You’re In: DyarStraights!

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Always in Progress…

Dare Devlin
Tales of the Supreme Adventurer and his Amazing Associates!
Doc Hazzard
Newly-Discovered & Never Before Published Exploits of the World’s Most Brazen Adventurer!
Blue Moon Sparkle
Allyson’s Corner: The books that are reviewed here are, for the most part, going to be Medical History Books as that’s my real passion when it comes to reading…
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You’ve probably never heard of Iva Toguri and, if you have any association with the name “Orphan Ann” at all, it’s probably to the Little Orphan Annie comic strip…
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This site was created in 1999 to acknowledge, annotate, celebrate, commemorate, elucidate and explicate both Gundam and the High Frontier…
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(currently off-line)

7 thoughts on “You’re In: DyarStraights!”

  1. Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and detailed information you offer.

    It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same outdated rehashed information.

    Fantastic read! I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account.

  2. Was watching my boys play Angry Birds Star Wars 2, and was reminded of you. Aside from the little shit like age, skin tone, hair color, height, etc., they looked just like you!!

    1. Hi Josh!

      That’s totally too funny! What are you doing these days? Working at Intel occupies time (and pays me too!) Despite not missing AT&T, I miss all you guys!

      1. Yeah, you and some of the other crew were really “the best part of AT&T”. Not doing much. Still unemployed, if you can believe it. Fell on some bad luck, but digging clear of it now. Life has a way of being inconvenient at inopportune times.

        Intel, ah? Used to have a lady friend worked there, in accounts payables. Of course, she retired years ago. How do you like it?

        1. I so miss everyone at AT&T — we were a great group.

          Sorry to read that you’re still not working but glad to see you’re digging out from under…

          Intel is a fantastic place to work. They treat you like real human beings! I actually work directly for CDI supporting — if you ever find yourself selling Intel products, let me know!

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