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Gingertown USA
Hi Andy, it's me again. when I grow up I want to be an actress. My favorite shows are The Magnificent Seven(of course),Dragonball Z(that's where I got my nickname), and The Young Riders. My favorite characters are JD and Ezra/ Trunks and Vegeta/ Buck Cross. Do you know Gregg Rainwater from The Young Riders. I have seen almost everything you've been in(I think). Do you know when The Meeksville Ghost is coming on? I've been watching for it. Bye Bye for now. P.S. Please answer my first letter and this one. I think you're nice and very cute too.
- Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 18:25:07 (PDT)
G. M. Atwater
near Gardnerville, NV USA
Howdy Andy!
Hey, I just heard that your HBO project, "Lessons Learned," has been cancelled! Ah, man, I am so sorry to hear that! Since the newspaper article was dated last month, I guess you've had time to get used to the news, but it still stinks. Your comments here sounded so excited, when you were trying out for the part, and then so delighted when you got it. I can't help but feel bad for ya. Maybe it's the nature of the movie business, but I imagine you put as much heart or more into your work, as I do into writing, so I hope you've found a way to make "sorry, but no thanks" a little easier to take. Plus, dangit, I had really looked forward to seeing you in this role. It sounded like something gritty and challenging. The important thing is, though, YOU did it. What the HBO execs in the penthouses did later is their problem. No matter how capricious the industry may be, we're still here, cheering from your corner! In the meantime, I hope you are well, and staying busy and happy. :-)
Wishing you the best always,

Gloria M. Atwater
- For the folks who have not heard, the article is at this site;

- Friday, June 29, 2001 at 21:04:39 (PDT)
, Michigan USA
Trunks you are too cute.
Every time I hear something that sounds even slightly distincive to the music in Andersonville I can't help but break down.

- Monday, June 25, 2001 at 21:31:49 (PDT)
Gingertown USA
Hello Andy. Please answer my other letter.please.
By the way, Sara, what's wrong with someone liking Sclub7? I like them too. Moon Angel said she was 14 and I'm only 12 so I don't see anything wrong with us liking them, although I respect your right not to. I don't know who Metallica(hope I spelled it right) is, but I sure they are a great group. I also like Destiny's Child and Matchbox Twenty. I think it's good that people are different and that we like different things and I think we should respect each others differences. At least that what I was taught. Peace to everyone.

- Monday, June 25, 2001 at 14:27:51 (PDT)
Roach, MO USA
Sorry, this really has nothing to do with Andy. SClub7? C'mon honey. I mean, really. Give me some Metallica anyday! And I'm spent.
- Monday, June 25, 2001 at 13:16:57 (PDT)
, Michigan USA
Andrew you would not believe how the movie Andersonville has touched my life. You and your fellow actors did such a wonderful. Thank you so much for inspiration. xoxo, Tammi.
- Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 21:10:09 (PDT)
shirley berkovits
los angeles, ca USA
hi andy it is me shirley i cannot wait til rat race comes i am looking forward to seeing you on the big screen, i know you only have a small part but i wish you were through the whole movie.
i will write again soon.

shirley berkovits

- Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 08:44:51 (PDT)
Ridgecrest, CA USA
Andy, your TV page has been severly neglected. I am missing your movies as they come on. The info is old on TV page. I'm still here checking all the time though. Take care Andy! Colleen
- Wednesday, June 20, 2001 at 19:50:08 (PDT)
Andy, drop them trousers!
- Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at 15:54:40 (PDT)
nyc, ny USA
Andy you are sooooo gorgeous!!!!!
- Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 17:03:43 (PDT)
hey andy,
your one hell of a performer... never stop!!! cya

- Saturday, June 09, 2001 at 22:02:52 (PDT)
Moon Angel

- Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 12:51:58 (PDT)
Gingertown USA
Hiya.I saw a Highschool dude who looks exactly like you.I am 12.Do you watch Dragonball Z? Do you play videogames? Please Answer,I am begging you PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! bye bye
- Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 12:20:13 (PDT)
Phyllis Loafman
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX USA
Just wanted to drop you a line to say how much I enjoy your work. Good luck with future shows. Hope to see ya on the 'telly' soon.
- Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 09:13:26 (PDT)
Roach, MO USA
Hey. Just wanted to leave a message since no one's been on here since the 15th. Wow. Still love ya Andy. ~~~{~~~{@
- Monday, April 23, 2001 at 16:13:00 (PDT)
Richmond, B.C Canada
Hey Andy, I think it's really cool of you to give away some souvenirs from your show. It really shows that you have a good heart. However if you really want, I'll take those dog tags off your hands. Ha ha! Take care and all the best luck!
- Sunday, April 15, 2001 at 13:37:22 (PDT)
G. M. Atwater
near Gardnerville, NV USA
The message of Easter is Hope .... For Andy, and for all who come here, I wish that hope may always find you, those times when it is needed most. Peace and blessings,

