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post #1 of 8 Old Nov 18th, 2008, 9:31 am Thread Starter
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This is impressive

I actually wore a hole in my keyboard. Believe me, it's quantity not quality.

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post #2 of 8 Old Nov 18th, 2008, 2:37 pm
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That is one nasty looking keyboard!!

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Ever try nail clippers??

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That is one nasty looking keyboard!!
Ha, you ain't seen nothin', why do you think I cropped the photo? Anyway, I think I've had this one since my first 286. Avoids me having to password protect my computer, too.



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Ever try nail clippers??
Yeah, but I keep the one on my left little finger extra long for pickin' my nose.

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I actually wore a hole in my keyboard. Believe me, it's quantity not quality.
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Yeah, but I keep the one on my left little finger extra long for pickin' my nose.
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With the beautiful scenery of North Arkansas, I hardly see how you find time to write, much less do it so much that you wear out the keyboard. I recently took my Klt in to the mc shop for a check-up. When I told the shop manager I was headed to North Arkansas he told me he had three bikes with needed body work, all from wrecks in North Arkansas. Three weekends ago I rode to your town from here in Texas. I rode into Arkansas on 70 toward Hot Springs, took a left at Glenwood and rode up through both the Ouachita and Ozark Nat'l Forrests. My head swivelled enough taking in the beauty that I almost added a fourth wreck to the body shop. The area around Jasper is worth the trip.
I guess the beauty inspires you. Keep on writing. You do good work!
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With the beautiful scenery of North Arkansas, I hardly see how you find time to write, much less do it so much that you wear out the keyboard. I recently took my Klt in to the mc shop for a check-up. When I told the shop manager I was headed to North Arkansas he told me he had three bikes with needed body work, all from wrecks in North Arkansas. Three weekends ago I rode to your town from here in Texas. I rode into Arkansas on 70 toward Hot Springs, took a left at Glenwood and rode up through both the Ouachita and Ozark Nat'l Forrests. My head swivelled enough taking in the beauty that I almost added a fourth wreck to the body shop. The area around Jasper is worth the trip.
I guess the beauty inspires you. Keep on writing. You do good work!
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Thanks very much, Doug. No matter how much I like to ride or play on the boat, I still gotta pay the bills, so that's why I write.

Nono, I meant, I do it because I love it, that's the ticket. Same reason everyone goes to work.

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Time for a new nickname: Shifty.

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