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Old 03-17-2008, 10:22 AM
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Here is Eddie..."word to your muffler" Young getting busy with the timing light yesterday after he set my chit on kill!
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Old 03-17-2008, 12:04 PM
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That sure is one good looking dude!!!!

I'm seeing a little gray hair on top. That's starting to concern me. I'm gonna need some Just For Men soon.
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Do like me and just keep cutting your hair shorter. I am almost scalped bald......but it looks looks like a light dusting....

Back in my paryting days, I got some just for men for my goat. I was all phucked up when I put it on........the next day, I looked like someone filled in my chin with a widebody sharpie!
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That sure is one good looking dude!!!!

I'm seeing a little gray hair on top. That's starting to concern me. I'm gonna need some Just For Men soon.

If you don't mind brown hair, you could save a few bucks on the hair dye by rubbing the top of your head on the headliner in your truck. There should be enough tobacco tar caked into it to turn your hair a nice shade of brown....no more gray!!
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Gawd damn Liquid liability........your hourly rate just went through the roof with YPM!
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it looks like a "migrant worker" may have taken an air brush to that one...does it have thier family name written in bold script on the back?
That boat belongs to the world famous mexican importer "Thunder Rodriguez"!

That was the only one made with a fajita skillet in the galley! IT also has a pot to cook re-fried beans where the toilet would normally go.

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just trying to save YPM a few dollars and give him a more natural look at the same time.

I dig the fajita skillet, but how do you warm the tortilla's?

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Instead of Fender holders......it has Chimichanga holders....
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just trying to save YPM a few dollars and give him a more natural look at the same time.

I dig the fajita skillet, but how do you warm the tortilla's?
Special holders on th flame arrestors.....
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i bet the trailer has full hydraulics so when it goes down the road it can go front to back and side to side....
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