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Old 09-13-2012, 11:54 AM   #4985
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How about if I close this thread at 4999?

That would be cruel ....
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We are way off topic..... we should close this thread based on that alone....... now pass the popcorn
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How would we know the difference?
Hey, that's me ducking the water! Wait 'til Mom sees this! Wow!
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Wow, they have showers now at Camp WallyWorld too!!! Cool.
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My pleasure. I would like to someday be the Parking Lot Activities Director for Walmart.
LOL.. Make it 'Parking Lot Activities Inspector and Director and you'd go PLAID



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More posts and views than all of the Workhorse brake threads combined!
No surprise, free overnight parking is more important than stopping. Brakes, we don't need no stinking brakes!
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That's because Workhorse Brake threads have a point. The monster life of this thread is in perfect keeping with...
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OK, to have this thread end in a quasi "on-topic" fashion..I'm getting back on track.

Is it acceptable to have a small campfire at Walmart if it's contained in a chimena or charcoal grill? I noticed that our local WM sells bundled wood in the garden center.

And a special thanks to the Mods who allowed us all to have some fun on here...it was certainly entertaining to read the posts....thanks!!
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Just be sure your smoke doesn't impair visibility and cause a traffic hazard. Plus, since you're not supposed to use camp chairs, you'll have to sit on the black top.
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I thought the idea of staying overnight at wallyworld was to rest up for a few hours in relative safety, not set up camp and roast marshmallows by a campfire.
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