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Post by laughingcrow »

Born on the fourth of July
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Post by SweetPear »

Same as you, Pophead.......June 4th

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Feb 2, " two score and 7seven years" ago (yeah, yeah, Groundhog's Day.....share my birthday with, ummmmm.....Tommy Smothers....LOL).
Tix to EC 3/10 in Knoxville was my b-day present 8)
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Post by spooky girlfriend »

Anybody else? Come on, I know there are some who haven't posted!!

Bobster?
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Post by stormwarning »

January 10th, same as Rolf Harris and Rod Stewart.
43 next....
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9/17/57 (born one day before El Vez, 22 years earlier, ouch)
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Post by mimimartini »

laughingcrow wrote:Born on the fourth of July
No way! I'm the 5th of July........ 8)
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Post by mood swung »

and if you don't post your birthday, you will be assigned one by the Committee for Perplexing Recognition and Silly Workday Diversions.

this means you, OS. :P
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Post by MegJS »

July 29th

it's also my sister's birthday though she is 5 years younger than me!
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Post by bobster »

Believe it or not, I just noticed this thread. And, btw, it's April 15. :shock:
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Seems hard to believe :twisted:

Happy Birthday bobster!!! :D
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Post by Monkey Girl »

August 14...just 11 days before Elvis... (and 8 years after):)

Happy Day After Your Birthday, Bobster! :wink:
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Post by Otis Westinghouse »

Never noticed this thread before. July 13, same as Harrison Ford (but my wife is the same as EC!).
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Post by Miss Macbeth »

Hey, got one comin up.....September 30th......gonna be the bid 25....LOL
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When did THIS start? Well, for what it's worth, February 9, 1962.
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Miss Macbeth wrote:Hey, got one comin up.....September 30th......gonna be the bid 25....LOL
Are you having an auction?
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Post by Miss Macbeth »

Haha, thanks for editing Otis...the BIG 25. I'm sure no one knew what I meant, lol.
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Post by littletriggers »

Typical absence of Brits not prepared to give it up , that's because we are all so bloody old , and barely own our own teeth . 29 . 12 . 1961
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November 27, 1989.....am I the youngest person here?
Why don't you write about it in your blag?
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Post by spooky girlfriend »

Yipes! You're my daughter's age! She is 5/4/89.

So, I AM old enough to be your mother. You behave yourself around here young man. :lol:

Seriously, all ages welcome. Even if you are the youngest, don't worry about it. We've had people younger, I just don't know where they are now. You guys remember Tokyo Vogue? I think that was her name. She was cool. And 16 at the time, I believe.
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Young lady, thank you. Don't worry, not the first time I've been mistaken (online, not in person) for a member of the male species.
Why don't you write about it in your blag?
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Oh my! Where the hell did I get that you were a guy?

My utmost apologies. Young lady. :)
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Post by oliversa1 »

3 February 1962
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StrictTime wrote:Young lady, thank you. Don't worry, not the first time I've been mistaken (online, not in person) for a member of the male species.
spooky girlfriend wrote:Oh my! Where the hell did I get that you were a guy?

My utmost apologies. Young lady. :)
Spooky - it was probably the same place where you thought I was a woman soon after I had joined the board. :lol:

Funnily enough one of the board members PM'd me out of the blue to look at some work she had written and to comment upon and she also thought I was a female. It must be something in the way I write or that I have female traits...

...good ones I hope.
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