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  Laura Lee Lenarz Shiffermiller
Saturday, March 29, 2014

Join me on FaceBook - this may change ... but in 2014, this is the best way for all of us to stay in touch. After all, we do not want our children and grandchildren to think we are geezers! Come on, Bulldogs!

 

https://www.facebook.com/laura.shiffermiller

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  Tom Lickert
Monday, December 5, 2011
Happy Holidays.  Hope your doing fine.   The New Year is almost upon us.   I have a lot to be thankful about hope you do to.

Toast to you health and have a prosperous New Year.
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  Fran Wilson Titze
Monday, January 24, 2011
Happy New Year Everyone and Happy 60th. 
Wow can you believe we have and are entering into the 60's again but this time it our age!  Lets make the most out of the next 10 years, everyday counts, big time now.  I am learning that as I look at our "In Memoriam" page and having illness strike around me.
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  Kent Titze
Friday, February 26, 2010
 How's This For Nostalgia?

All the girls had ugly gym uniforms?



It took three minutes for the TV to warm up?




Nobody owned a purebred dog?



When a quarter was a decent allowance?



You'd reach into a muddy gutter for a penny?



Your Mom wore nylons that came in two pieces?



You got your windshield cleaned, oil checked, and gas pumped, without asking, all for free, every time? And you didn't pay for air? And, you got trading stamps to boot?



Laundry detergent had free glasses, dishes or towels hidden inside the box?



It was considered a great privilege to be taken out to dinner at a real restaurant with your parents?



They threatened to keep kids back a grade if they failed. . and they did it!



When a 57 Chevy was everyone's dream car...to cruise, peel out, lay rubber or watch submarine races, and people went steady?



No one ever asked where the car keys were because they were always in the car, in the ignition, and the doors were never locked?



Lying on your back in the grass with your friends?
and saying things like, 'That cloud looks like a... '?


Playing baseball with no adults to help kids with the rules of the game?



Stuff from the store came without safety caps and hermetic seals because no one had yet tried to poison a perfect stranger?



And with all our progress, don't you just wish, just once, you could slip back in time and savor the slower pace, and share it with the children of today.



When being sent to the principal's office was nothing compared to the fate that awaited the student at home?


Basically we were in fear for our lives, but it wasn't because of drive-by shootings, drugs, gangs, etc. Our parents and grandparents were a much bigger threat! But we survived because their love was greater than the threat.

. .as well as summers filled with bike rides, Hula Hoops, and visits to the pool, and eating Kool-Aid powder with sugar.
Didn't that feel good, just to go back and say, 'Yeah, I remember that'?



I am sharing this with you today because it ended with a Double Dog Dare to pass it on. To remember what a Double Dog Dare is, read on. And remember that the perfect age is somewhere between old enough to know better and too young to care.


Send this on to someone who can still
remember Howdy Doody and The Peanut Gallery, the Lone Ranger, The Shadow knows, Nellie  Bell ,  Roy  and Dale, Trigger and Buttermilk.


How Many Of These Do You Remember?

Candy cigarettes


Wax Coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water inside.



Soda pop machines that dispensed glass bottles.


Coffee shops with Table Side Jukeboxes.


Blackjack, Clove and Teaberry chewing gum.


Home milk delivery in glass bottles with cardboard stoppers.



Newsreels before the movie.

Telephone numbers with a word prefix...(  Yukon  2-601). Party lines.



Peashooters.


Howdy Do
ody.

Hi-Fi's & 45 RPM records.



78 RPM records!



Green Stamps
.


Mimeograph paper.

The  Fort   Apache  Play Set.


Do You Remember a Time When..

Decisions were made by going 'eeny-meeny-miney-moe'?
Mistakes were corrected by simply exclaiming, 'Do Over!'?
'Race issue' meant arguing about who ran the fastest?



Catching The Fireflies Could Happily Occupy An Entire Evening?




It wasn't odd to have two or three 'Best Friends'?




Having a Weapon in School meant being caught with a Slingshot?


Saturday morning cartoons weren't 30-minute commercials for action figures?



