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maybe that's cause your grounded?:biggrin:

part of it.

lol

the only things i will do differently

is maybe ride the wheeler a little work on it....go to friends houses on weekends..

maybe a little to friends after school...

so in all you wont see me as much lol.

sad right?

lol

[smart remark about not missing me coming]

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part of it.

lol

the only things i will do differently

is maybe ride the wheeler a little work on it....go to friends houses on weekends..

maybe a little to friends after school...

so in all you wont see me as much lol.

sad right?

lol

[smart remark about not missing me coming]

You just ruined anything I could have thought of, thanks!:mad:

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If you are using your QUADCRAZY Web Tag, please post your page so we can see your layout as we are testing it out. Thanks!

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My profile has been updated with a new background. :biggrin:

also, my myspace is MySpace.com - Cottoneyed Joe - 26 - Male - Port Hueneme, California - www.myspace.com/joet82 add me, if you dare. but send a little heads up saying who you are on this site.

As for how often I use both of them. I'm logged into both at the same time and alternate which one I look at.

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