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Date: 15 Dec 2006 06:22:09
From: gscace
Subject: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.

-Greg





 
Date: 18 Dec 2006 11:55:30
From: Moka Java
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
gscace wrote:

> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>
Thanks for the reminder Greg. Maddie does live on, she touched so many
people and brought so many smiles. She was a woman of the Internet in a
very big way. Her writings will forever pop up and bring a smile!

R "and it's more than just an internym" TF


  
Date: 18 Dec 2006 11:03:45
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"Moka Java" <rtwatches@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:4unvg2F198utlU1@mid.individual.net...
> gscace wrote:
>
>> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are. -Greg
>>
> Thanks for the reminder Greg. Maddie does live on, she touched so many
> people and brought so many smiles. She was a woman of the Internet in a
> very big way. Her writings will forever pop up and bring a smile!
>
> R "and it's more than just an internym" TF

The funning thing to me about this thread is how Greg started it. I could
never forget M1, but that tagline I'd forgotten. This has brought a smile
to my face. Thanks, Greg.

ken
p.s. I have 9 personal emails from M1 in my "inbox" -- I've not deleted any
I ever received from her.




   
Date: 18 Dec 2006 13:17:42
From: Alice Faber
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
In article <4uo3fnF18p36tU1@mid.individual.net >,
"Ken Fox" <morceaudemerdeThisMerdeGoes@hotmail.com > wrote:

> "Moka Java" <rtwatches@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:4unvg2F198utlU1@mid.individual.net...
> > gscace wrote:
> >
> >> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are. -Greg
> >>
> > Thanks for the reminder Greg. Maddie does live on, she touched so many
> > people and brought so many smiles. She was a woman of the Internet in a
> > very big way. Her writings will forever pop up and bring a smile!
> >
> > R "and it's more than just an internym" TF
>
> The funning thing to me about this thread is how Greg started it. I could
> never forget M1, but that tagline I'd forgotten. This has brought a smile
> to my face. Thanks, Greg.
>
> ken
> p.s. I have 9 personal emails from M1 in my "inbox" -- I've not deleted any
> I ever received from her.

A few weeks ago, I was helping my mother with some computer maintenance,
and she rather ruthlessly deleted from her addressbook a friend who had
recently passed away. I still have Madeleine in my addressbook, and
can't imagine the utter finality of deleting that address.

--
"and the snark alert level has reached "fuschia""
---zig zigalo homes in on the meat of the matter


    
Date: 18 Dec 2006 16:08:36
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Alice Faber <afaber@panix.com > wrote:

>A few weeks ago, I was helping my mother with some computer maintenance,
>and she rather ruthlessly deleted from her addressbook a friend who had
>recently passed away. I still have Madeleine in my addressbook, and
>can't imagine the utter finality of deleting that address.

It was two years after my beloved "Beemer" GSD passed away until my
wife cleaned his nose prints off the front widows of our home. He
would always sit with his chin on the sill and watch for "Mr.
Squirrel" who would sit on a branch, twenty feet away, at Beemer's eye
level and torment him. I knew the day Val cleaned the window- she
walked into my office room, holding a bottle of Windex, and tears
streaming were down her face.

M1 and I communicated a few times about our GSDs, speaking of loss,
dreading the inevitable, and sharing the joys of how much better it
was to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. In a later
conversation berated me, in her inimitable style, that the three cats
I rescued certainly were not Maine Coons, regardless of how much they
looked like her cats...


Randy "tears of joy and tears of sadness" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com




     
Date: 18 Dec 2006 18:41:56
From: Jim
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Randy G. wrote:

> Alice Faber <afaber@panix.com> wrote:
>
>
>>A few weeks ago, I was helping my mother with some computer maintenance,
>>and she rather ruthlessly deleted from her addressbook a friend who had
>>recently passed away. I still have Madeleine in my addressbook, and
>>can't imagine the utter finality of deleting that address.
>
>
> It was two years after my beloved "Beemer" GSD passed away until my
> wife cleaned his nose prints off the front widows of our home. He
> would always sit with his chin on the sill and watch for "Mr.
> Squirrel" who would sit on a branch, twenty feet away, at Beemer's eye
> level and torment him. I knew the day Val cleaned the window- she
> walked into my office room, holding a bottle of Windex, and tears
> streaming were down her face.

