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October 23, 2011

There's been a whole lotta plumbing going on around here. (After the old water heater kept arcing and blowing out its thermostat, we hauled it out and got a new one, requiring 12 new plumbing joints.) If there's one thing I love it's the smell of soldering, but not so much the smell of lighting the basement paneling on fire because of faulty torch-pointing on my part.



john ertel

I left you a voice mail on the CTS real life program, phone number, I am a person from you past, you may best remember me from the Ain Sootor acting class, the baskin robins production, where we shot the comical stunts at your parents home, where we chased after a lawnmower, I fell in the pool, of a ladder, slipped on a banana, ate a plant. I've been writing most of my life, and as of late most of my writing is about how and why people should value themselves, I've written a musical directed towards, teens and preteens, I'm in the process of writing a Q&A, directed towards people that have fallen short of their true self. I was wondering if you would like to colaborate and get these and other projects produced and or published. My phone# is 905 725 8139, please call me and let me know of your interest, thank you. Sincerely John Ertel
hope to here from you soon.

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You did a wonderful job fixing your plumbing problem. Kudos to that!

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