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Sndsamplr last won the day on March 5

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    HAHA, great facts
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    Hey Slappy, New Quad?

    Put some paddles on that and I would love to take it up olds.
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    A few pics from Olds Saturday.

    Beautiful shots Carl, well done sir.
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    In the band room. My girl. And my favorite band, back when they ripped.
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    Action Shots

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    Action Shots

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    A good story

    Heard about that. Dude had to be happy
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    It's Saturday 3/9/19 what are you doing this weekend?

    went shopping, got me some bling belts, cooked up some salmon and vegetables, watching Daytona... a great day
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    International Women's Day

    This the only image I think of when I hear International Women’s Day. I never heard if it till Dead Pool. If this is what it’s all about, What a day it is for women 😊
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    Action Shots

    My buddy Jon Jon Belisle
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    Action Shots

    I know we have picture threads all over the site, but I want to dedicate one of just action shots. Let’s see some action shots of you, your friend, or anybody throwing some sand, buggy, quad, two, three, side x side...and maybe tasting sand. The more body English the better.
  12. I had stopped by my "Embroidery Guys" house the other day to have some hats embroidered with the Slappy Racing logo. My embroidery guy is named Tom, Tom Cameron. I've known him for over 15 years, and he has embroidered so many things for me and GD.com. I met him while I was reading a route for work about 15 years ago, and noticed him in his garage running an embroidery machine. I walked on in and asked him if I could use him to do some "One offs" and such. He said sure. Tom was an elderly man, skinny, white hair, wears glasses, rides a street bike, and is very pleasant to talk to. Over the last 15 or so years, I've talked with him considerably about Glamis, the Veterans Ceremony, the Golf Tournament, and many other stories about Glamis over the years. He even came out to Glamis last year for the Golf Tournament, and stayed in his tent just outside my trailer. I offered him to stay in my trailer, but he declined saying, "It's beautiful out here, I'll be ok in the tent." Anyways, back to the story. When I stopped in a couple weeks ago to drop of the hats for the Slappy Racing logo, I noticed that Tom was wearing a Vietnam Veteran hat. I looked at him, puzzled, and said, "Tom, you were in Vietnam?" He replied, "Yes I was." I immediately replied, "Tom, I've known you over 15 years, and I never knew that." My mind was now racing, and I stared at him for a couple seconds, and i was thinking maybe he was stationed stateside or something, no way did this pleasant, soft talking old man walk the jungles in South East Asia. So I asked, "What did you do in Vietnam?" He replied, "I was a field medic for the 1st Infantry Division, assigned to Charlie Company, out of Lai Khe, 25 miles North of Saigon." My jaw dropped. After all these years of talking to him about the Vets Ceremony, my mother and father being Marines, I never had a clue that my friend was a Vietnam Veteran, and one that was deep in the bush. Well, I guess I never asked. Right after that, we talked for a brief 20 minutes about what he did while in Vietnam, and I could've stayed there and listened for hours, but I had to get back to work. I did ask him if he was ok to talk about his time in Vietnam, and that I would love to sit by the fire soon and hear everything, and he said, "Absolutely, and I do have some article write ups, a narrative in a book, and some other things I can give you if you would like." I said, "Absolutely". And before I left, I told him, "YOU HAVE TO COME OUT TO THE VETERAN CEREMONY." He replied, "I will be there." So, Tom Cameron, the soft spoken, gentle man, my embroidery guy, Bronze Star recipient, is a total bad ass, and I never even knew it. Here is some stuff he gave me. That's Tom on the right.
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    Game Of Thrones

    Tyrion Lannister will sit on the throne.
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    The Coobster took a fall

    I heard the same thing John, strange isn’t it?

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