Do you guys know about purebred rescue?
http://www.akc.org/breeds/rescue.cfm
Somewhere there's a very lucky GSD waiting to come into your lives.
(I'm involved in Doberman rescue.)

>
> M1 and I communicated a few times about our GSDs, speaking of loss,
> dreading the inevitable, and sharing the joys of how much better it
> was to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. In a later
> conversation berated me, in her inimitable style, that the three cats
> I rescued certainly were not Maine Coons, regardless of how much they
> looked like her cats...
>
>
> Randy "tears of joy and tears of sadness" G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
>


      
Date: 18 Dec 2006 22:07:43
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Jim <askme@beforeyousend.com > wrote:

>
>Do you guys know about purebred rescue?
>http://www.akc.org/breeds/rescue.cfm
>Somewhere there's a very lucky GSD waiting to come into your lives.
>(I'm involved in Doberman rescue.)
>

Funny you should mention it-

Our first GSD (Beemer) was from the local humane society
Number 2 and 3 (both still with us) were both from GSD rescue
organizations. The first, a white female, was with a family who did
not have the time to properly take care of her (the dog was teaching
them games to get them to interact more often), and the second was
found at about 7 months old, wandering the streets of Yuba City. Odds
are he would not have made it even if someone picked him up. He was
VERY neurotic (tail chasing to the point that the tip was raw). We had
him about two years when he developed epilepsy which is a full time
job... nearly. it was why we bought the used motorhome- so we could
take him with and get away on a weekend trip once in a while. Funny
that we spent more money getting him (adoption fee) than on all our
other pets combined, including my parrot which was $80 in 1971).

There are dogs.. and then there are German Shepherds. if you don't
believe it, I suggest you argue the point with M1... ;-)

And folks, if you are thinking about a pet, please look into a local
adoption agency, whether it be the humane society or a specialized
breed rescue. Too many cats and dogs need a good home.

Randy "he limps a bit, but has a heart of gold" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com




       
Date: 19 Dec 2006 12:22:51
From: bernie
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Randy G. wrote:

> Jim <askme@beforeyousend.com> wrote:
>
>
>>Do you guys know about purebred rescue?
>>http://www.akc.org/breeds/rescue.cfm
>>Somewhere there's a very lucky GSD waiting to come into your lives.
>>(I'm involved in Doberman rescue.)
>>
>
>
> Funny you should mention it-
>
> Our first GSD (Beemer) was from the local humane society
> Number 2 and 3 (both still with us) were both from GSD rescue
> organizations. The first, a white female, was with a family who did
> not have the time to properly take care of her (the dog was teaching
> them games to get them to interact more often), and the second was
> found at about 7 months old, wandering the streets of Yuba City. Odds
> are he would not have made it even if someone picked him up. He was
> VERY neurotic (tail chasing to the point that the tip was raw). We had
> him about two years when he developed epilepsy which is a full time
> job... nearly. it was why we bought the used motorhome- so we could
> take him with and get away on a weekend trip once in a while. Funny
> that we spent more money getting him (adoption fee) than on all our
> other pets combined, including my parrot which was $80 in 1971).
>
> There are dogs.. and then there are German Shepherds. if you don't
> believe it, I suggest you argue the point with M1... ;-)
>
> And folks, if you are thinking about a pet, please look into a local
> adoption agency, whether it be the humane society or a specialized
> breed rescue. Too many cats and dogs need a good home.
>
> Randy "he limps a bit, but has a heart of gold" G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
>
I had to pull a colt off the road with a firetruck this morning
about 6am that had gotten out and been hit by a truck. I'm always
unsettled that doing that bothers me more than most human fatalities.
Kids excepted. And, I suspect, if the truth were known there are a lot
more tears shed for family pets than family members.
Bernie


        
Date: 19 Dec 2006 13:14:37
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"bernie" <bdigman@zianet.com > wrote in message
news:45883c0c@nntp.zianet.com...
> >>
> I had to pull a colt off the road with a firetruck this morning about
> 6am that had gotten out and been hit by a truck. I'm always unsettled that
> doing that bothers me more than most human fatalities. Kids excepted.
> And, I suspect, if the truth were known there are a lot more tears shed
> for family pets than family members.
> Bernie

