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Old 12-12-2011, 06:47 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by BudtheDiplomat View Post
My hat is off to you full-timers. I don't know how I could possibly do it! Seriously! I'm honored and amazed by you.

You know that little TV show about people who have a house and garage full of junk? I AM THAT GUY!

I think I have socks I owned before I married this little girl 42 years ago.

It is called "pre-marital socks."

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Good one, Bud.

I also admire the full-timers. Last year we looked at buying a new house. When I realized how much stuff is in our attic, we decided not to move.

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