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    Question: Crossing paths with old friends

    I have been thinking about this lately. I wondered how many old friends or old classmates are forum memebers. So here is the question: What high school did you attend and what year did you graduate? For the younger guys, yea you Alex, what school and year do you project to graduate from. I attended Lincoln East, class of 1984. What say you?

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    Millard North, '03
    You're only allowed three great women in your lifetime. They come along like the great fighters, every ten years. Rocky Marciano. Sugar Ray Robinson. Joe Louis. Sometimes you get 'em all at once. Me? I had my three when I was 16. That happens. What are you gonna do?

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      #3
      Lincoln East, 2009

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        #4
        Omaha bryan 03

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          #5
          Wow, so far, I'm one of the old guys. I thought I was one of the young guys.
          Grand Island Nortwest 1999
          The Boat Dock is a paid NEFGA Sponsor. See us for all of your fishing, kayaking, and boating needs.

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            PiusX '88
            Gotta go to the store and get some bactine. Raccoons make horrible pillows.

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              #7
              Garden County (Oshkosh) '99

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                #8
                Omaha Benson '01
                "Releasing a big fish always puts a smile on my face" Jim Buckley
                The greatest catch of my life, June 1, 2013

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by H2only View Post
                  PiusX '88
                  Pius? No way! Class of '87... (I'm feelin' a little deja vu... M_biggrin
                  "There's three things in this world that you need: Respect for all kinds of life, a nice bowel movement on a regular basis, and a navy blazer." ~Parry

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                    #10
                    Grand Island Central Catholic class of 1992.
                    Gas $3.11,
                    A hotdog at the station $1.22
                    A pop .93
                    Dozen worm's $2.72
                    "The smile on your kid's face after catching a fish priceless"

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                      #11
                      Man, I am really old. G.I. Senior High School....1970

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                        #12
                        A school down in northwest kansas 1979
                        there's nothing better then the great outdoors

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                          #13
                          Schuyler 1998
                          Hunting or Fishing is better than work!

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                            Alma, 1993

                            Slim

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                              Omaha Bryan 03

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