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Commanche Jim

Good Times at Stoney Point.......

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Hope to see you guys there sometime. Here are some pics of this past Friday with the band and some staff members.

Brian Jones........do know who the guy is with the bad shirt and wig?

........ Notice the Cass Lake map in the background

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Were my pictures pulled?

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I don't think so...

Beef

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Checked and our staff didn't pull them frown.gif

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Jim, did you use a host such as photobucket? or just try to cut and paste them straight to the web site. You need to use a host to bring up the image... It won't work if you just paste them right to your post...

Good Luck!

Ken

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Do the pictures appear on my post? I see them now, but sometimes when I check this thread, the pictures on my post appear as a red X.

Maybe it's my computer.....

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No they are not on your post...

Good Luck!

Ken

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I see 3 red X's.

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Jim,

Who is it? Looks like fun and I wish I could be there!!!

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Just a reminder that this Tuesday Illinois Outdoors will be taping 2 shows from Stoney Point starting at 7. Get there early.

Brian, do you know how to get these pics up? See below.

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