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Jul 042012
A “Thank you!” to Paul,  Graycloak and everyone else on the forums and elsewhere who have contributed to this article…

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7-4-2012 – This set has been updated to the new system. It does not need a Friend’s ID to work. ~The FG

Good gravy! How many spare tired are these two (and a half) going to go through during that Road Trip Begfest?  I just did 700+ miles over the weekend moving to my new home and didn’t get a flat tire or anything!  Might as well open up a Big-O tire shop wherever Espresso Joe and Latte Lisa end up.

The items you need for these goals are alphabetized for your convenience. I don’t have the goal info yet but I’ll work on it over the week.

Check the comments below as well as The Facegamer forums for help. There’s a lot of great people in both areas that contribute additional information, and if you’re one of those people… I really appreciate you. Bookmark this page so you can come back whenever you need to.

Each page has 14 links on it, but you will probably not need that many. And if you need more than that, then just refresh the individual page and the timestamps will refresh.

Baby Blanket
Banana Boat
Beach Chair
Beach Towel
Bug Collecting Kit
Camera Lenses
Canoe Paddle
Carry On Luggage
Coffee Mug
Colored Balloon
Digital Camera
Diving Lesson
Diving Mask
Energy Drink
Fire Baton
Fishing Rod
Folding Chair
Foot Pump
Golden Ticket
Grass Skirt
Hawaiian Shirt
Hula Doll
Inflatable Raft
Kukui Nuts
Lei Po’o
Magnifying Glass
Match Box
Minivan Key
Neck pillow
Park Hat
Park Map
Park T-Shirt
Party Banner
Party Hat
Party Light
Party Music
Picnic Basket
Plastic Toothpick
Ride Ticket
Skipping Stones
Souvenir Mug
Souvenir Penny
Surf Board
Swimming Fins
Tapa Cloth
Teddy Bear
Tiki Mug
Tin Can
Tire Jack
Umbrella Drink
Underwater Camera
Upu Hekes
Water Bottle
Water Wings


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According to British news agency, The Guardian, a 12-year-old bought premium Farmville items to the tune of  913 (approx~$1400 US) . He used all of his own savings and then ran mom’s credit card for the remainder of it. When asked why he did it, he said that Farmville ‘brought out good stuff that I wanted’. His Facebook account is now closed, but Zynga won’t refund the charges. The mother tried to get it reversed by her credit card company, but they won’t do it unless she files a police report against him. Continue reading »