A couple of years ago there was a front page story in the Wall Stree Journal
about how drug companies had come to decide that they could advertise and
hawk expensive medications to pet owners in TV ads. These included meds
such as the high powered and expensive meds that dogs are given for
arthritis in their latter years. Before launching these expensive keting
programs, the drug companies did a bunch of focus groups and surveys. One
question asked in the surveys was something to the effect of, "My dog
understands me better than members of my own family." Surprisingly, at
least to me, the majority of dog owners answered that question in the
affirmative.

ken




         
Date: 19 Dec 2006 19:23:55
From: Ed Needham
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
I can never be as good as my three Golden Retrievers think I am.
--
*********************
Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"
http://www.homeroaster.com
(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
*********************

"Ken Fox" <morceaudemerdeThisMerdeGoes@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:4uqvhfF19jjbrU1@mid.individual.net...
<SNIP >One
> question asked in the surveys was something to the effect of, "My dog
> understands me better than members of my own family." Surprisingly, at
> least to me, the majority of dog owners answered that question in the
> affirmative.
>
> ken
>
>




         
Date: 19 Dec 2006 14:36:33
From: jim schulman
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006 13:14:37 -0700, "Ken Fox"
<morceaudemerdeThisMerdeGoes@hotmail.com > wrote:

> Surprisingly, at
>least to me, the majority of dog owners answered that question in the
>affirmative.

When's the last time a family member agreed with you on everything,
always, in exchange for a daily feeding?


          
Date: 19 Dec 2006 15:21:59
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"jim schulman" <jim_schulman@ameritech.net > wrote in message
news:39jgo21emcd9jret9be4mo1nnda9u1p3kl@4ax.com...
> >
> When's the last time a family member agreed with you on everything,
> always, in exchange for a daily feeding?

I've tried the feeding routine, with limited success. My next move is
electrodes




 
Date: 17 Dec 2006 19:37:05
From: bernie
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
gscace wrote:

> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>

Scary st, she was. And as kind and sweet and generous as they
come. I'm so glad I knew her and got to meet her and soooo glad I never
crossed her intellect in too egregious a manner. Those skewer holes hurt.
Bernie


 
Date: 17 Dec 2006 19:33:46
From: bernie
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
gscace wrote:
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>

Scary st, she was. And was always, always of the spirit to
envelope you in her energy and kindness and brilliance if you came with
an open heart and mind. If not, she made it hilarious to those of us
watching as she undressed and skewered the offender and put them back
together without them knowing


 
Date: 16 Dec 2006 12:02:30
From: daveb
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
none the less.

dave
Barry Jarrett wrote:
> On 16 Dec 2006 04:48:27 -0800, "daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >I, too, am sorry for the loss of Miss Madeleine.
> >
>
>
> dave, she would have eloquently reamed you a new orifice, with such
> grace and elegance of language as to leave you humbled and
> unresponsive. she had no tolerance for the games of the sort you've
> been playing, and she had no inhibitions about letting the world know.
>
>
> --barry "eg. -- read her blog entry about one of her doctors"
>
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Date: 16 Dec 2006 04:48:27
From: daveb
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
I did not know her, but looking at the outpouring of sadness and
respect for her from people I have come to know,

I, too, am sorry for the loss of Miss Madeleine.

Db


jim schulman wrote:
> On 15 Dec 2006 06:22:09 -0800, "gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov>
> wrote:
>
> >Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
> >
> >-Greg
>
> Thanks for remebering, Greg.
>
> Is there any class to being mad about coffee? Madeleine proved there
> is. I miss her.



  
Date: 16 Dec 2006 11:34:19
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On 16 Dec 2006 04:48:27 -0800, "daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com > wrote:

>I, too, am sorry for the loss of Miss Madeleine.
>


dave, she would have eloquently reamed you a new orifice, with such
grace and elegance of language as to leave you humbled and
unresponsive. she had no tolerance for the games of the sort you've
been playing, and she had no inhibitions about letting the world know.


--barry "eg. -- read her blog entry about one of her doctors"

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Date: 18 Dec 2006 11:26:59
From: =?ISO-8859-15?Q?Ren=E9_van_Sint_Annaland?=
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
In article <d7b8o25athk5dae54l9hl0fpkqhhhgkqor@4ax.com >, barry@rileys-
coffee.com says...
> dave, she would have eloquently reamed you a new orifice, with such
> grace and elegance of language as to leave you humbled and
> unresponsive. she had no tolerance for the games of the sort you've
> been playing, and she had no inhibitions about letting the world know.
>=20
After my many moons of absence from alt.coffee it is lovely to see that=20
Madeleine's spirit is still alive. Indeed we are in need of her=20
writings, though.
--=20
Ren=E9 van Sint Annaland
www.justespresso.com


    
Date: 17 Dec 2006 22:34:26
From: Andy Schecter
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
René van Sint Annaland wrote:
> After my many moons of absence from alt.coffee it is lovely to see that
> Madeleine's spirit is still alive. Indeed we are in need of her
> writings, though.

