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Old 01-19-2011, 04:22 PM   #1
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Danny, you got a lot of splainin to do...........

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Old 01-19-2011, 04:47 PM   #3
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i know you spend some time out there Tom....when the story broke that he was missing, I thought maybe he had beatin' you in cards and you "took care" of him...j/k...
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He just took a wrong turn on his way to the Circle K.
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i know you spend some time out there Tom....when the story broke that he was missing, I thought maybe he had beatin' you in cards and you "took care" of him...j/k...
LOLOLOLOL, All of my "taking care of" concerning Poker at the track is always handled in the form of chips and just how many racks I need to "cash out". LOLOLOLOL
I knew the guy and saw the pain that his family was going though the next day. It's a shame he would put them through that. He should also be held responsible for the cost of the extensive search by the ECSO and the volunteers..........
Man up, and leave with no regrets or guess work! Sad situation....
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