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Happy Birthday French Lake Kid!

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Hope you had a great day. One thing is for sure; you certainly can't complain about the weather. grin.gif

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Hey kid, we have to go out in my new boat!!!! I,ll even let ya run the maxxum!!! you are a great person and you always have a friend!! I had a blast when we went out last time, and i hope you did too. just remember i want a steak or 2 when ya arrow a deer!!! I hope your birthday is as good as you are! happy b-day and hope to fish with ya again soon!!! Todd wink.gif

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY KID, GOOD LUCK ON YOUR TRIP AND TAKE IT EASY ON THE SKY CARP grin.gif WHAT IS IT LIKE TO HAVE TO BUY A LISCENCE NOW?

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Thnx guys, It sux to have to buy 70-somethn worth of licences! mad.gif Oh well, gotta fish thats 4sure

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i tried to convice your gpa to buy ya a lifetime license but he wouldn't bite

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Just got home but Happy Birthday a few days late. I hope you had a great day.

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i tried to convice your gpa to buy ya a lifetime license but he wouldn't bite


O well he's bought me plenty aready, thanx harvey.

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yo flake kid whats ur email addy i want to talk to u abt huntin down south. thanks

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a late happy birthday ! maybe i'll get a chance to meet you in a couple of weeks! del

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