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    Putter Pic's

    So I think we should start a Scotty club, post pics of your putter, whether or not its a scotty I guess?

    I'll start,

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    At least the pillow is in focus.
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    this is a great idea... moving to sticky...

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    Back of my putter...


    Address view...


    Lead tape to make it heavier...


    looking for a new putter... love mine but may shake it up with a new Cameron, Bettinardi, or PING Redwood just for fun...

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    is that rust all down the end of the shaft?

    i say one piece milled is the way to go... inserts are akin to hybrids, shovels, and winn grips

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    is that rust all down the end of the shaft?

    i say one piece milled is the way to go... inserts are akin to hybrids, shovels, and winn grips

    Omen
    no thats not rust just a reflection of the carpet i think, it is milled, and it doesnt have an insert...every putter i have owned and will own will not have an insert... that it Bob Bettinardi's trademark honeycomb face it feels really good off the ball... BTW this is the same putter as the mizuno C-Series just under the ben hogan name...

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    You guys are akilling me with the Scotty putter photos. I can't atake it. It's alike catnip for Italians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingman360
    Back of my putter...


    Address view...


    Lead tape to make it heavier...


    looking for a new putter... love mine but may shake it up with a new Cameron, Bettinardi, or PING Redwood just for fun...
    That's a sweet putter. How much you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    That's a sweet putter. How much you want?
    thanks but its not for sale... lol... even if i do get a new putter no way i'd sell it... took me a long time to find a putter i like this much just may try another putter or to just for the sake of it...

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    Here are some pictures that are of better quality, for those who are sticklers for proper photography techniques.

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    fudge, the carpet still makes them appear a bit grainy, I'll get em next time, but they are better then the last ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingman360
    thanks but its not for sale... lol... even if i do get a new putter no way i'd sell it... took me a long time to find a putter i like this much just may try another putter or to just for the sake of it...
    I guess it's just the nature of things. I get ahold of a different putter every six months or so, but always go back to my non-insert Newport 2. You'd think I'd learn. If there's a problem with my putting, I need to fix my stroke, not buy a new putter. That said, sometimes the stroke comes back with the temporary use of a new putter, almost like a training aid.

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    Now we've made this a sticky? It's like an ode to a marketing genius. Sort of like how Starbucks took over the world by tripling the price of coffee.
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    Is Tim Hortons a big fad with anyone here? Where I live, its like a city wide addiction that I havent gotten involved in.

    Starbucks, is way too expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TmacG
    Starbucks, is way too expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    Do you know what the word "irony" means?
    Is that the feeling you get when attempting a putt with a Nike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    Is that the feeling you get when attempting a putt with a Nike?
    No. A better analogy would be rain on your wedding day or a no smoking sign on your cigarette break. Or ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife.

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    That could be up there with the Camilo thread in terms of gayness.
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    Aw, come on. Take a look at some of these putters. Look at Omen's. Speaking as an Italian, there's just poetry in certain things. Like a beautiful woman. Like a great glass of wine. Like a crushed drive. A stiffed iron shot. Or a hot, sexy woman. Oh wait, I guess I covered that already. I don't appreciate everything, but that which I don't appreciate, those who do aren't necessarily gay.

    We aren't talking about a male object here. A great putter is more like a woman ina your hands.

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    I was referring to my Alannis Morrisette comment.
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    Uh, guess I was culturally stymied. Again.

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    After some mouse clicking on ebay this was the result.

    what can I say: cameron putters have the feel feel and look great.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinner
    After some mouse clicking on ebay this was the result.

    what can I say: cameron putters have the feel feel and look great.....
    is there a pic???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinner
    After some mouse clicking on ebay this was the result.

    what can I say: cameron putters have the feel feel and look great.....
    Those are some very fine looking putters, especially the one with the bronze finish, it looks exactly like the studio style, but better.

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    That does it, I can't take it any longer. I'm off to order a Tel 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    That does it, I can't take it any longer. I'm off to order a Tel 3.

    I'll sell you a 2 bar maller for cheap.

