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Just making my formal introduction.
#1
Just want to say hello to all you fellow froggers. My name is Mike and I live in a NW suburb of Chicago. I have several varieties of pumilio and thumbnails. Not into the big frogs at all, they eat too much! Also, my d-board avatar is Froggymike. I am friends with most of the Chicago forgers, but have not met all of them yet. If you will be at NRABC on Saturday I will see you there.

Mike
While diversifying our gene pool is great, polluting it with sub par DNA is not the way to evolve. This is the reason some people should not be able to reproduce!
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#2
Hi Mike
A big TEXAS welcome! Glad to have you and look forward to sharing experiences and frog tales.

Cheers
Scott
Scott - North Dallas
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#3
Thanks for the warm texas welcome.
While diversifying our gene pool is great, polluting it with sub par DNA is not the way to evolve. This is the reason some people should not be able to reproduce!
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#4
Welcome Mike. TON's of Chitown froggers. You're in a great spot for the hobby.

Thanks for making the intro - always appreciate knowing a little more about other hobbyists.

Looking out for Frog Day 2012 info - supposed to be in Chicago next year.
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#5
Yeah, I will be hanging with Chris this weekend at the show. PA is not a bad place to live for the hobby either.
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