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Thread: Did Ford buy Jeep?

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    Addict StrizzyChris's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    If you stop making babies you will not need so many rental properties.

    Glad to see you pop in every now and then to let us know you're alive.

    BTW I'm planning to sell my jeep soon, do you think you can help me with editing a "goodbye" video?

    I couldn't find the one with you actually waving goodbye to your jeep, but I found this thread...
    Just finished my 7th and I'm calling it quits for a while. But I can't keep Kim off of me, it's a blessing and a curse.



    It was like watching your girlfriend make out with another man at a party.....gut wrenching!

    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    Haha, keep doing it until she says no.

    I miss you as much as I miss Obama

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    It tickles me in my naughty spot every time I think about him being gone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    I saw one of these things being built at Icon in LA...with full Tesla batteries...very interesting

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