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The Local heroes guys have relased a greatest hits video check it out!

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uNHasjegOM]Oregon Dunes Local Heroes Greatest Hits - YouTube[/ame]

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WISH I COULD GO RIDE THE DUNES ... we dont have much more than swamps around here to ride

Dude ... you need to move ... cause you sure ain't happy were at it seems !! .... :prod:

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