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Old 01-02-2005, 08:25 PM
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Ok enough pleaze you are KILLING MEEEEEEEEEE
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Ok enough pleaze you are KILLING MEEEEEEEEEE
Does that mean I need to stop? There were a bunch of boats there. But your still lookin
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I'd move to keys today but I don't like the idea of living in a cardboard box that's about all I can afford when it comes to houses down there.
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I'd move to keys today but I don't like the idea of living in a cardboard box that's about all I can afford when it comes to houses down there.
Hey we might be able to go in together and get a two story box. Hell I'm in OK, just drive a lot.
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I was house shopping when I was down there, $600,000 for a double-wide trailer. Guess I won't be moving anytime soon...
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I was house shopping when I was down there, $600,000 for a double-wide trailer. Guess I won't be moving anytime soon...
To say nothing about the Hurricanes.
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they said it was tied down pretty good. I don't know what the tied it down too, It's a freakin sandbar!!!
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they said it was tied down pretty good. I don't know what the tied it down too, It's a freakin sandbar!!!
They meant it was tied down pretty good considering it is setting on a sand bar. I think I would rather have a concrete block structure.
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