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Thursday, October 04, 2007



Great, great pictures! I can't beivele everything you got to do. It sounds amazing. Loved that Empire State Building made of Legos. I think you did more in those few days than I did living 50 miles from NYC for thirteen years...wish I was joking. Hey, I'm waiting to hear the next part of the story!

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