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Old March 6th, 2015, 06:03 PM
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Who could that be , Jed Clampett ?

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Good lord, Haynes at Roth. Next question
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Old March 6th, 2015, 06:14 PM
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Why that would be Jedadiah Haynes and I would suppose he's at Roths on his way to Wisconsin-wood to move into the rich and famouse hayne forest products mansion.


See you have to be careful how much info you share online
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Old March 6th, 2015, 06:30 PM
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Forgot 3rd question.......
How many speeding tickets has this guy got in the last 15 years ?
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RegorO In 1967 I lost my license for 30 days for my first ticked. Then I lost it for 90 days in 69 for having over 12 points then I lost it again in 78 for a year for to many speeding tickets. So guess again. You might want to start with double digits. I have Auto Owners insurance only company I know that doesn't raise your rates for speeding tickets. Price of doing business Baby.
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Sorry I read that as "wives". I will archive that info for next years quiz. Of course I'm sure the numbers will climb.
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Your good very good
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I hope you weren't doing 95 pulling that trailer! And damn, you had lost your license for 120 days before I was even born! Haha
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OH YEA a good well balanced trailer will follow behind a well packed truck at any speed even into the ditch. Im better at the higher speeds. Most damage to my truck happened at slower speeds like 70 and under
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