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Old 10-10-2012, 05:01 AM   #57
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Horse, the credibility of your post(s) is questionable.
OK......maybe hell didn't freeze over, but there certainly was frost on the coal piles.
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:55 AM   #58
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I'm here to tell you that hell froze over on 8/8/2013. That was the day my wife let me buy the brand new Jayco........

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OK......maybe hell didn't freeze over, but there certainly was frost on the coal piles.
Hello... Is anybody home?
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:13 AM   #59
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No, looks like we're all down here shoveling coal in our Columbias.
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:48 AM   #60
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C'mon Dunner, we all know Nitro is actually a future version of Dogpatch sent back in time to confuse us about the REAL happenings on 12-21..
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Great! Just great.
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No compassion for the dyslexic?......
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No compassion for the dyslexic?......
Yeah, mean Dunner. Shame on you!

Quit pickin on poor Nitro....

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Youse guys better watchit or us dyslexics will have to untie!
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I have seen several predictions as to when the world will end, Most of them are now history.. There is one I actually believe..

WHen Christ was ask when the world would end he said "I do not know, Only the father in heaven knows" He also said "You shall not know the day, nor the hour" and that... I believe.
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I'm gahtering up my Lynx Levelers and going hmoe.
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I went out last night and looked at new MH (Prevost). I want to buy one and get a little use out of it before the end comes on 12/12. My question is should I invest in new furniture slipcovers or just enjoy the coach the way it is and not worry about the dogs jumping up on the furniture? I fully trust the opinions and judgement on this forum. If I can't trust you guys, who can I trust?
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We recently got new ultra leather furniture. Although very easy to clean, the dogs make a mess of it pretty quickly. DW asked if she could buy some expensive covers. Since I knew we had plenty of cash to last to 12/21, I said sure why not.

Several months ago we were going to order a custom Prevost. We did secure zero down until 2013. The problem is the Prevost factory is completely back-loged. The rep told me they can't understand what's going on, I had to giggle.

Anyway, since we couldn't get delivery until mid December, we decided to keep Flipper and we're heading to the Yucatan as soon we can. If you can secure a floor model right now, go for it and let DW decide on the covers
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