Archive 2 -
It should be keenly noted that I hold the record (as leader of
Cajun--Hey...ONE leader)...that I took EVERY 10-point event
there was to be had (including Songs & Cheers, with the
very genuine and authentic Mardi Gras entrance)...Although
Joey, being the BIG MEMPHIS CRY-BABY that he was (and still is)
narked on me...I'll never forget his charade at the gong with
Faiwell, as he "dutifully" disclosed that I opted to send
"Keith Shlanger" to Sioux cabin to "prepare for inspection" for
his 3RD SERIES activity...Hey, it was ORIGINAL...
Jon "Pud" Heller, (309) 691-3083,
Rick Mossler's UN & Pow Wow performances
Jeff Mossler had an excellent point regarding his team's point
total percentage. Although my teams did not finish on top
either time I was a capitan, at least my percentages were
higher than Rick Mossler's weak ass team. Does anyone remember
Rick's team name? Was Rick ever a Capitan? Did Rick ever
participate in UN or Pow Wow as a Camper or Staff?
Danny "Donny" Plattner, (520) 750-0464,
Sorry Dr. Jeff, but I picked my Crow teams, and you did run/win
a staff relay. I also seem to recall, that by percentage of
victory, our teams were virtually the same that year. I'd love
to find out. Blowfeld...Thanks, you still are a worm, and I
still love ya!
Joe Pierce, 800-827-0827, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26056]
I will grant Joey this...he's the ONLY one in Timber History to
call me (even to this very day)..."BLOWFELD"
Jon (Pud) Heller, (309)691-3083,
Donny the Fisherman
Ah..the games have already begun. Donny's favorite camp
activity....baiting Rick. Bring out the hooks and the fishing
net. Almost makes me want to bring up my missing Corn Flakes
Greg "Red" Schatten, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26077]
Pud has the distinct honor of having his Pow Wow team win all
10 point events and STILL come in last. What a
tactical/mathematic genius to think he could win the day by
stacking the 10-pointers and throwing every other event.
Perhaps I can get David (my 4 year old) to help you balance
your checkbook (the bank hasn't taken your account away
Greg Schatten, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26088]
Donny the F***ing Genius
Donny would do well to know that I was a captain at every level
of competition. Junior, Intermediate, Senior, Staff. I also
know how to spell captain.
Rick Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26089]
And don't tell me it was a typo, because you misspelled it
twice genius boy!
Rick Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26090]
I love you even though you're stupid
Shut the fu** up Donnie you're out of your league!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26093]
Hawold Hiken....telephone--shicks 0 2 2
Marksy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26098]
Whoa. Lots of postings. The messages are piling up like cow
shit on the prairie (that's not intended as a negative
metaphor, it's just that there's an awful lot of cow shit on
the prairie)...I won't partake in any Pud-bashing; seems some
other guys have that covered...Beadle might show? Dear God.
There's a blast from the past...Incidentally, I'm writing in
Matt Healy for President in the 2000 election...Speaking of
presidents, can't Clinton do better than Lewinsky? I wouldn't
boink her with Pud's pud (oops, sorry, Pud). -- Perl
Phil Perlson, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26102]
Now that Pete Rose is applying for reinstatement, can Fred
Heller do the same?
Gazzoo, (773) 561-1968, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26120]
Fred Heller is no relation to Pud Heller. Pud does NOT live at
home anymore--only house-sitting for Mr. & Mrs. Pud who are
on the other side of the world for a month; although I wouldn't
mind being a TRUE "George," especially when speaking of money
Jon (Pud) Heller, , DewMan1960@aol.com, [Msgid=26236]
re: Pud's Clarifications
Pud...if you've seen the "Seinfeld" episode where George moves
back home, he accidentally leaves a used condom wrapper on his
parents bed. So be careful when you...I mean IF you...oh, never
mind! What was I thinking?!
Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26256]
Pud my bud
Pud, despite the fact that everyone picks on you, we (well, at
least I) still love ya! As my first C.I.T. (1977) you taught me
everything I needed to know in life, such as how to properly
pop zits; how to graciously ask a counselor to buy a Penthouse;
how to earn A & W malts (something like one malt for every
8 hours of back rub time); and so much more.
