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    It's called a joke

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    Default That is...

    I thought she was down east today though. Hmm there may be another.
    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    Is that LA's plate?
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    I tried holding off, but I'm afraid I'm going to have to Markwell this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    Is that LA's plate?
    wouldn't have been hers, she was heading to Princeton today
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    Default Could have been

    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    wouldn't have been hers, she was heading to Princeton today
    I beg to differ. It could have been LA's.

    I offer as proof:

    We attended the breakfast event hosted by Ekidokai at KevLan in Bangor a few months ago. As we were driving northbound on I-95 we thought a small passenger airliner had missed the runway and landed on I-95 because there was a flash of silver and then we were in turbulence and could see a vapor trail.

    It was LA headed for the event.

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    Actually with 23 styles of plates there could easily be several Maine plates with CACHER on them. These are still available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustKev View Post
    I beg to differ. It could have been LA's.

    I offer as proof:

    We attended the breakfast event hosted by Ekidokai at KevLan in Bangor a few months ago. As we were driving northbound on I-95 we thought a small passenger airliner had missed the runway and landed on I-95 because there was a flash of silver and then we were in turbulence and could see a vapor trail.

    It was LA headed for the event.
    LOL, that would be the style of driving that Ralph refers to as "typhooning" She may have gotten airborne on the hill in Wesley and just couldn't stop since Toyota 4runners don't have airbrakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Actually with 23 styles of plates there could easily be several Maine plates with CACHER on them. These are still available.

    I wonder if my truck would classify as an antique auto... a combination for sure, it has enough parts from a different combination of other vehicles!
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