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    Newbie member from Canada.(eh)

    Hey guys. Great site, thanks for having me. Jay.

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    Welcome to the Family Jay.
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    Welcome Jay. Glad to have you.
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    Welcome to the family fellow Canadian. Where in Canada are you located?
    cheers

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    Hi Jay.

    I have been to Mississauga several times (my wife is from Etobicoke).

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    Welcome Jay,
    How's your draw weight? And Can you sweep?
    -Ned

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    hi jay!
    [SIZE="1"] associated with several importers and manufacturers.[/SIZE]

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    another canuake yeah
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    Welcome to the Family Jay, from a misplaced Canuck!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    Welcome Jay,
    How's your draw weight? And Can you sweep?
    Wow Ned, that is getting real personal right away

    Just funning
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    Welcome aboard, Jay. I've been to your neck of the woods a few times on business, and always had a good time there.
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