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  1. a1rbud

    Nice job everyone! The girls team gave great intel. This was great fun and I'd love to do this again!
  2. a1rbud

    Welcome to the forums
  3. a1rbud

    Howdy kittens! I've played w you a couple times on the freezetag servers. Hope you heal up quickly take it easy!
  4. a1rbud

    Happy anniversary to you both!
  5. a1rbud

    Wow that cheesesteak looks amazing. And you make the dough from scratch too? Have you ever made a deep-dish pizza? Very fun meal and extremely filling lol
  6. a1rbud

    No photos But I've been told I look like a blonde version of Ygritte from Game of Thrones. I don't watch the show so hopefully that's a good thing LOL.
  7. a1rbud

    Good to hear, thank you!
  8. a1rbud

    It's 64 and sunny here in Arizona. Wintertime here is really pleasant - but of course, our summers are brutal, so it's a bit of a trade-off. Stay warm everyone!
  9. a1rbud

    Happy birthday @VANHELSING!!
  10. a1rbud

    I'd be down if this is open for non-members too
  11. a1rbud

    Welcome, Spam! See you in the game
  12. a1rbud

    Yup, cast iron is the best. It can (and does) last forever - my friend just bought a 1950s 10" cast iron pan at an antique shop and the thing is sturdy as ever. Best way to evenly heat anything, and doesn't have any of the freaky chemicals present in Teflon. I had no idea about the natural iron supplements...yet another positive about cast iron LOL
  13. a1rbud

    I oughta post a picture of my bike, the red Bianchi frame clashes perfectly with the yellow bartape I added. I just need to attach a honk-honk horn to make it a true clown bike!
  14. a1rbud

    Nice, nice...mine's also red, a Bianchi Piaggio, Taiwan-made with a Frankenstein mixture of Shimano and Campagnolo parts. Not sure of the exact year but it's approx mid 80s. They don't make em like they used to!
  15. a1rbud

    This is officially my favorite introduction post. Always have a ton of fun playing with you, Shady! I ride a 10-speed bike too, is yours a road bike or MTB?

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