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Meigs Field - X-THIS DICK!



 
 
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Old July 2nd 03, 09:27 PM
Andrew Gideon
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Not Dick Daley wrote:

Sorry about that.....I posted that (I thought) as a link. That's what
came back through to me anyway.


FWIW, I saw a link too.

- Andrew

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Old July 3rd 03, 07:51 PM
Not Dick Daley
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That's really odd.....my buddy called me and told me about it too. I wonder
if ole Dick Daley is behind this!!

It must be something to do with how the browser handles links or
something....




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Not Dick Daley wrote:

Sorry about that.....I posted that (I thought) as a link. That's what
came back through to me anyway.


FWIW, I saw a link too.

- Andrew



 




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