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#1: Jennifer the starlet

Posted on 2011-09-19 19:52:34 by Rob Dixon

This has become another long message. I am copying it to your email.

I suspect that Jennifer is deleting my messages without reading them, as
I sent her a text recently to ask her to contact Gma as she was unwell.
She has had no contact from J for several weeks, although she told me
that Jennie sent an enthusiatic response to her last email saying that
she could now be in touch often.

The episode has come to nothing for now, but the shock led her to making
a new will and writing to her MP to see he couldn't wave the remaining
year of my driving ban so that I could visit her. Any contact in that
period would have bolstered her morale hugely, but Jennie seems to like
to be loved and refuses to show care and commitment.

Jennie is certainly a copy of your sister, but apparently with far less
social conscience. I will continue to love her and recognize her
birthdays and Christmas when I can, but I have to say I am ashamed of
her. Your family was a narcissistic one but they were very caring of
other people, while this girl is becoming a starlet. I don=92t hugely mis=
s
her contact, but I am worried for her and would hate her to reach thirty
with endless ambition and no achievement.

Rob

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#2: Re: Jennifer the starlet

Posted on 2011-09-19 20:14:25 by Steve Berg

> This has become another long message. I am copying it to your email.
>
> I suspect that Jennifer is deleting my messages without reading them, a=
s
> I sent her a text recently to ask her to contact Gma as she was unwell.
> She has had no contact from J for several weeks, although she told me
> that Jennie sent an enthusiatic response to her last email saying that
> she could now be in touch often.
>
> The episode has come to nothing for now, but the shock led her to makin=
g
> a new will and writing to her MP to see he couldn't wave the remaining
> year of my driving ban so that I could visit her. Any contact in that
> period would have bolstered her morale hugely, but Jennie seems to like
> to be loved and refuses to show care and commitment.
>
> Jennie is certainly a copy of your sister, but apparently with far less
> social conscience. I will continue to love her and recognize her
> birthdays and Christmas when I can, but I have to say I am ashamed of
> her. Your family was a narcissistic one but they were very caring of
> other people, while this girl is becoming a starlet. I don=92t hugely m=
iss
> her contact, but I am worried for her and would hate her to reach thirt=
y
> with endless ambition and no achievement.
>
> Rob

Is this episode one in a new Perl soap opera?

Ideas for a title:
The lines of our code.
As the compiler crunches.

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* sberg@mississippi.com *
* Sinners can repent, *
* But stupid is forever. *


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#3: Re: Jennifer the starlet

Posted on 2011-09-19 20:47:08 by Bob goolsby

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The Young and the RESTless
Perls of Our Lives

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 11:14 AM, Steve Berg <sberg@mississippi.com> wrote:

>
> > This has become another long message. I am copying it to your email.
> >
> > I suspect that Jennifer is deleting my messages without reading them, a=
s
> > I sent her a text recently to ask her to contact Gma as she was unwell.
> > She has had no contact from J for several weeks, although she told me
> > that Jennie sent an enthusiatic response to her last email saying that
> > she could now be in touch often.
> >
> > The episode has come to nothing for now, but the shock led her to makin=
g
> > a new will and writing to her MP to see he couldn't wave the remaining
> > year of my driving ban so that I could visit her. Any contact in that
> > period would have bolstered her morale hugely, but Jennie seems to like
> > to be loved and refuses to show care and commitment.
> >
> > Jennie is certainly a copy of your sister, but apparently with far less
> > social conscience. I will continue to love her and recognize her
> > birthdays and Christmas when I can, but I have to say I am ashamed of
> > her. Your family was a narcissistic one but they were very caring of
> > other people, while this girl is becoming a starlet. I don=92t hugely m=
iss
> > her contact, but I am worried for her and would hate her to reach thirt=
y
> > with endless ambition and no achievement.
> >
> > Rob
>
> Is this episode one in a new Perl soap opera?
>
> Ideas for a title:
> The lines of our code.
> As the compiler crunches.
>
> --
> * Stephen Berg *
> * sberg@mississippi.com *
> * Sinners can repent, *
> * But stupid is forever. *
>
>
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>


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