Happy Birthday, Salem!

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    Code Goddess Prelude's Avatar
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    Happy Birthday, Salem!

    I usually don't participate in threads like this and most certainly don't start them, but for you I'll make an exception.
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    yeah happy birthday

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    Happy bday man
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    He's probably too serious to go to GD, but what the heck
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    hb s

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    Happy B-Day Salem.
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    Happy birthday

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    Happy birthday Salem, you are well respected here.
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    Congratulations!
    Quote Originally Posted by alphaoide
    He's probably too serious to go to GD
    Total number of posts in GD by Salem: 85
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    and the hat of wrongness Salem's Avatar
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    Thank you all for the greetings.

    Mmm, half way between school and pension....
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    Man, I'm sorry I missed this one.

    Hope 4-0 was a good one.

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    happy B'day senor...

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    Many Happy Returns!

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    Happy Birthday Salem!

    Oh, and good luck with pension plans I'm sure they will be worth your while.
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