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Old 10-29-2017, 09:47 PM
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been away for over 6 years,forgot my old user name and pass word so i have to start over.
old timer to the first cubs, 1965,66,67 and a 78. built to last machines unlike my 2008 lt 1050 mtd fake.
ase gold master tech before retiring in 06 due to major health issues now back to enjoying what i simply can, hot rods ,small engines and fishing off shore,

my brain is open to picking, live near by help is as simple ask asking
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Welcome fellow Jerseyite!
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Welcome back!! Hope you have plenty of time to play with your cubs! We still like pictures!
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Welcome back Charlie.!
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Old 11-04-2017, 08:45 AM
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Welcome fellow Jerseyite!
hear NJ, you're almost close enough to spit at,from vernon with a good wind . is the old dumont rod and gun club still own property in the town? used to be a member way way back, and fish with old pappy haines the artist , to much of your town is changing, general store and more

were loosing the chatter box to a stinking wawa gas station, why? quick check is building one right across the highway at the ideal farm store location going to need to find a new saturday car cruise night stop.
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I thought the quick check was locating at the old Exxon site?
Just what we need are more gas stations.
Long live the bulldog in Hainesville.
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I thought the quick check was locating at the old Exxon site?
Just what we need are more gas stations.
Long live the bulldog in Hainesville.
my understanding is ideal sold the farm stand property to quickcheck, don't know about the old exxon property. fenced in like they do when the ground is polluted.
don't need a corner full of gas stations there for sure. the chatter box should remain food. maybe something like a red lobster would do better a real shopping mall caddy corner like there has talk of for how many years now?


go further south on 15 in sparta. north side near the railroad bridge, shoprite is coming. as if 15 can handle any more traffic as it is right now,
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