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    Who here is taking classes at UNM?

    Somebody with a mtbr shirt in one of my classes. An X-Fusion shirt too.

    Just curious.

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    but i want to ride now
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    I'm sure there are more than a fair share of shop rats taking classes at UNM, myself included.
    sweet sweet trails

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    be careful that is the notorious "Andrada" we all hear about. be sure not to make eye contact.
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    Can't be too careful
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    Andrada?

    And maybe I should be more specific. Class is EPS 203.

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    Hey, wait up!
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    my imagination must be playing tricks

    i swear i saw some other posts swirling around through here just moments ago



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    Meet Brandon, same as the Ol' Brandon:



    Quote Originally Posted by Ole' Bradon
    the instructor is telling about 'how the west was won' back in the days of early pioneers. It seems that The Fed decided that one way to bring prosperity to these parts, since they, The Fed, had pretty much staked claim to all the western territory, was to partition it out in the form of a claim to anyone who wishes to explore government lands for the purposes of mining valuable minerals. The only caveat as far as I can tell is that a minimum of $100 worth of labor or maintenance be performed annually on the parcel of land. Since there are a few in the community who like to "relocate" dirt and rocks, what better way to introduce new trails?

    The fees are minimal, and heck there might even be gold in them thar hills!

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    ole' didnt sound as good tho.
    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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    I am a UNM student and I am currently taking EPS 210 and and EPS 310, but all my shop rat shirts have long since been worn out and tossed so it wasn't me.

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    quote: "Somebody with a mtbr shirt in one of my classes. An X-Fusion shirt too."


    I believe that if Andrada were to don an MTBR shirt, worlds would collide and a rift in the space/time continuum would be created, ending the universe as we know it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Band1 View Post
    I still sport a "Turner,"....er, Old Skool
    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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