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Heres a sneak peak

That is the old font in the background. This year pic or last year pic?

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Everybody who is able to go... Pour a Lil bit of beer out for those of us who can't make it.

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I know this is a bit random but is it just me or does Newton have some freakishly long legs?

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I miss living back home in NC! Can't wait to hear what fun it was & see all the great photos I know you guys will take.

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I know this is a bit random but is it just me or does Newton have some freakishly long legs?

I think they just look longer there because he is mid-stride or up on his tip-toes.

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That is the old font in the background. This year pic or last year pic?

He just posted a picture from fan fest. The Stadium takes down the padded wall covers during the offseason. Right now it would just be concrete.

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I'll be there, will take pics and capture some vids w/ my phone.

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Hell yes. Thanks CatMan.

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