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the eric update - day 604: The ( Impending ) Great Escape.

we've been battening down the hatches for quite some time and today is the day we need to take it to the next level, since today odin finally mastered the complicated act of opening any unlocked door. and i think he's only weeks away from not being foiled by door knob covers.

so he now has the means to commence with his Great Escape that we're fairly certain that he's been planning.

now he just needs a motive and the opportunity.

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2/28/2006 06:41:00 PM 1 comments


Never under estimate the power of the 'door knob cover'. My Dad still hasn't figured it out. :-P

By Blogger pumpkinhead, at 9:35 AM  

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