David Susman, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26381]
Bratter and I (Perl) have heard little rumblings about this
reunion, we just don't know when it is, what the fee is,
etc...We are notorious space cadets, thus lack clues and info
at this time...They don't have e mail on the planet Zarcron,
but Bratter and I have returned to Earth (the L.A. area) after
our jaunt around the Milky Way, so any specific info would be
Phil Perlson\Steve Bratter, (310) 899-9084,
re:REUNION (aka CLUELESS PERL & BRATTER)
Perl...all the info can be found by clicking 2000
REUNION INFO This link can also be found on the
main index page, along with a new link showing all those who
have registered for the event....Gazzoo
Bob Gassel, 773-561-1968, email@example.com, [Msgid=26405]
UN and Pow Wow records
It is my guess that as a camper, I had the worst record. I
think that the teams I was on finished 4th 7 times out of 11
and didn't win once. These teams included what I'm sure were
some of the sorriest in history including Transylvania
(Goldstein?) and Little Feet (Pete Kaufman). Once I began
programming teams myself and learned about the importance of
the second skier and the third guy in the row boat, things were
different. I'd put my win/loss record up against anyones. Also,
I believe my first opening ceremony as a medicine man was the
only one to be stopped and not allowed to finish. Thanks to
Dean and Bino. Though I don't feel Pud needs anymore abuse,
I'll add one story. As a captain, I once picked him first as he
did do some good opening ceremonies. When I approached him to
start the process he told me he was no longer "into it". What a
Ross Cahn, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26438]
I will say that Ross, no doubt, is perhaps the GREATEST
programmer in Timber-History. Yes, Ross caught me in a deathly
lethargic state of mind that continues to pervade my existence
as Y2K approaches. Ross should be aware, however, of the sheer
mental drain and anguish I suffered when making rounds of
cabins during 3rd period and ALWAYS finding his burned-out ass
in bed! (Burnin' his wick at both ends). How many times did I
find this guy in bed during the day? He's still my
Pud-BlowMax, , DewMan1960@aol.com, [Msgid=26468]
Why is everyone so entrenched in this Pow Wow/UN Day rhetoric?
How about Great Canadian experiences???, I 'm too
feklempt..talk amongst yourselves, but before I go find my
mojo...Do the Moss Bros. still don beards?
Peter Kaufman, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26469]
Moss - I'm riding with you
I can't wait for this reunion. I've been jumping on my bed
every night (my wife thinks I've lost it) dreaming of spiking
the shit out of Pud as he scrambles off the tramp... One
bounce, you get your down bounce, spiking (Pud or Marks) on the
(on any) no bounce . . . I threw that key log into the fire to
thank God that Jeff Mossler didn't break both his legs when he
(held onto the rope a little too long and) hit all those
minnows. I also threw that key log into the fire to thank Peter
Kaufman for driving to Chicago the night before Canadian '80
(he knows why). One more key log for Lee Glicksman, who taught
me how to love camp (coach) forever at the age of nine . . .
I'll be there with bells on! (MOSS - Aug.10-12 works)
Rob Schiller, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26593]
Tuesdays With Schiller
I don't know if Schiller is always that sentimental or if he
just got caught up watching "Tuesdays With Morrie" last night,
but I appreciate the key log. I still wish some of you guys
would bug Beadle to sign up. Lee Glicksman
Lee Glicksman, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26649]
Speaking of UN Days, who remembers Perl's entry as Yasser
Arafat on the '85 Palestine team. That was rich! It got even
better when H wouldn't let us be Palestine the next year
because parents had complained (yes, we did win), so we set
Yasser up in exile in Jamaica, had Perl enter again in opening
ceremonies, and then won again. For what it's worth... Brian
Brian Williams, 607.277.0033, Willemmer@aol.com, [Msgid=26657]
So...I'm at a "black tie" event last Saturday night and I'm
sitting at a table with a guy who lives 2 blocks from me and we
get to talking. He tell me that he never went to camp but knew
Timberlane and Billy Fried cause his wife went to Agawak and
she had been back to visit recently. He goes on to tell me that
his brother knew a Timberlane counselor several years back, and
went up to visit one year during gymnastics camp. He then said
something very funny....he said... "Do you remember some girl
who was a bartender for her grandmother at some dive bar in
town--- cause my brother "pooned her" (my word for a one night
stand). I said "Was her name Debbie from the Annex?" He said
"YES! I can't believe you remember her!" I then went on to tell
her that when she was 13, counselors who were 21 were hitting
on her big time. See, Lee Glicksman, I always think of
Marksy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26667]
I CAN'T SEEM TO REMEMBER...
