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On 9/22/2016 at 0:51 AM, magma said:

@LeftCoastMom Would you like the Christian one? How about the 3000+ club? I'll put them on your signature if you want. How about I make a Native American one? You want me to name a particular tribe?

Wow. She's in the 3000+ club already? I've been here five years and I'm barely there.

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On 9/21/2016 at 11:04 PM, hameedeh said:

@magma Good job! :grin:

Who wants SC Addict badge?  rsz_badge-34.png.0e8e0478e5b2f671e3e734438a42bd3d.png

 

On 9/21/2016 at 10:14 PM, magma said:

Ziyarat

@DigitalUmmah In case you want it. 

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Magma - I love it

guys can you hook me up with these two please

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9 hours ago, magma said:

@LeftCoastMom Would you like the Christian one? How about the 3000+ club? I'll put them on your signature if you want. How about I make a Native American one? You want me to name a particular tribe?

Lol. Thanks! Jk...think I will live with the ones you have worked so hard to create. How about Christian, married, parent, and politics? Is that too many? If you ever have time to find a canoe or river or something like that to represent the tribal people ( or that war pony), then good.

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8 hours ago, Khadim uz Zahra said:

Wow. She's in the 3000+ club already? I've been here five years and I'm barely there.

I talk too much.

You, on the other hand, remind me of my second son...spookily smart and usually quiet until he chooses to speak and he then blows folks away with insights.

(When did you turn blue and is this still part of your master plan to rule the world?)

 Also I think it is either that  SC is very tolerant of outsiders or it's not me..some .people just like the" SG and DD "reports. Their life is getting progressively more exciting even without the  major environmental and  intercultural clashes.

:coffee:

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