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Old 30-10-2003, 07:19 PM
A1 WBarfieldsr
 
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SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10 minutes).
Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to 1
1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr


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Old 30-10-2003, 08:30 PM
Dimitri
 
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A1 WBarfieldsr" The plagiarist

Take a look http://www.molsol.com/Cooking/southwest.html

Hey Putz ! You forgot the green onion pancakes........

Dimitri

"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
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SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10 minutes).
Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to 1
1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr



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Old 30-10-2003, 08:35 PM
Dimitri
 
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One entry found for plagiarize.


Main Entry: pla·gia·rize
Pronunciation: 'plA-j&-"rIz also -jE-&-
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -rized; -riz·ing
Etymology: plagiary
Date: 1716
transitive senses : to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as
one's own : use (another's production) without crediting the source
intransitive senses : to commit literary theft : present as new and original
an idea or product derived from an existing source
- pla·gia·riz·er noun

Take a look

http://www.molsol.com/Cooking/southwest.html


Dimitri
"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
...

SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10 minutes).
Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to 1
1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr



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Old 31-10-2003, 01:17 AM
Wayne Lundberg
 
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William, William.... William.... Why in the world would I want to make this?
Where is the mystery, where is the convivencia, where is the human
interactivity that would make me even think of making it?

Have you not learned that Mexican food is a cultural thing? How many times
must we tell you that for you to sell your recipes in this forum you must
also give us a mood, a reason, a color....

Bye


"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
...

SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10 minutes).
Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to 1
1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr



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Old 31-10-2003, 02:52 AM
A1 WBarfieldsr
 
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"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
...
William, William.... William.... Why in the world would I want to make

this?
Where is the mystery, where is the convivencia, where is the human
interactivity that would make me even think of making it?


Wayne, Wayne....Wayne.... I have no idea why YOU would want to make this,

but someone without the knowledge, just might. The person making tamales or
enchiladas or some other dish needing shredded pork, and didn't have the
knowledge, might like it. A recipe is, simply stated, a how-to-manual for
someone who doesn't have that knowledge. One's own imagination is what's
required to utilize that knowledge. If I were putting a new roof on my
house, I would need a how-to-manual on roofing , because I have no idea
how that is done. If I were installing a radar unit on an airbus, I would
need an installation manual. If I wanted to cook shredded pork for tamales,
I might need a how-to-manual to complete the project. I might also need a
how-to-manual to prepare the dough and how to execute the installation of
said shredded pork. Now that person may not need the how-to-manual on
making tamale dough, but might need a how-to-manual on the installation of
said dough onto the corn husks. On the other hand they might not even be
preparing the tamale project, but rather some other project altogether. So,
rather than give a how-to-manual on all things utilizing the said shredded
pork how-to-manual, I allowed the person to use their own imagination as to
what, how, where, and when to utilize this how-to-manual on shredded pork.

Have you not learned that Mexican food is a cultural thing? How many

times
must we tell you that for you to sell your recipes in this forum you must
also give us a mood, a reason, a color....

I am not selling anything, but rather giving these how-to-manuals away
freely. If the person reading the how-to-manual can use the information,
then great, if they have no use for it, that's great also. I post for those
that need a how-to-manual to complete a project that was thought of
utilizing their own imagination, not mine.
--
William Barfieldsr

Bye



"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
...

SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10

minutes).
Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to

1
1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr






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Old 31-10-2003, 03:44 AM
The Ranger
 
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A1 WBarfieldsr blathered meaninglessly in message
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[snip drivel and dreck]

A1, you are such a ****wit.

The Ranger


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Old 31-10-2003, 03:48 AM
Jim Lane
 
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A1 WBarfieldsr wrote:

"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
...

William, William.... William.... Why in the world would I want to make


this?

Where is the mystery, where is the convivencia, where is the human
interactivity that would make me even think of making it?



Wayne, Wayne....Wayne.... I have no idea why YOU would want to make this,


but someone without the knowledge, just might. The person making tamales or
enchiladas or some other dish needing shredded pork, and didn't have the
knowledge, might like it. A recipe is, simply stated, a how-to-manual for
someone who doesn't have that knowledge. One's own imagination is what's
required to utilize that knowledge. If I were putting a new roof on my
house, I would need a how-to-manual on roofing , because I have no idea
how that is done. If I were installing a radar unit on an airbus, I would
need an installation manual. If I wanted to cook shredded pork for tamales,
I might need a how-to-manual to complete the project. I might also need a
how-to-manual to prepare the dough and how to execute the installation of
said shredded pork. Now that person may not need the how-to-manual on
making tamale dough, but might need a how-to-manual on the installation of
said dough onto the corn husks. On the other hand they might not even be
preparing the tamale project, but rather some other project altogether. So,
rather than give a how-to-manual on all things utilizing the said shredded
pork how-to-manual, I allowed the person to use their own imagination as to
what, how, where, and when to utilize this how-to-manual on shredded pork.


