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## The Rules

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Why 2024? That is the year my daughter turns 18. If I do this now maybe she'll take it into consideration before I turn senile and out dated.

- About The Rules
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- Quote 4
- Quote 5
- Quote 6
- Rule 1
- Rule 10
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- Rule 12
- Rule 13
- Rule 14
- Rule 15
- Rule 16
- Rule 17
- Rule 18
- Rule 19
- Rule 2
- Rule 21
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- Rule 24
- Rule 25
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- Rule 27
- Rule 28
- Rule 29
- Rule 3
- Rule 30
- Rule 31
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- Rule 33
- Rule 34
- Rule 35
- Rule 36
- Rule 37
- Rule 38
- Rule 4
- Rule 41
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- Rule 44
- Rule 46
- Rule 47
- Rule 48
- Rule 49
- Rule 5
- Rule 50
- Rule 51
- Rule 52
- Rule 53
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- Rule 55
- Rule 56
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- Rule 6
- Rule 60
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- Rule 7
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- Rule 76
- Rule 8
- Rule 9
- Rules 20
- Rules 39
- Rules 40
- Rules 45

## 1 comment:

This is SO true. They're really great folks, usually, too. Some people don't give them the time of day or even learn their names, but everyone is worth knowing.

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