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Old 07-30-2013, 04:07 PM   #2143
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The next time the DW wants a end of bed holder upper thing-a-me I will have to borrow your shovel handle.
For a modest fee I will design a bed-flinger-upper for you. Sorta works like a reverse mouse trap. Trip the lever and your bed opens up at the speed of light. Takes two people to "reset" it though.
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Old 07-30-2013, 04:32 PM   #2144
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For a modest fee I will design a bed-flinger-upper for you. Sorta works like a reverse mouse trap. Trip the lever and your bed opens up at the speed of light. Takes two people to "reset" it though.
...at the speed of...rope lights?
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:02 PM   #2145
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The next time the DW wants a end of bed holder upper thing-a-me I will have to borrow your shovel handle.
Just loan me your shovel. Annie says I can break anything. Promise to promptly return a fine bed holding shovel handle.

What you don't need, I can break. I think that's in Dunners profile.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:15 PM   #2146
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You are sooooo qualified, Possum!
Are you RVM40?
On no! You let the Northwest into camp!

We're in trouble now.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:17 PM   #2147
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Just loan me your shovel. Annie says I can break anything. Promise to promptly return a fine bed holding shovel handle.

What you don't need, I can break. I think that's in Dunners profile.
Well now! Between you and Dunner, you could have a bed holding shovel handle distruction business.
"We dont make em, we break em"
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:21 PM   #2148
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Well now! Between you and Dunner, you could have a bed holding shovel handle distruction business.
"We dont make em, we break em"
We break um in so they're ready when ya get em.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:26 PM   #2149
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We break um in so they're ready when ya get em.
You will be making BHUTs.
Bed Holder Upper Thingies.

Some folks build things.
You know how to break BHUTs.
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You will be making BHUTs.
Bed Holder Upper Thingies.

Some folks build things.
You know how to break BHUTs.
It's a gift. And a curse.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:42 PM   #2151
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On no! You let the Northwest into camp!

We're in trouble now.
We have been in trouble since the RVM member count hit 2.

I have always found it is much easier to go downhill if you choose the slippery slope.

On this thread, any RVM that comes to a fork in the road usually takes it.
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Old 07-30-2013, 06:00 PM   #2152
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Hey don't pick on my Texas brother.... Breaking thingys is a Texan thang! We didn't get rednekidness for nuttin!

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Old 07-30-2013, 06:07 PM   #2153
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Hey don't pick on my Texas brother.... Breaking thingys is a Texan thang! We didn't get rednekidness for nuttin!

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What would an old Minnesnowta boy hafta pay to git rednekidness?
We lived in TN and GA, and camped in all of the other Suthun states. That count?

We eat TexMex and BBQ! But not chittlins. I saw where they come from! (shiver).

BTW, we broke stuff in MN. A lot. Had help. Stuff breaks pretty easy when it is below zero!
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Thanks RVM31 - we Texans have our problems to deal with. I never know what to do with my horses and cattle when we leave town and finding someone to watch the oil wells can be tough. Once again - it's a gift. And a curse.
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Speaking of horses.

Kinda sad. I trailered my mare to her new home last weekend. The companion pony had gone a few weeks before, to be a mini donkey's friend. My mare has gone to a friend that owns her daughter and grandson, so that is good. I have not been riding for the past year due to back problems and we wanted to eliminate the livestock to make it easier to travel in the winter, especially. Still, the barn seems so empty and I keep hearing phantom hooves and thinking I have to check on the horses. Not ready to deal with all the tack and equipment accumulated over the years. To everything, there is a season, turn, turn, turn.
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Sometimes, when my heat pump is running during the winter, I think I can hear voices that sound like a talk radio show.

One of my GFs said she heard a high pitch noise. If I turned my head just right, I heard it, too. That turned out to be the glass of a hanging lamp vibrating on the metal frame. :true story:
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