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Slow Down......Then again, maybe not.

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Travel said…
Watching the British Grand Prix (I was up early to watch the tour de France live.) Zoom-Zoom!

DG
WickedHamster said…
Faster than a speeding hamster; more powerful than a squirrel hoarding his nuts. Look! There on the road! It's a badger... It's an unusually large vole... No, its Woodchuck!!!
Me said…
Read my post this morning. It might make you decide to slow down.

(Unless you have $80 to spare)
Rogue Squirrel said…
Dude, I get the same vision when I polish off a 22oz Brutal, followed by a ceramic of I2PA...
Bert said…
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? (I see a whole new career ahead of you.)

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