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    Kudu's to the contributors of the FAOL weekly articles this week. A number
    of first person articles by some of my favorite Faolers and not a klunker in
    the bunch.*G* Thanks and attaboys to all.*G* You guys are saving me
    money at the news stand.*G* Warm regards, Jim

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    Thanks Jim, I am certainly not a professional writer & was pretty worried about the one I wrote!
    Mike
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    Fear not Mikey. Your article was excellent as were the others. I'm pretty
    impressed with the talent exhibited by Faolers. *G* It's great getting first
    person articles from folks you know from the boards or chat and being able
    to query them if ya have any questions or should you want to acuse them of
    taking "artistic license".*G* Thanks to all. Warm regards, Jim

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    Jim,

    Thank you for the kind words. I just hate to admit publicly that VEE outfishes me on every trip.

    REE
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    Hey Ron,

    Fear not my friend. I find that bragging on my wife in public invariably
    results in brownie points to the good.*G* Nice article! Warm regards,
    Jim

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    I thought it a good issue, too. BTW, Jim, I'd like a report on how your redear tacos taste. JGW

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    My wife states that my wrirting is like my flies. Sorta ugly, but it mananges to get some results once in a while.
    Thanks for the nice words.

    Rick

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    Jim's right on! A great bunch always. But Doug, you didn't say anything about Trains, or Trucks, Momma, Prison or gettin drunk. All key elements of the perfect story from an Oregonian. Maybe next time......just kidd'n, excellent work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonezee
    Jim's right on! A great bunch always. But Doug, you didn't say anything about Trains, or Trucks, Momma, Prison or gettin drunk. All key elements of the perfect story from an Oregonian. Maybe next time......just kidd'n, excellent work!
    Jonezee,
    There's the HEAD WRITER, THE Second Writer, Assistant Writer, Guest Writer and just plain Writer.
    I am none of the above. I have no training in Writing. Some of my stuff is just what someone else said.
    When I do free write, I TRY to sound intelligent and that's not easy!
    Ron's Article is very good! Anything is possible, but I don't think of myself as a contributor of Articles. I am very curious and I enjoy Topics like the Nolan Ryan Fly Post because it makes people think. My goal is to be NOSY and get people to offer opinions and suggestions.
    Watching TV all day is a waste! I would rather use my imagination!
    Trains, Trucks, Momma, Prison or getting Drunk?
    I only know about Momma and she is the BEST!
    Doug
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    you didn't say anything about Trains, or Trucks, Momma, Prison or gettin drunk. All key elements of the perfect story from an Oregonian.
    Your talking about my highschool class,

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