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Old 05-02-2006, 05:16 PM   #1
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Liberal, yahoooo. I love this stuff. Just need a few days to decide what my jollies are gonna be.

Offered by a teenage hooker at corner of Poll and California. I told her I may not survive it.

I may try it once jut to see ,.
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Old 05-02-2006, 05:22 PM   #2
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Offered by a teenage hooker at corner of Poll and California. I told her I may not survive it.
Are you absolutely, positively certain 'she' wasn't packing a surprise. :

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Welcome back and glad you arrived safely. I'm looking forward to reading your new adventures. Try not to kill yourself having too much fun.
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Are you absolutely, positively certain 'she' wasn't packing a surprise. :

REW, is there something you know but aren't telling us? :P

OAP, you could have done the right thing, and given her some....... retirement advice.
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Old 05-02-2006, 05:32 PM   #5
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REWhoo, see why I was worried abou surviving.? *I live behind Grace Catherdral and there are lot of young mom's dropping off tykes. REW, if she was packing a surprise, it seemed worth at least a look.

LL,I'm gonna pace myself. *The bay had a decorated boat race, there was a vintage car show at Grace Cath. which is my neighborhood.

Those hills are killing my stamina. *Muscles are hurting. *People are friendly and I'm trying to keep up the 4-5 mile daily walk.

Wild town.
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Glad you made it safely to CA. We're having beautiful weather now, good timing.

Do they still ring the bells on Sunday at Grace Cathedral? I haven't been there since I was a teen. Long time ago.
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LL,
I'm gonna get all the death providiving activivtites I can that can be construed as illegal. *

SF does seem to allow a *lot of just doin your thing. * Been fun so far.

KB,
There was a vintage car show show and I'm not sure how that tintintanablulated the bells.
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Welcome back OAP, glad you arrived safely and have such a grand time
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OAP --- welcome to California!!!
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Outtahere, I,m living here living behind a short skirt showning Chatholic girls school.

hooooo.


Next day should be intersesting..
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I hope this spell of warm weather we're having doesn't scare you away.

But the fog will hopefully come in after a couple more days of the heat, so just hang on.

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****, just took two huge falls here in this new apartment. Back later. GD. I'm hurt. nDam.
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OAP, leave the cheap wine alone, stay with the good stuff.
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Go take a look at the National Shrine to St. Francis. Very pretty, very peaceful, and a nice stroll from just about anywhere in SF.

Glad to hear you arrived OK.
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It's a beautiful place. My Dad's sister lives there and my visits to see her are memorable.

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I hope you're okay OAP?
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Outtahere, I,m living here living behind a short skirt showning Chatholic girls school.
Watch out OAP. Too much leering and Dateline NBC will be in there with a film crew.
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Watch out OAP.* Too much leering and Dateline NBC will be in there with a film crew.
Agree. OAP, if this is your taste, you have not moved far enough west.

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Oooops, just noticed that Grace Cathedral is an Episcopal Church.

I think a novel about this hotel is in order. The "Nob Hill Chronicles" There are some real quirksters here.

1. Late 40ish Jewish lady wrting a book. Her desk faces the Golden Gate Bridge. (Probably going to end up boinking her, just gotta do it )

2. A guy who looks like Newman on Seinfeld with that same smile.

3. A young stud 24-25 who appears to be making money with the world's oldest profession.

Oh and two early 20's cuties who are always flrty and have a dog with elephantine proportion.

Yeah, this could be a good book.
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OAP,

Looks like you are going to do some "hands on" research with the females in your building. Nothing like real life experiences to add details and interest to a book.

Sounds like a grand time ahead of you. Have fun but be safe.
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