I am amazed at how much everyone remembers about UN and POW-WOW
Days. I just can't remember them that well, they're a little
fuzzy. But it is great to see so many TIMBER STAFF talking
about the reunion. I hope I will be able to be there. I wish
everyone happy holidays and a healthy New Year!
HOWARD SEGAL, , HOWSEA@AOL, [Msgid=26688]
Marksy, Debbie was the bartender for years at the Annex, but
when I was going there as a CIT, Theresa, Deb's older sister
was running the show.....That's who Lee, Darryl & the crew
would know best!
Joe Pierce, 800-827-0827, email@example.com, [Msgid=26690]
John Marks credibility
No one has a higher opinion of John Marks than I do.....and I
think he's an asshole. Actually John I mean that in the nicest
way. As God is my witness I never touched Debbie. (I can't make
a similar avowal as to Alan Mishlove) I think she was about 7
years old. However, I did befriend her and her brother Dave.
The bar was the Annex and as best I can recall, we were all
friends with them because their grandmother served us beer when
we were 15 years old. I recall using Mike Campbell's ID because
he was the only other short guy I knew who was over 18. John
was my camper when he was 9 years old and again when he was 14.
He didn't change in the interim. He still holds a grudge over
me waking him at midnight and convincing him that it was 8 am
and that the sun had burned out. I don't recall whether he was
9 or 14 when I pulled that on him. All that aside, I even look
forward to seeing him at the reunion.
Lee Glicksman, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26692]
Lee, you were the master of camper mind games. You pulled the
"burned out" sun prank on Howard Segal amd me our first year,
and as many times as I tried when I was a counselor, I could
only make it work once! It was my favorite gag!
Joe Pierce, 800-827-0827, email@example.com, [Msgid=26695]
Lee Comes Clean...
Lee...I find it quite honorable that you finally admit to
making moves on Alan Mishlove.
Bob Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26701]
Alright, boys. Debbie Henderson was a good friend of mine. Such
a sweet, naive girl. I watched her conquer her fear of
revolving doors and escalators when she came to visit me in
Milwaukee. Her bedroom was in the back of The Annex and was
plastered with pictures of Scott Baio from Happy Days. Even
after I saw that, I was still her friend. I hope she is far,
far away from The Annex and living a good life.
Amy Larson, , Amy.Kieser@Blackbaud.com, [Msgid=26702]
Deb in the Big City
Last I heard (3-4 years ago), Debbie was working with MTV in
Chicago. She apparently overcame her fear of revolving doors.
She was doing well. I had a drink with her, Jon Healy, and
David Morris (I think). By the way, I was mistaken on my
earlier post re Yasser Arafat. I think I was Yasser in 1985,
and Perl took over in 1986. Needless to say, Perl was much
better at it than me.
Brian "Willy" Williams, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26754]
Annex Debbie & Tony Niechen
When I was at the University of Wisconsin ('85-'89), Bill
Clark, Kevin Stoler, Tony Niechen (sp?) and I would frequent a
certain pool hall where Annex Debbie tended bar and generally
ran the place. I'm pretty certain she wasn't enrolled! She was
as sweet as could be everytime we'd be in there and would
always let us drink and shoot pool for a fraction of the price.
There were often some other friends of hers from Minocqua who
would be there but I don't remember their names. By the way,
can someone please clarify the official spelling of 'Tony
Niechen'? I've always wondered.
