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Old 08-07-2009, 02:58 PM
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Robin, If I was old enough, I would use that as my Signature quote!! But I think I could have only fathered a couple of them..
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Robin, If I was old enough, I would use that as my Signature quote!! But I think I could have only fathered a couple of them..
Watch out for paternity suits.

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Way to go Robin. I look forward to the day. I'll probably keep working just so I can double dip and buy more stuff. LOL
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That IS cool, Marv!

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That'd make a great hoodie!

I can picture it now...semi-circle across the top back "Brotherhood Of FTE" with a couple SuperDuty rigs in profile below the words, and a persons forum name and PAA number below the rigs.

Thanks again for helping me out!



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Can I use that for a rollin coal designs shirt? I used to have a tshirt company and decided to open another one, rollincoaldesigns.com, site is not up yet.
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Using FTE on a shirt at a for-profit company would probably upset the owners of this site.

They probably wouldn't mind if someone made one for personal use, but I'd bet a company trying to use the FTE name without their permission would cause a lot of problems.

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I agree Dan, but it sure is worth repeating too!





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I feel the same way, but I nearly got crucified for posting this in the Excursion Forum....I think only the people that knew what I was talking about saw it for what I was really trying to say.

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I feel the same way, but I nearly got crucified for posting this in the Excursion Forum....I think only the people that knew what I was talking about saw it for what I was really trying to say.


What thread are you talking about bro? I musta missed it. Who was giving you flak?

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Using FTE on a shirt at a for-profit company would probably upset the owners of this site.

They probably wouldn't mind if someone made one for personal use, but I'd bet a company trying to use the FTE name without their permission would cause a lot of problems.

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That's why I was asking, of course I wouldn't do that without permission in writing
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This is one of the best thread that I have read in a while it is so true. When you have a bunch of grown men who are putting their sunglasses on in the shade to hide the "wet eyes" as we were saying bye for now at RRE that has to speak very loudly. I have said it before and will say it again. There is no one in our brotherhood that i would not welcome into my home if need be. You guys and gals have been there for me in ways that go above and beyond anything that I could ever imagined and for that I and J-L included will always be grateful.

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Give me a shout and we can draw up a desgn and I will talk to admin about it to see what they say. Also I have a couple of other things along those lines that I would like to talk to you about reguarding the RHN
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