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Chl New Logo.....going Public.....bye Bye Chc

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I am an AME, I was just playin wich ya!!!! B) Just haven't had anything to scrap about lately and I was bored.

You dawg! Don'tchu be messin' with me, JB! :P AME. Yes. I'll save my Blonde Amendment "out" for another time. (Don't think there's any scraps left, but if ya think of one, I'll be there. ;) Ahahaha.)

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Well Cap,


Officially they kept the bird to placate the OK crowd since they were, after all, buying out a considerably larger company.


Unofficially they kept it so they could F**K with it. You know, turn it around facing east and modernizing it. Generally pissing off your crowd, all the while pretending to be welcoming you'all into the family with open arms.


Actually, I just happened to be in Penticton on the Longline course when that happened. Boy, us two Sealand pilots were about as popular as pork chops in a mosque when the local crowd found out what had been done to their precious bird.

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