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uhhh, I don't think so. Haven't seen the pictures yet.
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Smack, Jimmy Cliff might just work. Surely BB will remember. Great Reggae!
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I'd like to put in a request for some old Soca, like Byron Lee and the Dragonnaires... ouch!

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I don't know what you guys are talking about? What is Lats and Atts? Was it an old forum or another site? curious...
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L&A is a cruising magazine. It had/has some kind of forum...but I think it was a pay thing.

As for what this partnership is supposed to be, your guess is as good as ours. It seems like a good idea. Those dudes know how to party.

But it's been very quiet around here. Too quiet. And that's not like Bob Bitchin' from what I understand.
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L&A is a cruising magazine. It had/has some kind of forum...but I think it was a pay thing.

As for what this partnership is supposed to be, your guess is as good as ours. It seems like a good idea. Those dudes know how to party.

But it's been very quiet around here. Too quiet. And that's not like Bob Bitchin' from what I understand.
Ah, looks like a cool magazine! You're right, Bob doesn't look like a wall flower at all!
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Celebrities...what did ya expect?.....real people?
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I'm having a hard time believng this Bob Bitchin' entity exists. I can see ghosts on several TV programs, but Bob Bitchin' - not so much.
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I'm having a hard time believng this Bob Bitchin' entity exists. I can see ghosts on several TV programs, but Bob Bitchin' - not so much.
He is definitely a real guy. I met him at a boat show once. Guy is huge, no wonder he had a boat that big.
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