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    Clearly, you are the only one that owns a 2 bar mallet, other than dana quigley. go sell it for 5 bucks in a garage sale. hmmm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    That does it, I can't take it any longer. I'm off to order a Tel 3.
    Don't forget to look at the limited Scotty Cameron Ten if you like the TeI3. It's expensice but oh boy it's so nice.......
    "I'll always remember the day I broke ninety. I had a few beers in the clubhouse and was so excited I forgot to play the back nine."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TmacG
    Clearly, you are the only one that owns a 2 bar mallet, other than dana quigley. go sell it for 5 bucks in a garage sale. hmmm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    That does it, I can't take it any longer. I'm off to order a Tel 3.
    Yeah, right. Here's what I found out. They made 2007 of them. They sold out in the first 10 minutes. The Southern Cal sales rep that sells to all of the clubs in the area only got two. They are available on E-Bay for around $500-$800US.

    So even if you're willing to pay the freight (why would you?) it's a collectors item most buyers are putting away in their collection. Ah, fungu Scotty Cameron!!!

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    what the hell is that gay as.s POS... dear god is everthing in your bag queer as shi.t???

    effing kanuck's eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TmacG
    So I think we should start a Scotty club, post pics of your putter, whether or not its a scotty I guess?
    Chances are you'd shoot me if I posted a pic of my putter in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pingman360
    Back of my putter...


    Address view...


    Lead tape to make it heavier...


    looking for a new putter... love mine but may shake it up with a new Cameron, Bettinardi, or PING Redwood just for fun...
    Very similar lines to my putter, very nice.

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    TmacG learn what "FOCUS LOCK" is and how to use it. It will serve you well for the rest of your life. Nice couch this last time
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    My camera sux as.s like Tmac's so I'm gonna post the default pics to my scotty. It's the charcoal mist model. Milled is the only way to go. Inserts vote for Hillary because they are GAY.





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    QCG... love the paintfill

    BJ... what can i say that would do it justice... second sexiest SC i have ever seen.

    love the pics guys...
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    Time to show a real putter & not one of those cute little boutique ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyna
    Time to show a real putter & not one of those cute little boutique ones.
    I like your sense of humor. That's pretty funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benguk_



    wow is that yours i didnt realize you actually cared about golf anymore... extremely nice putter i have looked into getting a slighter but just havent decided what to do about geting a new putter or keeping my current bettinardi...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingman360
    wow is that yours i didnt realize you actually cared about golf anymore... extremely nice putter i have looked into getting a slighter but just havent decided what to do about geting a new putter or keeping my current bettinardi...
    Yeah it's mine, I love it. I got it when I was most obsessed (not nearly as into golf anymore), but still cherish it and look forward to using it next season (I am playing for my college resume and for the good of the team). I was really nervous about buying it, because the only experience I had, had with a slighter was with a man I met at a course. They say you should never buy something you have never tested yourself, but it has amazing feel and I love looking down at that little BS every time I line up. Slighter was really flexible too, good business man, I highly recommend it.

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    Nice putter Ben. That's thing's sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdrivers
    Nice putter Ben. That's thing's sweet.
    Thanks man.

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    Put the new grip on it a week ago, took pictures with my laptop so probably not the best quality or angle
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    What's with this hom0 erotic obsession with Scotty Cameron putters anyway? They seem to be the only putter low markers who have all the latest gear want to have these days. Before Tiger started using one, everyone who was anyone had a Ping putter in the bag (including Tiger). Most Scotty designs are just shameless copies of the original Ping Anser. Cameron has never had an original thought enter his head when it comes to making putters. He just copies other peoples stuff, hypes it up, puts his stamp on it, and jacks the price up so high that it appeals to elitist suckers. His stuff is now mass produced factory crap, but still has the arthouse price tag. Bettinardi has forgotten more about making putters than Cameron will ever learn, and produces much better quality putters with stricter tolerances than Scotties by keeping his operation small enough to retain control.

