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Old 12-05-2008   #11
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I am thankful that you posted the picture of Pete and the website of Leifs.
These two things have been hanging in the balance of potential threats on the buzz between those two for months.

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Old 12-05-2008   #12
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I am thankful for any of you all that have showed me a line, grabbed my gear or shared a beer. I am especially thankful for those who have shared more than a beer. I am talking about you P to the K. Got to love the French for that one.

So I just looked at Leif's site and I am now thankful for sweater vests

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Old 12-06-2008   #13
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They don't have thanksgiving in Ecuador, so I'm a little late....sorry

I am thankful for the last 3 hairs left on JJ's head.

I am thankful for boobs.

I am thankful for Lief's mom, I like to "thank" the hell out of her.

I am thankful that Randy loves sheep, and has velcro chaps.

I am thankful for Adrian's masterpiece Light In Liquid. If you haven't seen it, you can go the next film festival and see it. It also appears at New Belgium 5 times a year.

I am thankful that Marty is a kayaker.

I am thankful of that there are still girls out there that will donate a "piece" to my ugly friends like Joe Keck.

Now that I live in a third world country, I am thankful for running water and electricity.

I am thankful for my mustache, which is way more hair on my upper lip than Evan has ever had on his head.

I am thankful that I live on the beach.

I am thankful for my beautiful wife, how somehow puts up with my ass.

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Old 12-06-2008   #14
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After thinking about it it is great that everyone has their kids to be thankful about, and I am thankful that you all keep pumping out those little flesh anchors cause it gives me job security in these tough economic times. However, I am really thankful that after all these years I DON"T have a little jewcobi running around.

Could you imagine if South Dakota was filled with my illegitimate offspring? It would be like Las Vegas in North Korea
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Old 12-10-2008   #15
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Iím actually a day ahead of you guys down here, but my days are long and they all seem to run in to one day anywayÖso who knows when Thanksgiving was. Iím thankful for the opportunity to fly around in Hueys and see some of the coolest stuff on Earth. Itís been a pretty incredible winter (er, summer) for me. Penguins, seals, Erebus, big crevasses, glaciers and bergs, and some really sweet aircraft. Itís even warm these daysÖup in the low thirties, practically t-shirt weather! Lotsa, Iím thankful for your beautiful wife too. Without her, I would have given up on you a long time ago. Miss you guys! Hope all is well on the beach! Love the stache.

Iím also thankful that this huge and obnoxious ad went away when I logged in. Jeezus.

Few pics for ya. Hope it's dumping in CO, see y'all in the spring!


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...thank god.... very thankful that i have "short term memory loss" and can't remember what the picture of LOTSAMUSTACHE looks like...wait a minute it's commin' back to me...oh no!.....where's my NITRO!!!!.......better now......even better now.........super friendly now.....what'd you say? ....huh......who am i 420 cb......lotsawhat?..

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