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KELLY: All the world's a stage: the men and
women merely players . . . - Shakespeare
SHAUNA LEIGH: Common sense is not so
common. - Voltaire
WILLIAM: The world is full of educated
derelictsg persistence and determination alone
are omnipotent. - Kenneth Long. Fondest
ANNETTE: So much ado about nothing, so
many games we played, through every fleeted
summer, through every precious day. -
DONNA: Donna will always remember the
"madmen" and "tricksters" lLHj that made
her last year a great one. To all you walking
mardi-gras, keep partying!!
LESLIE: Only the thinking man lives his life,
the thoughtless man's life passes him by. -
Marie Abner Von Eschenbach
KAREN: Love must be learned and learned
again and again: there is no end to it. Hate
needs no instruction, but wants only to be
provoked. - Katherine Anne Porter
PATTI: Talk is so cheap, but it can turn out
expensive. - David Wanklin. P.S. - Don t die
in a tuna fish salad. - Hug this Todd.
MARTIN: Good times, Good friends, and
Good beverages' Qwell 2 out of 3 isn't bad!J.
Destiny: Reach Europe. lt's better to die on
your feet, than live on your knees.
MISSING: Alessandra Pagano, Thomas Pajak,
Csongor PGPP, James Paterson
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DERRICK: Life is only as good as what you
make of it. Go for it.
CAROLINE: Remember the Golden Rule:
Those who have the gold make the rules. If
you can't get what you want- sue!
LISA: How casually and unobservedly we
make all our most valued acquaintances. -
GRANT: Tact is the ability to close your
mouth before someone else wants to. - anon
DAVID W.: The needs of the many out-
weight the needs of the few, or the one.
KRIS: The past is now part of my futureg the
present is well out of hand. - Joy Division.
Thanx to JW, KK, and Feng.
KAREN: You won't soar like an eagle, if you
fly with turkeys. I'll remember the good times
playing volleyball and basketball, and the
P.E. 30 camping trip. Thanks Gaetz!
ANNE-MARIE: Winners are losers who get
up and give it just one more try. - Dennis De
PAMELA: When Time, who steals our years
away shall steal our pleasures, too, the
rnem'ry of the past will stay, and half our
joys renew. - Thomas Moore
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"Don't be rude."
MIKE: I enjoyedd H15
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TERI: The key to being diplomatic is
remembering that the other person is right -
even if you are too. Good luck to all fellow
JOANNE: And these children that U spit on
as they try 2 change their worlds, R immune 2
your consultations. They' re quite aware what
they're going thru - changes. - Bowie
SHERRIL: A friend is someone who knows
all about you, but loves you anyways. Thanx
to my friends, especially LT and "the gang",
who made SWC a great place to come to.
KATHLEEN: What I gave, l haveg what I
spent, I hadg what I kept, l lost. - Old
BRIAN: Late to bed. . . and early to rise. . .
makes a man baggy . . . under his eyes. - anon
KATHY: lf at first you don't succeed, quit! -
M.A. Page. I hope that everyone achieves
their future goals. l'd like to thank all those
for their support in my swimming.
PAMELA: Man is distinguished from all
other creatures by the faculty of laughter. -
Joseph Addison. Make 'em laugh. Make 'em
laugh. Make 'em laugh.
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