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Old 04-30-2013, 06:39 PM   #281
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I have a Cannon EOS-630 with Databack that I don't need. I'll take $$$ for it.

The T2i and the TX-55 do a good job for us now.
$3.00 - sounds about right! Kidding - but I'm amazed at how little I can get for my stuff based on eBay sales. Time to pull it out - take some photos and see what happens.
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I also have some very, very old Kodaks and such. I did a look-up search and even in the good condition they are in the are worth about $10-$20 each. I though I had a gold mine. I should have just continued to think that.
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:34 PM   #283
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Released June 2004. I know you started with a fort made out of a chair and your blanket and have been mutating ever since. Thought you might have caught that one somewhere in the last nine years. It's clearly not for everyone - but Uncle Rico's van reminds me a little of a van I once had. "Pedro offers you his protection."
Nope. Movie Mutant too.
Give me a Bourne flick any time.
Pedro is offering me a "raincoat"?
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I also have some very, very old Kodaks and such. I did a look-up search and even in the good condition they are in the are worth about $10-$20 each. I though I had a gold mine. I should have just continued to think that.
I had a collection of Kodaks and Polaroids that I gave to my SIL. There were over 100 Kodaks going back to pre-1900, and Polaroids from begining to end.
And they all worked!
He relishes them, and may be able to get tens of dollars for them in the next century. Just too dang many of them.
I got most of them at estate sales for an average of $1, and others donated by friends and relatives.
Was fun while there was still film for them! But I have mutated to digital.
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Will still be considered a Mutant if.....

I bought something like this?

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Absolutely! If you need it - and only you can answer that - you need it!
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They sell it pre-chopped now.
Our favorite 20-mi- from-home campground provides free firewood. When we stayed a week over spring break, Dale stacked up about a cord of it--way more than we could burn. It took a very firm NO to convince him he couldn't just load up his pickup and bring it all home.
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I think it would be a good home emergency doohicky too. Though we don't have a lot of issues with days of power outages here near Boise, one never knows what will happen.
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I think it would be a good home emergency doohicky too. Though we don't have a lot of issues with days of power outages here near Boise, one never knows what will happen.
I can picture the look on a friends face:

Why didn't you charge up your phone?

I couldn't get the fire started....
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You have one? Toured a Winnie Tour 2years ago with one. Nice! But juuuust a bit outside my budget!
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RVM1 - you know RVMs don't swear online. No B-word allowed.
Well, it was either but or budget. I did them both with one T!
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Well, it was either but or budget. I did them both with one T!
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We seem to have hit a lull in enrollment. Any one have things they don't have and don't miss. Is the journey your destination. If so you may have what it takes to be an RVM. Tell us about it and join the group. One day there may well be T-shirts. RVM23 is the next available spot. Your RVM number may be used at our first rally to designate your distance from the adult beverages. The sooner you join in - the better you'll feel!
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That means I am 1st in line for those beverages!
Get behind me, bro
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