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April 20, 2010

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Absolutey great Laura. You have created a fellow addict for Top Gear.
Maybe Micah, and I can start to challange each other like the three hosts.
Could you be our financial supporter please.

Lets see, the gray camaro would still be nice with a new 572 crate engine from GM Performance. Then we can replace Micah's ex drag car engine with his choice of goodies. Then you create the challange what ever it may be, ok.

Sounds like the Orem farm is the place to be. Start yer engines!

You see what I live with.

Yes, you live with handsome, intelligent, challenging men.
You always start my engine!!

This is fascinating. Ken will love this show!

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