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Old 07-08-2011, 03:03 PM   #71
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Stuff them in upside down

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I know, I know!!! I recently watched a horror film. It's a medieval torture device.
Yea, we could torture them by stuffing them in the darn thing upside down and then closing the lid. !!!!!
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Thanks YC1

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Actually, YC1 is the one who's thread I sent you. All credit goes to him. I only sent the link to show you how it was used.

Dang, glad this mystery is solved. The people on the RV Forums are simply the greatest!!!
Thank you so much YC1
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Old 07-08-2011, 04:50 PM   #73
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Thank you so much YC1
It wasn't me, I just got some help from another group of great rvers. I still want to see a picture of it hanging on a door.
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Pictures of the holder on a drawr/door

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It wasn't me, I just got some help from another group of great rvers. I still want to see a picture of it hanging on a door.

Here ya go YC1: See attached.
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Old 07-09-2011, 08:36 AM   #75
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Another critical RV issue solved!! Great place, Great People!!!
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Well I do not know how critical of an issue you could say the subject matter is, but it sure was a mystery solved. That is for sure. I agree with you whole heartily on the forum, Great Place ! Great People. :O)
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:14 AM   #77
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Here ya go YC1: See attached.
Satisfying and delicious. Great work Dr. Watson. This was fun. Maybe I will try to find something for everyone to guess at.
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Well if you do make sure, it is RV related !!!!!!! LOL. Yes, this has been a very informative group. This forum I think could solve just about anything. Love all the good subjects, answers, and testimonies of the folks in here. If you have a RV need boy, you sure can get answers, and that ole saying goes, two heads are better than one. Thank God, we can draw from the wisdom from everyone. Makes 5th wheeling fun !!!!! :O)
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This question will return to haunt some poor archeologist in another 100,000 years...
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You can buy them at Walmart. (The clip on bag holders) :O)
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A million year old Walmart Garbage Bag Holder found in Yellowstone

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This question will return to haunt some poor archeologist in another 100,000 years...
According to archeologist, a primitive 1 million year old Wal-Mart Garbage Bag Holder was found buried in Yellowstone's ancient volcanic crater. Archeologist estimate that when Yellowstone blew it's caldera on Dec 21st, 2012, the artifact must have been in a 5th wheel that would have been recreating at that time in one of Yellowstone's ancient RV parks. The item once restored is going to be on display at the Smithsonian Museum next to the Wal-Mart exhibit. All who may have an interest are encouraged to visit the museum.


Up next.... million year old dentures found embedded in a petrified pine tree.....
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Those dentures belonged to Eull Gibbons. "Ever eat a tree"? Some parts are edible.
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I thought his natural food of choice was grape nuts?
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