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While digging through my Settings section, I came across an ominous realization. As I am a Lifetime Member, I happened to notice that my "expiry date" is 07-03-2034.

I only have 22 years and 16 days of "Lifetime" remaining. Bummer, I had so much to do...:freak: Better get my affairs in order.
 

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While digging through my Settings section, I came across an ominous realization. As I am a Lifetime Member, I happened to notice that my "expiry date" is 07-03-2034.

I only have 22 years and 16 days of "Lifetime" remaining. Bummer, I had so much to do...:freak: Better get my affairs in order.


I just checked my expiration date. It's 7/15/34. I became a Lifetime member exactly 3 months after joining Hobby Talk.

Hank started a thread giving away some cars for longtime Hobby Talk members (1999 and later). WTG Hank! I don't know if any cars were given away yet.

I think an EXCLUSIVE Hobby Talk Lifetime or Supporter contest would also be cool. Only Lifetime or Supporter members would be eligible.
 

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What are the differences between a lifetime membership and a supporting member?
$30

$50 for Lifetime......$20 for yearly for Supporter

100 PM limit for both instead of only 25 PM limit for regular HT member.

Your HT ID in yellow for Lifetime, plus other extras......it's a GOOD deal......join today!
 

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Take a look at Europe.

Doomsday arrived a few years ago. Uncle Sam is just waiting for the credit line to run out, which should be about the time American consumers become too strapped to buy cheap merchandise from Asia. Invest in diecast; it's as sensible as most commodities, but either way, we're all looking at a rather large, excrement sandwich.
 
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