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Old 04-28-2017, 04:13 AM   #57
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Funny. . . my wife walked in last night while I was on the computer. The conversation went something like this:

WIFE: Hey, whatcha doing?

ME: Just seeing what the Grumpy Old Guys are complaining about today.

WIFE: Oh. . . you must be on IRV2 again!
Wow,
My wife refuses to get on the forum any more for the same reason.
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Amen to owners being the problem with pets.
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Amen to owners being the problem with pets.
And to the Forum.
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Nothing worse then a small yipping dog and no owner around
Yes there is......2 small yipping dogs and the owner sitting right next to them on a lawn chair. Myrtle Beach 2014, Put up with it for 2 days then we asked to be moved , the place was packed but we found another site
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