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That's right...clocks get changed tomorrow night!

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wow. definitely didn't realize it was that time of the year again. thanks :) i'da been an hour behind, or ahead. wait. do i forward my clock or turn it back? gosh i'm really bad with this. bahahahaha.

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:wink: SPRING FORWARD
wow. definitely didn't realize it was that time of the year again. thanks :) i'da been an hour behind, or ahead. wait. do i forward my clock or turn it back? gosh i'm really bad with this. bahahahaha.

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Cool all the clocks in my house that i never changed in the fall for dayight savings will now be right again ...lol

haha..my kinda girl. now i don't feel so dorky. :yes:

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I think we are all knida dorks, we sit and play on the internet and talk about quads to people we've never met... I LOVE IT! Turning the clocks froward is the un official start to the riding season, at least out here. I can't wait to get Stoopid! :partyc::patriotc::cheers2c::bouncing_smiles:

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