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Old 10-27-2013, 11:25 PM   #5363
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No! No! No! Not standardizing equipment, standardize the RV Mutant badge of honor. Let's see, I'm not on my MacBook Pro laptop, and I'm not on my Mac Mini, and I'm not using the old Apple TV, and I'm not using the new Apple TV, and I'm not using the PC Laptop, and I'm not using the old desktop PC sitting on the floor in the corner. OH, I know, I'm using the 24" iMac. Makes everything look big. After all this is Texas. Good night. p.s. Shucks I don't have an iPone. The SamSung Galaxy S III will just have to do. Do I sound like a techno-nut. (Just a nut, huh?)
Wayne you have a serious electronic addiction! No wonder Earlene has to stick to her tin can and string err I mean flip phone. LOL
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Old 10-28-2013, 12:08 AM   #5364
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I was a wonderin' when someone would notice that "badge." It took the newbie to see it. That's how observant these other mutants are. Nice going. It has been on their for several days now.
Anyone else NOW see it?
I thought that was a picture of something you had left over from your Star War days.

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Okay ya'll, Miya (puppy dog) had a cyst removed a few days ago. She had one of the Elizabethan collars that was collapsible. He 80 pounds decided to scratch in the middle of the night and I don't know how she did it but she pulled the stitches out. Not a big deal as wounds on animals heal, just like humans, but stitches make it a little faster.

Just so happens we have a plastic Elizabethan collar and I put that on. Tomorrow morning Oh-dark-thirty I'll get up and get her to the vet's office and let them re-stitch her. Poor 7 year old 80 pound puppy. (She's a Husky.)

Good night jon boy.

Good night mutant family.

Good night Wayne.
I had a cyst removed from Sadie about a month ago. The hair is covering most of the scar. I took the collar off the minute I got her home. She looked so pathetic... her head hung low, like she was being punished. She only licked at the drainage tube a little. She's 17#s and almost 8 YO.
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Old 10-28-2013, 02:59 AM   #5365
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Barb, on Yahoo, I posted you some puzzler pictures to puzzle while you recuperate from your pending mutation...most of them I kyped off of Facebook... some I'll post will be my own or Bob's. Anyone else using a puzzle app, feel free if you are out of stuff and need a rainy day activity!
Thanks Marty! I saw the notice about them being posted on RVM2RVM, but until my ordered cell phone repeater arrives, I won't be opening any photos. I just don't have enough patience.

Being parked in an RV garage has many advantages, but one HUGE disadvantage when you depend on a Verizon Jetpack for Internet access. At least the coyotes we hear howling can't get us. I closed the overhead door just before dark.

Before someone expresses concern -- I have shut the propane off. We are all electric this winter. That is, until a storm knocks out the electricity. If that happens, the door will stay up and I'll turn the propane back on. The joy of RV living is having back-up systems.
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:07 AM   #5366
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Ah! I have to give credit where credit is due. Sarah W sent me a pm on one of my posts that triggered it.

Thanks Sarah.
Tsk, Tsk, Tsk. Mine has been RVM18 instead of Senior Member for months! I told y'all how to do it, but was totally ignored. That'll teach ya. Where's the tongue sticking out smiley?

No disrespect to Sarah intended.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:04 AM   #5367
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Well darn. Next time speak up so us hard of understanding can hear. All I have to say is:
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what a great Monday morning wake up and my DW has made me deer sausage fresh eggs and wild boar bacon with toast. today has started nicely .
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I have never had a deer sausage fresh egg. I bet they are delicious.

When I wake up I put one foot on the floor. If I feel a hardness to the material I put the other foot down, otherwise I'm not getting out of bed.

Before anyone says it, I'm talking about soft clouds, like in Heaven, not fire!!!
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Well, I missed the instructions, so I' still not sure about the badge, ID thing?..........
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Well, I missed the instructions, so I' still not sure about the badge, ID thing?..........
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Well Tom I would explain it to you but I'm sure it will be way over your head. It would involve electrons and protons and some of those free radical thingies that stir up trouble.

Actually I haven't figured it out either! I'm with Herb, " Badges, we don't need no stinking badges". Guess you could call use the Good, the Bad and the Mutant!
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Tsk, Tsk, Tsk. Mine has been RVM18 instead of Senior Member for months! I told y'all how to do it, but was totally ignored. That'll teach ya. Where's the tongue sticking out smiley?

No disrespect to Sarah intended.
Well I thought that someone else would ask how to do it but they haven't so, how do we change to the badge?

Enquiring minds want to know.
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Wayne now see what you have started.... Trouble maker!
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Cathead biscuits and honey bear honey, bacon fried crisp and eggs over easy, coffee brewing with aroma drifting the 40' back to the bedroom. Oh it must just be a dream.

Wake up, coach cold, coffee not started, banana is waiting. Reality!
In our old bucket of bolts and other parts, our rooftop AC's are controlled by the twist switch on the unit, only the heater is controlled by the thermostat. I went down to Lowe's and purchased two 5/2 programmable thermostats and now we wake up to a warm coach in the morning. One of them was a waste of money because the rear heater is set at 63 degrees all the time. I wish that the AC's could be that easily controlled from a wall mounted thermostat.

For those of you that know, Stephanie is recovering from 2 brain surgeries and yesterday she was so upset by Dallas's loss that she turned off the TV and said "I'd like to try and walk".

We walked 6' yesterday, I'm so proud.
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Tsk, Tsk, Tsk. Mine has been RVM18 instead of Senior Member for months! I told y'all how to do it, but was totally ignored. That'll teach ya. Where's the tongue sticking out smiley?

No disrespect to Sarah intended.
I remember and despite Herb and Wayne attempting to steal your trophy for first to edit - User PC - Profile Details - midway down - to RVM Badge of Honor - as a iPhone app user - I just raced on by it and never came back to it.

I will say Wayne may have discovered America before Colombus - but I do believe you were in the lead on this Barb.

On your mark - get set - go searching Wayne. No way you can let this go unchecked.
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I remember and despite Herb and Wayne attempting to steal your trophy for first to edit - User PC - Profile Details - midway down - to RVM Badge of Honor - as a iPhone app user - I just raced on by it and never came back to it.

I will say Wayne may have discovered America before Colombus - but I do believe you were in the lead on this Barb.

On your mark - get set - go searching Wayne. No way you can let this go unchecked.
Apparenly I'm slow because I can't find anything to change "to RVM Badge of Honor" or anything that looks like it could be altered to include the badge.
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