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Old 04-06-2012
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Tommy you look like you just finished running the Boston marathon
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Ryan;

You flatter me - no marathon - just the aftermath of cooking 2,500 lbs of hawg last June. But is could be the aftermath of cutting grass, weed-eating, and all of the other things associated with summertime upkeep of one's home 20. Living in the 'bird is much simpler, but the naps still continue.
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Ryan;

You flatter me - no marathon - just the aftermath of cooking 2,500 lbs of hawg last June. But is could be the aftermath of cutting grass, weed-eating, and all of the other things associated with summertime upkeep of one's home 20. Living in the 'bird is much simpler, but the naps still continue.

Tommy,

It's the weeds, them **** weeds they will do it to you every time, you need to quit eating those weeds, right now If you can't they have treatment programs to help you stop eating weeds But you can still eat the brownies
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Since I have retired, it seems I have gone into a two or three naps a day mode. Is that a bad sign? I'm a little worried that I might be "going over the hill".Attachment 15658
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It's OK as long as there is a cot on the other side of the hill
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Looked like me, exhausted after trimming my fingernails. Whew!
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Thought I'd try a little "weed" once, but my children, hypothetically speaking, they insisted, said all it would do is make be talk a lot, laugh a lot, make me hungry and sleepy.

I already have those attributes, why would I need some "weed". Brownies maybe, of course.

Probably one of the few to come through the 60's without it.
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Too much of a "natural high" in College, Law School and then the Army. Right Tommy?
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Thought I'd try a little "weed" once, but my children, hypothetically speaking, they insisted, said all it would do is make be talk a lot, laugh a lot, make me hungry and sleepy.

I already have those attributes, why would I need some "weed". Brownies maybe, of course.

Probably one of the few to come through the 60's without it.



I'm with you on that one Tommy! Growing up in the 50 and 60s one would think we would, but it didn't happen. When they ran me on the polygraph before hiring me for the state police the operator swore I was lying. He said that not one other recruit said no to that question, but me. I asked him what did the machine say. He said that it said I was telling the truth. I said so what's the problem? Never did understand the thing with drugs. Give me some good friends and a few laughs. Who needs drugs?
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I'd like to put a vote in for HAVING our numbers on the decal. While I understand it triples or quadruples the complexity, it also lends credence to the forum. Since most of us tend to travel a fair bit and not go to the same places everytime; it will show to members unknown that the forum has a ton of people on it. I mean, you're going to see a 300 something number and a 4000 something number and so on.

(on edit) So eventually a member unknown sees a 100 something number, a 2000 something number and then a 4000 something number. Won't that stress to the "mu" (member unknown) that this forum has a ton of people and there's probably a bunch of info here to help them further enjoy their coach?


I don't really care what my number is, but knowing I'm increasing the total is great to me. Yes, I know that no matter what; but nobody else does.

When you see something that maybe interests you, aren't you influenced by the knowledge that (many) others are also interested?

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The manufacturer of our cast oval WL plate is no longer in business. They made a lot of collectable cast figurines as well as address & other types of plates. The foundry used some lead, etc., looks like the EPA got them.

If someone is interested in making or finding a manufacturer of cast plates (for WOG plate) you can borrow my extra plate for a sample.

BTW if the plates or decals are numbered they follow the individual rather than the coach (same as FMCA egg).

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