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@Jake - Thats awesome. Any chance you could get a photo of Ol' Dirty (R.I.P Dirt Mcgirt aka Big Baby Jesus aka Osirus aka...) or the Nabor (sooooo using that from now on) who wrote that? Thanks in advance ;)

P.s You know anything about the golf ball incident/s?? lol

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I can still barely spell the real "nabors" properly.

ironically, its i before e except in words like neighbor and weigh...at least thats the little thing they taught us in school to remember. that said, i usually just say the people next door.

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