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Maine seacoast, sports, reading, electric guitar, RPGs
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Rick Johnson -- Power of a Man
Tom Brokaw -- The Greatest Generation
JRR Tolkien -- Lord of the Rings
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Ocean's 11 (the original)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
The Quiet Man
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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
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At 2:51pm on February 10, 2010, Professor said…
You know, Steve, I've never thought of it as "cool" until you wrote. It gives me a new perspective and I appreciate it -- thank you. On a related note, my father's name is -- wouldn't you know -- Steve. (It is spelled "Stephen", though.)
At 1:19pm on February 10, 2010, Steve M said…
Matt, I like your last name. Sooo Cool! My original name was Kim. It was changed to Steven Kimble Masters in 1965. That's another story. My second daugher, actually my youngest and baby daughter has her mother's and my middle name: Kimberley Wynell. My grandson abbreviates her name to Aunt Ber or Kimber.
 
 
 

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