Gloria Atwater

- Sunday, April 15, 2001 at 09:50:49 (PDT)
Santa Barbara, ca USA
Hi Andy!!!! Just wanted to say you did an excellent job in the David Cassidy story!!!! hugs and kisses, G
- Friday, April 13, 2001 at 17:47:27 (PDT)
shirley berkovits
los angeles , ca USA
hi andy i just found out you are going to be in a new comedy called rent control i am so happy for you that you are still working and i can't wait to see this so keep up the good work.
- Friday, April 13, 2001 at 11:53:56 (PDT)
Lori M.
Newport News, VA USA
Dear Andy,

>>So thanks for all your input and Lori, I don't think the wrestling will be necessary especially without the mud (I am especially honored you took notice of my comments!) Somehow I have a feeling it wouldn't have been very pretty at all anyways, but certainly "entertaining" I am sure!

I am also sure that many of us "here" have little to no shame when it comes to you. You could probably ask for a public spectacle to be made in your honor and you'd likely get it. The worst of all...what does that say about "us" as a whole, I know I haven't a clue! :-) I just think when it comes to certain things, I know I personally am just a little shameless. See what a pair of gorgeous hazel eyes, a beautiful smile, and a stunning shine through personality does to a girl! (Gosh, it's so much easier to gush and make a fool of yourself ... with somewhat anonymity!)


- Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 18:46:07 (PST)
Anch, AK USA
Hey! Just got home, and it looks like I missed the fireworks! BUT...better late than never, right? I find that I must agree with the advice to go with whatever feels right to you. Me, personally, I always go for the off the wall tidbits you find in the dusty back corners of forgotten shops, so even if it's not exactly stellar to you, someone out there will cherish whatever you choose to send. The people you are choosing to bestow these gifts upon will, more than likely, be just as pleased to be receiving something from you regardless of the actual contents of the envelope as they would be should you hand them the world on a silver platter. IMHO, you really can't go wrong here. It's a good thing you AND the submitting parties are doing, so everybody wins! Good luck, and take care!
- Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 22:23:30 (PST)
Fort Collins, CO USA
Howdy, Andy! :) Just stopped by this site again and thought I'd scrawl my thoughts here. I just saw the clip for "The Meeksville Ghost" and I think it looks awesome! I am really looking forward to it!! As always, JD is still my favorite character that you portrayed. ;) Anyway, I hope all is going well in your life and that you continue doing what you're doing. Whatever that meant. You know what, senioritis is setting in, that's all. Six and a half more weeks of college and then I'm out!! But I digress. Anyway, take care, Andy! Luv ya!
- Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 13:26:59 (PST)
Pemberton USA
I love your work. I have been a fan ever since I seen you on as the world turns. I think you played
a jokingly character on the Magnificent Seven. On one particular episode...when the seven were deciding who should represent someone in court, your line was "When Buck sees a pretty lady in the court room he'll go all", and then you made a funny face. I would like to know when The Meeksville Ghost will be on the Disney channel.
Please answer me back.

- Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 11:28:07 (PST)
Las Vegas, NV USA
Andy I am just so amazed that you come here and actually read all of our remarks and respond. I think that says so much about what kind of person you are. When is your series "Lessons Learned" supposed to be on? I don't get Showtime so I haven't heard. But I sure plan on adding that to my line-up when I hear something. Yes I will add it just for you!! I am still watching Mag 7 in reruns. Is there any plans for a future reunion? I would love to see all of you guys together for a new one. I saw Ron Perlman in the new movie "Enemy at the Gate". He was good, but his part was just too small. Do you keep in touch with the "guys"? Anyway, I am looking forward to seeing what you do next. Love ya
- Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 18:04:00 (PST)
Saw the Meeksville Ghost movie clip. Seems like it's going to be such a cute movie for a change. Now that movies are going up to 10 bucks here in NYC, you have to be alittle more selective. Thanks Andy for making it possible to back to the movies again!!!!
- Friday, March 16, 2001 at 10:19:01 (PST)
Pittsburgh, PA USA
It was so nice to see two posts from you so close together! I personally would appreciate any gift from you, but would prefer something from "you, the person" not necessarily one of your characters. To me an actor's appeal & charm comes from "inside" & it always shows, & your eyes say it all, so it's the person that matters. I'm sure your final decision will make any fan happy. Take care.
Gayle #209

- Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 10:47:52 (PST)
Orange Park, FL USA
Andy ... have you written any screenplays lately? I know you were working on "G-Spot", but I can't determine if you're just producing/directing it. Also, have you done any theater? I know a lot of Hollywood is going back to the stage these days, so I was wondering if you were going to follow.
- Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 16:39:22 (PST)
andy k
l.a., CA USA
You guys have some great ideas! I must admit I wasn't actually considering giving up JD's guns. Not just from the politically-correct-dont-want-someone-going-on-a-killing-spree-with-JD's-six-shooters-perspective. But they are probably my favorite saved prop. I actually go to the range and shoot them sometimes. So thanks for all your input and Lori, I don't think the wrestling will be necessary especially without the mud, Patti, that was in fact "the Hat"- while there were three or four made for the scene where it gets shot up, they were all used and seen on camera, and finally Karin, I dont have a piece of dirt that I stepped on to send for you to put under glass, I do however have a piece of glass that I stepped on that I would love for you to bury under some dirt! Peace and Love AK
- Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 13:55:40 (PST)
Las Vegas, NV USA
Anyone would love to have those momentos that you mentioned. I would be happy with a lifesized photo of you for my wall(with the John Hancock, of course). I have scrawled on your wall, you could decorate mine. Did I mention that I really love ya.

- Friday, March 09, 2001 at 21:22:46 (PST)
Burbank, CA USA
all of the things you mentioned as prizes are great and I'm sure the winners will be very happy to receive them. It would be fun to see the prizes correlated with the random acts although I imagine that would be a little difficult.

take care

- Friday, March 09, 2001 at 18:42:05 (PST)
St. Louis, MO USA
Well, I think all of your ideas are nice Andy. Although, wouldn't you like to keep some of the items yourself as mementos? I won't say that I wouldn't LOVE to have JD's guns, they were very nice after all, but, one would think that you'd like to have some mementos of your characters as well. I do have to say I'm not to hip on the wig idea though. I used to work with costumes, and after having to clean Santa wigs, I can't say I'm a big fan of wigs.

Anyway, I think whatever you would decide to offer as a prize would be fine, and greatly appreciated by the winners.

Good luck in making your descisions :0)

- Friday, March 09, 2001 at 13:15:27 (PST)
Ridgecrest, CA USA
Hello from the high desert! I'd like an autographed 8x10 of the black and white photos on you site!! Maybe dinner with you. I guess that could get expensive... Take care
- Friday, March 09, 2001 at 10:00:38 (PST)
Roach, Mo USA
I think if that stuff doesn't mean too much to you then go for it. But don't give something up that you're going to regret later. Someday you'll have kids and stuff. You wanna leave something for them. *although I'm not too sure they'll go crazy over the jumpsuits*. I'm 17 now and, well, jumpsuits frighten me. *shudder*
- Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 14:26:33 (PST)
Reno, NV USA
Gotta agree with some of the others here -- don't give up your guns! If those are really the guns you used in M7, then you should keep them. It just wouldn't be right for anyone else to have those!! If you have them, then, like that other lady said, it's like JD still has them and that's way better than some fan having them! Even if that fan was me.

I like the David Cassidy promo items ideas -- I'd love a clock with your picture on it!!

Thanks for posting here -- it's great to hear from you every once in a while.

All my best, Molly.

- Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 06:58:32 (PST)
Memphis, TN USA
I have to agree with Kate. Whatever you give away, don't give away your guns!! Those are special. As much as other people might want them, it just wouldn't be right for anyone to have them except the man who played JD -- you!

It would make me sad to know that you no longer had possession of those magnificent weapons -- no matter how much they would mean to who ever got them, they would mean more to me knowing you have them!


- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 22:56:50 (PST)
West Covina, CA USA
Hello Andy,
I agree with Diane Hurd. A video of you talking to a recipent would be wonderful!

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:58:29 (PST)
Seattle, WA USA
Can't believe I'm bothering with this after the big earthquake we've had, but what I'd really like, besides my gas to be turned back on, would be something written by you -- didn't I read that you wrote poetry and stuff? That would be the coolest and it would mean so much because it would be something you created. I'm realizing that's what's important -- not so much material items, but the sharing of something from the heart or mind.

