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    I think that was a good idea at the picnic the other day. Perhaps Washington could keep a thread going for this type of thing with a running total published at the top.

    KOSS DVD player (and I'll throw in a seperate Sony VCR)

    Two bottles of CRISTALINO CAVA EXTRA DRY 750ML (Spain's version of Champagne)

    IBM THINKVISION 6734-LB1 17" FLAT PANEL LCD MONITOR

    IBM Thinkpad 600e laptop with AC adapter

    Both work fine but are sold as-is. The laptop isn't exactly a killer game machine but if there's someone out there in need of PC to keep up on OCDO it would be fine! (Windows XP)

    PM me if interested in either. Close date for these by the 26th? (Everett meet day)


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    I missed something. What's this all about?

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    At our last picnic some folks brought some things in to donate to a silent auction, all proceeds going toward the pamphlets (next order).

    I thought it was a fine idea and thought I'd throw a few things into the pot. I PM'd jpierce last night (afterward ) to get his thoughts on using his board this way. He said it was OK as long as 100% of the proceeds go toward OC-stuff.

    We (everyone in WA) probably ought to chat about this a bit and see how it should be organized, who's the treasurer, etc.

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    If you guys figure it out I can supply some stuff for it.



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    esstac wrote:
    If you guys figure it out I can supply some stuff for it.

    I'll donate sv_libertarian's boat!:shock: I'm sure he won't mind.

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    I bid 100$... sorry not silent enough? :P


    I'll donate sv_libertarian's boat!:shock: I'm sure he won't mind.

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    esstac wrote:
    I bid 100$... sorry not silent enough? :P


    I'll donate sv_libertarian's boat!:shock: I'm sure he won't mind.

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    Dang it. I thought this said silencer auction. Moving on now.

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    I'll donate sv_libertarian's boat!:shock: I'm sure he won't mind.
    I'm a little attached to it for some odd reason. How ever I'm more than willing to donate it should someone be able to replace it with a decent trimaran...:P Otherwise you can have it when I run out of ammo!

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    I'll donate sv_libertarian's boat!:shock: I'm sure he won't mind.
    I'm a little attached to it for some odd reason. How ever I'm more than willing to donate it should someone be able to replace it with a decent trimaran...:P Otherwise you can have it when I run out of ammo!
    A triamaran? A big log with two smaller logs on each side tied together with a little rope and a couple of cross bars. I even have a chainsaw to cut the logs and some old cheap rope. It's your problem getting it into the water.

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    I said a decent trimaran! :P Mebbe a nice Piver Lodestar...

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    I said a decent trimaran! :P Mebbe a nice Piver Lodestar...
    Hey, I've seen your boat, mine would be as decent as your last gun.

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
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    I said a decent trimaran! :P Mebbe a nice Piver Lodestar...
    Hey, I've seen your boat, mine would be as decent as your last gun.
    I've seen your gunroom and it's about as well organized as my boat!

    Plus believe it or not that gun is shootable.

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Bear 45/70 wrote:
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    I said a decent trimaran! :P Mebbe a nice Piver Lodestar...
    Hey, I've seen your boat, mine would be as decent as your last gun.
    I've seen your gunroom and it's about as well organized as my boat!

    Plus believe it or not that gun is shootable.
    Yeah, but it looks like your last date.

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    I think you just are trying to show off the emoticon you found!

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    I think you just are trying to show off the emoticon you found!
    That and it's fun to pick on you. Beside you deserve it.

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    That and it's fun to pick on you. Beside you deserve it.
    LOL. I'm just taking notes on how to be a grumpy old fart when I get your age! It's a valuable learning experience:P

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    Steve, you have a L O N G way to go to get to Bear's age

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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    Steve, you have a L O N G way to go to get to Bear's age
    And if he doesn't get out of Greener town he won't make it either!

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    And if he doesn't get out of Greener town he won't make it either!
    I found sure fire cure to keep hippies away! Pepper spray in one hand, and a bar of soap in the other! Both are considered dangerous by hippies and the general weirdo crowd of Oly...

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    And if he doesn't get out of Greener town he won't make it either!
    I found sure fire cure to keep hippies away! Pepper spray in one hand, and a bar of soap in the other! Both are considered dangerous by hippies and the general weirdo crowd of Oly...

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    Can I get a Serpa that holds a bar of Irish Spring? Maybe I'll OC that around town.:P

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Can I get a Serpa that holds a bar of Irish Spring? Maybe I'll OC that around town.:P
    Suddenly I'm presented with the image of SVLib clocking some 'hippe' over the head with a 'soap-on-a-rope' weilded like some sort of jail-house chain-mace.

    (also gives new definition to the 'fluff-n-buff' he kept talking about at the picnic)

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    Hmmm, 2 replies out of 22 are related to the auction. Perhaps we'll try this later in a different manner and after some planning.

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