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Re: Clubine,05/17/2001,Budapest-Hungary
Posted by: Robert W. Clubine III Date: June 26, 2001 at 15:36:09
In Reply to: Re: Clubine,05/17/2001,Budapest-Hungary by GARY MCCOLLUM of 74

First of all, my parents divorced when I was around 8 yrs. old. I have a brother and sister. Their names are Kenneth and Patricia. My brother lives in Florida and my sister lives in California.

My address is:
19 Jozsef Krt.
IV/9
1088 Budapest
Hungary, Europe

My mobile:
+36-30-990-8648 - That is a Insternational call.

I have my own Company with my Business Partner.

As for the story behind my parents divorce; when they divorced I lived with my mother and my brother and sister lived with us as well. When my sister was about 13 yrs. old she decided to live with my father. As far as I know about my father, well I really did not get to know him and when it came time to try to find out about hin he was murdered by his new wife.

Please tell the others that you spoke of, to email me or mail me at my address.

I have a web cam as well so if you have one maybe we can chat a while. I am online 24 hours because we have a ADSL Service.

I guess I will let you gor for now. I hope to hear from you soon.

bye,

Robert


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