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wasnt calling you Skippy :aargh:

YoAre you kiding me? You quotes me and said that.:confused:

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ok, now, we're all welcoming three fifty, and mario and ox are still buddy's, and WTF is skippy doing up still? BEDTIME! LOL

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Fellow NY Stater (was born in the island of Long). What part of NY are you from? I couldn't tell from all the off topic going on ...lol :laugh:

On a side note to stir the pot, LI'ers always feel that they are their own kind and should be their own state...but turn to Albany for $$. If it wasn't for the Hamptons and the draw to go out there by some of the wealthiest, Nassau would be a NYC borough and Suffolk would be "sidestate (instead of upstate...lol)". :laugh: All jokes aside, I love Long Island!

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Hi and welcome to QC.....this thread is way to funny,,,,I guess more to come....welcome again!!!:wink:

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DANG !!! ... is it to late to tell the New Yourk guy ... WELCOME to the forum dude !! :cheers2c:

Hey, better late than not at all, right ?? :smilielol5c:


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