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Wade Joseph

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The wife and I have decided to add another to the list of those threatening the fish populations. This is a preview of the next addition to the Joseph Family.

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Congrats, sir.

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Congrats, Wade! Well, congratulate Mrs. Wade for me, too. She'll be the one doing pretty much all the work from here until birth. grin.gif

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Congrats Wade and Mrs. Wade.

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Congrats Wade and Mrs. Wade this is a good day. My your dreams be filled with love and a new fish on the line smile.gif.

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Wade, Congrats to you and your wife.

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Awesome! Best of luck to your family!

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The wife and I have decided to add another to the list of those threatening the fish populations. This is a preview of the next addition to the Joseph Family.

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Congrats.

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congrats Wade cool.gif

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Congradulations are in order.

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Wade,,,,Congrats on the new fisherperson ,,(the new boat may have to be put on the back burner for a while now???)

Randoid

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Congratulations on the addition to the Joseph family.

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Congratulations Wade wink.gif. BC

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