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hahahaha.... funny. NOT!
I was bored and went looking for your blog, I figured it would be IdigAK. I still don't know what that stands for.
Hey JohnThat is pretty Good, that is how I felt this week too pretty much. laters
hi.. i got a new blog dude.. idigokain't it original?piece
IDigAKI Dig AlaskaGotta hate when that happens, Watson. Sorry, better luck next time. Next time, go old fashioned and write it down... Hey, I have to say, you and ryan, you guys must be a lot more alike than I thought...IDigOk? Lol!
Well....lets juts say, that Originality has it's origin with it's originator: i.e. me! and Similarity would happen to be more of a mix between awe, wonder, respect, and sucking-up to be like someone: on Ryan's part!how's that for being good freinds, huh? ;)
next time i'll get a patent on my idea, and john will start looking a lot less smart....
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