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    Being in Japan right now, I missed all that. I didn't know the answers anyway so no regrets and my cap is already waiting for me at home.
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    Got my cap today - it's great! Very comfortable, and stylish. Nice to wear something other than the %#@& Florida Gators hat I've been wearing for two years now - not really my team, but I feel it's my duty to represent the "hometown heroes," football champions that they are.

    Anyway, I put it right on, went to first rehearsal of new duo, went to a gallery opening, got a comment on it ("Oh, Mandolin Café - where is that?" "Everywhere," I said, "it's on the interweb.") - it's done some living already. It was a good day for my PO box, with that and some CDs and LPs I'd been waiting for all arriving.

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    Got my Cafe ball cap in the mail on Thursday too. Great look, great fit. Thank you, Scott!


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    Mine is here as well. My son already thinks it's his.
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    i've got a question (no prize, however):

    assuming the hat i ordered weeks ago was posted from - wherever - under the aegis of "neither rain nor sleet nor dead of night" ... in which italian postal depot is it presently languishing and dare i hope for a xmas delivery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Sheehy View Post
    Didn't Mussolini - who also played the mandolin - get the trains to run on time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Sheehy View Post
    Didn't Mussolini - who also played the mandolin - get the trains to run on time?
    I think that's because had the fascist trains in the region. <ba dum BUM!>
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    Not according to fleidmarshall Rommel, if fact he did not think that anything from Italy's goverment at that time was right, so I've read. I am an avid reader of military history.

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    Back on topic...
    Saturday was take the daughter to the barn day. Rob and I played on the tractor and went for a Gator ride. He's rather fetching. Sadly, this time his real teeth are kind of Bubba-esque as he looses his baby teeth.

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