calling the penguin

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If anyone has Davids e mail AKA the penguin, can they let him know please herbie is having massive ITissues, thus no turns?

ta in advance
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Herb,

Sorry to hear about the IT issues ... You're a little too far for me to help... [;)]

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Hey, Herbie, I forwarded your message to the Penguin at the address I had for him a year ago, when we finished our game. I think it's still good. I'll be glad to send you his email address directly via PM.
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Well hello stranger. A happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. Everyone healthy and well?
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The Penguinator got Herbie's contact info, so hopefully they're on the way to addressing Herbie's need.

Hey, JohhnyD. We had a quiet Thanksgiving at home with our two boys (daughter and son-in-law visited with his folks way up north in Indiana). We're all well. I've been very fortunate to simply continue doing the things I love - family, work, church, reading, and tons of outdoors things. With the swirling craziness abounding, I've been one of the most fortunate, so my thoughts are with those who have suffered or fought, including you. You're never far from my thoughts. :)

I hope you and yours had a good holiday and are doing well and that you're not up to your armpits in alligators.

And the same to all the rest o' you AE hooligans.
"Rats set fire to Mr. Cooper’s store in Fort Valley. No damage done." Columbus (Ga) Enquirer-Sun, October 2, 1880.
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ORIGINAL: Canoerebel

The Penguinator got Herbie's contact info, so hopefully they're on the way to addressing Herbie's need.

Hey, JohhnyD. We had a quiet Thanksgiving at home with our two boys (daughter and son-in-law visited with his folks way up north in Indiana). We're all well. I've been very fortunate to simply continue doing the things I love - family, work, church, reading, and tons of outdoors things. With the swirling craziness abounding, I've been one of the most fortunate, so my thoughts are with those who have suffered or fought, including you. You're never far from my thoughts. :)

I hope you and yours had a good holiday and are doing well and that you're not up to your armpits in alligators.

And the same to all the rest o' you AE hooligans.

Welcome back!

No alligators here. [:D]
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Just gorn.

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ORIGINAL: geofflambert

Just gorn.

The young ones taste like chicken. [;)]
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Thanks for help guys
Still alive and kicking

I'm an Aussie
We are now co vid free and life
Almost back to
Normal

Tough times we think be hind
Us now

Renovated house
Tried to get little ship that
Could published
But failed
But still building big model
Ships and sinking cantonas carriers
Lol
See ya around
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Good to know things are better in your neck of the woods.
Still dealing with lethal Corona crap in Ohio. But with vaccines on the horizon at least there is (as Sir Paul would say) Hope for the Future.

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