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Fast Eddie is the new Traveler --- I just got his ticket and itinerary. He flys to Germany next week and travels by car through the Czech Republic to Slovak Republic and flys out of Vienna Austria with a stopover in Amsterdam before returning back to the U.S. Wow 5 countries in 6 days.

No worries I have Mexico, Brazil and Japan to look forward too!!

Having fun together!!
 

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QUOTE(traveler @ Jan 20 2004, 03:36 PM)Fast Eddie is the new Traveler
But can he do this?
 

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I want a job with you too!
 

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ABDICATING??????? Good word Mike! I'm adding that to my "add this word to your vocab so you sound like a smarty pance" list LOL!!!


Very happy for you too Eddie ~ See - you'd never be able to do all this traveling if you were stuck at home with a wife and kids. Everything happens for a reason. I hope this new job brings some of the best years of your life to you ~ you deserve it!!!!!!!
 

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Wahoooooooooo Eddie!!!!!!!!!

Watch out for the women................
You know they're all looking for a good American man!!
 

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QUOTE(manana-II @ Jan 20 2004, 03:44 PM)wow! exciting, but scarey!!!
I am also happy for you Eddie... congrats!
Yeah he'll be excited after he's bent over a deep freezer, cuffed to the wall and wearing a ball gag!! Don't worry we're gonna make sure he has a good babysitter!!
 

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One entry found for abdicate.

Main Entry: ab·di·cate
Pronunciation: 'ab-di-"kAt
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -cat·ed; -cat·ing
Etymology: Latin abdicatus, past participle of abdicare, from ab- + dicare to proclaim -- more at DICTION
Date: 1541
transitive senses
1 : to cast off : DISCARD
2 : to relinquish (as sovereign power) formally
intransitive senses : to renounce a throne, high office, dignity, or function
- ab·di·ca·ble /-k&-b&l/ adjective
- ab·di·ca·tion /"ab-di-'kA-sh&n/ noun
- ab·di·ca·tor /'ab-di-"kA-t&r/ noun
synonyms ABDICATE, RENOUNCE, RESIGN mean to give up a position with no possibility of resuming it. ABDICATE implies a giving up of sovereign power or sometimes an evading of responsibility such as that of a parent <abdicated the throne>. RENOUNCE may replace it but often implies additionally a sacrifice for a greater end <renounced her inheritance by marrying a commoner>. RESIGN applies to the giving up of an unexpired office or trust <resigned from the board>.
 

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God knows I've never been accused of evading responsibility! Actually that's why we're gonna send him. So we can blame everything on him
 

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QUOTE(Shandog @ Jan 20 2004, 03:47 PM)Very happy for you too Eddie ~ See - you'd never be able to do all this traveling if you were stuck at home with a wife and kids. Everything happens for a reason. I hope this new job brings some of the best years of your life to you ~ you deserve it!!!!!!!
<_< why couldn't you if your wife didnt work amd you were going specifically for work ??
 
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