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Old 08-22-2005, 06:04 AM   #15
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I guess I should add that when Donna was working as a teller at our credit union a guy presented this license as ID. Without a blink she says "Well Senor Gomez,would you like your cash in Dollars or Pesos?" I told Donna she should have asked to see his badge.
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Old 08-22-2005, 06:02 PM   #16
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Hey Aviator, just drink the booze while unloading the trailer, kill two birds with one stone. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Yeh...I seond that motion! [Klink]

And yes Sean, an alligator around here is a carcase left by an 18 wheeler, in my case it was a complete outside one. Took it under the right front wheel at 70 MPH in the dark. But, I have been across alligator alley in Florida and had to stop to let the real thing cross the highway. Big puppy![/quote]

Ahhh...OK...now I get it!

Er, on second thought, how was I to know that a tire carcass is an alligator?!

Guess I know now, ey?

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Old 08-23-2005, 05:14 PM   #17
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Sean, Vette was posting so hot and heavy over the weekend my new drivers licence got buried. Go to the end of page one.
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Old 08-23-2005, 05:33 PM   #18
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OMG Dave:

You don't want to get me started on that subject- it's the ONLY one I have actually been ACTIVELY political about- both times. We got a politician down here, Gil Cedillo, that if I could get close enough to put a set of antlers on him and ship him to Bubba's lease, I WOULD!
Auuuuggghhh!!! (But that's a funny one!)

Hey...just to settle ME down, good news from WW this morning...looks like I'll be able to pick my SLC up by the end of THIS week- 1 week earlier. I gotta tell you, that new service mgr they've got is scoring a 10 in my book...he's kept me informed of everything going on, and has impressed me from Minute One. Just a good, down-to-earth kinda guy, that it's obvious he likes his job. Now...we'll see how all the hombres did when I pick it up!

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Old 08-23-2005, 05:37 PM   #19
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Hooah!! I know you'll be glad to get it back home. I lose all my fingernails when a rig is in someone elses hands. Hey! You get to drive the King Ranch! Ain't it sweet.
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Old 08-23-2005, 05:43 PM   #20
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I missed this thread while in Pismo. I was at WW today picking up the New Onan fuel pump. Hear is a picture of the parking lot durring shift Change
Would you leave anything of value in your rig????

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Now THAT'S funny!!!!!!


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Old 08-23-2005, 05:57 PM   #22
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Ha! I think we are now Senor Daveed & Senorita Donaa.
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10-4 there Daveeeed!! And yes...driving the KING is always a plasure-even at $3.09/gal.

Grizzy Baby (Senoir Donno!)!! Yeap! But you forgot the guy with the ice cream wagon with the cheesy bell!
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Think I saw him parked in front of your rig. Think the crew was using it for a lunch room... you know being so large and all. Better check your fuel pump, I'm sure they put alot of hours on it.

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Ah ha...and if I see any brown ants in there when I pick 'er up, there's gonna be some he!! to pay!!

Good thing I left about 2 gallons of fuel in it, huh? I did check the hour meter before I left, sooooo...
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How long did they have your rig and what did they do to her?
Like I said, I'm having repairs done and want them to check the wheel bearing and brakes out. Acouple of other small items like the Roof...
I'm afraid.. very afraid...
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Del:

The BIG issue was the landing gear motor blowout...then, the dbl queen bed, when you put her down, wouldn't touch the driver's side bracket, then there was the bedroom ceiling panel that simply wasn't glued correctly, the emblems on the rockers and the gaucho were crooked, and one of the back lights had already burned through the cheap-a$$ plastic cover. I figure we got another 22 months to find all the other skeletons before they get my CC number!

I took it in last Wednesday PM, and Mike told me it should be ready the end of this week. Sounded like it was going to be tomorrow or Thursday- he said he'd let me know before the gals upfront could call me to schedule the pickup.

Can hardly wait to get her back home where she belongs. Then...the trips are starting to get scheduled up, and before you know it, we'll be poopin in tall cotton again! See ya @ diirk's?

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