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  1. #21
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    it was good to have met you in person earlier this year Scott (just don't get a chance to meet too many of you guys). i sent $$ your way. if you need any help, give me a holler. i'm not too far away from you guys' here in woodland.
    Mike LRRForums #25NCLR #31
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    this is all so awesome...
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
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    bump for my friend...
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
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    bump for the season.
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
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    bump for scott
    -Blake

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    Sent some Holiday cheer.

    BUMP for Scott.

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    Monday Bump!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMEDforBATTLE View Post
    Cool Idea Mike. You are correct giving back is a great feeling.

    Family/friends are the most important the most things in the world.
    It's important that we band together for a rover family member in need. Whether it's help changing a flat or matters closer to the heart such as this. This is a brotherhood!

    Elliott
    I agree 100% family is more important than anything, you never know what member will need your assistance. I know as I just lost an a member of my family to suicide, sorry a bit off of the subject as I morn my loss. Please if I can help any rover family, my knowledge is here for all and I would love to receive the same as I may be in need of help. http://www.autorepairinmesa.com

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    I know it's old, but I felt compelled to share....

    I'm a newbie to the forum and I don't own a Rover. Maybe if and when the girlfriend and I get married... Anyways, back to the story....

    I've been a member of Alducks (Alabama's Duck Hunting Forum) for about 2.5 years. I've never met a bunch of the guys on there, but they're all great guys from the ones I have met. Well, a week ago, a member on our forum had a house fire and lost EVERYTHING. Thankfully, nobody was injured. (I'd seen his posts on Alduck's and even had some respect for him, even though we'd never talked or anything. I just liked him as a person and as a fellow duck hunter.) Well, a fellow in Mobile (another person who I'd never met), with God's guidance, set up a donation box for the fella whose house burned. I donated what I could, as did a bunch of the other guys on the forum. A couple months ago, I set up a FB page for the forum and am a mod of it... Well, I posted it on the FB page to get the word out a little more... Well, in 5 days, we donated over $1,000. I'm positive that much of it came from guys like me who had never met the guy, but liked him.

    Point is, I'm glad to be part of an online forum where guys stand up for each other and care for each other. There's no other feeling like knowing you've genuinely helped somebody to pick their life back up. Thank you for all you've done for Scott. Makes me proud, fellas!

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