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Old 04-30-2007, 11:47 AM   #151
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Hey thats not true mullets are cool everywhere esp. GA
lol, Georgia has progressed from the mullet to the fratdaddy shag. Who wants "buisness in the front/party in the back" when you can just have the party all over?

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Old 04-30-2007, 12:32 PM   #152
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I've been into computers since I was about 7. I built my first machine at age 8 and I've been using this name since way back in the early days of prodigy and 2400 baud modems. Plus, it's pretty unique so it's usually available. If you put it in google you'll get like ten pages of results.

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Old 04-30-2007, 01:31 PM   #153
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Joe, Don't listen to her. Mullets are only cool in South Carolina and in the Florida panhandle.
I agree...it's definitely not cool to have a mullet in the northeast.
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Old 04-30-2007, 01:55 PM   #154
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Mullets were never cool, even when they were in. It's a half assed hair cut that tells everyone the wearer can't make up his mind.

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Old 05-01-2007, 12:26 AM   #155
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The mullet...Business in the front, PARTY IN THE BACK!
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Old 05-01-2007, 10:12 AM   #156
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Although many unrelated fish are called mullet, the true mullet are extremely active fish that travel in large schools throughout the tidal zones searching for food. One of the fish from the Perciformes order, the mullets comprise the family called Mugilidae. This fish is often seen swimming in coastal areas and in some cases are the main fish found in some tropical rivers. With close to 100 species and eleven genera, the mullet is very popular with both sports and commercial fishermen due to their fighting ability, as well as, high commercial value as a tasty fish. These fish are highly adaptable to various different saline levels and have even been found in brackish water conditions.

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Old 05-01-2007, 10:26 AM   #157
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the mullet is very popular with both sports and commercial fishermen
There ya go. Proof that the mullet is cool.
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:29 PM   #158
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Amy, I guess you're right...but its coolness is still limited to Florida, Alabama & South Carolina.

Here you go... Mullet Toss
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:46 PM   #159
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:56 PM   #160
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Amy, I guess you're right...but its coolness is still limited to Florida, Alabama & South Carolina.

Here you go... Mullet Toss
That just makes me wish I lived there. Mullet toss......whooda thunk it...
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Old 05-02-2007, 08:10 AM   #161
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That just makes me wish I lived there. Mullet toss......whooda thunk it...
Yep. Those Bama boys have thought of everything.
My dads next door neighbor has a place down in Orange Beach, AL. He is walking (stumbling) distance from the Florabama. He goes to this every year. Thats the only reason I know about this...no, seriously.
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Well when I was a wee tadpole my Grandfather had a CJ 7. It was the baddest thing around ( at least to me it was ). I remember the thrill I would get everytime we would go offroad. I loved it when we got deep enough that water was coming up from the floorboards. Some of my best childhood memories came from riding in that old CJ I loved it. Well for years I had forgotten about it you know all grown up bigger and better things. When I bought my Jeep it reminded me of that childhood love and since my Jeep is a JK that gives us the 07 which is the year I remembered.
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Old 05-14-2007, 03:47 PM   #163
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My 4 year old little boy asked me if we could go "jeeping" one day last month after I bought the 93 wrangler. Sooo Jeeping93 just stuck around. He still asked to go jeeping all the time. Funny little guy
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Old 05-14-2007, 05:18 PM   #165
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I've been into computers since I was about 7. I built my first machine at age 8 and I've been using this name since way back in the early days of prodigy and 2400 baud modems. Plus, it's pretty unique so it's usually available. If you put it in google you'll get like ten pages of results.
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Hey!!! New People!!! Let's hear what's up with the screen name you chose.....
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About 12 years ago, when I first joined the interweb, I figured I'd come up with an email address/screenname that related somewhat to Florida, beaches, etc. "Riptide" popped into my head and that's what I went with and have done so ever since. 63 is the year I was born. I've been a member of most of the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) boards for years as Riptide, so it seemed only natural to carry over onto the Jeep boards as the same.
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About 12 years ago, when I first joined the interweb, I figured I'd come up with an email address/screenname that related somewhat to Florida, beaches, etc. "Riptide" popped into my head and that's what I went with and have done so ever since. 63 is the year I was born. I've been a member of most of the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) boards for years as Riptide, so it seemed only natural to carry over onto the Jeep boards as the same.

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About 12 years ago, when I first joined the interweb, I figured I'd come up with an email address/screenname that related somewhat to Florida, beaches, etc. "Riptide" popped into my head and that's what I went with and have done so ever since. 63 is the year I was born. I've been a member of most of the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) boards for years as Riptide, so it seemed only natural to carry over onto the Jeep boards as the same.

I thought maybe you were just a really big fan.



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About 12 years ago, when I first joined the interweb, I figured I'd come up with an email address/screenname that related somewhat to Florida, beaches, etc. "Riptide" popped into my head and that's what I went with and have done so ever since. 63 is the year I was born. I've been a member of most of the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) boards for years as Riptide, so it seemed only natural to carry over onto the Jeep boards as the same.
ah a man after my own heart, Fbody and wrangler. my camaro is a 2000 z28, and like yours modified to hell, though i do owe around 2 grand on it that will be paid off soon, the maro only has 50k miles on it, long live the old guy. rock on buddy
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I'm a 25 year old trapped in a 43 year old body.

And, as a matter of fact, I was a fan of that show... they had an old Vette and go-fast boat called EbbTide if I remember right.


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