David Susman, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26785]
25 years of classic memories and we are introspectve about
Peter Kaufman, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26800]
Marksy & The Nail
"Marksy & the Nail" - In 1976 (Hawk Cabin), John Marks was
a slobbering CIT who had spent 7 traumatic years at Camp dating
back to his first experience on the Nail (which we know now was
at the hands of Mr. Glicksman). Finally, he was a CIT. He could
now seek revenge on his very own campers. He spent the better
part of two weeks building a Nail in Hawk cabin, just outside
Rick Mandel's door. This Holy Grail of a Nail actually
consisted of about 300 4" nails, piled together, and
specifically engineered to hold significant weight. We never
understood until now why he needed such a maximum impact nail,
as we all tipped the scale at 85 lbs or under. This thing would
have clearly held Barry Schulman. Finally, the gallows were
complete and Marksy kept an old Brewers baseball jacket hanging
from the Nail so as not to be discovered by H. Well, while Mr.
Marks was in the middle of a wet dream, Jon Molasky (R.I.P.)
took all 300 nails out of the wall and rehung the Brewers
jacket on one lone bent nail. That evening, Ed Fried happened
into the cabin and with pride, Marksy proclaimed to Ed, "You
have got to see this Nail I have created to terrorize my
campers" and he revealed for Ed (much to his surprise) a single
limp nail looking very much like the one that Marksy himself
bent many years earlier. He's never been the same...
Ed Geen, , Jonahsam@aol.com, [Msgid=26808]
Root Beer and Marksy
I chased Marksy around camp for two years before he finally
paid me the A&W; root beer he owed me. "You owe me root beer."
But I bet I was the only 10-yr old ever to collect from that
guy...and he gave me only one can when he owed me a whole
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26812]
Raskin...others will attest--you were a pain in the ass! One
step above a Brian Doner (maybe)-- actually Raskin was a good
camper and obviously very persistent.......... whomever wrote
that story about the nail in Hawk Cabin-- I remember it well!
Touche'- very funny! That was a fun year! Actually, we were
trying to get Frog Fargonstein on that nail but feared the
whole cabin would tip over--- plus, the garbage truck couldn't
fit through the front door of Hawk cabin so there was really no
way to get Frog on the nail.
Marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26851]
Marksy - Who wrote it?
Marksy - How many campers did you have in '76? I'll give you a
hint. It wasn't Harvey Lerner!
Rob Schiller, , Schiller@armorholdings.com, [Msgid=26856]
Bucket Night - 1978
Now THIS is worth mentioning...(and NOBODY ever really knew).
Upon arising the morning after, I had absolutely no
recollection of booting on the shelves next to me or on myself.
I do recollect that fateful morning waking up and feeling
something quite large & unusual in my underwear. Upon
sneaking into the bathroom (while Peter Kaufman was in the
shower), I discovered the largest "Lincoln Log" I've ever, ever
produced. I faintly recall scrambling for all the newspapers I
could get in the bathroom, wrappin' the prize, bolting outta'
SEMENhole and heaving the care package into the woods as far as
I could throw it. Peter was always wondering that morning who
on earth reeked such malodorous havoc in the bathroom while he
was in the shower. Peter....now you know.
Pud, , DewMan1960@aol.com, [Msgid=26873]
Was that REALLY worth mentioning? And how do you "discover"
your own Lincoln Log?
Bob Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26882]
Pud, glad to see that you are finally into disclosing sensitive
information after 25 years. I'm just thankful that you didn't
yank open the shower curtain as I was pulling on a differnt
kind of lincoln log!!!
Petroff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26885]
Bucket Night '78 - Practical Joke
Puddy - as long as we are all coming clean. That wasn't your
Lincoln. It really belonged to Joey P. I don't know which will
turn out to be more traumatic - covering up your log or knowing
where it came from.
