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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    Buy DE long please. River
    Nice!


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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
    sell APKT

    CA$H money
    Given the TA, imo that was a great result - congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spikefader View Post
    Nice!
    Would'a been nicer if I'd got in earlier!

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    Default putting the CA$H to use

    buying IHR right here
    Hide not your talents.
    They for use were made.
    What's a sundial in the shade?

    - Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karel View Post
    Hi Peanuts,

    glad it works for you. I moved the posts; your signature links still work.

    Regards,

    Karel
    Thank you for doing that, Karel! You da man, HUGE dude!
    Hide not your talents.
    They for use were made.
    What's a sundial in the shade?

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    Default Week 7, Day 3

    Week 7 - Surfing Competition
    Day 3 - show offs...



    Not much to say... Lyehopper maintains his lead, and Riverbabe improves her 2nd place position. She might have a hard time getting that John Deere tractor to stay above the wave, but we'll see. Peanuts brings in third place.


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    They for use were made.
    What's a sundial in the shade?

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    Thumbs up Lyehopper's Alchemy Hour

    You're having one amazing week, Lye! It looks like your CYBE pick panned out. Congrats! Man you're slashing the lip, shootin' the barrel and green-rooming, all while hangin' ten and winkin' at the squealin' nectar babes!
    óRob

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    Default Week7, Day 4

    Week 7 - Surfing Competition
    Day 4 - it's heating up, now

    Lyehopper was hearing news that the judges were getting bored with the players attempts to impress them. He swam out to the break and pulled off a great ride on a perfect curler. Cowabunga, dude!


    Pete Hansen and his shiny jade-green board rides a perfect wave and shows some steller top moves that impressed the judges.


    Riverbabe knew she could keep her board above the wave, and she celebrates in fine style. We think that the judges considered her ride on the wave when they gave her third place, but with that suit, you never know...


    Hide not your talents.
    They for use were made.
    What's a sundial in the shade?

    - Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
    Week 7 - Surfing Competition
    Day 4 - it's heating up, now

    Riverbabe knew she could keep her board above the wave, and she celebrates in fine style. We think that the judges considered her ride on the wave when they gave her third place, but with that suit, you never know...
    If not for my 3% late fee, would be in third. But, I am quite happy to see river in 3rd and celebrating!
    best regards ... stenz

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