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    cars are expensive... and finding a used subaru w/o a million miles on it will never happen... good luck finding something that works... I'm jealous your paying cash...

    the gelato sounds so good.... though I think I'd just use cream for the whole thing.... but alas we dont' have an ice cream maker...
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    we have an ice cream maker, but the bowl has a hole. i might buy a replacement soon.

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    You know I've been thinking about and coveting that dress...but I don't think it would make my legs look good. The have a multi-way "Flirty dress" that has a loose longer skirt. I may buy that one. That way, if we are ever at a party together, we won't have one of those embarassing celebrity moments as seen in People magazine. ie. Who wore it better?

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    i love the flirty multi-way. i almost bought that one instead.

    the trailblazer fell through too; not as many issues as the ford escape, but still too many for my taste. next contestant: 1999 honda passport, owned by a conscientious older couple that i know (in town!!). 180k mi, maybe that's not so bad for a honda? i'll call tomorrow about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    i love the flirty multi-way.
    Where's canio6 when you need someone to do an awesome job of taking something out of context? I guess it's been left to me.
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    lol. i didn't catch that one. you must have a really dirty mind if you caught something that i didn't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    That's a beauriful name Aoife. I love names from the Isles. My middle daughter has a Scottish name, Tristan. I know its typically a male name but I have always thought it would be a very strong, feminine name for a girl and always liked that better than Kristen which is very common in the states.
    Thanks i think Tristan is lovely for a girl, it sounds like a warrior name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    i love the flirty multi-way. i almost bought that one instead.

    the trailblazer fell through too; not as many issues as the ford escape, but still too many for my taste. next contestant: 1999 honda passport, owned by a conscientious older couple that i know (in town!!). 180k mi, maybe that's not so bad for a honda? i'll call tomorrow about it.
    That Honda is barely broken in. They're known to go forever. Definitely check that one out.
    Georgette

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaoife View Post
    Thanks i think Tristan is lovely for a girl, it sounds like a warrior name
    She is tough. She may be only 10 but she has a temper and she knows how to use it to her advantage.
    Georgette

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    holy shit!! 800!

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