God bless and keep you safe from quakes down there in LA!!


- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:58:27 (PST)
Carson City, NV USA
Andy, if I could choose anything, I'd like to have that letter you wrote to your girl in Touched By An Angel" -- that whole show was just so touching and you played that role so well.

If not that, a picture of you on Milagro from the tv show Magnificent Seven -- either a promotional picture, or just a snap shot of you and the horse.

Hugs! Debbie

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:52:21 (PST)
Yonkers, NY USA
Andy -- the best gift ever would be for you to show up at the Magnificent Seven Gathering this fall! Then we'd get to talk to you and take pictures and ask you questions about all your work. Please come! I'm sure we'll all pitch in and buy you dinner!!
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:49:24 (PST)
Austin, TX USA
Andy, did you say you have David Cassidy stuff?? Can we have that? Please?? Do you have all the promo stuff they did up of you as David for the film? The pins and posters and clocks and such?? I'd love a lunch box with you as David Cassidy on it!! That would be the best!!

Hope to see your movie "Meeksville Ghost" soon and that Vietnam series! Take care, Sarah.

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:46:04 (PST)
Manassas, VA USA
Andy -- how wonderful of you to think of your fans in this way! To give a little when they have given in your name. I think any of the items you mentioned would be terrific, except for the guns!

I know those "prop" guns most often are REAL guns and with all the violence these past days in our schools, it just wouldn't seem right. Not everyone is gonna want them, or fully appreciate them and be responsible enough -- not that your fan are irresponsible, but I keep having this vision of a headline which reads "Random Act Of Kindness gift used in Random Act of Violence"!! God forbid!

Still, too much unknown out there to just give those guns away! Keep them safe -- besides, they're JD's, they must mean a lot to you. He is a very special guy, still!

David Cassidy, on the other hand, well, he could use to lose a few of those sparkly, spangly sequined spandex pantsuits!! Yikes -- thank goodness I'm too young to remember that era! Still, they'd make a great halloween costume!

Something really special, though, would be a personalized photo -- not just your name, but a note from you, like on the back. Or, how about a snapshot of you and your pigs! Or the inner tube you used at the lake last summer -- assuming you have an inner tube you used at the lake last summer. What about something from As The World Turns? Do you have any of those scripts?? That would be cool. Or, maybe something from your upcoming show "Lessons Learned"? or from "The Meeksville Ghost"?

I know! An empty carton of milk -- signed by JD Dunne!! LOL!

Or you could always do a stage play, and give us fans some free tickets!!

Thanks for being such a special guy and a great, entertaining actor! I look forward to seeing more of you on screen.


- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 21:25:16 (PST)
Cindy S.
San Jose, CA USA
Hi Andy,
As everyone has said, any of the things you mentioned would be more than magnificent to receive ;-) I know I would love to have J.D.'s guns just because I love that character so much, but the others are wonderful also ;-)
I was wondering if perhaps you might not consider a raffle in the future for the fan club - we could buy tickets and the proceeds could go to your favorite charity. I know I would buy a lot of tickets
Since you kept so many great momentos of your roles, this would be a great way to pass them on to a fan and raise money for a worthy charity. I know it's been done quite successfully in other fan clubs.
Just a thought ;-)
Take care

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 18:48:44 (PST)
Stephanie Stewart
Jackson, TN USA
Andy, I can't believe that you would be willing to give up some of your cherished momentos for your fans! Just kidding! I think it is awesome that you are willing to do this, and personally I would choose either the dog tags, awesome, or JD's guns, which are just as awesome. You never cease to amaze me. Keep up the wonderful work and know that you will always have adoring fans such as myself.
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 18:35:44 (PST)
Hi Andy...
Your generosity never ceases to amaze me!! I only wish that certain spirt of generosity was tangible. It certainly gets overlooked in the common stories and gets covered when and if there is time in the world to show it.

I somehow think you sharing your souvenirs should have the recipient overwhelmed, regarless of what it is. (I certainly know what effect "the hat" had on the winner and everyone it has been shared with!) The fact remains that it isn't "the hat".. it's the fact that something of a character you portrayed was shared with your fans is what causes most of the discussion and delight. The hat is just felt and can be bought or made...but not the sprit in which it was shared. So thank you for allowing your fans to experience something of what they see on film.

