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Old 09-22-2011, 04:20 PM   #861
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Due to popular demand.... I have a bunch more but this will be the final installment.. Did not want to offend but it really was harmless fun and raised a ton of money for developing ball fields and parks in some tough areas of Myrtle Beach. So glad I could help out the KIDS<<<<

Oh these will be deleted in the next few days.....Don't want the kids to grow up with the misconceptions.....


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Old 09-22-2011, 04:20 PM   #862
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Did you misconceive with ALL of them?
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Old 09-22-2011, 04:27 PM   #863
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Did you misconceive with ALL of them?
I only had 20+ shots of Vodka and a dozen beers......so believe it or not I don't remember much after 6p.m. I was home and in bed alone at 9 pm. DW was not impressed but she knows it was for a good cause and stuff happens....

Once a year for the Kiddies.....

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Someone has to do it....

Due to popular demand.... I have a bunch more but this will be the final installment.. Did not want to offend but it really was harmless fun and raised a ton of money for developing ball fields and parks in some tough areas of Myrtle Beach. So glad I could help out the KIDS<<<<

Oh these will be deleted in the next few days.....Don't want the kids to grow up with the misconceptions.....
Since you warned us about the deletions I went ahead and saved these on my computer. How old are the kids? I need to be able to time the extortion emails properly.
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I only had 20+ shots of Vodka and a dozen beers......so believe it or not I don't remember much after 6p.m.
Apparently loss of short-term memory is the second effect of aging!

And there is no recognized drug to counteract the effects...
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Living off an an Adventure/Sport motorcycle for a month will do that to a fella! Ha! I met my riding buddy on a dirt bike web site. After years of posting in forums, he invited me up for a ride near his place in Rogue River, Oregon. bi-annual trips to Oregon led to him talking me into a plated bike and the exploration of Idaho's back roads.

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Wally, In that one shot it looks like your standing on your tip toes between those two long legged gals
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Wally, In that one shot it looks like your standing on your tip toes between those two long legged gals
Tip toes or a wooden leg ARGHHH!

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I think we need some cute grandbaby pictures about now.
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On Pike's Peak summit last month, which is a bit like being on an airplane that has lost its pressurization:
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On Pike's Peak summit last month, which is a bit like being on an airplane that has lost its pressurization:
Very pretty. It must feel good for you to get out like that.
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Very pretty. It must feel good for you to get out like that.
Yeah, except that I am acclimated to mile-high altitude, whereas 14,000+ is a bit much to take. I was trying not to fall off the mountain in that picture. I am a lot more comfy at 5,XXX feet, as in last friday's 20 mile bike ride along the Platte:
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