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At 4:01pm on January 31, 2011, Navitta Nelson said…
Thanks!
At 1:22am on January 29, 2011, mireille vien said…
Thank you, pleased to meet you - this site looks really promising and interesting, I'm glad that I found it.
At 10:58pm on January 24, 2011, Jennifer Moody said…
Doing well, thank you!  Thanks for the welcome!
At 9:01am on January 21, 2011, Lynn Murry said…
Hi! :) Thank you very much! I'm glad to be here. I hope you're well today too.
At 12:20pm on January 20, 2011, Janet E. McCourt said…
Thanks Brent and yes, I am doing well and hope you are as well.
At 12:39am on January 19, 2011, Laura E. Hernandez said…
Hello, thanks for the welcome!
At 3:34pm on January 16, 2011, James Robinson said…
The pleasure is mine Brent. It's a-ok up here for a typical winter day, but considering you are in St Louis, you are familiar with the cold and snow. Hope you are having a decent weekend.
At 7:43pm on January 15, 2011, Daniel Wachenheim said…
Hope your doctors visit is just a call to change and not something ominous... good luck to you man!
At 3:07pm on January 11, 2011, Southern Orbit said…
Thanks!  It's nice to know others understand.
At 10:24am on January 6, 2011, Natasha Rene'e said…
Thanks very much. Still learning my way about. :)
At 11:58pm on December 30, 2010, Shannon Pearce said…
Thanks Brent! And Happy New Year to you too! :)
At 7:58pm on December 30, 2010, Daniel Wachenheim said…
"wondering what the New Year will bring... " Me too. 2010 was a very mixed bag - Dec was pretty good, but from Jan to Nov it mostly sucked. I hope you have a great New Year!
At 9:50am on December 28, 2010, Jessica Brandenburg said…
Thanks Brent! Sorry to hear about the mouse!
At 8:34am on December 19, 2010, Adre said…

Thanks, happy to be here!

At 1:21pm on November 23, 2010, Daniel Wachenheim said…
Same temperatures here in Portland OR area. Been to STL many times. Love the botanical gardens and art museum.

For what it's worth (not much but I like to tell people), turkeys were domesticated by the Aztecs and transported to Spain by the conquistadores, where they were exported around N. Africal and Europe including Turkey; Turkish farmers raised them then Turkish merchants transported them to England where the English named them for the Turks, then to New England where the Puritains preferred them to the local cousins of the turkey, which they named "wild turkeys" and which, like the native people, were later wiped out by the christian colonists. Happy thanksgiving!
At 10:37am on November 15, 2010, Libra said…
Thanks, Brent! Looking forward to meeting new people and participating in some lively discussions :)
At 12:19pm on November 1, 2010, Wendy Leigh Wilson said…
Thanks for the welcome! I am so happy to have found this site! :)
At 8:14pm on October 14, 2010, Stacy Stevens said…
Thanks for the welcome!
At 12:28am on October 12, 2010, HotMess said…
Welcome to "Are You Experienced?" We look forward to getting to know you!
At 3:37pm on October 4, 2010, Christy said…
Hey Brent! Thanks for befriending me! As an ex-Kansas Citian, how's life treating you in Misery? :-)

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