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Lloyd Lemons

I haven't found anything yet, but I'll keep looking. Thanks for the comment.

Erroll

Hello,
I have a L24 1962 ladies Paramount that I can find Zero info on. Been researching for a year, with no luck..
Anything you have would be wonderful..
Thank you

Lloyd Lemons

Well, hello Becky! Thank you for visiting my site, and thank you for your comments. I haven't heard from you in quite some time. I trust you're doing well. Best wishes!

becky blanton

It's not "too many" unless you think it is. The things that control us are the things that have our heart. For some, it's acquiring money. How much money is "enough"? Others, like Jay Leno as you said, collect motorcycles and cars. I know a man who is the third top sports memorabilia collector in the USA. He lives for his collection of sports jerseys, balls, bats, shoes and whatever. It hangs on the wall where he admires it and it makes him happy. If you want to get spiritual about it, you can reflect on Christ's words, of "Where a man's heart is, there so is his ruler." What we love, controls us. It comes down to what you personally value—that's all. As King Solomon said, however, "What does it benefit a man to gain the whole world, and yet lose his soul?" Money or God is the only issue that really matters. If you don't believe in God, then who cares how many bikes you own eh?

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