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dude, thanks. what a kick ass surprise.

you rock.

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For those of you who have no idea what joe c's post is about:

Rosko gave joe c a gift. The gift was a stick, a simple wooden stick. Joe was deeply surprised and touched by this demonstration of Rosko's affection. Joe had been expecting only a twig from Rosko, or maybe a handful of pebbles. So you can imagine how much the stick meant to him. Joe was so moved, that he posted his thanks in this forum, so that all of us could share his happiness.







Edited by - steve barker on Nov 13 2007 7:27:51 PM
 

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actually, it was a full one milled piece of lumber. dried to 8%, squared on 4 sides.

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Rosko, what have I done to NOT deserve MY stick?

Where is MY STICK?

must be winter.
 

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actually, it was a full one milled piece of lumber. dried to 8%, squared on 4 sides.

jc
Whoa! The stick is squared on four sides? And kiln dried, too? Maybe you guys are rushing into things a little.



Edited by - steve barker on Nov 13 2007 8:45:47 PM
 

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Hi Rosko,
I wish I had a stick too. It would remind me of the trees I used to see. I miss trees.
Ken

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Did you know that the ancient Attahondagn tribe considered a four sided stick to be a wedding gift? I hope the two of you enjoy your betrothment and have many 4 sided children!
 

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I saw a Attahondagn couple at the bank the other day trying to make a deposit of a really nice stick, some twine, and a styrofoam cup. Must have been newlyweds
 
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