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Old 05-06-2013, 06:10 AM   #15
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Oh Sure ... now it's about me and my clown car Geo Tracker !!
Ahhh. It comes out! You were the subliminal target of this whole thread.
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Oh Sure ... now it's about me and my clown car Geo Tracker !!
Love my Tracker, I'll never let it go!
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Old 05-06-2013, 11:48 AM   #17
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Uh-Oh- have I started something with the Geo Tracker Club?

I didn't mean to insult y'all...Geo Trackers are real nice! Some of my best friends have Geo Trackers! I can't think of a better car to have hooked up behind the moho!

It's just that I myself am into Heavy Towing and have to drive something with a little more, shall we say "muscle"...

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If they're tracking our every move, where are the adult oriented websites and sports stuff? I'm claiming bogus.
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Old 05-08-2013, 05:27 AM   #19
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Adults with sports stuff are tracking is in Trackers???? I'm so lost. ..Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore.
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When you remove the ads, you lose the "Recent Discussions" panel on the right. I like that panel to keep the "Pulse" on what's being discussed at a glance. I leave the ads on. They don't bother me. Adds some color to the page LOL.
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The ads pay the bills and keep iRV2 in existence and free.
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I'll take the ads on this site anytime. I also find it interesting to see what Google thinks of my searches. The ad on top right now is "IRS Tax Relief." What makes that funny is that I'm a CPA who just got back from representing a client in front of the IRS and we have a no change audit.

I'll take our site here with ads and all. It is nice to have a site that is open to all and that is not controlled by one big vendor that seems to be more than a tad slanted at times.

Oh yeah....I don't have a Geo, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express recently.
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From Wikipedia. "Other factors". We can only wonder what they are.

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I thought the Geo Tracker was a means of population control.
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I thought the Geo Tracker was a means of population control.
I don't think so...the Tracker (early models, anyway) was such a good breeder that some of its progeny got out under the Suzuki Sidekick name! My Mom had one of those...main difference between the two was that the Sidekick had removable headrests that allowed one to fold the seats down flat.

Whether or not this "feature" was a deciding factor in Mom's choice between the two, I really dare not say...
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I do not mind the ads because in spite of what I think, there are some things I don't know...........lol
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My Firefox was updated to 19.0and I lost my AD Block.Went back to 17.0 All adds gone now. Sorry for the rant.
I'm running 20.0.1 and my adblock works fine.
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Still trying. I meant the ADDS were pitiful. This is the best site I've ever been on when it comes to RV'S. Sorry I didn't be more specific. My Bad
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