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Hey! I keep up! I do! Ok, only when Lisa leaves Star and The Enquirer in the bathroom and I forget my book. ;)

- M


Fact is, Martin, you're a guy and we're girls, and we are more interested in that kind of stuff...take it from another addict over here! LOL. And hey, I don't know A THING about car racing, and you are the total expert on that. That and anything history-related. I bow to the humble God you are....LOL again.


Joking Michelle, that British humor sneaks right up on you doesn't it? Ha!

- M


I love me some Perez!


Martin---yeah, I figured it was that dry British wit over there. LOL.

And Holly--me too! Perez for President! Just kidding....well, on second thought...



Lisa, I'm back! I don't friggin' believe it!

About, living vicariously through gossip mags...only when I was younger. I used to vacuum up everything I could find. I'm still interested, but the celebs are less interesting, now. JMHO, of course. An older women's view.


I don't think my access is going to last very long, Lisa. Unfortunately!

Love Martin's sense of humour. He is a good man.

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