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Date:9/30/2014 3:25:27 PM
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Rusty! Do You Still Play For The Knight in Grey?
I'm kinda confused now because last active baseball season, I was asked to Coach a TAG & CAG team and as I have asked around, there doesn't seem to be anybirds who can play on my team because they've gone to another Grey team with Chloe as the Coach. I am somewhat stunned and confused as to why I was approached to do this if they have asked someone else? Is it because that many grey birds want to play? If so, who are they and where are they? I don't know what to say? I will die if I cause Miss LaLo not to play AGAIN!! If this is so, I must get the other 3 birds on a team right away. I don't understand what is happening or why....
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