looking for long lost friend

looking for long lost friend

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Rodney Szafryk

Savage, MN

#1 Oct 17, 2006
hi im looking for a friend that might live in your town his name is Wade Moen we grew up together in havre mt please if someone has info on him email me at [email protected]
thankyou very much

“Shallow introspection”

Since: Jan 07

Gig Harbor, WA

#2 Jan 25, 2007
Hi Rodney,
I met the Wade Moen once, a few weekends ago. I was walking to the corner market for a loaf of bread when I had to pass by a neighborhood church. I was somewhat acquainted with the structure as it was always mentioned in the newspaper’s community section. Known as “The loft,” folks would gather there on Thursday evenings for poetry readings.
However, this day happened to be a Saturday afternoon and a pair of gentlemen greeted me as I walked by. They invited me inside to sample an hour of their presentation. Ok, I went inside and found myself to be a prospective new recruit for their brand of religion.

Most of the pews were filled with hooded monks chanting a haunting rhythm. There were others who like me, were wearing their regular denims. The service began like most others that church-goers would be familiar with. A grand master of ceremonies led the group through some songs and gave a sermon. Near the end of the hour it was time for their ritual of “laying on of the hands.” Some of the parishioners would come forward and ask for prayers for their ailments or for a sick grand mum who fell down in the tub. All the hooded dudes whose faces could not readily be seen would all place a hand on the person and their combined energies were presumed to have a strength and expedite a solution to the problem.

OK now, there was another new guy in the pews who was watching eagerly. I recognized Wade Moen from a wanted poster viewed earlier at the post office. When he saw a chance, he approached the ring of conspirators and described how he was always moving around and never able to settle down. The hooded goons closed in upon him, all to make a physical connection. The master of ceremonies began a prayer, a dogmatic mix of logic and pure hocus-pocus. I immediately saw the effects of the procedure as the tension went out of Wade Moen’s body. When the beseeching was near an end, the master asked,“Are the brothers ready?”

A suspenseful few moments passed until he almost shouted,“NOW!”

On that cue, the brothers began to pummel their hapless victim. Continually delivering blows over head and to the solar plexus until Wade Moen was down on the floor getting stomped. After another minute, the grand Pooh-Bah decided the treatment administered was sufficient to induce a relaxing calm that would assuage the shaky leg syndrome of Wade Moen for a long, long time.

I can’t say for certain if Wade Moen got the comeuppance he deserved as I had a loaf of bread to buy and some other errands to do that day. I hope for you Rodney, that you do find a sense of closure to this difficult episode of life. And, be sure to put on your best sympathy face if anyone ever asks about Wade Moen.
vanasaigon

United States

#3 Feb 3, 2007
Hello to all ! I'm looking for a Teacher, She is Filipino, Her name is Bestsay Decembrana, before 1992 she taught ESL class in Refugee camp PRPC Bataans in The Philippines, after the refugee camp closed, she moved back to her family in Manila. Her family still live in the Philippines.
1993 she moved to Boston, Massachusetts USA. I have not heard anything from here for long time. If any one know her or her family member. I need her address, telephone or email address. Could you Please email me at:
[email protected]
Thank you Very Much
God Bless
Tozzolino Pierre

Fort-de-france, Martinique

#4 Feb 8, 2007
I known at least 50 years ago, a girl whose name was Anita Stjernlôf. She was from Uddeholm. Then she get married and move to Karlstad. Her husband name was Lundt. Since the seventies I didn't get news no more.
I'll be very pleased to have news if she is still living in Karlstad or elsewhere in sweden.

[email protected]
vanasaigon

United States

#5 Feb 8, 2007
Hello to all !

My name is Phuong Nguyen, I'm looking for my Teacher, She is Filipino, Her name is Bestsay Decembrana.

Before 1992, she taught ESL class in Refugee camp PRPC Bataan in the Philippines. After the refugee camp closed, she moved back to her family in Manila. Her family still live in the Philippines

1993 she moved to Boston, Massachusetts USA, I met her there in Boston, Massachusttes. We lost contact since then.

If any one know any of Bestsay Decembrana's informations. Please email me at: [email protected]

Please, click here to view her picture
http://www.phuongsaigon.blogspot.com/

Thank you Very Much !
God Bless

“Shallow introspection”

Since: Jan 07

Montesano, WA

#6 Feb 8, 2007
GOOD MORNING, Vanasaigon!
Or, I should only be a little more quiet. Shhh,
good morning, Vanasaigon.

