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Old 10-21-2013, 09:21 AM   #4957
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You need a haircut!
So why is it called A hair cut?. Would it not be more accurate to say you need your hairs cut?

Something I have pondered.
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Old 10-21-2013, 09:42 AM   #4958
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So why is it called A hair cut?. Would it not be more accurate to say you need your hairs cut? Something I have pondered.
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Old 10-21-2013, 09:44 AM   #4959
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So why is it called A hair cut?. Would it not be more accurate to say you need your hairs cut?

Something I have pondered.
Cutting more than one hair on my head would necessitate purchasing a mutated wig, or I could just go bald!
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Old 10-21-2013, 10:01 AM   #4961
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Cutting more than one hair on my head would necessitate purchasing a mutated wig, or I could just go bald!
Thought you had already gone bald. Lol. Kidding - as I believe I saw your pic once and you have more hair than I do! And, being so much your junior, I'm a little saddened by that. I liked my hair but it must not have like me cause it started moving out on me at a fairly young age.
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Old 10-21-2013, 11:09 AM   #4962
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We will be based mostly around Tucson area. Anywhere I can find a good BLM spot. In Feb we are biting the bullet and springing for a whole month at Desert Trails.
Hey Dave,

I was just curious since we will be in Apache Junction until early February and then on to Yuma, who knows mayhaps we can get a chance for another mini curiosity.

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Old 10-21-2013, 11:17 AM   #4963
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Hey Dave, I was just curious since we will be in Apache Junction until early February and then on to Yuma, who knows mayhaps we can get a chance for another mini curiosity. Cheers !!!
Maybe a 3-way Curiosity?
We are at Desert Trails until 12/15.
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Good morning mutants, up and about, doing my duty to spare the world of another auto/deer encounter.

DCCheck it don't cost a dime to jump right in to this mutant world. By the way, not all of us are as good looking as some that have posted their pics.

Good day to all!

Hi Tim !!

Good Luck today on your quest for venison, just remember the mantra for while you are hunting .... Here Bucky, bucky, bucky.......Here bucky, bucky bucky .... it only works sporadically, but its worth a shot.

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Hey Les !!!,

I dont know how it is your grew orange spikes like that, have ya considered just a trim though, or have you mutated to a punk rock theme, just curious.

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Old 10-21-2013, 11:27 AM   #4966
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Maybe a 3-way Curiosity?
We are at Desert Trails until 12/15.
Hi Dave !!

That would be great, I wonder if we could pull it off? only time will tell, but that would be a fantastic mini-curiosity indeed.

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Old 10-21-2013, 11:42 AM   #4967
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Okay, okay, enough already! Your constant nagging to become an official RV mutant has gotten to me. I confess, I have been a closet mutant for as long as I can remember. It is an addiction that may lay dormant for years and suddenly pop up to bite you again and again. Started 50 years ago when my parents took us camping and I have been infected ever since. Went through all the stages, tent, pop-up, class b, class c and finally now to the final stage, class A. Have lived with that nagging feeling that somehow I was different, I never cared about the destination, only about getting there. This dry(my DW calls it warped) sense of humor and never caring about keeping up with the Jones(my apologies to any Jones in the audience). Today I am coming out and declaring - I am an RV Mutant!! I don't know what number you are on and frankly I don't care!! Just get me a number to ease my mind about all the years I have denied what I really was.

And now a brief pause to gather my composier and be polite as my parents taught me. Ok all better now.........

It has come to my attention that I may well be a good candidate for your prestigious organization. I do hearby humbly submit my application for membership in your fine club. I can forward more information about my qualifications but I believe the above ranting and raving statement should be sufficient. Please RSVP your final decision as soon as you have finish conducting your procedure for inducting new members. Also you may e-mail me with your secret handshake or password or whatever you use as soon as possible. Thank you for your quick and hopefully positive reply.

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Thought you had already gone bald. Lol. Kidding - as I believe I saw your pic once and you have more hair than I do! And, being so much your junior, I'm a little saddened by that. I liked my hair but it must not have like me cause it started moving out on me at a fairly young age.
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Yes, I certainly do have more hair than you do. Since you have lost my picture, and my wanting Herb to be able to identify me when I show up in Galveston, I am submitting my picture to insure that when someone meets me they will recognize my face. So here it is:
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Okay, okay, enough already! Your constant nagging to become an official RV mutant has gotten to me. I confess, I have been a closet mutant for as long as I can remember. It is an addiction that may lay dormant for years and suddenly pop up to bite you again and again. Started 50 years ago when my parents took us camping and I have been infected ever since. Went through all the stages, tent, pop-up, class b, class c and finally now to the final stage, class A. Have lived with that nagging feeling that somehow I was different, I never cared about the destination, only about getting there. This dry(my DW calls it warped) sense of humor and never caring about keeping up with the Jones(my apologies to any Jones in the audience). Today I am coming out and declaring - I am an RV Mutant!! I don't know what number you are on and frankly I don't care!! Just get me a number to ease my mind about all the years I have denied what I really was.

And now a brief pause to gather my composier and be polite as my parents taught me. Ok all better now.........

It has come to my attention that I may well be a good candidate for your prestigious organization. I do hearby humbly submit my application for membership in your fine club. I can forward more information about my qualifications but I believe the above ranting and raving statement should be sufficient. Please RSVP your final decision as soon as you have finish conducting your procedure for inducting new members. Also you may e-mail me with your secret handshake or password or whatever you use as soon as possible. Thank you for your quick and hopefully positive reply.

Bob and Joan
Dear Bob and Joan or Current Resident.
We are in receipt of your application for RV Mutant registration and membership. Your qualifications are many and we are duly impressed with the enthusiasm and energy of your letter of introduction.

It has however come to the attention of several on the RVM Membership Committee that you did not mention a thing or two your RV Machine doesn't have and you don't miss. If you would please provide this small bit of information, we will proceed with your induction into the RvMdom and welcome you aboard the rainbow.
Sincerely, RVM2.
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We have a 94 Allegro and miss many things that we don't need and I'm sure that BobJoanFla, driving an 86 Bounder will be missing and not needing a lot of stuff, the biggest is probably a monthly payment.

I think they would be an excellent addition to our off-beat group. BUT do they realize that they have to post at least 4 times a day and Heaven help them if they're off line for a month, like us, It's almost impossible to catch up.
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