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Adam Montana Weekly 2 October 2019

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:twothumbs: Great Update AND Tempered Post, Adam, AND The Very Best Of The Rest Of Your Week AND Up Coming Weekend To You!!! :tiphat:


I am SO Lookin' Forward To THEE "fabled" "RV" "text"!!!


:backflip:   :backflip:   :backflip:


Thank You, too, for ALL the post event services to pre event paid members!!!


Go Moola Nova!


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We're hanging in there and awaiting the text.  Appreciate all your preparation work behind the scenes and your regular updates!

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Looking more and more 2020 though. We shall see but if they used oil to pay debts what would make them have to repay debt with RV money when the oil traded to petrodollars anyway?

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2 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

Standing by.


- Adam


Right There With U Boss ! :o 

Bored Crashing GIF - Bored Crashing Faceplant GIFs
:D  :D   :D 
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8 minutes ago, psdon said:

hy i got ( 9 ) email's for the same post from dinarvets:confused2:


I’m Not Sure What That’s All About - I Haven’t Seen Anything On MySpace ! :o 


:D  :D  :D 

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Sandfly Adam and your awesome “Mod Squad”!  I believe I’m like many of us here in thinkin’ this thing  happening now couldn’t come at a better time! 

Come On RV Baby!!! :eyebrows:

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