Posted by MMMMarcia on March 05, 2000 at 15:06:27:
In Reply to: Re: LOTM Poster posted by NightSky on March 05, 2000 at 14:30:02:
Night Sky writes:
: MMMM: My source even says she has one poster that is double sided, with the "First American Hero" on one side and the usual Hawkeye running on the other. My source (I'm afraid to say who it is for fear her safety would be in jeopardy) does not usually post to the board, but from my understanding, will be attending the Gathering this year, and not for the first time.
MMMM: You are being most prudent in protecting your source! ;o) However, if she's attending (and I know pretty near everyone who is) and if she's bringing that poster, I hope she'll let me know if she's planning to raffle it, so I can make up the display cards, figure where to put it, and make sure the winning ticket is MINE!!! :-P If she's planning to sell it, then I hope she's donating it to Miss Kate, and I'll have to write Katie immediately and find out what I have to do (who do I have to kill?) to insure that *I* am able to buy it! Things will be done! Nobody will be spared!! Because I promise you, if that poster falls into MMMM's hands again, she WILL have it HANGED! On the studio wall, that is!
NS: And Marcia, don't you find it hard to believe that gnomes can actually type well enough to post to the board, since they must have the teeny, tinyest, itty, bittyest thumbs ever? They must do that two finger typing, don't cha recon? And I heard there were supposed to be clods of dirt coming my way, but those short little legs just must not be able to reach this far.
MMMM: Good points, there, NS! (Almost as good as the one on GnomeDome's itty-bitty, pointy head!) Yes, typing must be a trick, indeed. Those little gnomethumbs must be dang near worthless! As for the dirt...just keep watching the sky...I've heard that gnomes kick the clods along from one toadstool village to another. Soon enough, those clods will reach the gnomes living in the woods around your farm, and then THEY'LL kick 'em down all over you and yours...unless, of course, you've cooked them all by then.
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