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  • G Beasley
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I like this picture the best  ;D

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Part of my job is monitoring forums and answering pm's so i always have 8-10 tabs open in Chrome. Jeep-Owner is always one of them :D

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Part of my job is monitoring forums and answering pm's so i always have 8-10 tabs open in Chrome. Jeep-Owner is always one of them :D


Glad to have you here  ;D

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Ditto

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Started off the day with some good coffee and home-made granola, moved on to removing a lower ball joint from the wj I'm working on and finished up the pre-work day by playing legos with my 5yo for awhile before heading in to work. Can't take pictures here or I could lose my job or worse.


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16 Toyota Tacoma, 87 MJ Chief

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ARE THE BEST!

The 2 boys (3 & 5) have no idea that I saved all the legos I got growing up and for Christmas are getting a giant 20 or 30 gallon Rubber Maid tote full of them. There's several thousand $$$ worth of them in there. It helped that I live a short distance from where they used to make them in the US and my parents knew several people that worked there over the years. It was wicked cool getting the new sets before anyone even knew what was coming out  [rockon]


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The 2 boys (3 & 5) have no idea that I saved all the legos I got growing up and for Christmas are getting a giant 20 or 30 gallon Rubber Maid tote full of them. There's several thousand $$$ worth of them in there. It helped that I live a short distance from where they used to make them in the US and my parents knew several people that worked there over the years. It was wicked cool getting the new sets before anyone even knew what was coming out  [rockon]
Thats pretty cool , my son Billy would attempt to climb in the bucket with the legos.  ;D

No pics from me today , just another traffic filled funfest in North Jersey.

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Thats pretty cool , my son Billy would attempt to climb in the bucket with the legos.  ;D

No pics from me today , just another traffic filled funfest in North Jersey.


Isn't the traffic just charming?
- Sean

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That jumbalaya looks just like the kind my wife makes! 

My day today. 

Work. 


After work.


Now.


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 End of the day pics?

Quality time on Jeep-Owner.com

The longest hallway I have ever seen , 65 rooms long  :o

And yes that is a pile of mapquest vehicles ...