'Oly-oly-oxen-free' made perfect sense?

Spinning around, getting dizzy, and falling down was cause for giggles?

The Worst Embarrassment was being picked last for a team?

War was a card game?



Baseball cards in the spokes transformed any bike into a motorcycle?

Taking drugs meant orange - flavored chewable aspirin?



Water balloons were the ultimate weapon?



If you can remember most or all of these, Then You Have Lived!!!!!!!


Pass this on to anyone who may need a break from their 'Grown-Up' Life . .

I Double-Dog-Dare-Ya!
 
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  Mimi
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Hey everyone...Just wanted to let you know how much fun it was to see everyone again. I had so much fun!!
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  Kent Titze
Sunday, December 13, 2009

Classmates,

Maintaining this website
it currently cost $129.00 a year to maintain this web-site. We need to re-up in April. Some of you have asked if you can help, the answer of course is yes! Any contributions are appreciated. I will keeps a running total and post contributors names or you can donate anonymously if you prefer.
To date we have received no contributions. Send contributions by payment on website or in a check or money order to...

Fran Titze
2342 East Sequoia Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85024
any excess funds will be applied to the following year(s)

Thanks!!!!!

Kent
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  Rhonda
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Okay folks.......start downloading your photos from the 40th to the album Kent created. 
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  Steve Bendy
Thursday, November 19, 2009
I stumbled across this site while looking for old friends from Burke and even though I am from the class of 1970, wanted to share something with your class.

I transferred from the all-boys school Creighton Prep to attend a brand-new Burke in 1967-68, which was my sophomore year.

The classes that I took that first year were mostly junior-level (class of 1969) classes. Can you imagine being a young skinny kid with glasses sitting in the same class with older women, like Patty Higgins, Debbie Brown and Roxanne Shaffhausen? "women that were Burkettes, and cheerleaders? I thought I had died and gone to heaven.

I can still hear Duane Thompson say "Miss Higgins, what are you doing?" as she was not as attentive as she should have been in chemistry lab. She smiled and charmed him, and as her assigned lab partner I helped her complete her assignment.

I doubt that she remembers me, but she treated me with respect, as did everyone from the class of 1969. I looked up to you guys and I always will.

So to Miss Higgins whom I had such a crush on and every other member of the class of 1969 who treated me with such respect " thank you" for the memories. Also thank you to all the teachers that did what they did for more than just a paycheck. Thank you for making high school and Burke what it was, and it was something special.
 
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  Tom Lickert
Friday, October 16, 2009
Man what a time, can't remember when I enjoyed life quite as much as the two days I spent with everyone at the reunion.  It was priceless enjoyed every minute from the boat to the trolly and the dance.  Fran and crew did a fantastic job of it.  Wilke was as funny as ever made us laugh several times.  Higgins gave her tweets at dance which were absoulutly precious unforgetable love the story about teaching  her kids how to gag.    Your husband is killer.   Kent what can I say your the man, loved hangin with Saturday.   I loved dancin with all the girls Mary Ann, Gayle your classy thats why I love ya.  Laura and Debbie the bus ride was unforgetable I treasure the time we had to catch up.   Rhonda your without a doubt one beautiful spirit.  Marcy what can I say we spun around so much but neither of us got dizzy we had a time of it.  Line Dance with Herbie Husker was priceless.  Gayle Slaughter Nancy Fox my home girls they made me happy I was there again.   Mimi Graig and Colleen sitting on the couch that was classic.  Norm your wife's a gem.  Thanks Greg for the sip of that 200 year old techilla it still tasted like gaselone to me.   Most of thanks for the hand on the back of my neck sent shivers down my spine.   I had a great time for you that missed this party you missed the time your life it was all there you just had to take the time to have some fun.   Dave W. your are a piece work nice job callling Dorsey enjoyed talking with everyone.  Parting was such sweet sorrow.  I love those Burke girls always have always will.
Chris made it all real bless you.  Till next time.
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  Rhonda
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Huge "Thank you's" to everyone who worked on this 40th reunion.  They did a great job from both ends of the U.S.  There was a lot of talk about doing another one in 5 years (45) because if we wait until our 50th - we will be close to 70 years old - How did that happen?????

