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Had to have a hamster funeral this a.m., as the 9 yo's hamster died last night. Needless to say, she has been pretty upset. She loves to ride in the 'vert, so even though it's a bit chilly today, we took it out for a spin when we took her brother to get a haircut. It seemed to cheer her up some. I wonder if I can bill Blue Cross for the cost of the Stang as a "mental health treatment option"? Even if I got only 80%, I'd be in good shape.
The other bad news is that I had considered using that hamster as a drive train for a Vega project. Oh well.

James

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Even dead, the hamster would probably beat the vega powerplant as is.


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I now how she feels..........Riding In a Vintage Mustang always cheers me up too.....

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