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Old 10-28-2009, 03:45 AM   #1
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October 2009 Show in So Cal will be this Weekend

Every year, I go and pick up good info from their Free Educational classes.

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Every year I go and see all of things I could/would buy if I were single.


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Gotta love the woodworking show. I get myself in all sorts of financial trouble at those.
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"Every year I go and see all of things I could/would buy if I were single."
Gotta love that one! Along with "When I go to a bike show, etc."
No matter who sponsors these type shows, there is so much to learn from their seminars, and to drool over those new, neat tools. I travel the 200+ miles to visit a sister in the Atlanta, Ga. area and go to downtown Atlanta to see those type shows. The trips are always worth the time, for both reasons, the show, and visiting with family. Thanks, David
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