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    From one of my favorite web sites for many years

    https://www.coasttocoastam.com/artic...-tut-s-coffin/ I would love to crack that bad boy open and see what and who is in it get them out and save it for me when its my time. lol
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    Yeah Tommy. You have any pyramids you can loot up there in Michigan? That would be the ultimate. Used to listen to Coast to Coast a lot. In the 90's and again 08-10. Been sleeping at night now, so haven't tuned in. I enjoyed it. Didn't realize they had that website, I'll have to check it out.
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    Tommy, used to listen to George when driving into A2 for work around 5 A.M. Like Kray said, I will check out their web page too.

    You might be too tall to fit into that coffin but who knows? If I'm still around when you pass, can I get first dibs on your Nox 800?
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    I guess it would be fair to say that if I go first, you can have my E-TRAC! I better promise my step-daughter gets all my coins and Gold though! Think she'll want the 200 pounds of pulltabs I'm hording?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD51 View Post
    Tommy, used to listen to George when driving into A2 for work around 5 A.M. Like Kray said, I will check out their web page too.

    You might be too tall to fit into that coffin but who knows? If I'm still around when you pass, can I get first dibs on your Nox 800?
    Sorry, I'm up way too early today and had to add that if they had to, they could cut two holes into the end of the coffin for your legs to stick out!
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