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bigtikidude: Yup! But I'll see them at surfer joe, so not so much
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Brian: Noel, the original Golf Music story seems to be lost at the moment. It had great photoshopping by Stormtiger.
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bigtikidude: venue change for sg101 convention in august, http://surfg...
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bigtikidude: Flyer added to SG 101 convention thread, thanks to Jonpaul for doing it!
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