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Guest22719 (IP: 69.73.44.145)
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3/15/05, 8:34pm
Hey Rob,

I have a new computer but cant seem to log in to RRBBS. It keeps me listed as a guest.

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Robert Jones  
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3/15/05, 9:24pm
Don't know what happened but it is working now.

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Rob Reed  
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3/15/05, 10:07pm
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It *MIGHT* be that you had "cookies" set to off... do you have a new email address now? I wanted to email you about your "livin arrangements" on that first night.

You're coming in on the night of the 26th (which is Saturday) or Friday night the 25th, I forget? The offer is still good... as well as for Carol. Lemme know.

Might be a packed house now that I think about it because my Dad will be over for the night for the baseball draft, as well. Just as well because I know he would love to meet you in person as well.

My money league fantasy draft is the morning of the 26th, and it'll probably go for awhile, so I'm out of doing anything during the day of the 26th.

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Robert Jones  
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3/17/05, 4:59pm
Yeah, my email is the knology address the same one. Email me you phone number and I'll call you. I can make other staying i.e. a hotel room, arrangements if need be or as Carol mentioned to me, neither of us would take issue about throwing a tent in a backyard. We will both have camping gear there.

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Rob Reed  
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3/18/05, 9:47am
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Our backyard is pretty small, but for super adventures, we have a sloped hillside behind our fence that -- according to the city -- we "own" but according to the CC&Rs, we can't utlize.

You could set up a tent... wait for some possum, some skunks, maybe a coyote or two.

Really, the battle will be between you and Carol over who gets the bed or the couch or (maybe) the IKEA fold-out sofa in my "man cave." I recommend mud wrestling. Hopefully, we'll have a good rain on the 26th.

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3/19/05, 6:02am
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>Our backyard is pretty small, but for super adventures, we
>have a sloped hillside behind our fence that -- according to
>the city -- we "own" but according to the CC&Rs, we can't
>utlize.
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>You could set up a tent... wait for some possum, some skunks,
>maybe a coyote or two.
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>Really, the battle will be between you and Carol over who gets
>the bed or the couch or (maybe) the IKEA fold-out sofa in my
>"man cave." I recommend mud wrestling. Hopefully, we'll have
>a good rain on the 26th.

OK, explain "man cave".

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3/19/05, 12:01pm
>OK, explain "man cave".

I'm guessing it's either a den or a home office...

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3/20/05, 10:32am
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>OK, explain "man cave".

LOL. Well, I'll put it this way. If given the choice, our living room would have large, autographed photos of the likes of Willie Mays, Don Drysdale, Nolan Ryan, Pete Rose, Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle, Walter Payton, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Pete Rose adorning the walls.

There woudl be other assorted sports memorabilia located all over the place.

My music recording equipment would be in the hallway near the bathroom because it is on the toilet that I often times get my best ideas.

Clearly, a cave man needs his cave. Marie lets me have mine. Otherwise, the entire house would look like my office.

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3/21/05, 5:58am
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>>OK, explain "man cave".
>
>LOL. Well, I'll put it this way. If given the choice, our
>living room would have large, autographed photos of the likes
>of Willie Mays, Don Drysdale, Nolan Ryan, Pete Rose, Hank
>Aaron, Mickey Mantle, Walter Payton, Ken Griffey, Jr., and
>Pete Rose adorning the walls.
>
>There woudl be other assorted sports memorabilia located all
>over the place.
>
>My music recording equipment would be in the hallway near the
>bathroom because it is on the toilet that I often times get my
>best ideas.
>
>Clearly, a cave man needs his cave. Marie lets me have mine.
>Otherwise, the entire house would look like my office.

There's a show on called Garage Takeover and often they make such a "man-cave" with sports stuff on the walls and large leather sofas and flat screen TV.

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