OK...Philosophy 101 aside. Best wishes to you!

Cheers, right back to you!

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 18:24:23 (PST)
Karin Milligan
Andover, ME USA
Well Andy-
I'd have to go along with everyone on this...anything you sent would be treasured and appreciated. If they came from you they are hardly 'worthless'. Tobias' tags...and even the wig and jumpsuit( sorry, liked the movie...but there is a reason jumpsuits went out of style and jeans and a t-shirt are still staples) from DC...and the guns...all would be great. could even send a piece of dirt yo stepped on and I'd put it under glass!!

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 18:10:05 (PST)
Kimberly German
Chula Vista, CA USA
Hi Andy, I am a big fan and always look forward to seeing you in different projects. Keep up the Great work. :oD
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 15:25:33 (PST)
G. M. Atwater
near Gardnerville, NV USA
Greetings, from a gorgeous day in the Sagebrush Country!

Good to hear from you, Andy! Hopefully you've been busy and well. Unfortunately, I wasn't part of "Random Acts," but danged if you aren't making me rethink the things I do ~ You're a good influence on people, ya know that? :-)

As for the things you give to the folks you selected for honor.... Here's how I see it. Old-time cowboy artist Charlie Russell once wrote, "It's the slices of heart you give with a gift, that give any gift its worth." I reckon, then, that no matter what objects you give to those good people, whom you salute for giving of themselves, what will matter most to them is the thought you put behind it. Nothing of yours is worthless, when your heart is in it, as theirs was so obviously in the kindnesses they performed.

Just a thought ~ if JD's pistols are actual working revolvers, you might ought to hang onto them. If they are not, however, (and I've no idea if blank-firing props are somehow altered,) then it's entirely up to you.

Heh-heh, I do gotta wonder just how stinky Tobias's shoes would be ... That ooey Georgia mud looked pretty dreadful! Not to mention that brogans ain't usually equipped with Odor Eaters... :-D

Take care and God bless.
Best regards,
Gloria Atwater

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 14:41:58 (PST)
Diane Hurd
Riverside, RI USA
Hello Andrew,
If I was able to choose a momento from you I think I would love to have a video,homemade by you, with a personalized message from you to me.I know that seeing you "talk" to me like that would be the next best thing to being there having an actual conversation with you.
Diane aka DiViolet

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 13:56:20 (PST)
Kathy Poffenberger
Lynn Haven, FL USA
Hi, Andy. I think the best thing of all is that you want to recognize people for acts of kindness. Too often these days, all we hear about are the bad things people are doing. I know anything that you want to send people will be really treasured. Good luck and take care. Kathy
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 13:27:15 (PST)
Luanne Maldonado
Roxboro, NC USA
Hi Andy,Congrats on your new show.I was an avid fan of Tour of Duty.I can't wait to see your new series.I would say that whoever is lucky enough to receive something form you will be thrilled. I am a big fan of Mag7 and I know I would probably treasure dirt from the show!!But I have been thinking that I have learned from you,here you are a busy actor who has many commitments that keep you occupied well I have learned to try and do for other people.Like today I heard a about a seven year old boy who has one wish in the make a wish program.He wants to leave his name in the Guiness Book of Records for having the most business cards.So I am going to try and collect some for him.I thank you for that.You are a super guy and I believe you will only get better as time passes.I miss seeing you in the Magnificent Seven and keep hoping someone will get smart and at least make a movie for all of fans!!! Love you Loads and Best of Luck!! Luanne
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 13:17:41 (PST)
Janice Blum aka Lit'l' Bit
Carlsbad, CA USA
Follow the leading of your heart on this one Andy. Consider the Acts of Kindness that most touched you and pray about it. You'll be led to select something that will somehow touch the recepient in a way that you might never imagine. If I were in your shoes I would retain those mementoes that touched you in ways that inspired you. I would present the recepient(s) with some item that came from a role that inspired you or connected with their own Act of Kindness. That's what our own Acts of Kindness do...they somehow touch the lives of others in ways meant to motivate us to pass Kindness on to others. Your doing this each year has reminded your fans how we can all touch the lives of so many others. Your role in "Andersonville" as Tobias was so powerful. The "Achilles" episode of Mag7 was also so very powerful. The episode on "Touched By An Angel" was powerfully inspirational as well. The answer will come to you Andy...from your heart :) Janice aka Lit'l' Bit
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 12:57:00 (PST)
Kathy Dalton
Oxford , NY USA
Hi, Andy!
I'd hardly consider what you have to offer to be worthless! What you mentioned in your message was perfect. I have another suggestion-how about the sunglasses you wore in The David Cassidy Story, which, by the way, I thought was terrific. Did you get the Valentine I sent you?

