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Old 02-24-2008, 12:17 PM   #181
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Man GLOW, you could really freak someone out with those pix.
It's good to finally see some of you guys. I'll try to post a pick of me with my bald head and goat, kinda scary but not as scary as you.
You're not sacrificing the goat in the picture, are you?


It's good to see your pictures too, Farout. I always kind of figured you for a family man and now I know you are. You've got a lovely family (but I'm sure you already know that). You should be proud.
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Old 02-24-2008, 12:53 PM   #182
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here are 3 of my 4 back in 06 just after completing their paper chain for the countdown to our annual Dec Disney World trip.

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Old 02-24-2008, 01:02 PM   #183
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I just need to remember that 30 is just a number and think of my age as how old I feel inside. I'm in good health and my mind is pretty sharp so I've got plenty of good years ahead of me.
I have the same outlook. I'm 27, but I still jump off of balconies into bushes, push my friends off curbs in shopping carts, and put my right blinker on when I turn left. Age is just a number.
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Old 02-24-2008, 03:45 PM   #184
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here are 3 of my 4 back in 06 just after completing their paper chain for the countdown to our annual Dec Disney World trip.
I worked at Disney World many years ago. You should pull the kids out of school and go around mid October. The whole park is almost abandoned. No lines, no waiting. It was really nice.
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Old 02-24-2008, 03:46 PM   #185
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I have the same outlook. I'm 27, but I still jump off of balconies into bushes, push my friends off curbs in shopping carts, and put my right blinker on when I turn left. Age is just a number.
LMAO. Good stuff. You're right age is just a number. I'm going on 39, I still do stuff that I did 15 year ago. Only difference is it HURTS more now.
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Old 02-24-2008, 03:50 PM   #186
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here are 3 of my 4 back in 06 just after completing their paper chain for the countdown to our annual Dec Disney World trip.

Good lookin kids you have there. Annual vacations and trips are great. Sometimes those trips will seem like a pain but after they get older you realize it was worth every minute!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-24-2008, 03:54 PM   #187
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Ok, what the heck... Here's a picture of me and my daughter. I'll take it down in a little while though

Like the sunglasses. Your daughter is cute as a button. I have to say you are younger than I pictured you though.
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Old 02-24-2008, 04:07 PM   #188
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I thought I would join the frey....


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Old 02-24-2008, 04:11 PM   #189
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I thought I would join the frey....


I know....I know... alot of people say I look like
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Really, I don't see it at all. Tom Cruise maybe but not Eastwood. LOL
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Old 02-24-2008, 05:55 PM   #190
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Dude how did you get on top of the press box? Nice shot of you and your dad with the track and infield in the background. I have been to Charlotte 5 times and Bristol 1 time. I've always wanted to go to Daytona but some friends of mine said it isn't worth it cause you really can't see much cause the track is so huge.
My dad is involved in Trucking and purchased Mack Trucks for the fleet of the company he works for. MRN Radio purchased a Mack Truck for their hauler. The Sales Rep for Mack got us Hot Pit Passes for the week as guests of MRN Radio. We went into the tower after the Gatorade Duels...the sales rep was crazy and just went everywhere and apologized when he got yelled at. He let himself into France's suite and promtly apologized after realizing he didn't know anyone in it. Then we wandered up top and no one seemed to care. Hot Pit Passes are an experience of a lifetime. I enjoyed the following Pepsi 400 from the stands and that was awesome. Always loved partying in what i guess is called the international curve on the infeild for the Rolex 24. I lived in Daytona Beach for 4 years while I went to college there.
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:16 PM   #191
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My dad is involved in Trucking and purchased Mack Trucks for the fleet of the company he works for. MRN Radio purchased a Mack Truck for their hauler. The Sales Rep for Mack got us Hot Pit Passes for the week as guests of MRN Radio. We went into the tower after the Gatorade Duels...the sales rep was crazy and just went everywhere and apologized when he got yelled at. He let himself into France's suite and promtly apologized after realizing he didn't know anyone in it. Then we wandered up top and no one seemed to care. Hot Pit Passes are an experience of a lifetime. I enjoyed the following Pepsi 400 from the stands and that was awesome. Always loved partying in what i guess is called the international curve on the infeild for the Rolex 24. I lived in Daytona Beach for 4 years while I went to college there.
That is awesome man. I bet France about shit when you guys walked in. Man that is an awesome experience. I'm a little envious of you for that trip.
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:56 PM   #192
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Ohhhh boy. I just found one from when I looked like GLOW. Decided I had to post it. About 1.5 yrs old.

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Old 02-24-2008, 07:09 PM   #193
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Like the sunglasses. Your daughter is cute as a button. I have to say you are younger than I pictured you though.
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Nice pic tomes! I figured you as mid 40ish, sorry.
Thanks guys!

Haha, guess it means my posting makes me appear smart & mature!

I'm actually 33 (picture is about 9 months old), so not exactly a kid either though...

My daughter gets cuter by the day, so to be safe I enrolled both her and myself into Martial arts.... (so I'm slimmer than in the picture too - nice sideeffect of working out, haha ) I figure at the time she is ready to date, I will be a black belt.
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Old 02-24-2008, 07:16 PM   #194
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Here is me and my family on vacation at Myrtle Beach in 06.
Very nice family picture! Don't worry about the hair, my wife is all excited about the shaved guys on "Prison Break"
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Haha. Thats good thinking. Gotta be able to kick their boyfriends ass's.
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