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    By the way, who is the older guy who was wearing the Fordham cap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidtownGuy
    Well, I'll speak for myself and say I'm very pleased that you've joined us.
    Well... I'm still a "young member" here... but I'll "grow up"!
    MidTownGuy! That's very kind of you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by londonlawyer
    By the way, who is the older guy who was wearing the Fordham cap?
    LL, he was a friend of the middle-aged woman wearing a dark blue sweatshirt and jeans. And in turn she was one of JB's professors.

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    I feel like a doofus.

    I got 1/2 of the way to the office (walking through NYC) before I realized I still had my nametag on... :P

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    Me too. I forget exactly when I realized, but I know it was at least for the subway ride over to Krulltime's pad..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjahedge
    I feel like a doofus.

    I got 1/2 of the way to the office (walking through NYC) before I realized I still had my nametag on... :P
    nope..nope..i call it a badge of honor..

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    So, kz I guess you got to look out at krulltime's magnificent view?

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    Yes I did. Absolutely incredible! It was surreal to see that perspective of the Hudson spreading out in all directions in person. Krull also showed me the building's fitness room, locker room, pool and courtyard. Amazing to see in person exactly the quality that Trump supplies to those who fork over that kind of mooolah....

    ...and I saw a quite a few fine looking honeys (of course with their dogs) too! Without a doubt the best part, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kznyc2k
    LL, he was a friend of the middle-aged woman wearing a dark blue sweatshirt and jeans. And in turn she was one of JB's professors.
    Rats, I thought it was Zip!

    Amiable looking guy.

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    ablarc, I know this is probably wrong, , but in my mind I imagine you to resemble a somewhat more handsome Gore Vidal.

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    More likely Gore Vidal's a somewhat more handsome ablarc.

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    Great job guys. Touching and inspiring photos.

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    Smile Message from JB's Dad

    I hope he won't mind, but I think this kind note deserved to be shared with all who supported this project financially, with labor, with good vibes and with prayer...

    rob...my daughter and i visited maggie's garden on sunday the 28th, jb's
    birthday. we couldn't get inside the park because we came at the wrong time,
    but we were able to see a nice peaceful spot. we are very pleased with the
    outcome and we deeply appreciate all your effort on this project.


    thanks again. tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynRider
    I hope he won't mind, but I think this kind note deserved to be shared with all who supported this project financially, with labor, with good vibes and with prayer...

    rob...my daughter and i visited maggie's garden on sunday the 28th, jb's
    birthday. we couldn't get inside the park because we came at the wrong time,
    but we were able to see a nice peaceful spot. we are very pleased with the
    outcome and we deeply appreciate all your effort on this project.


    thanks again. tom
    Thank you, Rob, for sharing this precious and moving message, which brought tears to my eyes.

    It can't have been easy to take such a journey, but it reinforces this community's resolve to make a difference and, I truly hope, Tom, that it brought peace and serenity to you and your daughter.

    JB's radiance will forever shine on us all.

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