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gmc2003

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I smell a sting operation.

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Chris
 

bigfurmn

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And this is why i love this site. Good advice, good people and GREAT food porn. Oops that might be inapprorpriate for the 15yo. 🤣🤣🤣
 

bauchjw

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Dumb question….how do I update my profile? I’ve moved twice since joining. I go to the gear for my profile, look at profile and can see my original info, but the only edit button I see is for avatar? I only use iPhone, my work computer won’t let me log in here and I don’t have a computer at home.

I’m 47, living in Alexandria Virginia, looking at a move to Iowa in a little over a year.
 

bigfurmn

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Dumb question….how do I update my profile? I’ve moved twice since joining. I go to the gear for my profile, look at profile and can see my original info, but the only edit button I see is for avatar? I only use iPhone, my work computer won’t let me log in here and I don’t have a computer at home.

I’m 47, living in Alexandria Virginia, looking at a move to Iowa in a little over a year.
Virginia to Iowa... You poor SOB. 😂😂😂. Sorry Minnesota here. That might be a shock this time of year.
 

bauchjw

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Virginia to Iowa... You poor SOB. 😂😂😂. Sorry Minnesota here. That might be a shock this time of year.
Oh man, you don’t know the half of it brother! We moved here from San Diego, where all three of my kids were born, this July. They barely wore shoes until a month ago! But, cold is good for resilience, money goes further in Iowa, and extended family roots are important. My biggest concern is we just came from a visit to Iowa and my home town seemed full of Minneapolis transplants!
 

bigfurmn

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Oh man, you don’t know the half of it brother! We moved here from San Diego, where all three of my kids were born, this July. They barely wore shoes until a month ago! But, cold is good for resilience, money goes further in Iowa, and extended family roots are important. My biggest concern is we just came from a visit to Iowa and my home town seemed full of Minneapolis transplants!
As long as they aren't from Minneapolis or St Paul you should be safe. A lot of rural MN people are fleeing the governor here for WI and IA. Getting as bad as California if your close to a bigger city here.
 

bauchjw

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As long as they aren't from Minneapolis or St Paul you should be safe. A lot of rural MN people are fleeing the governor here for WI and IA. Getting as bad as California if your close to a bigger city here.
Ha, yes, I was going to call them refugees, that was the joke at the bar. We had a small reunion with a few friends and two had moved back after 25 years, then met a few others who’d lived in Minneapolis for years as well,, but recently moved to Iowa.
 

Workaholic

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I'm here in Wichita, Kansas. And I'm 51, or so they say. Depends on how I'm feeling that day.
 

JLeonard

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Southaven, MS here. 54 yo.
And wasnt there a band named The Rascals?
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MJB05615

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Yes they were The Young Rascals, then The Rascals. 60's to the 70's. Had a lot of top ten hits.
Groovin', It's a Beautiful Morning, A Ray of Hope, etc. They were almost as big as the Beatles back in the day.
 

Bearcarver

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Yes they were The Young Rascals, then The Rascals. 60's to the 70's. Had a lot of top ten hits.
Groovin', It's a Beautiful Morning, A Ray of Hope, etc. They were almost as big as the Beatles back in the day.


As I remember it, Alfalfa & Darla were the only Good Singers in the "Gang".

Bear
 

JJS

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I had to check my profile, age and location are there, don’t remember doing it lol.
39 Years old, Hersey MI (about an hour north of Grand Rapids). We are in the low to mid 300’s for population, have snow on the ground and currently 32 degrees.
 

Colin1230

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Wasn't it the 'Lil Rascals'? Loved them when I was a kid.
Updated my profile. I always thought location and age were there but nope.
Anyway, almost 62 and loving life in the KC burbs.
 

MJB05615

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As I remember it, Alfalfa & Darla were the only Good Singers in the "Gang".

Bear
I'll agree Alfalfa was a good singer, maybe Buckwheat too. But not as good as Felix Cavaliere or Eddie Brigatti.
 

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