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Old 06-29-2014, 09:28 PM
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Member Sighting in Bozeman MT?

Sunday June 29. Between Norris and Bozeman, to be precise. Looked like a '56 but I was too far back to get a good look. Metallic blue-green.

I was the gold F-250 with the trailer of scrap metal about 6 cars back.
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Sounds similar to "Missed connections" on CL.
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Sounds similar to "Missed connections" on CL.
No kidding. The ones I've seen tended toward the sweetly sad and the just plain wrong. Coffee shops and Wal-Mart seem to be the venues of choice. My all time favorite were the comments from a woman, seven months pregnant, about the man of her desire - NOT the baby daddy, apparently. Just guessing the connection remained unmade.
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