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January 11, 2008

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One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

Mark V Marino

Wow great story hard to imagine the feat let alone back in the day! I love the story of Roger B too! One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

Mark V Marino

Wow great story hard to imagine the feat let alone back in the day! I love the story of Roger B too! One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

Mark V Marino

Wow great story hard to imagine the feat let alone back in the day! I love the story of Roger B too! One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

Mark V Marino

Wow great story hard to imagine the feat let alone back in the day! I love the story of Roger B too! One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

Mark V Marino

Wow great story hard to imagine the feat let alone back in the day! I love the story of Roger B too! One of those stories which could only be told after the achievement and so honest. They do not make many like him big enough to be humble sorry to see him go.

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