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Old 07-25-2015, 10:57 AM   #41147
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What the hey? You've gotta give us some explanation, Steve. Do they have to operate? Do too have take radiation or chemo? Is there a danger it will spread? More info, please!
Outpatient. They will numb me up and scoop it out. These squamous cell things are very common - 1 in 5 will get it. Rarely is it anything and mine is small and thought to be nothing... a few little things on my arms will be frozen off.

Sorry - I thought I was the only one who wasn't up on this stuff.

" Squamous cell cancers are more likely to grow into deeper layers of skin and spread to other parts of the body than basal cell cancers, although this is still uncommon."

It will be fine.... it's just an inconvenience so far. Fear not mutants. This mutant is a survivor!
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Old 07-25-2015, 11:23 AM   #41148
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Well.... We are in this group as well......
Hmmmm when you squeeze all the rainbow colors ya get V-8 juice..... Or is it tropical PUNCH (tp)......

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"Squeeze me like Lemon till the Cash runs down my Leg"
Les, that's not cash but it is caused from old age.

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Ok, fore those afraid to get wet we could have an alternate competition.
String stretched horizontal, clothespin holding One square of TP for each shooter.
Shooters line up same distance from string and on the count of 3 start firing.
Winner is first to completely soak their square!

Only person who's in danger here, the judge! I nominate Dave our own # 1 or I guess since we're using TP #2 would be more appropriate!
If Les could fix his problem he may be able to participate.

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Funny we enjoyed using the laundromat at the resorts and campgrounds we stayed in met some of the other campers and to this day are still in contact. Lisa says in was way better than the old rock by the creek method.
We have the "Combo" unit. Takes a long time to do a load of clothes and once it starts you cannot do another load until it stops (or is stopped). Our previous rolling home had the stack-able Splendid. Wash and dry at the same time doing continuous loads. About 99% of the time we go to the laundromat and do 4 or more loads at a time, get it all done in a short period of time. Just better for us.

Funny, the last time we used one Earlene was speaking to another lady and we found out that our next site was overbooked with them going into it. Yep, like meeting people.


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BTW - forgot to mention - the doc says I have Squamous Cell skin cancer. Presumably a non event... but I feel like I've been invaded by an alien. Can't wait til August 6th.
Rats! Rots of Ruck! (Translation: Good luck)
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Old 07-25-2015, 11:26 AM   #41149
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You should be happy I am not attending or y'all would get very wet. I'd just have to stand in one place with a big bucket of water.
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Old 07-25-2015, 11:28 AM   #41150
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Hmmm! On the other hand, think water spigot, hose, spray nozzle.
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Man, I hope you cashed that out!
Mel... I have a funny gambling philosophy. Unless you work there, you don't go to the casino to pick up a paycheck or earn money. You go to have fun and to play the machines. If you really need a couple hundred dollars you shouldn't go at all. You play the machines to have fun.

Every slot machine has a rarely won top payout at the max play amount. That's the only serious money on a machine. You look for machines with a low max in and high max out and the fewer reels or squares etc the better. The idea for me is to play as long as possible, never spend more than my session cap - and try to play on their money. It's all entertainment value that way and I never worry about the money. I enjoy the slots with something going on... free spins, bonus $ etc and like to see what the heck some of these electronic marvels do when you get them on a roll. So I just don't sweat the small stuff. The games are fun and the casinos are great places to see and experience. And did I mention people watch. To me a casino is like Disney World. Just a big fun house and I don't know anyone who goes to Disney World expecting to leave with the money they brought with them, and certainly nobody expects to leave with more money.

Just like riding the rainbow, there's an admission price to ride and a cost to maintain or experiemce the long ride (repairs, maintenence, driving, etc.) In the long run, I think it's wise to have no expectations of success, be smart, take each day as it comes and have fun. That's for all of life, not just gambling. There are no guarantees other than life is what happens while you're busy making other plans. So... have fun!
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Outpatient. They will numb me up and scoop it out. These squamous cell things are very common - 1 in 5 will get it. Rarely is it anything and mine is small and thought to be nothing... a few little things on my arms will be frozen off.

Sorry - I thought I was the only one who wasn't up on this stuff.

" Squamous cell cancers are more likely to grow into deeper layers of skin and spread to other parts of the body than basal cell cancers, although this is still uncommon."

It will be fine.... it's just an inconvenience so far. Fear not mutants. This mutant is a survivor!
Small world !
I had this over a year ago & they "dug it out" with Ann watching.. Didnt hurt a bit & has not bothered me since...
Hope your do as well as I did...
Mutants are survivors !!!!
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Small world !
I had this over a year ago & they "dug it out" with Ann watching.. Didnt hurt a bit & has not bothered me since...
Hope your do as well as I did...
Mutants are survivors !!!!
I knew when I saw ya, you were good people... ummm mutants!
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Old 07-25-2015, 01:29 PM   #41154
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R U an RV Mutant

Hey Wayne can you bring Earlene by?
Scrubbing the roof, wash and wax MH. Could use help, hot and sticky here.
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Old 07-25-2015, 01:32 PM   #41155
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Hey Wayne can you bring Earlene by?
Scrubbing the roof, wash and wax MH. Could use help, hot and sticky here.
The car wash scene in Cool Hand Luke....
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Small world !
I had this over a year ago & they "dug it out" with Ann watching.. Didnt hurt a bit & has not bothered me since...
Hope your do as well as I did...
Mutants are survivors !!!!
Me three!! Same story different day (well except for Ann watching)!
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Me three!! Same story different day (well except for Ann watching)!
You're odd man out then, cause Anne will be watching with me.... lol.
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Here is my group... at Mary's Hash House Las Vegas.

Mary is Don, Toy Ducks (RVM19) DW. The food is very good!

Quack Quack.

Annie - Niece Amber - Sister Kath - Jerry - Nieces Kristen and Ashley.
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Here is my group... at Mary's Hash House Las Vegas.

Mary is Don, Toy Ducks (RVM19) DW. The food is very good!

Quack Quack.

Annie - Niece Amber - Sister Kath - Jerry - Nieces Kristen and Ashley.

Oh my gosh, great food and surrounded by pretty ladies!
Duck and Mary, hope our trails cross some day.
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Oh my gosh, great food and surrounded by pretty ladies!
Duck and Mary, hope our trails cross some day.
Poor Jerry.... driving to and from Illinois... with his harem. Lol.
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