Hi René, please stop by more often.
--


-Andy S.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/andy_s/sets/


     
Date: 18 Dec 2006 18:01:41
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Andy Schecter wrote:
> René van Sint Annaland wrote:
>
>> After my many moons of absence from alt.coffee it is lovely to see
>> that Madeleine's spirit is still alive. Indeed we are in need of her
>> writings, though.
>
>
> Hi René, please stop by more often.

Seconded :)

--
Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



     
Date: 17 Dec 2006 18:13:02
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"Andy Schecter" <schecter@remove.me.rochester.rr.com > wrote in message
news:SBjhh.8704$nq5.7470@twister.nyroc.rr.com...
> >
> Hi René, please stop by more often.
> --
>
>
> -Andy S.
>
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/andy_s/sets/

ditto




      
Date: 18 Dec 2006 22:29:56
From: =?ISO-8859-15?Q?Ren=E9_van_Sint_Annaland?=
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
In article <4um88lF17qts7U1@mid.individual.net >,=20
morceaudemerdeThisMerdeGoes@hotmail.com says...

>=20
> ditto=20
>=20
Ken! I am pleased to see your vocabulary has shrunk nowadays and I hope=20
you are in good health and spirit.
--=20
Ren=E9 van Sint Annaland
www.justespresso.com


       
Date: 18 Dec 2006 10:24:26
From: Andy Schecter
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
René van Sint Annaland wrote:
> Ken! I am pleased to see your vocabulary has shrunk nowadays

Uh, René, I wouldn't be so sure.... :)

--


-Andy S.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/andy_s/sets/


     
Date: 18 Dec 2006 13:44:15
From: =?ISO-8859-15?Q?Ren=E9_van_Sint_Annaland?=
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
In article <SBjhh.8704$nq5.7470@twister.nyroc.rr.com >,=20
schecter@remove.me.rochester.rr.com says...
> Ren=E9 van Sint Annaland wrote:
> > After my many moons of absence from alt.coffee it is lovely to see that=
=20
> > Madeleine's spirit is still alive. Indeed we are in need of her=20
> > writings, though.
>=20
> Hi Ren=E9, please stop by more often.
>=20
Will do, Andy.
--=20
Ren=E9 van Sint Annaland
www.justespresso.com


   
Date: 16 Dec 2006 10:52:42
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"Barry Jarrett" <barry@rileys-coffee.com > wrote in message
news:d7b8o25athk5dae54l9hl0fpkqhhhgkqor@4ax.com...
> On 16 Dec 2006 04:48:27 -0800, "daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >I, too, am sorry for the loss of Miss Madeleine.
> >
>
>
> dave, she would have eloquently reamed you a new orifice, with such
> grace and elegance of language as to leave you humbled and
> unresponsive. she had no tolerance for the games of the sort you've
> been playing, and she had no inhibitions about letting the world know.
>
>
> --barry "eg. -- read her blog entry about one of her doctors"

the obvious problem she would have confronted is that there is no spare room
in the said derriere for any more orifices. Dommage.

ken




 
Date: 16 Dec 2006 00:20:45
From: jim schulman
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On 15 Dec 2006 06:22:09 -0800, "gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov >
wrote:

>Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
>-Greg

Thanks for remebering, Greg.

Is there any class to being mad about coffee? Madeleine proved there
is. I miss her.


 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 23:10:12
From: Ed Needham
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
I still remember walking with her through the Baltimore Aquarium and
enjoying her childlike amazement at all the seemingly 'alien-like' undersea
life forms.
Life is fragile.
It was nice knowing you Madeleine.
Ed

"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote in message
news:1166192529.621673.100440@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>




 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 19:58:05
From: North Sullivan
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On 15 Dec 2006 06:22:09 -0800, "gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov >
wrote:

>Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
>-Greg

She was special. Life isn't fair but goes on. I'll always remember
her spirit.

North Sullivan
(sippin' spirits in her memory)



 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 17:36:13
From: moosemake
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Still do miss the apple cheeked, gray haired granny.

