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    Just wanted to let ya know that I'm back in NY and I came home to a shop filled with water. I'll be getting this straight and then I'll be getting back to work. I might move to TX for no reason other than to have a dry shop!

    Had a great time in Texas. Thanks to Badger Claw and his wife. They are great people. Everyone that I met down there was great! I'll be back that's for sure.
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    I always love getting down to Texas. I would move there myself if it weren't for all my family here and I would miss the appalachians. Glad you had a good time. Bummer about the water.

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    Man, what a way to come home. Sorry to hear that, bro. Come on down and we can split a shop out in the country.

    It was great meeting you and picking your brain. Glad I finally got to see an MP Knife in person. You do some awesome work...
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    Sorry about the water brother...hope it didn't cause too much damage in there...let me know if there's anything you need to help you get cleaned out

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    They need to cut your rent price or at least provide a canoe

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    Just wanted to let ya know that I'm back in NY and I came home to a shop filled with water. I'll be getting this straight and then I'll be getting back to work. I might move to TX for no reason other than to have a dry shop!

    Had a great time in Texas. Thanks to Badger Claw and his wife. They are great people. Everyone that I met down there was great! I'll be back that's for sure.

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    You are going to need a house boat soon for the shop. Anyway to build a barrier of do something with pumps. That is so tough too the mold and damage water does is crazy. Time to get super pro active and knock this out of the park.

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    Good to have met you Matt, glad you got home safe.
    Hope nothing got damaged.

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    Come on down, Matt. You're more than welcome here, Texas would love to have you.

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    Damn, what a pain! I know some folks around here in MA who have had some flooding too. I hope they give you a few months free rent for all the hassles you've had with flooding this year... Anyway, glad you had a great time in Texas, I'm sure they could use some of that water, too bad you can't just reroute it a bit...

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