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Sun, Oct. 1st, 2000, 02:47 am

am back as of maybe half an hour ago...still digesting the experience. i think it tasted well and the texture was palettable. the drive was uneventful, although i had some nice winding episodes on the way back...unlike the way down when i could have used one at a certain moment...i liked my $300 : (

Sun, Oct. 1st, 2000 10:58 am (UTC)

let's talk. :)

Sun, Oct. 1st, 2000 12:52 pm (UTC)
holyloki: Re:

i'm not sure what to make of that comment. what you are talking about. hmmmm.......btw your picture is going to draw in all the freaky internet bois who will talk to you because of your picture now. just so you know...which im sure you do "GOTH grrrl"....hehe ; )

Mon, Oct. 2nd, 2000 12:09 am (UTC)

sorry about the ticket, among other things. =( good to know you got home ok. humm...if you got a ticket i'll get one for sure. =)

Mon, Oct. 2nd, 2000 02:47 am (UTC)
holyloki: Re:

hehe, just be careful going through douglas county whenever you come up here...i haven't seen much OrPo action in other places.
hopefully you will come visit in 2 weeks sans speeding ticket and i can take you to an open mic or two while i'm on break. : )
in order to avoid citations just remember to utilize winding---
Winding:pronounced winn-ding: In bicycle racing, following others to avoid using as much energy to push against the air in front of you as you would otherwise have to use. As used in the context of speeding cars, it is characterized by following cars which are also speeding, or having them follow you. This allows a series of warning systems and also safety barriers by having other cars for the police to stop in case the train doesn't spot a prowling police car. Depending on the number of cars in a winding train you can be almost completely sure of not getting a ticket for speeding. : D