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Old 06-24-2005, 06:36 AM
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Congrats on your accomplishments and future endeavors. I know we don't know eachother but, let things happen as they may. Everything thats meant to happen will happen. Either way you look at it, you have the potential to be very successful. Good luck !
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Old 06-24-2005, 02:10 PM
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haha. thanks everyone. hello from milwaukee. we are traveling about 60mph into some more traffic. i have the digital camera, so i will take some pictures for everyone of the event up here. people are saying it's going to be a blast. the app. mountains were cool to drive through. estevan was rocking that stuff well. at night TOOJ battle in the rig. there are times when you lose track of whether you are up hill or down hill, or whatever. the only way we know is if you are accelerating or decelerating with the gas pedal off.

well, i think we will actually be here ahead of schedule, and that's pretty cool. ill keep yalls updated
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Old 06-24-2005, 09:00 PM
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Go for it Matt. Getting paid to drive is a beautiful thing
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Old 06-27-2005, 10:40 PM
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Wow. this event was an absolute blast. I'll post some pictures as soon as i get them. But it was a blast. Good times, good times, good times. good times again. good times that I really needed cause of some personal stresses i am dealing with right now. But Yeah. I should be moving this week, back to clearwater, so long as the place I have lined up is still waiting for me.

QS&L this week! OMFG!
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I'll believe it when I see it!!! Glad you had a great time up there, Matt.
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Sweet, I am gonna try and be @ QS&L too.
Assuming I can get my car back together.
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Old 06-28-2005, 11:05 AM
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hahah. i'll bring the lowest s13 ever out there!! its slammed on the ground rubbing all four corners, just the way i like it


john, you had better bring the 14 !! !
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The daily driving beast is finally running! Amazing!

I've already told you congratulations. This is the best thing that can happen to a kid that started street drifting at 15. You should thank God. Good work Rob & Matt!
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Originally Posted by POLLO
Being a teacher pays the bills.


Being a racecar driver pays for nothing

more like it

unless ure gushi, drift alliance, millen, Hubinette, dai to where your in top 16 or win each event, then its not going to pay worth staying in.

u dont want to be rob, 30 and having your mom pay your rent

as much as i love drifting, its not a motorsport that will be around forever.
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