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At 1:35pm on December 14, 2008, Andrew Brassard said…
Thank for the info brother!

Stay Safe,
At 10:42am on December 14, 2008, Andrew Brassard said…
Thanks for the reply brother.

I checked out the video, very nice.... looks like a good time and right up my ally.

Do you have to be a residence of Georgia to take the class?

I also checked out the web page, looks good!

Thanks for the info and help.

Stay Safe,
At 10:08am on December 14, 2008, Anthony Avillo said…
ok bro
i will look forward to it
At 6:46pm on December 13, 2008, Andrew Brassard said…
Hey Brother,

I had a quick question, what exactly is a "smoke diver"? I have seen this a couple of times and was curious as to what it is.

Thanks Bro,
At 3:58pm on December 13, 2008, Anthony Avillo said…
hey brett
what's shaking bro
i hope u have a better ipod come fdic
if u need consultation on good music and less weepy milktoast, i am available at a small fee
b safe

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