Everyone needs to keep this website going and not let it slip away like the last one did. 

Again, the 40th was a great time and I look forward to seeing most of the photos.

Thank you, Kent, Fran, Chris, Nancy, Kathy and Mark.

Rhonda
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  Pete-or-Bob Peterzen
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Congradulations to all involved.
Awaiting photos (and other reports).
Maybe this, or similar, site can be maintaind (as per Mark - also glad he is feeling better - understood where he came from from my personal experiance in other activities) - seems previous sites died.
If need $$ (dues) to maintain - can help (I think I sent money to attempted "alum assoc"? - but without getting any info - even e-mail renewal reminder - forgot about it).
Cheers, Pete (r-Bob)
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  Klinker
Sunday, October 4, 2009
It is a beautiful Sunday morning in  Omaha, Nebraska.  There is a spring in my step and a song in my heart.  The last two nights with my classmates was a joyful experience.  I'm soooo grateful I didn't miss it.  For those of you who did miss it, don't miss the next one.  Since the only ones who are reading this are already familiary with the web site, pass this on to classmates whose emails you know.  We don't have to be rah, rah, rah for the next five years, but can it hurt to just have an email "hi" every year or so?

Anyway, Thanks again to Kent, Fran and Chris. I understand that others worked hard as well,  Nancy Fox, Gayle De Buse and Kathy Cain and probably others.  You did a great job!

I am posting my address to the Class.  Its a combination of what I intended to say, what I said, and what I wished I'd said.

WELCOME TO CLASS AND GUESTS
 
WELCOME TO OMAHA. 
FOR THOSE OF US WHO LIVE HERE THIS IS A CHANCE TO APPRECIATE AND SHOW OFF OUR CITY
 
FOR THOSE WHO VISIT REGULARLY, A CHANCE TO CHECK ON PROGRESS
 
FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN’T BEEN HERE FOR 10 OR MORE YEARS, A CHANCE TO MARVEL AT THE CHANGES—THE QWEST CENTER, THE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE, THE RIVERFRONT DEVELOPMENT, THE WEST DODGE EXPRESSWAY.
 
THIS IS KIND OF A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RAH, RAH MOMENT, BUT
I WAS TALKING TO MARK RALLES LAST IGHT AND HE WONDERED IF WE UNDERSTAND HOW FORTUNATE WE ARE TO LIVE IN THE CITY OF OMAHA.
 
WHETHER YOU ARE HERE TONIGHT FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY OR FROM ACROSS THE STREET YOU CAN BE PROUD OF WHAT OUR CITY HAS BECOME.
 
BUT TO THE TASK AT HAND. HERE WE ARE CERTAINLY OLDER, AND, WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS, GRAYER, BALDER, FATTER WRINKLIER. I ASSUME MOST OF US ARE AT LEAST HALF WAY TO BEING ORPHANS. FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE KIDS THEY ARE PRETTY WELL GROWN. MANY OF US ARE SEEING OUR GRANDCHILDREN BORN AND GROWING UP. LIFE HAS GONE ON.
 
BUT I WILL TELL YOU AND I HOPE YOU CAN JOIN ME IN THE EXPERIENCE, THAT TONIGHT AND LAST NIGHT AS I MET YOU, I SAW YOU AS THE EIGHTEEN YEAR OLDS OF FORTY YEARS AGO, YOUR FRESH FACES KEPT ALIVE IN MEMORIES AND PHOTOGRAPHS, BUT WITH THE MATURITY NOW TO RECOGNIZE THAT THE REALITY OF IT WAS FLEETING, BUT THE MEMORIES ARE FOR A LIFETIME.
 
THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR ELECTING ME YOUR PRESIDENT AND GIVING ME ONCE AGAIN THE OPPORTUNITYTO SAY WHAT IS ON MY HEART AND I HOPE THAT MY SENTIMENTS RING TRUE TO YOU.
 
PUT SOMETHING IN YOUR HAND, BECAUSE I WANT TO PROPOSE FOUR TOASTS.
 
