User talk:66.108.49.243

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Welcome!

Hi, 66.108.49.243, and welcome to JoCopedia! Thanks heaps for your contributions thus far! We really hope you like the place and decide to stay!

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Again, welcome! 

Thanks for the initial, "mystery IP person" *cough*. I had commented to some folks at the NYC show that I wasn't quite sure if I should call you Scarface or not. It doesn't exactly roll off the tongue: "Hiya Scarface, do you know if Jonathan is coming back here to do autographs?". Of course, "Hiya M" sounds more like we're in a James Bond movie ... now that I think about it, so does "Hiya Scarface". I give up, I'm going back to the awkward smile and head nod.

So anyway yeah .. welcome. :) --MitchO 12:19, 23 June 2008 (EDT)


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