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Old 02-10-2012, 05:41 AM   #15
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You did not mention the CG name, but it sure sounds like a KOA and they wanted that extra $5 for a 50 amp site. Even though you did not want it.

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Old 02-10-2012, 05:48 AM   #16
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You might have back fed 50 amps into the 30 amp power grid and ruined everything...
Now that's a good one.
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Old 02-10-2012, 06:57 AM   #17
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I looked it up, It was called eby's pines.
KOA ... I would have expected it from them KOA when you just have to have the deluxe site that comes with table and chairs for the low low price of 85 dollars.. with a view of the train that goes through at 3 am....
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:26 AM   #18
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Reminds me of the guy that let his slide out on his travel trailer; pushed over the electrical pedestal that had the water faucet attached.

I thought we were celebrating the 4th of July in May!
That would have been cool to see
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:44 PM   #19
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Is there an amp rating on the sewer hose? I never realized that. I hope I haven't hooked mine up to a dump station that wasn't rated for it.
I don't know about amp rating but there's a good flow rate. You don't want that to backfeed!
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Special Snowflake Syndrome is what I call it.
Sorry but I had to look that one up!!!!!!!

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Old 02-10-2012, 02:21 PM   #21
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Sorry but I had to look that one up!!!!!!!

: laugh:
It's one of my favorite catch alls, I usually use it in context to motorists, along with Nutter Butters, however, I have on more than one occasion found use for it in general for persons as a whole, regardless of their motorvehicle operating skills.
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was she blond?????
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Old 02-10-2012, 05:18 PM   #23
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This is not electrical but is simular.
Last fall I bought a set of Michelin tires from a nationwide retailer where I live, a short time later when staying in Tucson I went to the same nationwide store tire shop to get a “free” rotation. Now I will admit to getting them rotated sooner than normal because I was trying to get my 5,000 mi oil change interval and tire rotations at the same time. The service writer said that you shouldn’t rotate the tires more often than recommended because you will “WEAR OUT THE THREADS ON THE STUDS AND NUTS”. Now I don’t like being lied to and promptly blew my stack! I had the Owners Manual in my hand and ask him to show me where that was in the book! In fact it says that more often is OK if the owner feels that it is necessary. His response was that he was just looking out for my best interest! Again I blew my stack and walked out!
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Only if you don't have it grounded properly.
Was I supposed to ground or bond the sewer hose? I mean, it is a wire wound hose you know, and it is for transferring hazardous materials.
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I don't know about amp rating but there's a good flow rate. You don't want that to backfeed!
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How does that saying go: People who think they know everything are very annoying to those of us who really do"

Actually... Nobody knows everything (I have many fields where I do not claim expertise of any kind, and by the same token a few where I am rated expert, but then I do a lot of research on a lot of things).

A very true statement would be:

Those who THINK they know what they are taking about are often very amusing to those of us who really DO know what they are talking about.

A bit like watching folks back into a campsite,, Since I learned to use "R" before I even heard of "D" (The farm tractor had 1,3,4,5,S and R, If you figure out what "S" is you may even known the series of tractor I drove). backing is .. Well, something i do.

But watching others try it can be amusing.
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I ........for the low low price of 85 dollars.. with a view of the train that goes through at 3 am....
A view of train tracks? A train in the middle of the night? I wouldn't want that spot for $25.
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Not scared yet? Well, this person probably votes. That ought to do it.

Redneck, I like the Special Snowflake Syndrome and Nutter Butters. Might have to borrow those in the future.
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