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With all of the things I have found on the access at pelican It's time too start this. On Mon.the 17th found by me on my tailgate when I left was a columbia coat. Call me too describe and get back your coat. Also a pack of the real weeds about a week earliier. Krebsy...701 371 4902 confused.gif

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Oh ya the weeds were green, about 4 feet long, made of high quailty plastic, looked like real weeds but weren't.

Ok I described them, can I have them???? smirk.gif

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Krebsy --

If you found some beer outside of Barek's fishouse it is mine. wink.gif

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Yeah, I was there in mid October and I found a boat key with a purple floater. Nobody has claimed it yet, but I still have it.

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Bison --

I lost my Luke Skywalker action figure when I was a kid near Morningside park in Moorhead. If anyone found it let me know.

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dahitman44, I bet your still playing with your action figures!?!?

sorry just couldn't pass that up.

Congrats on your sled/over heating issue. I've been following that thread for awhile.

later,

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Meat --

The sled issue was a big pain, glad it is over.

As for the action figures -- just bring out the Slave Princess Leia once in a while ... if you know what I mean.

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Oh that's just to funny. LOL.

Just for another laugh, remember the Friends episode where Jennifer Anistan dressed up as Princess Leia? That's a classic episode.

Now that your up and running make sure to keep it one piece.

Merry Xmas.

mr

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Will do, my Brother.

For fun google star wars or princess leia with the safe search off.

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I lost my girlfriend [Note from admin: Please read forum policy before posting again. Thank you.] So if anyone finds a nice one of those pass her my way. HEHE My phone is in the bottom of pelican too in case you catch it...

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Easy dragon... I sense some hostility and bitterness. Go out with her best friend and that will ease the pain.

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speaking of lost and found (trying to stay on subject, kind of) do you know the Dorn family from Hawley? Or the initials DD and now lives in Brainerd?

mr

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Actually --

Dragon -- the best way to get even is to post some pics or send them to your friends.

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Meat --

I would guess that is Dusty Dorn?

Why do you ask? You haven't seen that tatoo on a girl you are dating have you.

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Now I am getting sick. I am sure I will go to the Penalty Box soon ...

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Yea thats him. He's a real character and a friend. Not sure if thats good or bad to admit but if you know him as good as I it's a clean joke.

Just figured that you are in the same town he lived in that you would know him. No biggy, but if you have any dirt on him that I can use on him now would be perfect timing. He might be purchasing something from me for his snowmobiling habit that might be getting out of hand.

later,

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Yeah he is a good guy.

Phil Solum has some funny stories about him, they usually start with, "Then he just turned and shot ... " -- inside joke.

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i lost a tackle box with over $100 dollars worth of tackle and a gerber micro tool. i lost it at deadshot bay on sunday night. will give cash reward to anyone who can return it to me.

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I lost my girlfriend
[Note from admin: Please read forum policy before posting again. Thank you.]
So if anyone finds a nice one of those pass her my way. HEHE My phone is in the bottom of pelican too in case you catch it...


Dragon81: I think I must have dated her as well....seems like the same gal anway....

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Good news -- I am NOT in the Penalty Box.

Sweet.

Dragon -- R U in the box?

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I dont think so !!!!

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that's cause santa's in a good mood, and all the boys and girls on here are listening well and behaving. keep it up! wink.gif

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You are lucky. I got thrown in the box for next to nothing the last time. Need to watch myself, tend to get carried a way sometimes. Big surprise, eh?

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