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Old 05-23-2004, 06:32 PM   #1
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Old 05-23-2004, 06:41 PM   #2
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned.
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Old 05-23-2004, 06:45 PM   #3
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only causious.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only causious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known.
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Old 05-24-2004, 01:50 AM   #5
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only causious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.
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Old 05-24-2004, 03:37 AM   #6
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only causious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY."
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."?
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish. Oh well, as they say, hindsight is 20/20.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish. Oh well, as they say, hindsight is 20/20. And not only that investment, but all the other things Emily has manipluated us into doing.
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish. Oh well, as they say, hindsight is 20/20. And not only that investment, but all the other things Emily has manipluated us into doing.
At which point I said to everyone: "Martha's not gone yet, so who put Emily in charge, anyhow?"
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish. Oh well, as they say, hindsight is 20/20. And not only that investment, but all the other things Emily has manipluated us into doing.
At which point I said to everyone: "Martha's not gone yet, so who put Emily in charge, anyhow?"
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It was easier than we had thought. Even Emily, who is usually such a complainer, commented that it seemed foolish to have been so concerned. But we weren't foolish, only cautious. Emily later told me that if she had known how easy it would be, she would have doubled her investment, but as it was, we couldn't have known. Just as we didn't know that as we were beginning to relax, the real struggle was about to begin, and that we were all in for much more than we had bargained for.

So as our van barrelled down the winding road our first clue should have been the lack of cars going in our direction. Or maybe the first clue should've been the big red sign we must've passed at some point that said "DO NOT ENTER. WRONG WAY." But our worries were not on what was in front of us, rather what we were leaving behind.

Why had we let Emily convince us to invest our individual savings in "Martha Stewart Inc."? We were so young, so foolish. Oh well, as they say, hindsight is 20/20. And not only that investment, but all the other things Emily has manipluated us into doing. At which point I said to everyone: "Martha's not gone yet, so who put Emily in charge, anyhow?" This seemed to anger the group immensely.
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