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Old 12-24-2011, 03:12 PM   #15
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We seldom use the radio because I absolutely have to hear the driveline. Could that be why I've been able to hear funny things before they got to be a real problem.

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And how, exactly, do you put out the campfire (I know how to do it with boys).
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With girls you have them get a bucket of water and drown and stir till no steam or smoke.
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I leave the radio on to drown out known rattles, but still listen for anything new.
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JRNOLL,
It's easier with boys.
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