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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Thursday, June 23, 2005
Politics in the genes: Growing up in the Hoy family was different, unique. Most kids in most families eventually attempt to hurt or demoralize their siblings by claiming that the sibling was adopted. Yes, it's not politically correct nowadays -- and it was never really a bad thing in reality -- but kids are kids and somehow the claim was perceived to be hurtful.

Not in the Hoy family. See, when you've got a father who calls himself "Mr. Wonderful," well, it's tough to live under the same roof with an ego that huge.

No, in the Hoy family the attack line wasn't that the despised sibling was adopted -- nope, it was that they weren't. In the Hoy family, no one wanted to claim Mr. Wonderful as their sire.

So, in the spirit of Hoy family unity -- I'd like to point out scientific evidence that I, and not my sister, was right.

I was adopted.

2:13 AM

Comments:
I know your father and his nickname is not a misnomer. He is tall and goodlooking, smart, thoughtful, well read, and insightful. Not only that, he is humble. One should be proud to be his son. BTW--Today is your mother's birthday--don't forget!
 
"He is tall and goodlooking, smart, thoughtful, well read, and insightful. Not only that, he is humble."

Perhaps you left "extremely charming" (in a mind control sort of way) out of the first sentance. Its the only way to explain how you could write the second with a straight face.
 
PaulZ seems to have trouble using vowels--note the word "sentance"[sic].
Probably best to leave the vowels out.
 
Str? prst skrz krk.

I nevr wuz a gud spellir.
 
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