:20 am

Tony Serviente wrote:No one told me I was supposed to be naked down for the shot! Next time I will have to run the cold cuts au naturale. It will give the phrase "strip cutter" a whole new meaning.


WHOHOOOO that could be interesting! nekkid glassies calendar ;))
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Postby ellen abbott » Tue Mar 09, 2004 10:46 am

I absolutely LOVE Ellen and Mark's American Gothic


American what??

Haven't got mine yet.

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Postby Doug Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2004 10:55 am

Tony Smith wrote:
Doug Randall wrote:Hahahah Typo...I am absolutely sure he will have somthing to say!!

I've got tears running down my face from reading this thread this morning...

I'm all for the tri-view "squeeze"... could be interesting... or whatever.

Tony


Thats halarious Tony......yeah, it could be interesting. I just can't wait to see the calender....someone is sending me one...right!
The "whatever" we'll talk about "off board" :wink:

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Postby Dani » Tue Mar 09, 2004 12:54 pm

dee wrote:
Tony Serviente wrote:No one told me I was supposed to be naked down for the shot! Next time I will have to run the cold cuts au naturale. It will give the phrase "strip cutter" a whole new meaning.


WHOHOOOO that could be interesting! nekkid glassies calendar ;))
D


Don't go there, honey.... you ain't seen the calendar yet. :twisted:

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Postby Lisa Allen » Tue Mar 09, 2004 12:57 pm

Just harassed my postman and still NO CALENDER........woe is me.

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Postby dee » Tue Mar 09, 2004 2:27 pm

Dani wrote:
dee wrote:
Tony Serviente wrote:No one told me I was supposed to be naked down for the shot! Next time I will have to run the cold cuts au naturale. It will give the phrase "strip cutter" a whole new meaning.


WHOHOOOO that could be interesting! nekkid glassies calendar ;))
D


Don't go there, honey.... you ain't seen the calendar yet. :twisted:


LOLOL no, i'm stuck waiting - chip when did you mail mine????? :? hey, remember there have been nekkid calendars done for funraising that ain't gonna put the chippendales outta business :lol:
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ooo-eeee

Postby Cheryl » Tue Mar 09, 2004 2:39 pm

I had ordered 2, planning to put one up in my office. Does anyone have (handy) a copy of sexual harassment workplace guidelines? Something about a hostile environment...

Y'all are lucky I didn't flash skin. Heck, my cat refused to go NEAR the picture, tame as it is!!! (Doesn't everyone coldwork in heels & pearls? I certainly vacuum in them.)

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Postby Claudia Whitten » Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:13 pm

Just go mine in Idaho, and I thought we were the middle of nowhere. It's nice (interesting) to put a face (and other things) to the names...........It was so much fun that I had to share right away with a few friends.....Thanks for all the work Chip..........Claudia

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Postby Nikki ONeill » Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:53 pm

Great calendar, guys! My husband came in and said What is THIS? Going over each pict and person is the most interest he's shown in warm glass to date. Pretty cool. Classy glassy lassies and lads in the buff. And such nice shots of the toys/tools of the trade...big kilns and belt sanders.

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Postby Chip » Tue Mar 09, 2004 5:07 pm

Hey folks! We are all experiencing the vagaries of media mail.

Each post office has up to 4 days to process the package. Some P.O.'s will process them as soon as they get them, others will wait a day or two, some will wait the entire 4 days. I know they left Manchester last Friday, so, if there is a delay it is because of the media mail or it is lost in the mail.
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Postby Cheryl » Tue Mar 09, 2004 5:32 pm

the picture of Chip on the back cover. Yay, Chip!!!

(So I'm showing my colleagues at work, and they say: DON'T tell us we're going to see a naked picture of YOU!!) hmm.

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Postby Jackie Beckman » Tue Mar 09, 2004 6:05 pm

I think Bert's is just fabulous! I e-mailed him and told him it was my favorite - bowls down. (er, um, oops - hands down, I mean, hands down!)

And Barbara in her kiln - another great shot.

Good job Chip, and I'm so glad you included one of yourself on the back.

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Postby dee » Tue Mar 09, 2004 6:43 pm

Chip wrote:Hey folks! We are all experiencing the vagaries of media mail.

Each post office has up to 4 days to process the package. Some P.O.'s will process them as soon as they get them, others will wait a day or two, some will wait the entire 4 days. I know they left Manchester last Friday, so, if there is a delay it is because of the media mail or it is lost in the mail.


bloody po here will take just as bloody long as they can - NOTHING moves quickly here in the south :( i STILL do not have mine! ;P and i wouldn't put it past them to loose it altogether [pout pout]
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