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post Jun 2 2006, 05:08 PM
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Hi Mr.Mcmahon.
TOday is June 2, 2006 and I was worried sick about you cause you are facing Measels and Flu up there in that cold. My birthday is June 14 so send me a sample of that ice sheet. I got my report card and thanks for the good grade. I got promoted (Which isn't a surprise) so I will see you on that 7th grade hall. TTFN
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post Jun 2 2006, 10:49 PM
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Hi Sekayi. Your birthday is close to my birthday. My birthday is June 18. I am sorry I won't be able to bring back a piece of the ice sheet for your birthday. Sadly, it will melt before I get it home.

However, the folks that drill ice cores sometimes bring home pieces of ice core from 300 meters below the surface. There are trapped bubbles of gas in the pieces of ice. When you drop them in water, the bubbles start to pop. biggrin.gif

I am glad you did well in science class. I didn't do anything. You did all the work. Great job.

Thanks to Gayle I now know what TTFN means! ROFL. How r u?

Gayle is teaching me to write like I am IMing.

Don't worry about me being in the cold. I am quite comfortable here because I have the right clothes.

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