    From all the pics on this thread the best looking putter is Pingmans Bettinardi, with the Slighter getting an honourable mention. If you just want a good, middle of the road Anser copy that feels good and gets the job done, you should do what I did and get a Teardrop at about half the price of a Scotty. I've used it next to a Scotty of the same style and mine felt slightly better.
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    I agree Not A Hacker, I think the best looking putter that you can get now is the new Ping Redwood, It is fairly expensive but I believe that it is slightly cheaper then a scotty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTibbo
    I agree Not A Hacker, I think the best looking putter that you can get now is the new Ping Redwood, It is fairly expensive but I believe that it is slightly cheaper then a scotty.
    But the Ping Redwood has no wood in it at all, never mind no redwood. I can't trust a putter to make putts when it's so badly misnamed. I can't trust a company that would make such an obvious blunder.

    The next thing you know, they'll start calling their cavity back shovels blades. Well, I'm getting carried away, noone would stoop that low.

    (Mom joke disclaimer on the no wood in it thing, on the cheaper than thing, on the misnamed thing, on the blunder thing, on the carried away thing and on the stooped so low thing.)

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    best looking putter ever. Get it quick on E-bay!

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    putters

    This is obviously the best putter ever madewww.yesgolf.com/store/models.php?model=180

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo15
    This is obviously the best putter ever madewww.yesgolf.com/store/models.php?model=180
    it's a rip-off of an anser (everyone does it its not a big deal though) with C-groove technology... why not go to the original???

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingman360
    it's a rip-off of an anser (everyone does it its not a big deal though) with C-groove technology... why not go to the original???
    Don't let the rest of the posters here know that your description is equally apt for Scotty's Pingman. They will be upset to know they have paid $200 plus for a Ping 'knock off'.
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    i would never buy ping equipment and anyway the c grooves work really well
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo15
    i would never buy ping equipment and anyway the c grooves work really well
    I've demoed Yes putters and they are nothing like Ping in feel or performance. Yes are THE best feeling and rolling putters out there IMO. They are extremely consistent and put a good roll on the ball every time. The only thing that has stopped me so far from getting one is trying to arrange finance (getting permission from the other half), but unless I get settled on one of my current putters I can see the day will come when I cave in and get a Tracy II, which is a classic blade similar to the Scotty Newport 2.5. I could have got one second hand last year for $125 but I baulked and when I called back in a couple of days it was gone. I still kick myself.
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    Like many golfers I too struggle in the putting department. As long as you play the game, I think you'll have trouble with putting, but so be it, I'm already hooked for life!! I have had many putters in my young golfing career. I quickly learned i don't like blades, they don't suit my swing. I also learned that centre shafted putters got my eyes over the ball with much ease. That takes us to my three most recent putters. An Older White Hot 2-ball, but like others the insert lead to its fall from grace. I really liked the weight of the Ping Craz-e I had next, and the insert was much better compared to the White Hot, but it still just wasn't right. When Natalie came into my life (a YES C-groove putter) it was like a prayer had been answered!! I'm not trying to say that I became a putting god or anything overnight, but these putters really do improve your putting noticeably. Putts never are left short anymore, I owe that to the C-grooves for sure. and not having an insert is yet another blessing.
    Yes putters are worth their weight in gold! The new Rife putters come close I'd say, but nothing beats the originator of the technology. I would highly recommend getting a YES putter, you wouldn't regret it that's for sure. Especially if you are thinking of getting a new putter. For sure give a YES a try!!

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    Classic "The Wilson 8802". This was used by Arnold Palmer to win many of his tournaments.










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    how does it feel to have the best putter that most people will ever see, ben???
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    Have the original anser, a teardrop and my scotty, i love the anser and the scotty but i think the scotty feels so much nicer it could be because that putter was given to me by my dad and it's from the 80's i think...anyway just thought i would say that i want to try a yes putter but haven't gotten my hands on it yet. does anybody think it's worth it?
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    I need help guys i smashed my putter up accidentally, it wasn't in a rage at missing a 2 footer honestly :P but now i need a new one.

    I'm a bit short of cash unfortunately so i need one that is going to be good enough but that is also rather cheap, can anyone think of any good ones that fill this category?

    Thanks in Advance

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    I'm not sure what model to recommend, but make sure you save some funds for model paint. If you'd like to know what colors to go with, there are people here that can help you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    I'm not sure what model to recommend, but make sure you save some funds for model paint. If you'd like to know what colors to go with, there are people here that can help you.

