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Matt Foley

Huddle Time Machine

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Imagine if the Huddle had a time machine. Let's set it for....January 2000. What were you doing at that time?

I was living in Daytona Beach, working for nascar.com, right before they moved me up to Charlotte to be closer to the teams. Had no dating life...I was on the road like 30 weekends out of the year. But man, that was a fun time. Got to see almost every city in the country doing that job.

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show off....

i was 13.....i was in 8th grade in south florida....i was jerking off alot....i was playing playstation.....i was a dick to my parents....thats all i got

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Damn it, I was doing the same crap then as I am now.......

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I was 20, engaged and living together in Elon/Burlington, NC, going to college and looking forward to the Seefart/Doherty years....... boy am i glad that didn't turn out. oh and the Seefart/Doherty thing too....:cool:

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2000 - I was in the waning years of my raving/club DJing days, weening myself off of various drugs and other aspects of my debaucherous lifestyle. I was wrapping up the most fun years of my life

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10th grade... ah, that was a good year.

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Didn't realize we had so many younguns on here. Should I have said 2005?

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Didn't realize we had so many younguns on here. Should I have said 2005?

nah, lets just change it for you, January 1980...........:P

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Ahhh, January 1980... I was 3 years old. Don't remember it

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