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Old 05-18-2014, 09:26 AM   #16031
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That's where I got GMO from.
Aha! So the mystery is solved!
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:30 AM   #16032
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Thanks to all the Happy Anniversary wishes, we did go out to eat but we ( I know this sounds strange) try to make every day together special. ( go ahead and say it guys, oh how sweet ) but true.
And that dear friends is just why he is sooo sweet!
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:35 AM   #16033
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Got My Orb?
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Gashed My Oblique?
Give Me Opulence?


oh! Now those are good! Good Mutey! Good!
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:55 AM   #16034
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Reference to my "almost" win ... I can deal with it. I have lots of experience at coming in second, and "almost", etc. Live hand grenade games come to mind.

However there are times when being the first is not what it is cracked up to be, such is the case with the first mouse to get to the cheese baited trap. Second mouse gets the prize.
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Old 05-18-2014, 10:14 AM   #16035
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Jim I drove a Rubicon today with 4in lift and 35 in tires. That thing set so high Ginny would have trouble just setting in it. Thought it was just what I wanted till I drove it on the interstate, squirrelly to say the least. But boy did that baby look good!

Pretty is as pretty does! What a disappointment! Best to find out now, though.

Really, guys, try out the Cherokee! Ginny can get into it (I know, 'cuz I can) and it'll do most anything you want it to. Ours is the Limited, but the Trail Hawk is meant to do both on-and off-road.

BTW, Martin got the tail light wiring finished yesterday, with only a little help from moi. We plugged it in to the rig (7 pin to 6) and tested all the lights, and voila! they all work. "Oh what a relief it is!"

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Thanks to all the Happy Anniversary wishes, we did go out to eat but we ( I know this sounds strange) try to make every day together special. ( go ahead and say it guys, oh how sweet ) but true.



Thanks Barb for your comments on my character, I'll try to live up to your expectations, good luck on the dental procedures.



DD ( Damon Diva) Mary and I live just outside Benton, we have lived in AR all our lives. Yes we have crossed the state line a few times. lol Diane lives in more central AR.

Oh Tim..... You are a sweet guy.... Larry and I know to appreciate each day.... He has been close to the other lufe 3x in 13 years. Every day is our anniversary, but May 25, 2002 is our paper anniversary.....




Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....
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I like overnighting at Wal-Mart because I can go in and get groceries or what ever without having to make another stop. When we stopped at a grocery store in Las Cruses, we spent over $80.00. We almost always buy something at the host parking lot. And we never stay without getting permission.

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Try Cracker Barrels too. Their groceries are already cooked!

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Now Debbie, don't try and communicate with Diane. You couldn't read her writings until the Mutant dictionary is produced. Her fat fingers keep messing up. Now if she were to draw you a picture - well that would be okay.



Now I'm beginning to understand you. BTW, isn't everyone in Arkansas "kin" folk?



THANK you Wayne.... But i cant draw, but I can paint..... There is a difference.

And while we might not all be kin, give me 10 minutes of conversation and I will find a mutual connection.......


Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....
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but May 25, 2002 is our paper anniversary.....




Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....
So Larry is a 'purebred'? He came with 'papers' or were those for training purposes?
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Thanks Sue for the Mini C invite. Maybe on the backside of our loop. We have to make tracks for So Ca or the GK's will be upset. If we aren't their for b-days we are in trouble😳


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GKs always trump mini-Cs, that's the way it should be. We'll see you when we see you, then. Travel safe on the rainbow!

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So Larry is a 'purebred'? He came with 'papers' or were those for training purposes?
Good Morning Di.

Funny funny Chuck....... Love it..... And as fir training, Every woman knows this, but who messed up and done tole their man.......


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Yes the large Walnut and Brass plaque I received for the 10,000th post was well worth fighting for, Sarah you'll be so proud! (Sarcasm button here)
The very fact that your brass walnuts have plaque on them boggles the GMMM (Genetically Modified Mutant Mind). You really should see someone about that.
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Yes the large Walnut and Brass plaque I received for the 10,000th post was well worth fighting for, Sarah you'll be so proud! (Sarcasm button here)
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Reference to my "almost" win ... I can deal with it. I have lots of experience at coming in second, and "almost", etc. Live hand grenade games come to mind.

However there are times when being the first is not what it is cracked up to be, such is the case with the first mouse to get to the cheese baited trap. Second mouse gets the prize.
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