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Topic: the (in)famous goat award! (7 msgs / 137 lines)
1) From: gin
Ben:
I think we should post the rules and regs for the "goat award" so everyone will know about it. We have tweeked their interest thios afternoon.
ginny

2) From: gin
Just what I had in mund Ben. Do yopu want to be the keeper of the goat or should we ask if anyone want to keep the goat?
gin

3) From: gin
John:
It could be if the whiners got up there in number.
Are you offering to be the "GK"?
g

4) From: Ben Treichel
Well first we should have an official keeper of the goat! Someone that 
has alchemy with goats. Then people should nominate people for the goat 
award by bleating to the official keeper about got their goat From the 
submissions, the keeper of the goat picks the residence for the goat 
that week.
???
gin wrote:
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5) From: AlChemist John
You make it sound like a chore.
Sometime around 07:19 1/17/2004, gin typed:
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
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6) From: John Abbott
AlChemist John wrote:
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Being the keeper of the Goat isn't all ba a a a a d (you bleating hearts 
excepted)! We have a large (100+) goat herd not too far west of here 
that wanders down the railroad tracks and keeps the weeds down. I 
haven't seen a dog - just an old herder that doesn't move fast. Goats 
and goat milk is very big in Mexico and southern Texas.

7) From: Pecan Jim Gundlach
On Jan 17, 2004, at 10:23 AM, John Abbott wrote:
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      And goat herds for milk and meat is becoming more popular in 
Alabama as well.  I think in ten years or so goat milk will be in the 
dairy case almost everywhere.
      Jim Gundlach


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