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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   1/23/2014 1:23:34 PM
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@kfield: It's your humbleness, Max, that i like best about you.

I'm famous for it LOL

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kfield   1/23/2014 1:19:31 PM
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It's your humbleness, Max, that i like best about you.

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Caleb Kraft   1/23/2014 10:58:55 AM
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well, that is true for sure!

Max The Magnificent
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Really Cool Things
Max The Magnificent   1/22/2014 6:04:43 PM
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@Caleb: The conference already has tons of really cool things going on...

You and me for a start LOL

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