Have you not learned that Mexican food is a cultural thing? How many


times

must we tell you that for you to sell your recipes in this forum you must
also give us a mood, a reason, a color....


I am not selling anything, but rather giving these how-to-manuals away
freely. If the person reading the how-to-manual can use the information,
then great, if they have no use for it, that's great also. I post for those
that need a how-to-manual to complete a project that was thought of
utilizing their own imagination, not mine.
--
William Barfieldsr


Bye



"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
.. .

SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10


minutes).

Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced to


1

1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr





Perhaps we should inform these sites and pages that you are ripping off
their material without giving due credit, without any regard to fair use.

Some have been sued for plagerism from web resources, perhaps some jail
time would wise you yup.


jim

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Old 31-10-2003, 04:13 AM
A1 WBarfieldsr
 
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You people are such shlemiels. LMAO!! It is just too easy !!!

--
William Barfieldsr
"Jim Lane" wrote in message
...
A1 WBarfieldsr wrote:

"Wayne Lundberg" wrote in message
...

William, William.... William.... Why in the world would I want to make


this?

Where is the mystery, where is the convivencia, where is the human
interactivity that would make me even think of making it?



Wayne, Wayne....Wayne.... I have no idea why YOU would want to make

this,

but someone without the knowledge, just might. The person making

tamales or
enchiladas or some other dish needing shredded pork, and didn't have

the
knowledge, might like it. A recipe is, simply stated, a how-to-manual

for
someone who doesn't have that knowledge. One's own imagination is

what's
required to utilize that knowledge. If I were putting a new roof on my
house, I would need a how-to-manual on roofing , because I have no

idea
how that is done. If I were installing a radar unit on an airbus, I

would
need an installation manual. If I wanted to cook shredded pork for

tamales,
I might need a how-to-manual to complete the project. I might also need

a
how-to-manual to prepare the dough and how to execute the installation

of
said shredded pork. Now that person may not need the how-to-manual on
making tamale dough, but might need a how-to-manual on the installation

of
said dough onto the corn husks. On the other hand they might not even

be
preparing the tamale project, but rather some other project altogether.

So,
rather than give a how-to-manual on all things utilizing the said

shredded
pork how-to-manual, I allowed the person to use their own imagination

as to
what, how, where, and when to utilize this how-to-manual on shredded

pork.


Have you not learned that Mexican food is a cultural thing? How many


times

must we tell you that for you to sell your recipes in this forum you

must
also give us a mood, a reason, a color....


I am not selling anything, but rather giving these how-to-manuals away
freely. If the person reading the how-to-manual can use the

information,
then great, if they have no use for it, that's great also. I post for

those
that need a how-to-manual to complete a project that was thought of
utilizing their own imagination, not mine.
--
William Barfieldsr


Bye



"A1 WBarfieldsr" wrote in message
.. .

SHREDDED PORK

1/4 cup lard
1 large onion, chopped
1 Tbls. Red pepper flakes
2 lbs boneless pork, cut into cubes
1 Tbls. chili powder
2 tsp. ground cumin
1/2 tsp. ground coriander
1/2 tsp. Mexican oregano
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/8 tsp. ground allspice
2 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
3 Tbls. tomato paste
1-28 oz can whole tomatoes
1-14.5 oz can beef broth
1-14.5 oz can chicken broth


Heat the lard in a large pot over low heat.
Add the onion and cook until translucent.
Add the pepper flakes and pork, raise heat and brown (about 10


minutes).

Mix in the seasonings and cook 3-5 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients and bring the mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and cook for one hour.
Uncover and simmer for an additional hour (or until the meat shreds
easily).

Remove the pork from the liquid, using a slotted spoon.
Refrigerate meat until cool.
Place the liquid over high heat and keep at a low boil until reduced

to

1

1/2 cups - about 30 minutes.
When the pork is cool, shred it using fingers or two forks.
Mix it into the sauce and heat through.
Use as a filling for tacos or burritos.
This also works well as the main ingredient for taco salad.
Makes: 4 cups.

--
William Barfieldsr





Perhaps we should inform these sites and pages that you are ripping off
their material without giving due credit, without any regard to fair use.

Some have been sued for plagerism from web resources, perhaps some jail
time would wise you yup.


jim


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Old 31-10-2003, 03:24 PM
David Wright
 
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 04:13:09 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:

You people are such shlemiels. LMAO!! It is just too easy !!!


If you have such little respect for the people in this ng, why keep
posting?

