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I'm A Newbe Again

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Walter Kirk

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Over a year ago I joined this Forum, I was a Newbe and I watched with interest as I advanced through the ranks of Forum members. Last spring I had to reformat my hard disk and I lost my password. I rejoined the Forum and started as a Newbe again, oh well.

After over 100 posts my computer got sick and my repairman again lost my forum password. After a frustrating week of trying to make three new passwords work I rejoined the Forum again and , thats right, I'm a newbe again. I know that this isn't really important but I really don't want to be a newbe or an aspiring formulite. May I please have credit for my old posts?
 

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I found two old accounts for you that were still existing.

If you loose your password again please do not register a new account, just use the "forgot password" link. If you can't get the "forgot password" link to work email me and I will help.

I have added 100 posts to your count.
 

Dee Dee

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What's the matter, Walt?
You afraid we're gonna beat up on you? ;) :lol:
Glad you're still with us. :D
 

Walter Kirk

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Dee Dee,
I had given up hope of getting back on the forum until I also lost my E-Mail. When I got a new E-Mail address I re registered but I couldn't list my name the way I wanted it. The only person who ever called me Walter was a teacher who, I'm sure, died years ago.
 

Dee Dee

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Okay....I'll be sure not to call you Walter unless I think you're getting out of line. ;)
Now get back to work here!
No more excuses....get back on the hamster wheel!
We're getting innundated with 'real' newbies/wannabe's and need help fielding all of their posts! :lol:
 

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Dee Dee,

You don't look a day over 18.....a real newbie in this business of old, grizzled appraisers.
 

Dee Dee

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Bob,
You need to get some glasses, but these days I'll take all the compliments I can get. ;) :D
My youngest just turned 18 yesterday. Little snot didn't come home until 2:30 this morning! :angry:
 

Farm Gal

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:rofl:

and Dee Dee...

What time did YOU come dragging in after you hit the big 18?

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I am sure you were tucked in bed every night by 8:30 right?

(I absolutely DREAD the time when my kid has keys,
she's a night owl now and when the hormonees hit
I can bet her ol mom isn't gonna stand a chance :eek: )

I may yet apply the Mark Twain childrearing method

Put em in a barrel, feed em through the bung hole and
when they hit puberty, pound the cork in the opening :rolleyes:
 

Dee Dee

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Originally posted by Lee Ann@Jul 11 2003, 12:33 AM
What time did YOU come dragging in after you hit the big 18?

It was different back then....really! ;) :D

All parents up here are well beyond normal in the paranoid department because the roads are so unforgiving. Just in the last month we've had two fatalities less than two miles from our house that involved teen drivers (kids my son knows/knew), so when we hear the sound of ambulances and Flight for Life copters echoing through the mountains we always worry about where our boys are.
 

Farm Gal

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Yeah, I resembeled that situation at 19 when a drunk came across the double yellows and nailed me on our local mountain road. No where to go nowhere to hide. I got broke pretyy bad but survived.

being out past 'last call' is always dicy, but on the flats you have a slightly better chance. :(
 
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