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Saturday, June 17, 2006

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Hot Momma

Oh, and just how true these stories are! Being on the "inside" of some of the stories or being on the side but looking in, I attest the stories are real. We share (us girls) and intimately so, our details most times. So if we weren't there to corraborate a story, we were there to witness the after affects. All true.

judy bucklen

As Jack Nicholson so classicly stated:
"I've always told you some version of the truth".

WD

HH, you have said what really needed to be said.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU ALL
... rich descriptions are imcomprable to how enriching it is to have everysingle one of you be part of my life...

HH

Perhaps it was an attempt at paying a compliment, but if so, the compliment is paid to us all - for having the kinds of lives that lend themselves to rich description.

Kim

Didn't occur to me that your stories could be anything other than true. There are some mighty suspicious folk out there.

It always surprises me how much I love THAT movie (and book.. well books really). Just seeing the quote "It might be true" is enough to push me into reverie. I was recently about to leave my apartment and flicked the teev onto movie channel to tape something whilst I was out. Even before I could pull my eyes away from the remote, the words "why are you people so threatened by a woman" had my handbag flung on the floor and me perched on my coffee table, unable to tear myself away, for the next two and a half hours.

LIZ JR

HOW DARE "THAT PERSON" QUESTION THE VERACITY OF OUR STORIES!?
IT COULDN'T BE ANY BETTER IF IT WASN'T TRUE!!!

PFFFF!

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