Yeah, she would have given me a good ol' slap for saying that (and
called me a "whippersnapper" or something). But she'd have giggled
just the same...

Miss ETQ as well. The neighborhood hasn't been the same since. Three
years--sigh. Bye.

sasha "still trying to find the appropriate internym"


gscace wrote:
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg



 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 23:29:34
From: Andy Schecter
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
gscace wrote:
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.

Thanks for the reminder Greg.

And thank you Madeleine Page for taking the time to grace us with your wit and
wisdom!

Missin' you, girl. :-(

--


-Andy S.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/andy_s/sets/


 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 17:57:11
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
gscace wrote:
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>

I have never deleted her last messages from my inbox, and they serve
as a reminder. Wish she was here now.

--
Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 09:40:14
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote in message
news:1166192529.621673.100440@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>

Thanks for the reminder, Greg. She is missed.

ken




 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 10:22:38
From: Jack Denver
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
Where did these 3 years go? Why are the good are taken from us early while
evil torturers die in their beds at 91?

As I think about it today, the thing that I regret the most is that my
daughter didn't really get to connect with Madeleine. What a role model - a
strong independent woman unafraid to speak her mind. An animal lover.
Someone able to connect with people from all walks of life. Maybe the Big
Guy has a plan for us all and this was part of it, but if so I sure don't
know what the hell He was thinking, 'cause we sure could use people like
Madeleine down here, now more than ever.

Coffee this morning, a stiff Scotch tonite in honor of her memory.



"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote in message
news:1166192529.621673.100440@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
> -Greg
>




  
Date: 15 Dec 2006 10:35:06
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On Fri, 15 Dec 2006 10:22:38 -0500, "Jack Denver"
<nunuvyer@netscape.net > wrote:

>As I think about it today, the thing that I regret the most is that my
>daughter didn't really get to connect with Madeleine. What a role model - a
>strong independent woman unafraid to speak her mind. An animal lover.
>Someone able to connect with people from all walks of life.

i, too, have that same regret. the "role model" status was one of the
reasons sprog got the name that she did. and yet, at times i wonder
if there is something in the name, or if it's just that we encourage
(consciously or unconsciously) maddie-the-younger towards
independence and strength. heaven knows she already speaks her mind.
she also likes pink, despite our efforts against the whole "girl =
pink" thing.

--barry "says she wants to be a doctor"

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Date: 15 Dec 2006 07:07:53
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote:

>Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>
>-Greg


For those who were not around when Maddy graced this group, my tribute
to her remains:
http://home.surewest.net/frcn/Coffee/MP.html


For those who were here, you will remember this:
---------------------------------------------
Madeleine "I like flogging as much as the next woman, but things are
getting out of hand on this damn thread" Page
----------------------------------------------


Randy " :-( " G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com




  
Date: 15 Dec 2006 14:00:21
From: FERRANTE
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.
On Fri, 15 Dec 2006 07:07:53 -0800, Randy G. <frcn@DESPAMMOcncnet.com >
wrote:

>"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov> wrote:
>
>>Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>>
>>-Greg
>
>
>For those who were not around when Maddy graced this group, my tribute
>to her remains:
>http://home.surewest.net/frcn/Coffee/MP.html

Personally, this is the first time I can remember hearing of her. I
went to your tribute page and she seemed like such a wonderful person
and having her pic there, to be able to put a face with her words, was
very nice. I enjoyed her "signatures."

I hope she knew how much she was loved in this NG.

k


  
Date: 15 Dec 2006 12:28:29
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: Visit my homepage. Sign my imaginary guestbook.

"Randy G." <frcn@DESPAMMOcncnet.com > wrote in message
news:pde5o2d3dfig7eeljnc4ao42umjie2tnua@4ax.com...
> "gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov> wrote:
>
>>Here's to you, Madeleine Page, wherever you are.
>>
>>-Greg
>
>
> For those who were not around when Maddy graced this group, my tribute
> to her remains:
> http://home.surewest.net/frcn/Coffee/MP.html
>
>
> For those who were here, you will remember this:
> ---------------------------------------------
> Madeleine "I like flogging as much as the next woman, but things are
> getting out of hand on this damn thread" Page
> ----------------------------------------------
>
>
> Randy " :-( " G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
>

And thank you again Randy for keeping it there, & for always!, as long
as you have your website!!
In remembrance,
Craig.