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    gone?
    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 04-30-2009 at 12:14 AM.
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    Sometimes I wished I had my plates -- first was in 1949 and at least one each year since. But, that is one thing I haven't accumulated there are plenty others that I have........Ray Gerdes

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    Oh No............. attack of the tiny whiny pictures again

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    As a youngster growing up, we would visit my grand-father at his farm in Southern Indiana. He had a detached garage where he kept his pickup truck in (with the keys in the ignition) and the garage doors wide open all the time. We would go in there be amazed at all of the license plates he had on the walls.

    Yes, put them up and leave them up is my vote.

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Hey it not my fault thisy only allow 150KB and 800 x 800
    Chuck, those pics are NOT 800 x 800
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    going to give him a lesson in resizing now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Am I crazy for putting the plates up on the ceiling? Or was my old man crazy for saving them?
    I remember my grandfather's garage having them all over, then my dad's. I guess it's a tradition now, and a guy thing.
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    ok so there is only 4 pics now instead of 5... bad me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Am I crazy for putting the plates up on the ceiling? Or was my old man crazy for saving them?
    Niether Chuck. I think it shows your respect for your father by having an interesting reminder of him "overhead".



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    Did you actually mount the plates upside down on picture no. 4 or where you upside down when you took the picture. What have you been doing, sampling that beer you are going to fed Larry with?

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