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 12:41:13 (PST)
somewhere, MI USA
Okay, I guess it would depend on the person receiving it. I'd love anything from the DC movie because I'm also a fan of David. But like the others have said, I'm sure any fan of yours would love anything you'd like to give away. It WOULD be exciting for anyone to get something. Don't kid yourself!!
Take care!

- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 11:23:16 (PST)
Karen Shannon
Chattanooga, Tn USA
Hi Andy, Those are tough choices. Since I'm particle to JD though I'd have to go with the guns (no bullets though) :+) I continue to enjoy your work and look forward to more.
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 11:21:03 (PST)
Lori M.
Virginia USA
Hi Andy,

I have a feeling you could offer just about anything of your's and people here would be thrilled with it! I know I would be, as shameless as that may sound. There is no such a thing as worthless AK memorabilia. What's not to love about a DC movie jump suit or JD's gun? Absolutely nothing! In fact, I'd lay money on it that people here would be willing to wrestle for it! (Now there is a mental image for you and no, it doesn't involve mud! )


- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 11:01:52 (PST)
Seattle, WA USA
The wig, Andy. Definitely the wig. As one who lived through the 70s I can tell you it was perfect. How about JD's starched neck collar, the one he always wore with the suit?
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 10:48:59 (PST)
Memphis USA
Ok, you're saying you have the jumpsuit AND the wig from the DC story as well as those elegant shoes from Andersonville? LOL! I'm just a wee bit worried about you now, or rather, concerned about the clutter in your closet! Then again, I'm getting a great visual of you leaving the set at the end of every shooting, arms brimming with discarded props. :)
- Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 17:02:48 (PST)

- Monday, March 05, 2001 at 20:30:54 (PST)
Jacques DeChez
Vie de Poon Frances
I want to say Andy is eye candy. I like butts.
- Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 13:07:58 (PST)
Katie Owen
Columbus, Oh USA
Just wanted to say that I finally saw a re-run of Andy playing David Cassady...he was really really good. The Mag 7 has a pretty good following up here at Ohio State University. From all of us, to you, Andy : Have a great year!!!! :D
- Wednesday, January 31, 2001 at 07:06:28 (PST)
Ridgecrest, CA USA
Hello Andy! Sorry about the mess on your wall. My computer wasn't working. I believe I have seen all of your site now. Your father is a police officer. Oh that would have helped my life alot if Dad was a cop. Are your parents still together? I hope so. You have such sane interests. Nice change. The younger people are finding other interests besides partying. My generation is dying. Dead brain cells, depression... Looking forward in seeing you in Andersonville this month. Take care and stay healthy and handsome. Love, Colleen
- Saturday, January 13, 2001 at 14:01:19 (PST)
Las Vegas, NV USA
I don't know if you read these "walls" but here goes. I am a big fan of Mag7 and have become a fan of yours. I am impressed by your maturity(political responsibility). Do you have any political aspirations? I think the country needs people like you, compassionate people who care about others. If not then I hope you continue acting in quality programs like the ones you have chosen so far.

- Thursday, January 11, 2001 at 18:28:35 (PST)
shirley berkovits
los angeles , ca USA
hi andy i hope you had a good new year and i am looking for your new series lessons learned and all the other movies you did and i cannot wait till it comes out,i watch the m7 every week and i will see you soon on tv.
- Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 12:46:55 (PST)
G. M. Atwater
near Gardnerville, NV USA
Howdy Andy,

Greetings from the sagebrush country. Just a quick note (yes, I am capable, LOL!) to send some positive vibes your way, for the New Year. It's gonna be a good one for us all, I can feel it! Wishing you good luck, good karma, and all God's blessings!

with best regards,
Gloria A.

- Saturday, January 06, 2001 at 19:12:16 (PST)
West Covina, CA USA
Happy New Year Andy! Here's a big kiss from ... mmmwha!!!!!!!!!!!! :-X Take care!
- Wednesday, January 03, 2001 at 00:08:13 (PST)
Richmond, B.C Canada
Happy New Year Andy! Happy New Year to anyone who visits this wall. Can't wait to see what happens next!
- Tuesday, January 02, 2001 at 20:05:53 (PST)

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