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    JusTom
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    It’s amazing how time flies. I remember the old chat room and lurking to see who was going to logon next. Very fond memories of this site as we met many wonderful people and thanks to Joel and the creation of this webpage, I met my wonderful Canadian wife initially here in the JTO Chatroom and then at a JTO organized get together at a JT concert in Mansfield Mass in 1998. We have never looked back. It’s been a long and wild ride and a blast at the same time. I wish that the chat room could come back or there was a better way to reconnect with some of the original JTOer’s. If there are any of the old timers still out there, comment on this post so that we know you’re out there. Hoping all are doing well and we miss y’all. JusTom & Roo

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    Tee
    Participant

    Hey JusTom and Roo. I was there with (a very excited and somewhat nervous) Roo when you first met – SWEET and honored to have witnessed the beginnings and blooming of your love!! Then you both disappeared for awhile and it was a great delight to run into you again at the first JT and Bonnie Raitt concert (Fenway) several years ago and you both look not a day older than when I first met you. Keep up whatever good living/loving you doing.
    BTW all – I got horror shivers everytime I signed on and there was my mug shot – in your face kinda thing – even though it was a lovely picture with James Taylor! So I changed it to a more gentle non type of image. phew!

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    nanny
    Participant

    Hi JUsTom and Roo, this is ratty, somehow a few years ago I became nanny, lol good to hear from you too, miss the old days 🙂

    #238623

    dibblersan
    Participant

    Many many moons ago I found JTO and signed up – probably as Dibbler or Dibblersan. On many an evening or even on some late nights here in the UK, I would log on to the chatroom and speak to the many JTO members.
    The result of those chats were many laughs and a few sad memories of folks like Fish and others for whom depression took its toll. Sad to remember, but I DO remember them.
    Quite a few of those lovely people I now see on Facebook, and quite a few of them I met at Concerts – The Royal Albert Hall – Tanglewood – The Odeon, Hammersmith – Brighton.
    The Hammersmith one was superb – I was standing up waiting for the concert to start (the seats were rather tight even for a shorthouse like me). From the back of the theater I heard “DIBBLER” – in a lovely New England accent – I turned and there was Echo, my oh my, what a pleasure.
    The Tenglewood Concert was special of course, being on the 4th July – someone (and I am sorry to say I can’t recall who) got the tickets for me and Miss Susie – we spent quite a few days around Lenox, staying in a B and B run by some music lovers (classical music). The best was that at the end of the concert closing with Fire and Rain, it did pour with rain and thunder and lightening as well as the fireworks. We found a very large Toad or Frog.. enjoying the downpour – great fun!!!!
    So the JTO chatroom was great fun until the sad folks who liked to cause trouble started logging in – the chatroom lost quite a few people as a result.
    However, so many years on, those fine folks I met from JTO are still FINE FOLKS and Online Friends.

    A special thank you to Joel whose Birthday was last weekend as my online calendar reminded me!! Belated greeting Joel – (((((Manly Hugs to you)))))

    Dibbs!!

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    d182003s
    Participant

    Hi All from D18,

    Just stopped in randomly and noticed this nostalgic topic. Yes, fond memories.

    #238736

    didi
    Participant

    JusTom!

    Great to see your name and Roo’s again. I take a peek in here every few months. So many years ago 😬 good to see some of the old chat room names

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