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I'll be hosting the chat night here on M4MER this Wednesday the 27th at 10 PM Eastern. Just click on the "chat" link at the top of the main page. I'll answer any question you ask honestly and truthfully:

 

Q: Why do you escort?

A: To support my eBay habit.

 

Q: How big is it?

A: My bedroom is 200 square feet.

 

Q: Are you really just a dumb whore?

A: Huh?

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Guest Tampa Yankee

LAST EDITED ON Sep-26-00 AT 12:27PM (EST)[p]LAST EDITED ON Sep-26-00 AT 12:25 PM (EST)

 

NYO speaks for me too -- on all three items!

 

No, I'm not his special guy (LOL) -- I have my own!! And we'll be watching choir boys in the West Village at that time.

 

Next time... if not sooner.

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That sounds like a song title for Neked Boys Singing II: "Aarronn on My Mind" However we would need to get some of those West Village Choir boys to do the singing. I understand that singing is not one of Aarronn's many talents.

 

Rick, I do hope that my use of the colon was correct in my post.

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LAST EDITED ON Sep-26-00 AT 11:05PM (EST)[p]Hmm... It appears that there is more than the geese migrating from Canada this time of year....if two or more make a flock. I always was a fan of the movie 'Northwest Passage' -- now I'm going to give it a go, myself.

 

As for not singing exactly like a nigtingale, it appears to be a not uncommon circumstance among those lads from the north ... ( Nelson Eddy where are your progeny?). Fortunately I don't make anyone sing for their supper with so many other alternatives available. :-)

 

NYO, have a great time as I intend to do; and jeejer, keep your powder dry. I think between the two of you, you are monopolizing the Toronto talent -- at least the aa list.

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>Hmm... It appears that there

>is more than the geese

>migrating from Canada this time

>of year....if two or more

>make a flock. I always

>was a fan of the

>movie 'Northwest Passage' -- now

>I'm going to give it

>a go, myself.

 

Was that a typo? Did you mean to say that two or more make a 'fuck?"

 

>

>NYO, have a great time as

>I intend to do; and

>jeejer, keep your powder dry.

>I think between the two

>of you, you are monopolizing

>the Toronto talent -- at

>least the aa list.

 

the powder was dry and primed for the sighting of the Tarana Canadian goose. Well at least there was a lot of shooting that happened. Now like NYO I am waiting for the Western Canadian variety to land in the Big Apple. Now I find out that there is a Floridan snow bird at the Gaiety this week. So many birds and so little powder.

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LAST EDITED ON Sep-27-00 AT 08:12PM (EST)[p]Jeez, Tampa, you too?? :-)

 

Hey, Tampa, I'm sorry, but EVERYTHING'S better in the west!! Why do you think that all of the explorers, pioneers, mountain MEN, etc. dreamed of heading west, and headed WEST as quickly as they could? Huh??

 

A. :-)

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Allan,

 

I think you missed my drift... which was: importing those western guys back east...

 

I'm no longer speaking from speculation on this matter and I'm putting you on notice -- the competition just ratcheted up a notch. :-)

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LAST EDITED ON Sep-29-00 AT 09:26AM (EST)[p]NYO

 

>I am an equal opportunity person,

>Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal too.

 

Yes, I've come to understand all too well... :-)

 

You should slow down and take it easy, consider your health and my happiness:-) You are single-handedly cornering the top of the Canadian market -- East and West! -- not that I have much to compalin about, but I still have room on my dance card and I've recently come to appreciate the Canadian version of the two-step.

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Et tu, Brute?

 

I think I just heard your ratchet slipping...

 

No, Tamps, I didn't miss what you were trying to get across. The best is in the west, and when the west leaves for the east, the west can't take the best with it. So sorry. You'd just have to come to the west, to try it out on home territory. Then, I could kill you. (Oops, did I say that out loud?? :-) )

 

Cheers, Tampa, have a great day, and ttyl.

