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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I'm 6'3 5/16th".
    I make myself feel better by saying im 68" tall

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    Well Damn!!!

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    Re: CombatVetJK Saying Goodbye to WAYALIFE

    Its all my fault. I should of not asked for help. My jeep was leaning and had nowhere to go. ...im just a stupid beaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncensoredAggression View Post
    Its all my fault. I should of not asked for help. My jeep was leaning and had nowhere to go. ...im just a stupid beaner.
    Stupid Leaning Jeep!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Army_Vet View Post
    I make myself feel better by saying im 68" tall
    I am 70" tall! Wow that does make me feel better!

    Quote Originally Posted by UncensoredAggression View Post
    Its all my fault. I should of not asked for help. My jeep was leaning and had nowhere to go. ...im just a stupid beaner.
    What were you thinking? Asking for advice about your Jeep on a Jeep forum? There is other forums for that, http://www.forumjar.com/forums/Gay_pride


    Never seen any of us active or former service vets here talked down....... Matter of fact I do beleive our service make some of our posts full of jackassery and a hell of a good time!
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    It is all the Jeep's fault for being an inanimate object with no feelings.

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    Re: CombatVetJK Saying Goodbye to WAYALIFE

    Quote Originally Posted by Skid_Kid View Post
    I am 70" tall! Wow that does make me feel better!



    What were you thinking? Asking for advice about your Jeep on a Jeep forum? There is other forums for that, http://www.forumjar.com/forums/Gay_pride


    Never seen any of us active or former service vets here talked down....... Matter of fact I do beleive our service make some of our posts full of jackassery and a hell of a good time!
    All were missing is a good dose of swamp ass and cheese dick.

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    I am 75" tall and bullet proof. Just ask me.

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    Re: CombatVetJK Saying Goodbye to WAYALIFE

    i too am 6'2" and I have an ENFORCER, does that mean I am double the azzhole?


    andrew-

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncensoredAggression View Post
    All were missing is a good dose of swamp ass and cheese dick.
    Pretty sure I had some swamp ass before I just took a shower.... Damn hanger needs AC! Or even better......!
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