Ajmboy

Making ATV Friends

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I just checked out members here in my viscinity by going to http://www.quadcrazy.com/browse/ and making the location New York. There are 89 New Yorkers here!!!

When you visit a member's profile...add them to your freinds list so you don't loose track like here: http://www.quadcrazy.com/user/Ajmboy/friends

Just thought I'd share...I think people don't know that they can search out other members.......in their area.....:biggrin:

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...I think people don't know that they can search out other members.......in their area.....:biggrin:

FREAKIN STALKER!!!!!!!!!!:yes:

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Yep...with that feature, you can narrow your search down....:biggrin:

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Re-upping this post. This is a good thread for everyone to be aware of.

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Good Job! :wink:

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Thanks for the tip!

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Keep an eye on the NEW MEMBERS and maybe add them to your friends list to make them feel welcome!

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I've checked it out and welcomed them...:smile:

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Hmmm......I have no friends....:cry:

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Search around and add some friends....Visit their profiles and hit the link to Add to Friends! :wink:

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Add me to your friend's lists!!!!! :yes:

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Add me to your friend's lists!!!!! :yes:

This was an old post you found...nice!

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111 Noo Yawkas!!!!!!

Ooh rah!

Tom D

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Hmmmm,,,,No one is Contacting me:frown: I swear,,,,I Dont Ride in a Thong anymore!!!

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