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Hi to all.

Does anyone heard last three weeks about Jim from Texas (aka JLP Rocks).

I've sent the CD to him in the middle of december. it was arrived to Houston on december 20th but in these days Texas was affected by tornados. the Cd was never delivered but it's no so important. i'd better want to know about Jim coz he doen't respond to my PM's and emails three weeks.

Just wanna know he's Ok and still alive.

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It shows he was on the line yesterday. Can't tell you why he was responding, though.

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Hey! Alexxtcatz!

 

Yeah....the CD arrived safely. I apologize for not getting back to you.....I usually delete all of my eBay emails when I see them and say I'm going to get to them later. I've been looking for those early Razzle tunes for some time....so I'm glad you or someone put them on disc. Thanks!

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