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  1. #91
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Lowcountry, SC
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    I live on an Island.

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  3. #92
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    Western Pennsylvania
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    My side business. Hey, it's good to try to set stuff up toward retirement.

    The avatar is more toward my day job. There's others I could have used, but I'm real old school.

  4. The name I gave my carry gun, Dixie and she's a .38 I may be silly but all MY guns have a name.

  5. #94
    Where I'm from and My heritage, and Thank you DocBo, we respect you guys .
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  6. #95
    My Great grand father the first in his family born in Texas in 1848

  7. #96
    Hollie1 is the first 4-legged babie I bought on my own. No input from hubby! I lost my heart to her the minute she snuggled up on my shoulder & fell a sleep! What trust from the get go!I after 12 yrs & lots of love,kisses & snuggling she pasted away away a few months back. Using her name helps me! Now if I only knew how to do the avitar thingy,,,,,,,,

  8. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    I can't remember what it means. It's all been a haze since the 60s when I listened to too many rock bands and other such shenanigans.

    Jack
    Bet you Jump a lot when Flashing too!

  9. #98
    pretty simple Steve-first name, B-initial of last name
    Avatar is primary carry-RIA compact .45

  10. #99
    My wife and I ride a big Harley Ultra Classic (geezer glide) and I also ride a Turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa, which can easly top 200 MPH................ROCKETGEEZER.............

  11. #100
    call sign from last trip to the desert

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