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Comment from: Norman [Visitor]
On Wednesday Michelle will be announcing that she wants to become a professional hockey player, just to bring you up to speed!!!!

Glad she tossed in that golf, she was no good anyway, I mean finishing in the top 3 of majors twice is a pretty poor showing isn't it.

PS Michelle is American not Korean.
10/03/05 @ 15:19
Comment from: Carl Strack [Visitor]
Norman, I like your sarcasm.

PS Michelle is Hawai'ian, of Korean parentage.
Hawai'ians attitudes will always be "Hawai'i first-American last" (I've been a haole there-trust me, I know how they think). I'm not slagging the 50st State, I love the islands and the people.
Hawai'i no-kal-oi!
10/11/05 @ 06:11
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