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  1. 1. How old are you?

  2. 2. Were you a CC member before you turned 18?



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11 minutes ago, 89 MJ said:

Happy early birthday! Hopefully I will remember to wish you a happy birthday on Sunday too! :roflmao:

Hey thanks man! Just another trip around the sun! 

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3 minutes ago, eaglescout526 said:

But my old soul makes me act older than I am. 

Dang young whippersnappers. I feel like that just comes with driving and owning these trucks.

2 minutes ago, Jesse J said:

and as brotherly love always goes it is always just a little to much:roflmao:

Hey, at least he's on Guam so he can't give you a swirly or something :roflmao:

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Just now, 89 MJ said:

Dang young whippersnappers. I feel like that just comes with driving and owning these trucks.

Hey, at least he's on Guam so he can't give you a swirly or something :roflmao:

phew I am safe..... for now. but that's not going to stop him from giving me crap that I took a while to get a tiny little screw out:roflmao:

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Just turned 27 a few weeks back... That is strange to write, I am approaching 30 and it pains me...

 

I voted no on if I joined CC before I was 18. I may have joined before then under a different user name but I was extremely active in Cherokee Forum and a now defunct forum Cherokee Tech.

 

I bought my first Comanche when I had just turned 18 though. 

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1 hour ago, olddude said:

I don't care how old you are, I am 78 and I learn something new every day, especially on this site.

:yeahthat:

 

I'm not quite 78 but I'm "over 30" by a bit.  I was driving when the Comanche was introduced.  And we certainly didn't have Comanche Club, much less the entire internet back then.  Which is good because there's no evidence of me being a dumb kid from back then. :))

 

I like being able to share the few things that I know when I can and I like learning new stuff as much as I can.  There's always something new to learn no matter how old you are.

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Man I thought I was on the "younger" side! Some of y'all couldn't even wipe your own a$$ before I was driving. I'm 35 and will be 36 on the 17th. Age is just a number to me, still manage to do dumb stuff and not act mature, although kids have curtailed majority of those shenanigans.  

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aw, snap.  apparently I just bumped up to a new age bracket.  :peep: 

 

I was like 22 when I found the old MJ Yahoo group.

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1 minute ago, derf said:

Which is good because there's no evidence of me being a dumb kid from back then. :))

The internet doesn't stop me!

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1 minute ago, Smokeyyank said:

Man I thought I was on the "younger" side! Some of y'all couldn't even wipe your own a$$ before I was driving. I'm 35 and will be 36 on the 17th. Age is just a number to me, still manage to do dumb stuff and not act mature, although kids have curtailed majority of those shenanigans.  

forget wiping your @$$ I wasnt even conceived.  

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4 minutes ago, 89 MJ said:

The internet doesn't stop me!

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That's nothing compared to some of the stuff we did when we were kids.  :peep:

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6 minutes ago, derf said:

 

That's nothing compared to some of the stuff we did when we were kids.  :peep:

Story time? I love hearing some of my great-grandpa's stories that he tells us from when he was young (late 40s, early 50s). Yes, I know that you are not that old. 

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3 minutes ago, 89 MJ said:

Story time? I love hearing some of my great-grandpa's stories that he tells us from when he was young (late 40s, early 50s). Yes, I know that you are not that old. 

On the advice of counsel I decline to answer because I feel my answer could tend to incriminate me.

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Just now, derf said:

On the advice of counsel I decline to answer because I feel my answer could tend to incriminate me.

:roflmao:

Dang 5th amendment :fistshake2:

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58 minutes ago, 89 MJ said:

Story time? I love hearing some of my great-grandpa's stories that he tells us from when he was young (late 40s, early 50s). Yes, I know that you are not that old. 

 

You'd be surprised just how capable a wheeling vehicle a 4 speed VW Rabbit can be.  And how easily you can remove the entire exhaust system in one shot, lol.  

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24 minutes ago, mjeff87 said:

 

You'd be surprised just how capable a wheeling vehicle a 4 speed VW Rabbit can be.  And how easily you can remove the entire exhaust system in one shot, lol.  

Hmmm, this sounds exciting.

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I learned how to pick the right lines early on.....because I had to.:laugh:

 

You can put a Ford Maverick pretty deep into the woods too, until you can't.

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