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March 19, 2008

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dave

Eating Shotgun Pellets...

OK, my never b4 this week consisted of:
Eating Pheasant a la Shotgun Pellets at a certain Hungarian restaurant. At least the pheasant was shotgun-fresh! If you go to Hungary, don't miss the delicious fresh game.

Karen Perrin

You're definitely not alone in having a resurgence of a childhood fear. As a kid from the Bronx, I had little contact with animals (other than the zoo). We had an uncle who lived in CT, and it was a great treat to go and visit him and swim in the lake. One day, while sitting in his garden, my Mother let out a blood curdling scream. She had seen a big black snake. It was harmless, of course, but very scary too us. Later, when we moved to the Catskills, my older sister and I encountered a huge snake sunning himself at the beginning of our driveway. He was as long as the driveway was wide. Kath jumped over it and ran home - I went to a neighbors and called my Mom. I stayed put till my Father came home and picked me up. To this day, I have an unreasonable fear of snakes - I don't even like watching them on TV. Silly? Yes - but something I don't think I'll overcome.

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Never B4 Suggestions

  • Teach An Elementary School Class
  • Ride In A Blimp
  • Visit all the islands in the New York archipelago
  • Take a racing school driving course
  • Rappelling
  • Visit the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem New York
  • Kayak in Manhattan
  • Ride In a Glider Plane
  • Ride a Segway
  • Ride a Motorcyle
  • Swim with Whale Sharks at the Georgia Aquarium
  • Learn to Play a New Musical Instrument
  • Parasailing
  • Visit Friends in Asia
  • Participate in a Clinical Trial or Focus Group
  • Get on National TV

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