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Date:         Thu, 29 Nov 2001 01:02:20 -0500
Reply-To:     Stephen Steele <steeles@HORIZONVIEW.NET>
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From:         Stephen Steele <steeles@HORIZONVIEW.NET>
Subject:      FW: Snip your Tale of Two Snips
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> Joseph Fortino: > gotta love the snip, my wife wants me to get snipped ;) Married wife number one. Three years later, along comes son number one. Two years later, along comes son number two. Five years later and After twin sons were born...snip.( Drove to the doc in my first van...RVC.) Easy, cheap and wonderful!

Five years later... the divorce!

Four years later married again. Four years later unsnip. ( Many trips to the doc in my second van.) Hard, EXPENSIVE and questionable efficacy.

Two years later, along comes son number five. And I'm ready for the second snip! (Maybe I'll go to the doc in van # four.)

Let's see... one wife plus four sons minus two vas minus one wife plus one wife plus two vas plus one son minus two vas would equal minus four vas with five sons and one wife left over (?). Or W + 4S -2V -W + W + 2V + S - 2V = W - 4V + 5S Whew!!! All this to say I would/will do it again :)

-- Stephen Chillicothe OH

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