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Old 12-15-2006, 02:41 PM   #3
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My Greatgrandma used to say to never cross the path of a snake. She wasn't afraid of them but anything snake was strictly taboo. I remember my Dad took me to see her once and she made him take of his boots before he came into her room. I think they were probably faux-snake, to be honest.

I never use being sick as an excuse to stay home from work because sure enough within a few days, I really will be sick.
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