TO ALL OF OUR CLASSMATES WHO ARE NOT HERE TONIGHT WHETHER THEIR ABSENCE IS AS A RESULT OF DISTANCE, CIRCUMSTANCE OR APATHY, THEY ARE PART OF OUR LIVES AND THIS OCCASION. 
 
TO ALL OF OUR CLASSMATES WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY AND WHOSE FACES WE WILL NOT SEE AGAIN IN THIS WORLD, EXCEPT IN OUR PHOTOGRAPHS AND OUR MEMORIES, THEY ARE PART OF OUR LIVES AND THIS OCCASION.
 
TO ALL OF US HERE FROM THE BURKE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1969, TO US AS THE MEN AND WOMEN WE HAVE GROWN TO BE AND TO THE FRESH FACED EIGHTEEN YEAR OLDS THAT WE WERE AND TO ALL THE LIFE THAT HAS HAPPENED IN BETWEEN.
 
FINALLY, TO KENT TITZE, FRAN WILSON TITZE AND CHRIS WIRTHWEIN, FOR HAVING THE INITIATIVE AND DETERMINATION TO MAKE THIS REUNION HAPPEN FOR ALL OF US, AND FOR DOING IT FROM COAST TO COAST, AND FOR NOT GIVING UP ON ME. SALUTE
 
I HOPE THAT WE CAN USE THE TECHNOLOGY THAT HAS COME ALONG TO KEEP UP THEIR WEB SITE AND THAT WE CAN ALL CONTINUE TO USE IT TO KEEP UP ON THINGS.
 
HAVE A GREAT TIME GIVE LOTS OF HUGS, HAVE A LOT OF LAUGHS, SHED A FEW TEARS.
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  Mark Klinker
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
September 30, 2009
 
Okay, Okay! I’ll try to clarify, but I’ll probably make it worse.
 
Being thrown under the bus was the least important of anything I had to say, not that anything I have to say is all that important, but let’s put the bus behind us (so to speak). Not only do I understand and accept Kent, Chris & Fran’s (hereinafter KCF) explanation for mentioning me in the invitation flyer, they pay me respect in ways I don’t deserve by saying, in effect, don’t wait for an “official” reunion from Mark, this is the reunion. Fair enough.
 
And yes, I brought it on myself by not responding to them. Two things: 1) I never figured that I’d be working as hard as I am once I got the kids through college and some of my contemporaries are retiring, so I never got around to responding; and 2) I knew that if I did call back they would have to listen to my tirade as posted. So all the way around, I haven’t been very fair to KCF. (Although I have commended them and continue to commend them for doing what they are doing.)
 
I’m not mad. I’m not pouting. I’m not pointing fingers or trying to make anybody feel guilty. I don’t want anyone to feel sorry for me and above all else, I don’t want to rain on this reunion. My classmates, whether they have participated or not, are the best classmates a person could have, and I treasure my memories of you.
 
Do I have a bad taste in my mouth over the Alumni Association? Yes. Although I may want to think its more nuanced (thank you John Kerrey) I may be just a little burned out. However, I do think that a conversation about why so many graduates from our class and others, have no interest in their high school classes. Why can Central, Benson, North and Westside have such dynamic alumni groups and Burke cannot? Is it a fair statement that for a majority of kids high school is/was just something to get through? Is it unique to Burke?
 
You might want to take a look on Classmates.com for the postings regarding the Alumni Association? The postings demonstrate some of the attitudes toward high school that I am referring to. Arlo Burk ’75 continues to keep the flame of the Alumni Association burning, bless his heart.   God Bless Steve Vogt, too! He posted that he would join such an organization if it was formed. Steve, you joined! You were the first to join! You paid your dues for three years! Maybe you and Arlo should talk.
 
I think I am going to commit myself to being more active on Classmates.com, if I ever figure out how it works. (Rhonda has promised to show me.) Or if there is another venue where people keep in touch, I’ll do that. In this electronic age, there really is no excuse for not keeping in touch. (except the constraints of time) and as you can see once I get going I find it hard to stop.
 
