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Case Nutty 1660

05-03-2011 07:48:12

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I don't know if everyone here that likes Case has followed my past posts on the combine forum, reason I ask is if you haven't I would put them here to as I do have fair collection of them also and they seeemed to go over big their, so let me know as I do not want repeat if all has seen if you catch what I mean,,,,but no worry's if you have, I have other things to post just want to know what you love he most!! sorry can't help myself some times,, my best bud here calls it a gift! my wife calls it something else,,, anyway tell me what you would like to see I may have it and if I don't someone here WILL, and if your bored thats fine just tell me its time later cnt tom

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Case Nutty 1660

05-04-2011 03:01:59

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 Re are you afraid to say?? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 05-03-2011 07:48:12  
now come on cat got your tonges or does no one have a sence of humor

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