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November 01, 2005

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H.

hahahahhahahahahha

That's insight of the day, isn't it?

Can Baby Yin show his will by grabbing, pointing, or some form of baby body language?

Geoff Brown, Deephaven

If you're frustrated about interogations, wait until they're teenagers! Then if you say two words, their response is, "Enough! Duh!" And if you say one word, they say, "You don't even care." But to be fair, they're friendly enough to wrap up the discussion with a cordial "Dad, you suck"....Something to look forward to!

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