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Greetings from Lake Lanier


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Just wanted to stop by and say hello. I am also on Android Central too.

 

BTW, I am not really in Lake Lanier, just near the bottom of it in North Atlanta.

 

Welcome to S4GRU. :welcome:

 

Hope to see you around!

 

Robert

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Welcome to the club. Glad to have you around.

 

 

Lake Lanier..."where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average."

 

Or maybe that was another Lake...

 

;)

 

AJ

 

Hmm that place sounds like some woebegone town. Who would want to be from there...

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Lake Lanier..."where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average."

 

Or maybe that was another Lake...

 

;)

 

AJ

 

That's what they say about Los Alamos around here. That's why they make me and my family leave in the valley. :hah:

 

Robert

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