Yep, its me alright,,,
You left your e-mail address, but after i
left the page and could not retrive it again,
so please resend along with your phone number
(which i did try to track down a few times but
i think you are not the only Richard Morrill in
the area. Anyway also send your phone number.
my contact information is
ph (502) 807 3655.....
very happy to hear from you and hopefully
get reaquaited,,,, i remember everything,
(i can remember what happened 30 years ago
but cant always remember what happened
30 seconds ago)
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