Thank you all for reading the rantings of a madman. Thank you, Kent, Chris and Fran for keeping the faith. Have a GREAT time this week end. I’ll see you at the fiftieth.
 
Yours, Mark    maklinker@hotmail.com
 
 
P.S. I also don’t go to Husker football games anymore. I might have to sit next to some goofus in bib overalls and a red cowboy hat!!!! (Ask Kent)
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  Fran
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Ok, I am getting a lot more people that want to go on the Trolley.  So I will find out tomorrow if we can get 2.  If you havent't signed up, let me know so I can see if we can swing it!

Fran
 
 
  Kent Titze
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Let's get ready for this.
Listen to these

http://www.tropicalglen.com/Jukebox/65-69Top/myjukebox.swf
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  Fran Wilson
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Well everything is about done and Friday is 2 short days away.
Ollie the Trolley is full, sorry no more reservation.  We have people coming that haven't been to a reunion before so that is great.  It appears the numbers are higher than 10 years ago, for sure for 1999's Friday event, so that is a "wow" for me.  Traditionally it should be less but not so.......yeah!!!!
For those of you not able to come this time, keep checking the website for stories about the reunion of 09 and pictures.

Fran
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  Monte White
Sunday, September 27, 2009
Sorry to have to cancel, I'll miss seeing everyone, especially Rick B. and Reggy W.. I'm still working and have to go L.A. this week.
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  Kent Titze
Friday, September 18, 2009
Thomas (Kent) Titze
Pro per
Defendant
 
vs... 
 
Mark A. Klinker
Attorney at Law
Plaintiff 
 
IN DEFENSE OF ACCUSATIONS OF THROWING YOU UNDER THE BUS
 
Case No. 69
 
 
 
DEFENDANT TITZE’S
RESPONSE TO ACCUSATIONS
 
 
COMES NOW Defendant, Thomas Kent Titze,  and hereby gives notice to all parties, that Kent does hereby join in Defendants’ Fran Titze aka Wilson and Chris Wirthwein  (hereinafter referred to as “We”), in response to said claims made by Mark A. Klinker (hereinafter referred to as “Mark”),
  1. "Mark's" claim of being "Thrown under the bus" is disputed and "We" feel is a gross misrepresentation of our intent and is a direct result of "Marks" own inaction.
  2. We thank ”Mark" for and accept his recognition that "WE" have taken the lead in doing something for those who want to participate in a class reunion. 
  3. "We" thank "Mark “and recognize his efforts in helping with the four previous reunions, 10, 20, 25 & 30.  We feel it relevant that "We" state that several attempts by 4 different people were made to contact ”Mark" (with no response). "We" were left with a feeling that "Mark" did not care enough to respond. A simple “I am not going to do it again." and a proper delegation of "Marks" elected authorities may have prevented his feeling of being thrown under the bus.
  4. Yes, "We" agree fifty percent of our class have never been involved in planning a reunion, have never attended a reunion and have never even bothered to return a questionnaire are probably the same fifty percent of our class that choose not to participate in anything but going to school back in 1969. "We" further agree that those of us who care now are the ones who cared then, subsequently some of us cared to have a 40th reunion and so "We" volunteered.
  5. It was the choice of students not to be involved in the High School Experience back then as it is their choice whether or not to attend the reunions. "We" don't want to be involved with setting up an alumni association, gathering a bunch of Burke High School class Presidents together, or changing the world at this point.  We want to revisit old and ignite new friendships and share our life experiences with all our classmates whether or not they enjoyed athletics, or cheerleading, or drama, or music or general popularity or sex or alcohol or fighting (some of that might just be me) In our defense  We are the Class of 69 "Mark" is our elected President. "We have wanted and continue to want ”Mark” to be a part of the 40th reunion, if only as a figurehead. The "back page" comment was an honest explanation as to why "We" took it upon ourselves to make sure there was a 40th reunion for those of us who choose to participate. Had "We" had  been as popular and as fortunate as  "Mark" to be elected President of our class I am sure "WE" would have organized this event, delegated someone else to, or at the very least responded to email and phone calls. (I  think I can use the word despotic if I am despotic)
  6. "We" would have preferred "Mark" take the high road in sending a motivating positive invitation to all our classmate, to come hear him welcome "Us" to what will prove to be a fun filled two days of sharing old friendships and new fellowship at the "Class of 69" 40th year reunion.
Prior to this posting and prior to posting Marks recent Blog, we extended to him an opportunity to come and stand in solidarity with his brothers and sisters who do care. Once again "Mark" did not respond.
 "WE" rest our case.
All kidding aside, this is a fun, "tongue in cheek" attempt to explain our involvement.  We truly want Mark to attend and it would not be the same without him.
We would prefer to throw him on "Olly the Trolley"!
 
