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Old 07-26-2005, 09:50 PM   #15
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Hoverbug,

Great choices in TH's and TV's. That combo looks super nice.........congrats.

Also....Good luck with your eye surgery....hope all goes well.

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Old 07-27-2005, 08:36 AM   #16
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Thanks guys for the support. I's a routine right eye Catarack removal. Just FOP(Forgetful Old People )stuff. I was thinking that with my eye patch maybe I could get some tattoes, body piercings and a bandana. My new handle could be FatPirate
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He He, If I ever see a one eyed fatpirate flying into camp with a gold hoop earring and tattoes I'll know it's you!!

Hover, congrats on the new set-up, looks really nice. Get well soon so we can do what we do best! ENJOY LIFE!!! bb
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Old 07-27-2005, 04:54 PM   #18
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Thanks again for the support. The procedure went better than I could of hoped for. They slipped a tad of Bushmills in the IV, woke me a half hour later and it was done. We are very fortunate to have some very good medical folks here in KFalls. But now with this eye patch I'll be a one eyed lurker. Post on!!
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Dave:

Hummm...I didn't see any sign of slurring in your post- are you sure they put in enough Bushmills?!

Glad to hear it went well...so post off ye One-Eyed Bandit!!

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