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They have it all...
no wait..they do not have a snowmobile one.
Love the tank though. :)


Honestly, if your on a road where you can see a tank, deer, cows, high flood waters, on a curvy road with a narrow bridge and a dangerous intersection at the end of it all, drinking may be the only possible way to keep your sanity.


You make an excellent point, Chucker!


Do not drink and try to match these text signs with these graphic signs!

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