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Date:9/23/2014 1:32:51 PM
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Hi Lattie Jr.
It's me, Popeye.
That's great. If we play as friends, it will be a great game, no matter who wins.
The bare chest? Well, years ago when we first moved into the house we are in now, I had a brother cockatiel named Korkey. He had the cage next to me and we were best friends. One day he strated breathing funny and dad took him to the vet. He never came back. I still miss him very much. At the same time, dad got new cages, new lighting and put is in a new part of the room. Well, all the stress of loosing my best friend and then being moved was a little too much for me and I started to pluck my feathers. Dad saw what was happening and took me to the vet and now I don't pluck any more but my feathers will not grow back. But dad loves me just as much as when I had all my feathers so I guess that's ok.
Anyway, see you at the ball park on Saturday.
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