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    Default new membership stuff

    I followed the paypal link on the main page, paid my dues, paypal debited my account, etc so on and so forth. My question is........How will the "club" know my address or name? I did manage to get a newsletter though and I thank Mr. Galen for that.
    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with a dead battery.

    '96 Discovery w/redneck lift, '04 Discovery (Sold, I almost cried, ALOT!)
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    we have spies.


    That, and PayPal tells us your address, phone number, age, sex, weight, favorite weight oil, potential for purchasing a Series, favorite crayola color, sleeping bag rating, tire size and first love.
    1966 109 SW The Short Bus

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    You should have received a welcome letter with your club stickers. If you got a newsletter, then you are an active member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfish
    we have spies.


    That, and PayPal tells us your address, phone number, age, sex, weight, favorite weight oil, potential for purchasing a Series, favorite crayola color, sleeping bag rating, tire size and first love.
    So you know where I live, my number, age, my sexual likes and dislikes, I hate to wait (ask my girlfriend), that I like 10w-40 for summer, Series ownership likeliness is low, blue-green, I'm OK to -20, 16" and about that girl from 11th grade when I was in 9th grade who I put notes through her locker vents and she confronted me about it and said it was cute and she was flattered but she wasn't interested right then? (true story)

    Them are damn good spies.
    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with a dead battery.

    '96 Discovery w/redneck lift, '04 Discovery (Sold, I almost cried, ALOT!)
    Captincvmn@verizon.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob P
    ...and about that girl from 11th grade when I was in 9th grade who I put notes through her locker vents and she confronted me about it and said it was cute and she was flattered but she wasn't interested right then? (true story)

    Them are damn good spies.
    Our sources informed us that she is expecting your call. Oh, and you might want to check the label in your sleeping bag again. We have conflicting intel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob P
    said it was cute and she was flattered but she wasn't interested right then?
    Story of my life.....

    Oh and my sleeping bag is good to 20 degrees.
    '59 SII

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    If I had a sleeping bag instead of a 1965 pop-up camper I'd be in it by my mail box waiting for my R.O.V.E.R. sticker. But since it's nice out I'm sleeping in some old newspaper. (page showing my Tracker and my old camper)

    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with a dead battery.

    '96 Discovery w/redneck lift, '04 Discovery (Sold, I almost cried, ALOT!)
    Captincvmn@verizon.net

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    If I may chime in, WHERE does one sign up?
    1964 SII-a 88" NAS "Hannibal"
    My loverly bride:"I said ROLLER not ROVER."

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    Your particular case is "special". You need to go to the nearest state facility, travel to the "5th" floor, and there are plenty of "white clad" people to guide in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solihull109
    Your particular case is "special". You need to go to the nearest state facility, travel to the "5th" floor, and there are plenty of "white clad" people to guide in the right direction.
    Hello pot, yes my name is kettle.
    '59 SII

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