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Jon Gallagher
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Well, here goes...

I do counted cross stitch.

Not cute little bears and bunnies, but large, ornate things that take up to a year and more to finish. Some of my projects have had more than 80,000 stitches in them.

I also like building doll houses. Anything that has a lot of details in it, I guess.

And if anyone calls me a sissy.... doggone it, I'll have my wife or daughter beat you up!


Hey! I'm finally a Dot Com!
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That took guts. Lots and lots of guts. Smile
kihei kid
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Figure 8 drag boat racing with skiers in tow.
Full contact Golf.
Stacking BBs.
68 Mustang I like a lot.
In loving memory of Hughie Thomasson 1952-2007.

You brought something beautiful to this world, you touched my heart, my soul and my life. You will be greatly missed.

Until we meet again “my old friend”.
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On 2004-02-23 06:54, Samuel Catoe wrote:
Studying Samurai culture
Martial Arts
Weapons training
Shooting (I am one of the marksmen at work)
Hunting (once in a while but nothing serious)

Whoa! I don't want to be around Samuel when he's in a bad mood! :^D
Reis O'Brien
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Jon Gallagher is, by far, the bravest man I have ever seen.

Yo, dpe666, I play electric guitar too! Let's start a band! We would ROCK!
Homo vult decipi; decipiatur
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Here's mine:
Snowboarding (my favorite hobby... ever... in the world... even more so than magic)
Piano (been since kindergartin and still going strong)
Electric guitar (got one for birthday a little over a year ago)
Gamecube (there are some real classics on that little box)
Racquetball (i love playing cutthroat)
Basketball (gym class, the ymca, anywhere)
Skateboarding (occasionally)
And I started collecting antique playing card decks
Jon Gallagher
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On 2004-02-24 13:41, Firedice27 wrote:
Jon Gallagher is, by far, the bravest man I have ever seen.

Well, I wouldn't go up to the Sturgis Rally and brag about cross stitching..... but I figured here in the Café, I'd be okay. After all, Rosie Greer, former lineman for the LA Rams also does cross stitch. If HE wants to go to Sturgis and brag.....

Uh... I also know how to crochet. Smile

Hey! I'm finally a Dot Com!
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While Magic will always be first and foremost since it is my livlihood, I also enjoy the following:

Cooking (what can I say? I'm Italian)
HomeBrewing Beer
& Collecting odd things for my museum.
All the Best
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I like to dance
Researching different things
Looking at pretty things

There is something else, I can't remember. Smile
By the time you read this, you've already read it.
Hideo Kato
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Eating (What can I say? I'm Japanese).
Drinking wine. (not Japanese wine).
Bowling. (To lose weight increased by aforementioned hobbies).

Hideo Kato
Jonathan Townsend
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You sure you want to know?

People, Semiotics, NLP, history, Science, Art, Mathematics, sunrises and sunsets...

Watching TV with the sound off
Listening to one station while watching another
Flipping channels and enjoying the non-sequitors all the coins I've dropped here
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On 2004-02-24 13:41, Firedice27 wrote:
Jon Gallagher is, by far, the bravest man I have ever seen.

Well to some it may seem strange but my friend Frank has done it for years. I have a tapestry he made. It's extremely difficult to take, as a gift, something that took NINE MONTHS to create. I cherish it far more than most gifts I've received. Very special indeed.

Oh by the way Jon, I've already sent you a custom "I love cross stitching!" T-shirt. Go ahead and wear it even at Sturgis.
Parson Smith
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Computing(Mac only)
Writing poetry
and eating
Here kitty, kitty,kitty. Smile
+++a posse ad esse+++
Josh Riel
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Herpetoculture, Fish (fresh & salt), Origami, Woodworking, Feeder breeding, Piano, The Café'.
Magic is doing improbable things with odd items that, under normal circumstances, would be unnessecary and quite often undesirable.
Eric Leclerc
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I make impossible bottles in my spare time..... anyone familiar with these things??
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Let's see...

Did anyone ever put together and paint the old Aurora Monster Models from the 60's and 70's? Frankenstein, Wolfman, Hunchback, Phantom of the Opera, Dracula, Batman/Robin, Superman, Forgotten Prisoner of Castle Mare, Mummy, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Godzilla, King Kong, etc...?

I did them as a kid, and when they were re-issued not too long ago I built them all again. As for the original ones we built as kids...well...often we would take them outside, put firecrackers in them and blow them up (after we got tired of them sitting on our shelves). My current ones now occupy a proud top shelf in the guest room.

My wife's cousin always stays in the guest room whenever in town, and always forgets that when he turns off the lights, the glow in the dark pieces on some of the models are looking right at him!

My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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Magic, sports, Unreal Tournament 2k4. YEA
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Painting & drawing.
Computer graphics, web sites and animation.
Watching TV.

In the past:
Fishing, hunting, backpacking, camping.
Advanced Dungeon and Dragons.
Reading books and comics.
Drinking beer.
Erich Troudt
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I love the polynesian and hawaii life...and my backyard is my little piece of paradise. Those interested in seeing pics of my tiki hut can click below
scott b.
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Magic I definetely say is the biggest one (Until college is over, atleast.)
Boxing (Well sports overall, but boxing the most)
Watching movies and dvds
Playing around on the computer (not really games a whole lot, but just stupid stuff)
And used to play guitar but have been out for awhile.
Thanks! Scott B.

"I don't know the key to success . . . but the key to failure is trying to please everybody." - Bill Cosby
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