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HAPPY BIRTHDAY AIRJER (9-11)

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Your How old? Darn. Well time flies when your having fun! Hope you have a great day.

The "younger Brother" JohnWP

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Man, you beet me to it grin

I watch the FM calender for major days like this grin!

Happy B-day dude!

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Its a younger brothers duty ho harass the "OLDER" sibling and remind him he's not as young as he use to be.

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There's still an hour to go! Lets not rush things gentleman!! grin

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Hey, the cake just popped up 30 seconds ago. You are fair game now grin

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Happy Birthday Airjer.Thank for all the great info and I hope this day is one of your best ever.

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Happy B-Day (a day late) Birthday on 9-11, has to be a somber yet bittersweet day for ya.

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I had a reporter from the press call about a year after it happened. He was doing a story about just that! I told him that people had birthdays on the same day pearl harbor was bombed, the many battles of the civil war, they day we started fitting in Vietnam, the day that JFK was shot, the day we went to the moon, and the day we declared out independence!

The story never made it to print! I feel somewhat responsible for that since I might have taken the wind out of his sales.

Truth is it was pretty hard to be excited about the new tool belt and mahogany/brass level that your newly wed wife got you for your birthday as you watched the morning unravel on the television.

No matter what happens on that day its still my personal special day! Even though they get a little less important as the years start adding up! : smile

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