RESPECTIVELY SUBMITTED
KENT TITZE                                                SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
 
 
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  Mark Klinker
Friday, September 11, 2009
MARK A. KLINKER
Attorney at Law
7777 “L” Street
Ralston, Nebraska 68127
(402) 331-3330 / Fax: (402) 331-6816
mklinker@ralstonlaw.net
 
                                                                        September 10, 2009
 
 
Since I got thrown under the bus in the invitation, I thought I’d say a few words.
 
First, I’m pleased that Chris, Fran and Kent have taken the lead in doing something for those who want to participate in a class reunion. 
 
Second, I’ve been involved with the planning of four reunions, 10, 20, 25 & 30. I was glad to do it. I don’t begrudge doing it. Despite what I’m about to say, I don’t regret doing it. I am not going to do it again. When I got the flyer, I said to myself, “wow, it might be nice to go to a reunion where I had no responsibility, no preparation, no role whatsoever. I just might go….” Then I got to the back page.
 
Before you single me out for a lack of involvement, contemplate the fully fifty percent of our class who have never been involved in planning a reunion, who have never attended a reunion and who have never even bothered to return a questionnaire or any other response to reunion mailings. The sad truth is the majority of people just don’t care about high school. (Don’t forget to add the people you can’t find. They know where and when they graduated from high school. They really don’t care.) 
 
Those of us who care now are the ones who cared then. We had athletics, or cheerleading, or drama, or music or general popularity that made high school a pleasant experience for us. But for the majority, high school was something to get through. For many it was worse - unpopularity at school and misery at home. They don’t look back fondly on high school days.   
 
Janis Ian had a point. I didn’t learn the truth at seventeen. I learned it shortly after our last reunion. I was approached to start a Burke High School Alumni Association. I agreed on the condition that my right hand man John Wilke would also be involved. He agreed and for four years we, along with a whole lot of other true believers knocked ourselves out trying to drum up support for an alumni association. I don’t think we ever got more than two hundred fifty members – out of nearly ten thousand graduates! I got nasty letters, telling me that their experience at Burke High School was the worst time of their lives and never contact them again. I wrote a personal letter to each of the 25 class presidents asking whether being class president had had any meaningful impact on their lives. One response. Nobody cares.
 
I’m not ungrateful. I was honored then and I am honored now that you chose me for your class president. I haven’t turned hippie or radical egalitarian (I don’t think you can use the word egalitarian if you are egalitarian). I just have an appreciation for those “whose names are never called when choosing sides at basketball”. Its not that I don’t care; I’m just standing in solidarity with my brothers and sisters who don’t care.
 
Show up at this shin-dig. Prove me wrong.
 
             
 Yours,                                                                       Mark A. Klinker
 
 
 
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  Thomas Lickert
Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Man Johnny O & Skid Row who bright idea was to have these guys back. 

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  Jim Holzapfel
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
I think I better crash this shindig & show the 69er's how to Patay!!!
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  Kent Titze
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
I want to invite Denny Sheer so I can watch him slap Tierney around again!
and...
If anyone know Mr. Delanney tell him I CAN'T STAND HIM EITHER!
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  russell neuahsu
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Bulldogs,

I want to see our Calculus class and Mr Bantner's advanced physics class attend.  I will bring my brand new slide rule for all to see and admire.

russell neuhaus
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