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smurfy

i see we have a celebrity amoungst us.......... ole eyeguy made the outdoor news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!👍🤗

 

great going bud!!!!!!!!!!!🤗

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rundrave
1 hour ago, smurfy said:

ole eyeguy made the outdoor news

got a link?

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15 minutes ago, rundrave said:

got a link?

naw sorry rundave.🙄 this guy's computer skills are very lacking. i seen it in the actual paper version!!!!!!!! not sure if you can google it or not?????????

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leech~~
22 hours ago, smurfy said:

i see we have a celebrity amoungst us.......... ole eyeguy made the outdoor news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!👍🤗

 

great going bud!!!!!!!!!!!🤗

Right, for what?

Bank robbery or common thuggery? 🤭

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1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

Right, for what?

Bank robbery or common thuggery? 🤭

🤣 he had his mug shot in there with a couple dandy sunfish!!!!!!!👍

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Rick G

Can someone please post the pic of Grandpa Royce?  Or Smurf, can you take a pic of it with your Jitterbug flip phone and send it to me via text? 

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25 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Can someone please post the pic of Grandpa Royce?  Or Smurf, can you take a pic of it with your Jitterbug flip phone and send it to me via text? 

🤣 I moved up from the flip phone.🤣 pm me your number, I can handle texts 😉

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Here is the full article. Hope it's readable.

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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

Here is the full article. Hope it's readable.

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Thanks.  Someone could use window replacements!  👍👍  😆

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monstermoose78

They were biting for Rick and Eyeguy 

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smurfy
9 hours ago, monstermoose78 said:

They were biting for Rick and Eyeguy 

they were fishing where they had the vacine mayhaps!!!!!🤣

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1 hour ago, Eyeguyroyce54 said:

I am a legend in my own mind... :) :) :) 

 

Hacked account firsure!  🤭

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3 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

Hacked account firsure!  🤭

cant remember my password. wont let me reset cuz it doesnt know my email  cant log in thru facebook.  lol  so I made a new one cuz i had to check in. 

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Rick G
16 hours ago, Eyeguyroyce54 said:

cant remember my password. wont let me reset cuz it doesnt know my email  cant log in thru facebook.  lol  so I made a new one cuz i had to check in. 

Sure.....lol.   Can we get a mod to escort this obvious imposter the heck outahere😂 The real oldfart54 would never forget his password😂

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2 hours ago, Rick G said:

Sure.....lol.   Can we get a mod to escort this obvious imposter the heck outahere😂 The real oldfart54 would never forget his password😂

 

Or remember his age if he was going to make a new one! 54 🤭

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Wanderer
2 hours ago, Rick G said:

The real oldfart54 would never forget his password😂


Yah, how could he forget RickG4me!  🤣

 

31 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

 

Or remember his age if he was going to make a new one! 54 🤭

 

Your birth year doesn’t change. 😉

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old email on that eyeguy 54 that I havnt used in years,  so cant reset password. couldnt get any help anywhere. 

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8 hours ago, Eyeguyroyce54 said:

old email on that eyeguy 54 that I havnt used in years,  so cant reset password. couldnt get any help anywhere. 

Kynna hard to get hold of an Admin these days?

 

But yeah, good to see ya post. 👍

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11 minutes ago, Wanderer said:

Kynna hard to get hold of an Admin these days?

 

But yeah, good to see ya post. 👍

I think Gramps1854 was the last of the mods on this page😂. Now we have free reign on here... Ding dong the witch is dead😂😂😂

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13 hours ago, Wanderer said:

Your birth year doesn’t change. 😉

Well may be he came back "Nonbinary" Mr. smartypants!  🤭

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monstermoose78

Who’s an admin ? This stuff I need to know

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1 hour ago, monstermoose78 said:

Who’s an admin ? This stuff I need to know

That’s a good question.  👍

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rundrave
On 8/3/2021 at 9:54 AM, Eyeguyroyce54 said:

old email on that eyeguy 54 that I havnt used in years,  so cant reset password. couldnt get any help anywhere. 

 

this is an issue on HSO side also. I know of multiple users who have reached out to me offline and had same issue and just stopped trying 

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Rick G
11 hours ago, monstermoose78 said:

Who’s an admin ? This stuff I need to know

Ah s#!t, the cops found us😂 

Pretty sure it's just You, Rick, Jeff and the old fart left on staff yet.  Can you guys help gramps figure out his password issues?

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monstermoose78
44 minutes ago, Rick G said:

Ah s#!t, the cops found us😂 

Pretty sure it's just You, Rick, Jeff and the old fart left on staff yet.  Can you guys help gramps figure out his password issues?

There is no help once the mind goes @Rick G

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As you all know I don’t know anything 

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