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Old 10-24-2013, 07:42 PM   #5195
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On the official day of MutantAtion (mutant celebration) you get to be lead unit in the midnight madness parade.
And we'll all do the time warp again.

It's just a jump to the left

And then a step to the right

With your hands on your hips

You bring your knees in tight
But it's the pelvic thrust
That really drives you insane
Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:45 PM   #5196
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Jeff, I bought 2 cans of wasp spray to use as coyote deterrant. I opened the first can and sprayed it around the property to "mark" our territory. What surprised me was that it had very little odor. I was hoping for a really strong insecticide smell that would leave no doubt as to where I sprayed it. I didn't rub any in my eyes, but this stuff seemed rather benign. I'm wondering if I got a bad batch, or has that stuff changed that much?
Formulations change all the time due to regulation changes. I never really fancied the stuff, I just spend the late fall walking around and knocking down any and all wasp nests hooked to the S&B or MH. I now the DW used some Black Flag bug killer for some ants, and that stuff almost made me move out it was so strong.

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Thank you for the welcome and the number! I usually wore #54, but I guess I was slow on the draw! RVM55!

I have a problem - I may not be mutant material after all. I confess that I am a vegetarian. I do know people that eat bacon, though.

Maybe I can overcome that obstacle with my first ponderance. Yesterday I remarked to one of my employees that I really wish I was back in my MH and not at work. She asked "Where would you go?" I replied "It doesn't matter - point in a direction and that's where I'd go." She asked "Where would you stay?" I said "In my MH, of course!" Then I told her about the rule of threes - 300 miles, set up by 3:00, 3 day stay. Our favorite trips are wandering about.

Does that bring me back into good standing?
Oh you are in good standing, besides that just means more for me..

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Front shot.
What about the STEP? Blinded by the light I would probably miss the step and crack a shin....
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Hey Duck! Quack. Quack!!
The step's to the right.

Blinded by the light - cut loose like a deuce another runner in the night and another song altogether.
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:51 PM   #5198
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Hey Duck! Quack. Quack!! The step's to the right. Blinded by the light - cut loose like a deuce another runner in the night and another song altogether.
I thought there was a bathroom on the right.
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I thought there was a bathroom on the right.
Many did.
But for sure Herb and Wayne have cornered the market on 'cuse me while I kiss this guy.
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Love the lights. Man after my own heart. I do my boat like that at Christmas. Hope the pics loaded. What do you think? Mutant light addiction?
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Teffy, perchance, do you know Jeff and Sue in New York State; inbound operators and damn good friends of ours?
We used Grey Line in NYC for a step - on guide. The only two places we used receptive operators was the Maritimes in CA and Branson Mo

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....One of my dear friends closed his bus business a few years ago, too, and now he drives as a volunteer for a couple of university sports teams. We met when we were lab partners in EMT school....
I drive for two private schools because their buses need a CDL driver. It gives me something to do and money for repairs ($6500 for a new roof and two AC's and all new vents and covers). Then $1550 for a new 2 way reefer.

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Thank Goodness those days are over for me now that we have the coach. I have made many many long drives the last long one was from Tulsa, OK to Holbrook, AZ in one session, another time was from Custer, SD to Davenport, IA, and another time was from Glens Falls, NY to Montreal, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario only we couldn't find a room there so I had to push on to Woodstock, Ontario. I don't ever want to make power drives like those again.
I loved it when I was younger but no more. When we were coming back from Alb. NM for Balloon Fiesta, it took us 6 days, in the bus business it was two days, big difference. We used to do Wash DC to Beaumont Tx in 22 hours with 2 drivers.



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Thought we would put a few rope lights on the ol Newmar. What y'all think. Do we need some more!
I hope you turn those things off when you're going down the road, they would scare me to death. HA HA HA.
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Many did. But for sure Herb and Wayne have cornered the market on 'cuse me while I kiss this guy.

Hey we resemble that remark! LOL
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Love the lights. Man after my own heart. I do my boat like that at Christmas. Hope the pics loaded. What do you think? Mutant light addiction?
That boat looks great. They do a Christmas cruse every year on grand lake in Oklahoma with lighted boats. Very cool.
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Love the lights. Man after my own heart. I do my boat like that at Christmas. Hope the pics loaded. What do you think? Mutant light addiction?
Mike with lights like that you could be admiral of the mutant navy, looks good.
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Wayne's smoothy is a Smirnoff Marshmellow Cream Vodka and Orange Juice... Simple, smooth, extra tasty, and it will sneak up on you.
Hey Herb !!!

And I suppose you put it in a blender and whip it into a froth? and is it 1 to 1,
2 to 1, 3 to 1 or a bottle to 1 ???

Cheers !!!
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