I have prepared for you a tray of a breakfast.
Along with a juice to delight your palate is a waffle, syrup and a slice of a bacon. I have also made a small adornment of a flower to bring glee to your sleepy eyes.
Good morning, Vanasaigon.
Vanasaigon, I want you to know, I love you.
Vanasaigon, If there is some other item you wish to prefer, I would be happy to fetch it for you?

Vanasaigon, I will just move it out onto the veranda where you can enjoy the view of the ocean and palm trees swaying in a gentle breeze.
I love you, Vanasaigon

Ok, I have some errands to run this morning,. While I am away, don’t be surprised to find a couple thousand dollars stuffed in your pockets as you get ready for the day. You might like to think of some things you want to have?

Vanasaigon, I was planning to share with you this evening a night out with dancing and a fine wine. I hope you can make it?

-Brett
Brian Szafryk

Savage, MN

#7 Oct 16, 2007
I am looking fo rmy son his name is Brian Scott Szafryk JR if anyone could email me back at [email protected]
antonio

United States

#8 Dec 12, 2007
Hi Phuong, which cycle were you in?
mercy

Nairobi, Kenya

#9 Dec 20, 2007
hello
My name is mercy kariuki,am looking for long lost friend carol diehl,she is married to clyde diehl and last time i talked to her she had one son thomas,by then they were in philadelphia,both carol and clyde were my teachers in olooseos secondary school in masaailand(kenya).Anyone with this information please write to me.my email adress is [email protected]
thank you
shenice wilder

Milwaukee, WI

#10 Mar 10, 2008
HI I AM LOOKING 4 A BOY NAMED PEACE DIXON AND SISTER NAME IS ASHELY DIXON AND WE WENT 2 SCHOOL AND THA 7TH GRADE AND IF ANY ONE NOW HE OR TALKED 2 HIM PLEASE EMAIL ME AT [email protected]
afritie frank

Ghana

#11 Apr 25, 2008
i need same help for my school.
afriyie frank

Ghana

#12 Apr 25, 2008
i need some help
havre

Spanaway, WA

#13 Jun 24, 2012
I went to school with him and he was big trouble back then.
BrettHirasaki wrote:
Hi Rodney,
I met the Wade Moen once, a few weekends ago. I was walking to the corner market for a loaf of bread when I had to pass by a neighborhood church. I was somewhat acquainted with the structure as it was always mentioned in the newspaper’s community section. Known as “The loft,” folks would gather there on Thursday evenings for poetry readings.
However, this day happened to be a Saturday afternoon and a pair of gentlemen greeted me as I walked by. They invited me inside to sample an hour of their presentation. Ok, I went inside and found myself to be a prospective new recruit for their brand of religion.
Most of the pews were filled with hooded monks chanting a haunting rhythm. There were others who like me, were wearing their regular denims. The service began like most others that church-goers would be familiar with. A grand master of ceremonies led the group through some songs and gave a sermon. Near the end of the hour it was time for their ritual of “laying on of the hands.” Some of the parishioners would come forward and ask for prayers for their ailments or for a sick grand mum who fell down in the tub. All the hooded dudes whose faces could not readily be seen would all place a hand on the person and their combined energies were presumed to have a strength and expedite a solution to the problem.
OK now, there was another new guy in the pews who was watching eagerly. I recognized Wade Moen from a wanted poster viewed earlier at the post office. When he saw a chance, he approached the ring of conspirators and described how he was always moving around and never able to settle down. The hooded goons closed in upon him, all to make a physical connection. The master of ceremonies began a prayer, a dogmatic mix of logic and pure hocus-pocus. I immediately saw the effects of the procedure as the tension went out of Wade Moen’s body. When the beseeching was near an end, the master asked,“Are the brothers ready?”
A suspenseful few moments passed until he almost shouted,“NOW!”
On that cue, the brothers began to pummel their hapless victim. Continually delivering blows over head and to the solar plexus until Wade Moen was down on the floor getting stomped. After another minute, the grand Pooh-Bah decided the treatment administered was sufficient to induce a relaxing calm that would assuage the shaky leg syndrome of Wade Moen for a long, long time.
I can’t say for certain if Wade Moen got the comeuppance he deserved as I had a loaf of bread to buy and some other errands to do that day. I hope for you Rodney, that you do find a sense of closure to this difficult episode of life. And, be sure to put on your best sympathy face if anyone ever asks about Wade Moen.

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