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Subject:Re: What kind of names do you make up? From:Kim Portonova <kim_portonova -at- HOTMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 10 Jun 1999 10:51:20 PDT
Most of my manuals star my husband. Because I work for a children's
hospital, I frequently change his age from 29 to 9, I use 999-99-9999 for
his social security number, and use a combination of our old addresses for
I'm not sure how he feels, but I sure get a kick out of it.
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