 

A.

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Rick

 

Sorry about using your thread for some extra-cirricular "migrating" issues. Thanks for understanding. Wish I could be at the chat, but I have firewall issues.

 

A.

 

ps If I ever get to NY, you're top..er..bottom..er, what the hell, both on my list. :-)

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Allan,

 

I won't go into detail about my ratchet slipping or sliding or whatever, you'll just have to use your imagination...

 

I remain unconvinced by your 'best in the west' bull...in fact I'm quite sure the best is where the best happens to be, west or east or in between. But I'm always up for a challenge, especially when it is on my agenda anyway :-) -- so I'll try it in the west too and maybe in between.

 

Just keep trashing the competition --only gets the back up and the juices flowing or something like that :-)

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LAST EDITED ON Sep-29-00 AT 11:47PM (EST)[p]Rick

 

like wise. I apologize. I enjoyed your anwers on the chat. It is great to hear that you and Derek have been together for so long.

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LAST EDITED ON Sep-30-00 AT 00:02AM (EST)[p]LAST EDITED ON Sep-30-00 AT 00:01 AM (EST)

 

Moi?? I'm far too nice a guy to trash anyone, I'm more than willing to share. :-) :-)

 

You can have him every February 29th, and the 5th Tuesday afternoon of every other month, now isn't that more than generous? :-) (Unless of course, he objects to such frequency, or is previously booked. Oh, so sorry, I'm already in his calendar for February 29, 2004.)

 

Seriously, for a moment, Tampa, I really enjoy the lighthearted teasing that goes into these posts. Keep it up, and I will too. (No, that's not what I meant!!)

 

A.

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Canadian two-step

 

LAST EDITED ON Sep-30-00 AT 00:03AM (EST)[p]Tampa Yankee,

 

So how was your Canadian two-step? The Toronto version was excellent. Now on to the Vancouver version this week.

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RE: Canadian two-step

 

LAST EDITED ON Sep-30-00 AT 02:31AM (EST)[p]LAST EDITED ON Sep-30-00 AT 02:18 AM (EST)

 

jeejer,

 

>

>So how was your Canadian two-step?

 

To say it was great would be an understatement!! I do love to dance... especially when two move as one on many levels -- a tribute to my dance partner since I didn't do any adapting, or... was it coincidence?? The evening, night and next morning literally flew by. More later...

 

> The Toronto version was

>excellent.

 

Sorry but I won't be able to take your word for it , not that I don't trust you. :-) As Ronnie said "Trust But Verify" ;-). This time I was slow to spot this migrating Tarana gander :-( -- I'll do better next time ;-).

 

>Now on to

>the Vancouver version this week.

>

 

I warn you that this could be hazardous to your health :-), and since I've grown fond of you through your posts I am willing to stand in for you and cover all of your obligations (at my expense) ;-) , all in your best interest of course. Now how is that for a fine friend looking out for you!!:-)

 

Should you fail to heed my wise advice I will pray for you. :-) But know this -- you are in for a very special experience, particularly if you explore the man behind the persona. That is my perspective.

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Apologies

 

Rick,

 

Please accept mine as well, I would really perfer to apologize in person and hope to one of these days -- seems only right and I think it would be great fun!!

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As a reserved Midwesterner, I have enjoyed this East/West lighthearted duel. I do need to step in, however and point out that our wonderful neighbors to the north have and will continue to enjoy the warm welcome of the Windy City. We tend to sneak them in undetected via crop-duster when those in the East and West are distracted with bantering over schedules. :-) Keep it up. :-)

 

Oh, and Allan. I thought they headed West because the Easterners kicked them out and the Midwesterners wouldn't let them stay. :-)

 

I all seriousness.....I have thoroughly enjoyed reading the posts of fine men with excellent taste. :-)

 

Back to Rick......when are you coming to the Windy City? We await your arrival with great anticipation.

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