Can't wait for September 3rd

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stateofmind

stateofmind

Well-Known Member, Male, from Ankeny

stateofmind was last seen:
Mar 23, 2017 at 11:31 PM
    1. stateofmind
      stateofmind
      Can't wait for September 3rd
    2. OPButtrey
      OPButtrey
      Cool. Hey, I made the switch to FSI . Kind of liking it
    3. stateofmind
    4. OPButtrey
      OPButtrey
      Yes, this is Steve Buttrey. Who is this?
    5. cyclonewoes
      cyclonewoes
      you got it, do you know how to change your screenname?
    6. VeloClone
      VeloClone
      You betcha! The bus will be in lot D-2 this year. I guess we picked the right time to move the bus out of the grass lots. Come on over and say "hey!"
    7. Angie
      Angie
      I enjoyed both a lot. :) The smartazz reply made me laugh - I get it, the guy wants to make a little point. Nice job of trying to get him back near the topic.
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    Year:
    1998
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