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Old 12-14-2006, 02:34 PM   #11
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my hands get terribly fridged while I'm on the computer...humm wonder if this would solve that problem. My dh hates it when I come towards him after being on the computer b/c I warm my hands on his back or the back of his neck-I can hear him screaching now. Thanks for the info, I may just have to make some... hummm
And thanks for not getting bent out of shape with my asking.
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