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Wow, fantastic! What a cute little guy.
What a wonderful woman. We can only imagine the things she saw in her 102 years. Rest in peace dear lady.
What a great bunch of guys. Congratulations to all.
Red Door is great!
A Target would be great!
It's not age so much as ability and attitude. Paul Newman ran the 24 Hours Of Daytona at age 80. The problem is that this area is loaded with retirees many of which are in no particular hurry to get where they're going. Those that are "motoring challenged" have no alternative but to drive to the store, doctor, etc. I don't expect to see mass transit coming to the area anytime soon so we all better get used to it.
Then you are one scary person. Please do us all a favor and stay out of law enforcement.
Agree with everything you've said Yukon. (Off the subject...the DC-3 is the best airplane ever built. Hope you get "Ice Pilots" where you live or maybe you depend on them. Regards.)
"Anyone driving a convertible with the top down in cold weather is suspicious". Are you serious? I used to have a Healey that didn't even have a top. I loved driving it in the cold with the heater blasting. I still do it today in my Miata. Does that mean I should expect to get pulled over for "motoring while cold?" C'mon, cops need to use some common sense and look for actual violations of the vehicle code.
Everybody that knows me knows that I'm very pro police. Many of my friends are officers and I spent 5 years as a civilian volunteer at a police department. I can safely say that the Pinehurst department is one of the most aggressive I've ever seen, maybe the most aggresive. My wife and I try to stay out of Pinehurst as much as we can and as far as spending money there goes, forget it. I've had a clean record for over 30 years and I want to keep it that way. For those that say "just obey the law", I say anybody can make a mistake. We're only human.
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