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Old 11-01-2011, 09:57 AM   #85
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What a bucket full of attitude! Acting like that, they'll be lucky if their rig doesn't somehow get a "key scratch" along all 42 feet some day while they are away. Karma is a .... well... we all know what Karma is.

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My comment about someone keying the coach because of their "don't come near my rig" attitude was inappropriate and I shouldn't have made it.

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Old 11-01-2011, 10:17 AM   #86
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What I find humorous is all you "macho" guys and gals that are going to beat, mace, kick the poor dog into submission and or(as the last post indicates) key an RV...
I do not beleive that was a threat or considered action on Ricks part but an observation on what could possibly happen some day.
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Just to be sure....I dont think "Rick" was at all suggesting he was going to KEY anything BUT that doesnt mean some other "YAHOO" wont get this brain-storm(fart) to do just that! That was my only concern....Carry on!
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Old 11-01-2011, 02:11 PM   #88
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Just to be sure....I dont think "Rick" was at all suggesting he was going to KEY anything BUT that doesnt mean some other "YAHOO" wont get this brain-storm(fart) to do just that! That was my only concern....Carry on!
Exactly. The comment was half in jest and half based on how some people view those with nice cars who take up two parking spaces to avoid getting scratches. Nonetheless, we don't need to be giving any crazies ideas.

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Old 11-01-2011, 07:42 PM   #89
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I also took Ricks comment that they are setting themselves up. I would not domthat and most people (I assume Ricko) would not either. But there is always someone out there that would not be as polite as the rest of us. It is ashamed and most of the time I develope friends from my neighbors. Several we meet up with on subsequent trips.

In think most ofnus struggle with why some people are discourteous. This was two couples and all they could say when their golden decided to join us in our MH was "don't worry she is very sweet".

In retrospect she was and we should have kept her.

I thank the rest of you who are polite and friendly. I hope to meet more of you.

Regards from an old leather neck with a young family and young spirit.
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What you should do is mace the owner and have him fixed so he cannot reproduce and have more like him. The dog is only doing what the owner lets him/her do.
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This was two couples and all they could say when their golden decided to join us in our MH was "don't worry she is very sweet".

In retrospect she was and we should have kept her.

I thank the rest of you who are polite and friendly. I hope to meet more of you.

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You probably should have kept her. Goldies are highly intelligent and she probably knew you would take better care of her then the other people.

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I wonder what space aliens would think if they saw these four legged creatures dragging these two legged ones around on tethers to pick up their feces. Who do you suppose the aliens would think was 'in charge'?
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