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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Atkinson View Post
    Very common problem. I'm not really identifying what their handles were previously! I have been thinking this for months! Once we change names, for lots of folks it's like they are starting over!
    Your right. Most people post on multiple forums with the same handle. Some of them switched to their real name on here and I only reconized them by their avatar. But it is nice to know thier real name because I have gotten friends request on facebook from people I chat with on the forums and I didn't recognize them because I didn't know thier real name.

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    Welcome back CDaniel

    Welcome back Rob Paye
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    Welcome back Tim McGarry and Vic Batton!
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    Welcome back Jim Thompson
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    welcome back Daniel J Simoens
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    It's good to be back. Thanks Chris!
    That's my boy "Blue"!!!! Flyin High in the Passenger Side x Katie May of Belgrade

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    Daniel, did you know that in 1671, a French guy named Père Claude-Jean Allouez stepped out of a canoe at the bottom of a rapids on the fox river and sunk to the bottom?

    When he got out of the water, he exclaimed:
    C'est profondément ici!
    Which roughly translated, means "It's really deep here!"....

    Hence the name Depere, WI. OK, maybe not. But what in the heck is that goofy shape on the Kaukauna water tower? Is that supposed to be some kind of ghost? It looks like a kids' cartoon character!



    You are in a cool part of the world. Even if you are stuck in Packers territory.

    Chris
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    the story I always tell is that it was an Indian that fell out of a canoe.

    and yes, that is suppose to be a ghost but that town stinks, literally and figuratively. another saying we have around here is "When the wind blows, your nose knows you're in Kaukauna!"

    btw: Go Dolphins!! (they can stop sucking any year now though)
    That's my boy "Blue"!!!! Flyin High in the Passenger Side x Katie May of Belgrade

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    Welcome back MAJohnson and Mike Sale
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    Ahhhhh, the leaning tower of KawKawnaw!!!

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