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Old 07-13-2006, 03:17 PM
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Welcome Greywolf

Good to have you come back to your birth place Grey. Please stop by often and post some of your stuff, i enjoy reading it as would some of the other Pennsylvania Chapter members. Other Tennesseans are also welcome to interact with their Northern counterparts. Did you guys ever decide on a logo for your chapter?

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I think we have a good design - question is getting it big enough to go on a T-shirt.

Good thing I only join the chapters in places I have lived for a few years - if I had a chapter membership in everyplace I ever drove through, I'd resemble a sticker-plastered Winnebago!
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Which design did you settle on and Grey, whats wrong with being plastered?
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I don't DO plastered anymore - not that I want to be respectable or anything, I'd just rather spend the money on gaskets and stuff...

I think we've got a thread around here somewhere about the logo. Lately I'm chasing a job, which means cash to see what a local shirt shop can do for us. If that works, it'll be a sticky thread!
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I really don't do plastered anymore either, haven't in decades. DECADES, not years, decades. Man i'm getting old, i look at 19 year olds and think i should change their diapers their so young. What's wrong with me?(don't believe what i just said)

I was looking at the one thread you had on the logos and also your link. I liked the one with the Tennessee map and Blue Ford with the FTE logo under it. If you could only remove the truck outlines above the Ford Truck Enthusiast and center it under the
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