BTW, on September 14 &15, you and I had a little friendly exchange
about your posting recipes from the web without your giving credit to
your sources. The subject was "Jalisco, Chili Relleno con Queso" and
the whole thread is available in Google Groups. You wrote:

If I know where I got it I will be glad to post that as well.


That didn't last long, did it? Was it that you weren't getting enough
attention by being honest?

I say that because you certainly took delight in alt.cooking-chat
about stirring up things in this ng with "your" biscuits recipe. This
from October 18:

I seem to
always be in the cross hairs of the people in the Mexican newsgroup. They
only want to talk about "Authentic" Mexican food. I gave them the "Old
Fashion Biscuits" recipe just to stir them up, and it sure did. I don't
give a @@@@ if it's "Authentic" anything. I just cook it and eat it, if it
tastes good, I just might cook it again.


Why don't you just tell us whether your main (or only) purpose in
posting here is to "stir them up"? Will you give us a straightforward
answer to that?

David
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Old 31-10-2003, 05:26 PM
The Ranger
 
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David Wright rhetorically wondered in
message Jackass' posting
habits:
[suh-NIP] Will you give us a straightforward answer
to that?


It's very doubtful. A1 wouldn't know straightforward or honest even when it
came up and bit him.

ObFood: Dredged pork cubes in a flour-and-ancho mix, fried in canola oil. It
wasn't bad but I didn't quite get the ratio of flour to anchos down. It made
for a Tum-Tum-Tum night all around.

The Ranger




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Old 01-11-2003, 12:35 AM
Jim Lane
 
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David Wright wrote:

On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 04:13:09 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:


You people are such shlemiels. LMAO!! It is just too easy !!!



If you have such little respect for the people in this ng, why keep
posting?

BTW, on September 14 &15, you and I had a little friendly exchange
about your posting recipes from the web without your giving credit to
your sources. The subject was "Jalisco, Chili Relleno con Queso" and
the whole thread is available in Google Groups. You wrote:


If I know where I got it I will be glad to post that as well.



That didn't last long, did it? Was it that you weren't getting enough
attention by being honest?

I say that because you certainly took delight in alt.cooking-chat
about stirring up things in this ng with "your" biscuits recipe. This
from October 18:


I seem to
always be in the cross hairs of the people in the Mexican newsgroup. They
only want to talk about "Authentic" Mexican food. I gave them the "Old
Fashion Biscuits" recipe just to stir them up, and it sure did. I don't
give a @@@@ if it's "Authentic" anything. I just cook it and eat it, if it
tastes good, I just might cook it again.



Why don't you just tell us whether your main (or only) purpose in
posting here is to "stir them up"? Will you give us a straightforward
answer to that?

David



A1 is just an unmitigated asshole. He doesn't even rank well as a troll.

Anyone else for putting him up for USENET Kook of the Month? Nah,
probably would denigrate the quality of that honorium.


jim




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A1 WBarfieldsr
 
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NO!!

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William Barfieldsr
"David Wright" wrote in message
...
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 04:13:09 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:

You people are such shlemiels. LMAO!! It is just too easy !!!


If you have such little respect for the people in this ng, why keep
posting?

BTW, on September 14 &15, you and I had a little friendly exchange
about your posting recipes from the web without your giving credit to
your sources. The subject was "Jalisco, Chili Relleno con Queso" and
the whole thread is available in Google Groups. You wrote:

If I know where I got it I will be glad to post that as well.


That didn't last long, did it? Was it that you weren't getting enough
attention by being honest?

I say that because you certainly took delight in alt.cooking-chat
about stirring up things in this ng with "your" biscuits recipe. This
from October 18:

I seem to
always be in the cross hairs of the people in the Mexican newsgroup.

They
only want to talk about "Authentic" Mexican food. I gave them the "Old
Fashion Biscuits" recipe just to stir them up, and it sure did. I don't
give a @@@@ if it's "Authentic" anything. I just cook it and eat it, if

it
tastes good, I just might cook it again.


Why don't you just tell us whether your main (or only) purpose in
posting here is to "stir them up"? Will you give us a straightforward
answer to that?

David


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David Wright
 
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On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 19:27:19 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:

NO!!


"NO!!" to which question?

David
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Jack Schidt®
 
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"David Wright" wrote in message
...
On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 19:27:19 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:

NO!!


"NO!!" to which question?


To the question "am I staying in your killfile?"

Jack


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Old 02-11-2003, 02:43 AM
A1 WBarfieldsr
 
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Please, please, please don't put me in da killfile masser. I'll be a good
Toby. LOL

--
William Barfieldsr
"Jack Schidt®" wrote in message
om...

"David Wright" wrote in message
...
On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 19:27:19 GMT, "A1 WBarfieldsr"
wrote:

NO!!


"NO!!" to which question?


To the question "am I staying in your killfile?"

Jack





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