Rob Schiller, , I_Know@Rozytoldme.net, [Msgid=26893]
Pud's Bro says hi
I just talked to Gazzoo & spouse...first time we've hooked
up in long time...Demon Dawgs! Might come to reunion....Jeff
Jeff Heller, 925-458-6291, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26901]
Hey, that's not a nice thing to say....those of you who know me
KNOW I wouldn't give a REALLY GOOD Lincoln Log away to ANYONE.
My pride would never allow me to do that!
JP, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26926]
We need H here!
We need to get H on the bulletin board to provide some
revisionist history of camp...not that he ever embellished a
story...The great thing about H is you could hear the same
story 10 times and it was always a little better...(there's
usually 18 guys standing around!)
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=26941]
ahh....the "H" stories revisited
Especially the stories that included a Mossler--Jeff never gets
sick of hearing those--roflmao!!
Marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=26996]
1. The correct way to choose Perlson for your UN Day
team..."I'll take neckless....Perl". 2. Quiz: Who said,"Whoever
rang the gong at 2am should feel stupid and like a dick the
whole day"? 3. If Sonneborn doesn't come, I'll pee in his bed.
4. I talked to Willy tonight...he wants to play 'that doctor
Charlie Groves, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=27015]
Hoosiers Lose Another Big One?
Stories (This one clearly includes a Mossler - For your
benefit, Marks) Who can remember and would like to recount? I'd
like to hear three versions of the famed Timber re-creation of
Marquette vs. Indiana, circa '76, including the lineups, stats,
and of course, the final score; The Milwaukee version, The Indy
Version and The H Version. As I recall, Butch Lee, Lloyd
Walton, Bo Ellis, et al., handed defeat to Kent Benson, Scotty
(No broken hand in this game) May, Quinn Buckner & Co. All
I remember is it brought Ricky Moss to tears.
Rob Schiller, , Schiller@armorholdings.com, [Msgid=27033]
"IU vs. Marqutette" game
Rob, please refer to Timberlife issue #2 from 1975 for details
of the game...We were 14 and 15 year olds playing against JC's
17, 18 and older....So "Marquette" did beat us but we were
younger and H, by the way, was the ref....wonder who he wanted
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=27065]
Excuses, Excuses . . .The Indy Version
Moss - You may have been just 14 or 15, but without hair, to us
12 year olds you looked 30!
Rob & JP, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=27074]
Wheres my Camp........?????
Speaking of pranks, the greatest has to be the disappearance of
the camp in 75'. I believe Lee was behind that one as well. It
was my first year and I think that was the highlight.
Greg 'Red' Schatten, , email@example.com, [Msgid=27082]
RE: Where's My Camp...
Yes, indeed, Lee Glicksman pulled off the greatest all-camp
prank in Timber History. After Lee had one of the youngest
cabins year after year, he finally negotiated a deal with the
H-Man to take on such unruly snot-nosed kids like me. By the
way, all of his campers KNEW of the prank well in advance. Lee
was also instrumental in volunteering all of his campers to dig
out, railroad tie and oversee blacktop and fencing activities
in front of the lodge that year...Thanx Lee, it made ME a
Pud, , DewMan1960@aol.com, [Msgid=27092]
One other prank...
Jon--You're one of those campers I will never forget. God knows
I've tried. By the way, that same year, we stole Harold's
Lee Glicksman, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=27140]
Correction Pud...the project in front of the lodge was in 1976
and was spearheaded by Tom Wilkin. Joe Shneider actually tried
to get me to do it by myself as punishment for buying booze for
Wally Posner who got trashed and ratted on me!...Shneider had
no clue how big of a project that was going to be..trust me I
remember it well!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=27142]
Pudder, If your parents didn't have a birthday party for you
every year, you wouldn't even remember when you were
JP, , jhp@bloomberg .
Pud=Man for All Seasons
It's amazing how Pud manages to get himself interwined into the
middle of all aspects of camp history. I hear he was there with
Hal Schultz in 1960 pulling stumps for the athletic field.
Red, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=27412]
That is true, but Pud remembers it as 1953, and he was pulling
stumps with John Marks and Nick Belinke.....H had his toupee
and kept throwing it at them.
