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    Apologies.
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    As far as I am concerned, the last time we spoke directly he made it clear that he did not wish to have any further communication with me, so I consider the friendship severed by his own hand, and if he feels different, than he will have to speak to me directly, if such should by chance happen, I do not know what my response will be. But until he emails me I have no intentions of getting in touch with him. Unless some unexpected circumstance leads me to feel such is needed.
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    One odd incident occurred, in which after that comment he left upon my blog, I submitted a post in my blog, which was directed at him, and than he turned around and entered this post into his blog in which he tried to insinuate that I was the one who wronged him, and said I did not care about his life, and all this stuff, but than the very next day he deleted it all and since I have not heard a peep from him.
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    That sounds nice. I'm going to send some info in a private message.
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    Now I can post comments here. It's so odd. It's like Litnet gives me a two day waiting period for replying to you. Haha. I left a message for you on my own profile. It was the only way I could respond.
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    No worries, BB. Thanks again for looking. Congrats on your upcoming Norway trip!
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    Hey, B4B! I hope your little guy is feeling better! What was wrong?
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    I'm sure they could all shoot better than the British. Then, and now.
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    yea, i cant wait to read it. I've read alot on the War of Independence, but there really isn't alot of circumspect books on the topic. It was actually a funny war in that a third of the population was roughly loyalist, a third for independence, and the remaining third totally apathetic(which doesn't fit the American ideal very well-i'd imagine. Also, many loyalists came to the Caribbean after the war and they're pockets of them still here in the Bahamas (Abaco and Spanish Wells) they are integrated here and Jamaica. They speak the antiquated accent of East Coast of the 1700's-very interesting. Sort of a combination of Boston Brahmin and Carolina(of that day), and British accent. They also eat Cornish Hen, which is a unknown dish in the Caribbean. I have a time share in Spanish Wells-so I know them well.
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    Thanks. I read alot of US history so I will pick this up!
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