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I see you are corupting people rite off the bat, but the BEER idea sounds good to me !! shrike you better watch 3broncocrazy he'll have you doing belly flops in the mud buggin pits down there before to long, shrike he is a good fellow as well as the rest of the Ga chapter are so WELCOME to the GA Chapter of
Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you,
Jesus Christ and the American G. I.
One died for your soul;
The other for your freedom.
Many seem to have forgotten both of them. Member of the Georgia Chapter
i drive a 1988 f150 4x4 w/I6 and EFI, i'm also working on my baby, a 1969 f100 w/360, am currently converting to disc brakes and installing a C6, oh by the way, I thought everyone did belly flops in mud boggin pits, i was beginin to think i was the only one that new how to have fun
shrike- will that be cash or credit card?
Every new member buys a keg of PBR for the rest.
OK-Kiddin'- 3bronco, grayranger and jharvey are the coolest guys you will ever meet.
F350 woman is the best leader I have known.
Check it out- this board is actually good for ya.
Groovin' on the freeway, gauge is on the red
Gun down on my gasoline, I believe I'm gonna crack a head.
welcome to the show, we all are just a bunch of fun lovin folk around here, and you really need to watch out for old87, he is the worst, but his bbq will make ya slap ya mama, and fordf-350woman's cake is awesome. but there is no one here that will steer ya wrong, just make sure that you bring enough brew to keep em occupied while you eat!!!
hey 3bronco, the only mud we have, that i know about is down at the mayday bridge, has alot of sand dunes as well, it's right on the alapaha river, when the river is low, we go in it, and as far as wild adventures goes, it's ok the first couple of times, but after a while it gets old, my boys have season passes and they live out there, hooters is like old fords, theres always a surprise. later
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