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I`m in the mood to "Poke The Bear" :dontknow:

Three posts in a WEEK?.....REALLY? Either the lower gas prices,Hunting season,Political debates, or the poor U.S. Economy forced everybody to "hock" their computers so they can`t participate on SA :violent1:

I`m an Old Guy.....this forum is entertainment (was)....this lack of interst is going to drive me to drinking :shock:

I`m so depressed :banghead:

I`m thinking about selling out and joining the circus,....or shaving my head and joining the Monestary (that celibacy thing has me re-thinking)..... :scratch:

Not sure if I`m voting for Quackcephus or Bochephus,....Obama or Osama, Rick,Mit......Sarah,GAWDAMIGHTY why don`t my Daddy run?

3 posts in a WEEK ????



Nobody`s too busy to share with their friends :salute:

I`m tougher than the average redneck....thick skinned, hard headed, and "tolerant"....(cuz im SLOW) so either post up.....or slam ole Hasbeen.....I`m Game for?????


Respectfully :toothy7:

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i 've been wondering the same thing.
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Giddeeup! :texas:
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[youtube]V-9FdWmZqRQ&ob=av2n[/youtube]
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When you sing that good, you can afford this..............
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Whitebear wrote:[youtube]V-9FdWmZqRQ&ob=av2n[/youtube]

Man ...."You Ain`t Right" :dontknow:


And not to hijack this thread.....I read a post today about a 4700 mile road trip to Alaska.....what a cool deal.... :salute:

Reckon we should all just "pitch it" and "move out".....Old Mexico?...it appears like the balance
would benefit us...let the "immigrants" pay for the U.S. while we live large "down south" :dontknow:

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NotAGuide wrote:When you sing that good, you can afford this..............
Nice. It has the shape of a Trojan but I couldn't see a name on it ..... it's sure got all the bells and whistles. Got any idea what he named it?
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"Day Money"

After 60+million records sold, shoe fits.
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fyi i understand thats a 55 knot boat and has 4500 ponies. sweet boat
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flyin blind wrote:fyi i understand thats a 55 knot boat and has 4500 ponies. sweet boat
That's probably so he can outrun all the women after him. :)
I like what Alan Jackson named his ...... Hull Billy.
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Or Jimmy Buffet's Rybovich(sp?) the "Last Mango"

We were running 40mph across Aransas Bay a while back and couldn't come close to catching "Day Money" in the ICW.
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Sorry... hunting season full swing and one damn fire after another around here to round things off... continue to work on food plots for rest of season and getting trailer and suzuki and such to the deer lease, and finishing work on my deer blind at home and so on....
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The boat is a Merritt 55 knots sounds good but i think its more like hi 30s ..37-39. Im wondering where that pic was taken though. It looks familiar though. Nice tender cover.
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I'm still here , just werkin' on my other hobby right now....
Someone start a fight we all get to talking when someone starts a good feud !!!
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rost495 wrote:Sorry... hunting season full swing and one damn fire after another around here to round things off... continue to work on food plots for rest of season and getting trailer and suzuki and such to the deer lease, and finishing work on my deer blind at home and so on....

Blah Blah Blah.......bet you`re posting up on some of those "White Tail" sites??????
farcry305 wrote:Someone start a fight we all get to talking when someone starts a good feud !!!
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I'm still here , just werkin' on my other hobby right now....
Someone start a fight we all get to talking when someone starts a good feud !!!
BB

Yeah....I`ll bet your spendin time on that "other" forum....... :dontknow:

Does this post make me look fat? :violent1:

I know ya`ll like them more than SA :banghead:


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Brotherbob wrote:I'm still here , just werkin' on my other hobby right now....
Someone start a fight we all get to talking when someone starts a good feud !!!
BB
:dontknow: OK...........CM will get-er done than AC :cheers: How about that?Will that start it?
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I always post on the other sites. Airboats is a part time thing with me. Hunting is life. Airboats happen to fit into that. Grins.
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