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Thanks Bristow.

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Hope everyone is enjoying the cold.

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Hello Andrew, thank you for your reply, the mongrals try it on all the time. As for the cold its a nice 25 degrees here in Brisbane Australia.

Andrew Campbell said:
Thanks Bristow.

They have been removed from the site. 2 other profiles have been delete due to unusual activity (sending many members direct messages all at once) If anyone ever sees this - please post a message in the forum or send me a direct message and I will get them removed right away.

Hope everyone is enjoying the cold.

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