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    Default 16 candles in the '58 edsel'

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    Sorry bro don't know the code but I know your group. Can you help a brother out

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    Default 16 candles................................in the '58 edsel'

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbillbrowne View Post
    Sorry bro don't know the code but I know your group.
    there's no such thing
    it's a figment........

    ......which reminds me;

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    Yep the EURGBP has served me well this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancat View Post
    there's no such thing
    it's a figment........
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbillbrowne View Post
    Yep the EURGBP has served me well this week
    here's your button as promised
    if you don't wish to wear it please distribute it to the next homeless person you encounter
    don’t worry if the first one is female, they don't stand on ceremony nor care much for titles
    they'll still happily wear the badge.



    you could be accused of already possessing one, but we all know it's a figment
    here’s your button as promised.


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    Looks like I'll be n need of a chest to pin it on

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    ......in the '58 edsel'

    They shot most of the scenes in San Rafael & Petaluma in less than a month!
    One of my uncles was an extra in one of the street scenes & other family members strolled down to watch shooting most nights.
    Every studio rejected it before Universal wrote the check.
    Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancat View Post
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    ......in the '58 edsel'
    They shot most of the scenes in San Rafael & Petaluma in less than a month!
    Last edited by double 6; 03-24-2015 at 12:04 PM.

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    Lack of orange juice leads Louisiana man to shoot son in buttocks | Reuters

    Quote Originally Posted by double 6 View Post
    I don't want a button. Give it to a hopeless person.
    as you wish
    here, take a mini-poster instead


    Quote Originally Posted by AltTab View Post
    They shot most of the scenes in San Rafael & Petaluma in less than a month!
    Amazing.
    apparently a good percentage was also 1 take wraps.
    James Dean was born 20 years too early otherwise he would definitely have featured.
    he'd have certainly dug the directors/producers.

    although you could be accused of already possessing one, we all know it's a figment
    here's your button as promised.

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