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    Since the votes from the Final 2 are sealed in a tube and stored safely in one of Mark Burnett's orifices until the live show, I doubt anyone knows. But maybe it was one of those painfully obvious things.

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    I think my dad owned this same brown shirt 20 years ago.
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    Am I going to have to dig out all my old yearbooks? See what he wrote in them?
    that will be great~provided you can still find them~
    it will be really interesting to read about things he wrote when he was young

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    Originally posted by jodaar
    I think my dad owned this same brown shirt 20 years ago.
    My husband still has a shirt like that! Except he's not allowed to wear it unless he's working around or fishing!

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    I'll look for the yearbooks this evening.

    Last edited by John; 02-03-2003 at 04:51 PM.

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    Jaybird, I have no idea whether that's true or not, but since some people don't like to read spoilers, we'd prefer if you could keep info like that that some people might see as a spoiler in separate threads that are marked so people don't wander into them.

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    I taught for seven years in the middle school with butch. He was vice principal at the time and as such took care of most of my discipline issues. Know him well and lived a couple blocks down the road from him. He is quite the outdoorsman big into hunting, etc. Very nice man would never be a jerk just to win the bucks. His only trouble could be his blustering sense of humor, until you know the guy it could be a little overwhelming in such a setting as these people were in.

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    I would say that being a principal might help him in dealing with the juvenile behaviors some of the other guys are bound to display. Hopefully he doesn't give them detention, though

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    Until now, I didn't know that this guy lives kind of close to my city. My local TV channel interviewed him, and that will be on TV tonight... but there's an article on him here:

    http://www.wmbd.com/news/default.asp...hownews&id=864
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    I rather liked him.
    He seems to have a good sense of humour and is hard working around camp.
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