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Re: psychological fortitude

In Reply to: posted by on August 22, 2005 at 20:28:21:

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Posted by:
"Bob Bob"

on August 29, 2005 at 21:24:03

Smell the burn, boys. Smell the burn. I was wondering if the Silverback was going to make an appearance at this game. I know Ringo was going to stop by and fix it. He is probably the only one would could fix it, really. I mean, he built the dang thing to begin with. He is the one who kept it running the whole time it actually ran. He never really rode in it much, though. Wonder if there is something to that? Huh, we will probably never know. Anyway, did Ringo ever stop by and fix the Silverback? It would be sweet to ride in that pig. Did you ever get that sweet airsystem installed? The one where you could just plug in a gun and go? Man, that Silverback is sweet. How many tires are flat? I could bring fix a flat and a spark plug, if that is all it needs. That is one sweet ride. Fix a flat and a clutch. Better wash out the gas tank and prolly boil out that carb. Oh, and that metal switch thingy that goes back and forth. Man, that is one sweet ride. I sure hope it shows up for this last game. That would be sweet.

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