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You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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I was worried for awhile Josey Wales.

 

Thought maybe Captain Red Legs Terrel finally got you.

 

Best of Luck at your new site.

 

Peace out..............


"Don't be afraid to see what you see" - President Ronald Reagan

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As was I.  Thought Eric had done a permanent move.... 

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:P Won't get to me unless they export me from this world.  Until then I'll just keep pulling the arrows out and sticking myself with a hot poker, lol


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