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Old 10-05-2005, 10:07 AM   #1
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With Halloween coming up, thought I'd post and example of what the well-dressed FIREperson will not wear on the 31st...

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Old 10-05-2005, 10:11 AM   #2
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AAARGH! My eyes AGAIN!

I need to start paying some one to prescreen this board for me!
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Eeeeeeew!!

Is that from the Mardi Gras Gay Parade?
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Man, you look just like Linda Carter!
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I think she, he, is gorgeous.
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Looks like a good example of what a "muffin top" looks like.
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Can we get back to less traumatic posts on things like Safe Withdrawal Rates?
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I think your wife looks very nice, REW.* Ignore those other posters!

P.S. The stuffed beaver made me write this.
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I wonder what the "stuffed beaver" is dressing up as this year?
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