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  • Tailgating 9/11

    If your interested let me know, Im making arrangements with some locales I talk to on FB,I know weve tried in the past, but this yr Im making power moves to keep us all together for the game.
    Tim

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    Re: Tailgating 9/11

    Go for it, Tim! As long as we don't miss a single minute of football...
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    RAMS!

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