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  1. #841


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    Great share Guy! Thanks for poppin that one up!
    Was just thinkin about my Dad, (He Rests In Peace), I hold no regrets but I do miss Him dearly!
    Thanks again!

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  2. #842


    Bay Area
    Posts : 21,456
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64


    My pleasure, still working through the years. Been on 1989 for a while now

    A Guy

    P.S. Feel free to call me Bill
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  3. #843


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    Came out last year but I have been loving the latest Alice in Chains album.
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  4. #844


    Ugh! I'm still working on 1969!

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  5. #845


    Or maybe I'm stuck there....

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  8. #848


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    A Guy
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