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Old 03-02-2015, 02:09 PM   #33167
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Another quote from the Captain Forehead book of Jeeping!

Say Dave I think you should let me and Steve go try your Jeep out one day out at Bryce, you can go if you don't scream like a girl, then we will know if we need a Rubi or not!!
Tim - don't think I didn't take him to task in text messages. Lol.
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Old 03-02-2015, 02:22 PM   #33168
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99% of Rubis never see dirt. If they do, they eat me dust!
I agree with you Dave ....

We don't need no dang Rubi to get where we wanna go .... Its all about wheel placement and physics !!!

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Old 03-02-2015, 02:25 PM   #33169
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I agree with you Dave ....

We don't need no dang Rubi to get where we wanna go .... Its all about wheel placement and physics !!!

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And parking lots, old folks homes, prunes and applesauce!
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Old 03-02-2015, 03:52 PM   #33170
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And parking lots, old folks homes, prunes and applesauce!
Now Tim,

It seems to me you don't have enough to do, you are spending way to much time trying to figure out what's going on, now I don't know bout you but, I avoid old folks homes always ..... And prunes why ya can't be serious those things taste nasty .... And applesauce is good but why eat applesauce if your teeth are good enough to eat apples ? Now now now we could race for birth certificates to see who's older ...... LoL ...... Oh wait I'd have to let ya win.

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Change

Change comes in many forms. For some, good health and bodily strength allows them to challenge themselves with activities that they enjoyed in their 20's to 50's well into their golden years. They just add moderation to their activities. We all applaud them for their continued vim and vigor.

For others, the grim reaper choses to take them long before they're ready after several years of unwanted physical challenges. Motoring and monitoring the best they can to continue enjoying their chosen activities.

The journey is not measured by the speed, vigor, or animated nature of one's private journey, but by the determination to continue the journey as long as possible and with the one's they love. Hail to the strugglers who insist on continuing the journey. Hail to the vigorous who encourage them to do just that. Our mutantdom is the perfect place for all types of of mutants.

We all know the fun that bantering and chattering can be. Just remember to include the infirm and those that are struggling physically. Don't let it ever be said that mutantdom is only for those that cruised into the golden years with their health in tact. Just a humble reminder. I am blessed to know such a all-including group of people.
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Well, it's almost time to be off to "old people's" bingo. whoot whoot
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Well, it's almost time to be off to "old people's" bingo. whoot whoot
Is that where you do a shot every time you hear the word BINGO???
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Is that where you do a shot every time you hear the word BINGO???
Oh now if bingo was played that way I bet I'd like it a whole lot more .....

I've tried bingo several times and it always seems I get the markers with no juice left in them.... maybe that's why I so seldom won a BINGO !!!!

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Now Tim,

It seems to me you don't have enough to do, you are spending way to much time trying to figure out what's going on, now I don't know bout you but, I avoid old folks homes always ..... And prunes why ya can't be serious those things taste nasty .... And applesauce is good but why eat applesauce if your teeth are good enough to eat apples ? Now now now we could race for birth certificates to see who's older ...... LoL ...... Oh wait I'd have to let ya win.

Cheers !!!!
Ok, so is my Jeep Envy showing through?
For the records I like prunes and applesause! Still avoid the old folks home although I do visit some shutins routinely. Now the birth certificate I'll produce when I decide to run for office. But if you want some form of competition I'll line up at the Buffett with you anytime.
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Humm, may have to add bingo to the Mutant Olympics. BYOB of course! Anyone have the equipment for the game? I know many have the equipment for the shots!
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Change comes in many forms. For some, good health and bodily strength allows them to challenge themselves with activities that they enjoyed in their 20's to 50's well into their golden years. They just add moderation to their activities. We all applaud them for their continued vim and vigor.

For others, the grim reaper choses to take them long before they're ready after several years of unwanted physical challenges. Motoring and monitoring the best they can to continue enjoying their chosen activities.

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We all know the fun that bantering and chattering can be. Just remember to include the infirm and those that are struggling physically. Don't let it ever be said that mutantdom is only for those that cruised into the golden years with their health in tact. Just a humble reminder. I am blessed to know such a all-including group of people.

Nicely said Papaw Steve... It is why we personally are on the rainbow.

Larry had a massive heart attack and 5 bypasses 6 months before we met. He had just retired from the USArmy.
the month before we were getting married he had a gall stone lodge in his pancreatic duct. The doctor told me me he might not make it, after a 22 day stay, he came home, we got married, and he went back in for surgery two months later... Five years after that he had another heart attack and had stents put in, then later had the ICD (Internal cardiac defibrilator). That was 8 years ago. He takes naps, high altitudes cause him the have trouble breathing, as do air planes. The ICD battery is running down, it has to be replaced, but they will not replace it until it beeps, and then within a week..... But we got our rv 5 years ago and are seeing what we can....
We might not make it to Utah, or Idaho, even though I really really would like to,
but we will do as much as we can, and try to meet up with as many if you as we can....

Do not take your health for granted.... Enjoy your BINGO, watercolors, movies, restaurants, jeep trails, and family....
As Steve said, we banter, but I care very much about almost all of you...... SMILE......

Now.... While I will not be wearing a grass skirt, i will be brightly flowered..... And I am excited about the gathering.


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Tomorrow 62 degrees high
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Step 1. Remove cash from pocket.
Step 2. Buy chips/or put in slot.
Step 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2!
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Say Dave I think you should let me and Steve go try your Jeep out one day out at Bryce, you can go if you don't scream like a girl, then we will know if we need a Rubi or not!!

No problem! $30K for the first ride.
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