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Old 03-31-2011, 05:11 PM   #11
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Hey John, glad to have you over here at FTF from the other one. Are you fully up and going from your move ??? I don't get over to the other forum much any more, FTF is my home................

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Hey John, glad to have you over here at FTF from the other one. Are you fully up and going from your move ??? I don't get over to the other forum much any more, FTF is my home................

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Hi Jim! I am, though it's sorta funny that I'm planning to move the shop again to the other side of town, probably in June. My lease here has been a nightmarish event and I have a better spot coming available. A little cross town move will take just a couple days to plug it all back in if the ATF cooperates. I have plenty of time to give them notice thankfully.
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Old 04-01-2011, 04:55 AM   #14
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My health is probably no better or worse now, just luck of the draw and a hard youth.
Yea, I know what you mean about that. I just passed my 2-year anniversary from stroke #2. The doctors say things like, "You should just be happy you're alive." Who trains these guys, anyway? Anyway, I am thankful to be healthy enough to do most things...guess we all should be as well...
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maybe we should have an old guys section and share tips and tricks on growing old, and give young guys advice on how to become properly busted up seniors. I don't think anyone teaches that anymore. I never rode my bike with a Styrofoam helmet and most of the time rode without using my hands. The horror.......
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Well, as long as I can still walk, see my target and pull the trigger, I guess I'm ok and won't complain too much about the 24/7 pain.



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