[JPL] Public wager, Dr & Arturo.....

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 9 18:58:15 EDT 2006

Hmmmm.....Arturo, if I were you I would get the good Dr. to get you the Andre's Chocolate covered gourmet almonds out of Kansas City....the split pact....half bitterweet and half milk chocolate. I'm telling you.....it will be one of the best things you've eaten in your life. Tell Doc to forget the hot fudge and go with the almonds. If it's the other way around Doc I would ask him to hook you up with them but from this point of view I think Arturo will be a happy camper with the desert he'll be enjoying in another week or so.  

  Jae Sinnett

Arturo <arturo893 at qwest.net> wrote:

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The good Dr wrote <<< OK, Arturo, how about a bet?
If the Tigers win, you owe me a 4 pack of Izze Sparkling Lemon, or a 1lb
box of Enstrom's Almond Toffee Dark Chocolate.
If the unthinkable happens and the A's win, you get a jar of Sanders Hot
Fudge, the finest fudge in the world! >>>>

Hmmmm Izze Sparkling Lemon is my favorite followed by their clementine
flavor, no problem. Sanders Hot Fudge is unknown to me but if you say it's
the best I'll take your word for it. So I guess it's a done deal.

Go A's, Hold Those Tigers!!!


PS If you wish, instead of Enstrom's I reccomend See's Candies, besides they
are supporters of jazz as they sponsor PRI's Riverwalk: Live From the
Landing series.


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