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    The thing I like the most about this site is the conversations that we have regardless of the content. At least we have conversations unlike the other Maine site where they have nothing. Sorry but couldn't resist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pm28570 View Post
    My remarks were made in jest towards FFJ and Hiram.
    No problem. No damaged nerves. I just know both FFJ and myself have been mentioned before when it comes to not posting to these threads. I'm sure there are others, but we both freely admit it.
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    Default speaking of hiram...

    So last weekend Aaron accomplished the following: 1, the Centum Challenge;2, Signs the log on the Maine Delorme Challenge; and 3, The Alpha Numeric Challenge. Anybody who has posted to this thread too "shy" to log a congrats to Aaron on these milestones? C'mon now, it's not hard, won't hurt, Aaron says it will make him feel good... It's spelled: C O N G R A T S. or any derivation that makes people smile!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    Oh, I just like stirring the pot I guess.
    Congratulations to the FTF on this cache.
    I had a few funny possible FTF logs for that, but I will refrain because I have too much email to reply to as it is.

    Are we supposed to know what cache that is?
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    Congrats on the Delorme Challenge to Hiram! Maybe the Alphanumeric challenge too. Despite having done some stats for that cache, I have not even looked to see what I would have to do to accomplish it, so I can't make a valid interpretation of it. And I am sure the alphabet is easy for Hiram, he knows it by heart - at least backwards.
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    Default Yay!

    That's the spirit Dave! Congrats to you too on your thoughtful post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    I had a few funny possible FTF logs for that, but I will refrain because I have too much email to reply to as it is.

    Are we supposed to know what cache that is?
    Naaaaaaa, could be anywhere Maine. I will say that zooming out revealed boku caches in close proximity. Therefore I snapped a photo versus embed the link.

    I wouldn't put the name of the cache or the ftf'er here. That wouldn't be stirring the pot but rather starting a witch hunt. LOL Besides, whoever set it up enjoyed doing so(or at least I hope) and the individual that ftf'ed it enjoyed beating everyone to the cache. That re-occurring word of enjoy and the associated deriviative keeps popping up. Cache On!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    And I am sure the alphabet is easy for Hiram, he knows it by heart - at least backwards.

    yes dave, I can burp it both ways...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pm28570 View Post
    My remarks were made in jest towards FFJ and Hiram.
    . . . and honestly that's the way I took it . . . I didn't figure you for the malicious sort and took it as just being a jest. However, in the future adding a or a or a often helps clarify your "thoughts."
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    . . .And I am sure the alphabet is easy for Hiram, he knows it by heart - at least backwards.
    First line of the day to make me laugh.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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