    Maybe "a person" would have been more appropriate . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    Maybe "a person" would have been more appropriate . . . .
    I agree. It does look like Pingy is trying to copy QueenCityGolfer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathan3011
    I need help guys i smashed my putter up accidentally, it wasn't in a rage at missing a 2 footer honestly :P but now i need a new one.

    I'm a bit short of cash unfortunately so i need one that is going to be good enough but that is also rather cheap, can anyone think of any good ones that fill this category?

    Thanks in Advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by golfaholic
    Find a Yes! Tracey or callie for 90 bucks at the nearest golf shop.
    .............No!
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    Quote Originally Posted by golfaholic
    Find a Yes! Tracey or callie for 90 bucks at the nearest golf shop.
    It will cost you $150.00 for the Callie Forged used putter though, I know because I have one . . . .

    I just purchased a Karsten Craz-E Putter this week and am going to try it out . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdrivers
    .............No!
    ...............okay.
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    the day i play a putter named after a girl, is the day i bend over and pick up the bar of soap for edgey's brother.
    Be glad we aren't getting all of the government we're paying for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    It will cost you $150.00 for the Callie Forged used putter though, I know because I have one . . . .

    I just purchased a Karsten Craz-E Putter this week and am going to try it out . . . .

    TracyII is $98 Canadian at GolfTown.
    So is the Callie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by golfaholic
    TracyII is $98 Canadian at GolfTown.
    So is the Callie.

    Is it the regular Callie or the Forged Callie? There is about $100 difference brand new . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    Is it the regular Callie or the Forged Callie? There is about $100 difference brand new . . .

    Regular.

    Forged has gay ass gold on it.

    fail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdrivers
    the day i play a putter named after a girl, is the day i bend over and pick up the bar of soap for edgey's brother.
    The day I ever have a bag where every club in it is made from the same manufacturer is the day you, Freddy and I will have a threesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    The day I ever have a bag where every club in it is made from the same manufacturer is the day you, Freddy and I will have a threesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by golfaholic
    Regular.

    Forged has gay ass gold on it.

    fail.
    Oh, yeah, I forgot you young guys like silver so you can paint them pretty colors . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    The day I ever have a bag where every club in it is made from the same manufacturer is the day you, Freddy and I will have a threesome.

    the day i ever have a THRIVER AND a putter named after a girl is the day you, me, & Freddy play circle jerk while watching movies of us having a 3some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjdrivers
    the day i ever have a THRIVER AND a putter named after a girl is the day you, me, & Freddy play circle jerk while watching movies of us having a 3some.

    It will also be the day you drop 5 strokes off your game . . . .

    By the way, I get to be Gunther and you two get to be Shirleys in that arrangement . . . . .
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  77. Quote Originally Posted by bjdrivers
    the day i ever have a THRIVER AND a putter named after a girl is the day you, me, & Freddy play circle jerk while watching movies of us having a 3some.
    Mmmm

    Here i am about to babysit and you naughty boys post things to TEASE me, mmmmmmmmmm. I will happily take you all on, and Pingman can watch ANYTIME.

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    This is still an active thread? wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Purist
    I agree. It does look like Pingy is trying to copy QueenCityGolfer.
    So we should be expecting another lob wedge bump and run thread anytime huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TmacG
    This is still an active thread? wow.

    Tmac

    It was just brought back up a couple days ago, Sherlock.
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    I played with my new Ping Craz-E G10 putter today. I love the balance and the alignment, but the putter face is hotter than what I am use to with the Forged YES Callie. I think it is going to be better for my putting game eventually, I just need to put the time in on the putting green.
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    i still think Omen has the best looking putter... it looks similar to another Cameron i have the Corronado oilcan i have... it's a great putter, but i just hole more with the Newport 2.5...

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfaholic
    It was just brought back up a couple days ago, Sherlock.
    thanks bud, my life isnt spent here moderating. Good to hear from you though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TmacG
    thanks bud, my life isnt spent here moderating. Good to hear from you though.

    Tmac

    I know, and that's okay.

    Next time just take 0.5 seconds to look at the few posts above yours to check the dates on them. Then you can avoid making stupid comments when the facts are right in front of you.


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