JP, , email@example.com, [Msgid=27417]
Now I'm gettin' a little tired of this shit...
Pud, , DewMan1960@aol.com, [Msgid=27421]
No Wonder Pud's Tired...
Bosco's Timber-Pic of the Week
Marksy - you hurt my feelings
Marks - Rob who????? Is that any way to talk to your former
tramp ball instructor; especially after that nice email you
sent a few months back? How many campers named Rob did you have
anyway? Rob Chapman, Rob Lazar, Rob Ely, Rob . . . . . 7 (for
the 7 stars in the sky) summers at camp Marksy - '72, '75 - 78,
'80 & '81. Am I still invited to the reunion?
Rob Schiller, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=27654]
On the theme of U.N and Pow Wow Day, I remember Seniors
Football, late in the day when it counts. Rosey was the ref,
and I was a fragile CIT. He made the call, I argued, and he
proceeded to kick the crap out of me.
Dean Salit, 574-566-0559, email@example.com, [Msgid=27738]
While your here...
To see this very page written in 'jive', or other dialects,
HERE After page opens click the 'Dialectize!' button.
I found this quite amusing.
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=28335]
For all of you thinking of staying at a hotel during reunion
weekend...you're wimps! Half the fun will be the experience of
sandy feet in the shower room, passing gas on the lower bunkbed
(so it rises above), getting materials ready for the David Gast
Memorial. I am so disappointed in my friends and compatriots
who would opt for the pleasures of a hotel room. What do you
want next...your wives to wait on you too? Don't answer that!
Anyway, hope you all liked some of the photos that Bob and
Heidi put on website. They are from the Bobbo collection.
Looking forward to seeing you next summer, except for all you
hotel weiners! Later, Bobbo Heilbronner (former head of skiing,
head counselor, weigratz juggler).
Bobbo Heilbronner, , r-Heilbronner@nwu.edu, [Msgid=28727]
The Pack is Back! (in the pack)
Nice to see Milwaukee represented!....by the way, I haven't
seen so many Packer jackets around lately...guess the
front-runner crowd has moved on!....Can't quite believe the
Colts success....it's pretty fun. Not that many people have
signed up yet for the reunion...get your registrations
in....want to see whose gonna come!...Agree with Bobbo, gotta
stay in camp...hotel was Marks' idea...need I say more!
Jeff Mossler, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=28730]
Timber-pics 2 this week
Mossler, Mossler, Mossler
I love looking at all of these Mossler postings at the same
time I look and admire my SUPER BOWL official program, my
autographed jersey of SUPER BOWL winner Brett Favre and the
official poster of the SUPER BOWL where the Packers beat the
Patriots. Until such time that the Baltimore...I mean
Indianapolis Colts (still have a hard time saying that-- you
did steal them Moss..didn't you? ) win ANYTHING but a regular
season game.....Indianapolis and losing football will forever
be known together. Though an Indiana University alumni myself,
I have always cheered for University of Wisconsin football (I
did attend Wisconsin for a year too as well as being my home
state). Hey Mossler-- let my introduce you to a new word in
your vocabulary; one you wouldn't know and won't know for many
years--- R O S E B O W L & H E I S M A N T R O P H Y !!
Need I say more?
Marksy, , email@example.com, [Msgid=28769]
Save it for ESPN
Let's not let the board turn into a ESPN chat room (besides
Marksie, Wisconsin has, and will continue to be, Michigan's
Greg Schatten, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=28787]
John, you have said more than enough! In fact, you could
refrain from messaging for months and STILL have said....more
JP, , email@example.com, [Msgid=28823]
Just checking up on things and Marks is still bashing Pud after
all these years... By the way, you still owe me a gallon of
A&W; too. Had the priviledge of Best Mensching David Raskin's
wedding in Colorado last week. My third such Timber-honor!
(Bryant Esch and Doug David's too). Grateful for having had
ya'll in my life.
Jeff Leiken, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=28989]
Bosco, It was nice of you to paste Marks' mug on a body that is
leaner than his ever was!
Jeff Mossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=29261]
One last thing to say this year:
Today is Friday!