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    Thought you guys might like to see my basement I just finished in May
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      last one

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        that is awesome, i hope to have something like that someday...it must feel very warm inside to just sit in there awesome job

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        • #5
          Two thumbs up!

          J-Ram: two tumbs up!!

          That basement looks superb! Very "RAM nice"! (the letter 'D' is more aptly used for Dangerous, Dauntless, D-e-f-e-n-s-e, Defying, Destroyers, Dominating, Dramatic ).

          An emphatic, possitive and strong expression, therefore, comes naturally for a St. Louis Ram without damnation, i.e., "Ram!, that's an impressive basement!"

          Just kidding. Seriously though, it's good to know there is such Ram loyalty in Minnesota. Way to go J-Ram!

          Thanks for sharing the pics.

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            what Jorge says ..... I say ;) :cool:

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              Good job Jason
              Your basement looks really impressive. That jersey on the frame is an original JB one?
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                bettis

                yes it is. Signed by Jerome himself.

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                  APPLAUSE, APPLAUSE with a big dose of ENVY!

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