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Old 12-30-2005, 01:01 AM   #11
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No resolutions, but I'd like to start exercising. Think that it could do me some good!
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Old 12-30-2005, 01:02 AM   #12
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I'm going to not drive a tractor. (I've never driven one and figure it'* one resolution that will be easy to keep )

Other than that I like ga93sle'* list.
I can't drive a stick shift.
Oh, I highly recommend it. I can drive anything I set my mind to. I even use to have my own motorcycle it was a Kawasaki 100 enduro (on road/off road). I only road it off road. I've had a couple with "3 on the tree" and that was also fun to learn.
My uncle says he'll teach me to drive his 5 speed as soon as he feels like replacing his clutch.
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I'm going to not drive a tractor. (I've never driven one and figure it'* one resolution that will be easy to keep )

Other than that I like ga93sle'* list.
I can't drive a stick shift.
Oh, I highly recommend it. I can drive anything I set my mind to. I even use to have my own motorcycle it was a Kawasaki 100 enduro (on road/off road). I only road it off road. I've had a couple with "3 on the tree" and that was also fun to learn.
My uncle says he'll teach me to drive his 5 speed as soon as he feels like replacing his clutch.
It pretty much consists of finding the right gear and putting the clutch in at the same time. not that hard, however I still suck at driving a stick.
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Old 12-30-2005, 05:22 AM   #14
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With a big move at the end of June, I have plenty to worry about.
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I'm still sticking to a resolution I made 10 years ago, No resolutions (And I ain't breaking nothin' Tracey! It'* the same one)
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To stop lighting things on fire just to watch them burn


















Just kidding what sort of sick bastard do you take me for?
I don't need an excuse to make a change or feel compelled to because of some time of year, I just do it when it'* needed.
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Finish projects instead of starting new ones.
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Old 12-30-2005, 02:37 PM   #18
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I'm going to not drive a tractor. (I've never driven one and figure it'* one resolution that will be easy to keep )

Other than that I like ga93sle'* list.
I can't drive a stick shift.
City folk! Driving a tractor IS NOT like driving a manual tranny car. You stop, throttle down, hit the clutch, pick a gear, and throttle up on most of 'em.

My new year'* resolution is to have a safe and happy year with my family, fiance, and friends.
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I lost about 17 pounds already and need to keep doing so.
So im going to say lose wait. wish me luck.

and dont say stop drinking beer. because we get along so well
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[size=7][size=9]and dont say stop drinking beer. because we get along so wellsize]
Well, you don't have to be room mates Acquaintances is good.
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