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    TST, kicking ass after one year.

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    Lol. I got more posts on tst than I do my wrx forums lol. 1,500 on tst and 62 on clubwrx.net. Goes to show you how good tst forum really is!
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    I joined last week!

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    Happy Birthday TST!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinkleboi
    wow!!! thanks for pulling this up mike... yeah TST has really become much more than i ever planned in a lot of ways (including much more time required by me). anyways for those who havent checked it out its a really great site and i aim to keep the atmosphere over there as great as it is here. if you do join my username there is TROLL so say hello .
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    I signed up awile back under a different username. I still had my 02si at the time. I just registered again as rex_effect. I came out to the TST Crab Run in the si and the Fall Foliage Run in the wrx, both of which Craig (Pocket_Rocket) had a large part to do with. If you were at either, then I probably met you and didn't even realize it until now. I never really had time to read around the forums, but I do now
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    I was at the fall foliage run in my crystal gray wrx wagon. Wich beast were you driving?

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    Mine was the stock 04 wrb. This pic is blurry, but it was the only one I could find that was taken of me. I have the white clubwrx sticker on my doors.

    I had only had the car for a week and was out tearing up the pavement with you guys
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    haha yeah I think I was just above 3k miles on the clock when I got there.
    There were so many wrb wrx's there its hard to differentiate them.

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    Were you guys in the "fast" group or the "slow" group?


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    I was in the first group aka the wagon train. I do remember the white wrx wagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the mike
    Were you guys in the "fast" group or the "slow" group?


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    I was the guy who showed up way late. Jack (gray Z3 roadster) came and picked me up. I don't know if I was in the fast or slow group. For the first half, I think I was in the fast group. for the second half, I was stuck behind a mini toting surf boards on it's roof , so I would say it was a slow ride for me, in the least.
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