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Old 11-06-2013, 09:04 AM   #5769
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Yeah! And it helps me remember who I am.

Could you make them with the name upside down so I don't have to stand on my head to see who I am, I can just look down?
Funny you should mention that because when we were in the tour business, I had two name tags and one was upside down. I always told the travelers that that was so I'd know who I was. It was a good ice-breaker.
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:06 AM   #5770
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Grand Curosity 5K
Rock climbing and repelling.
Bicycle marathon
Sack races and lawn darts!

Hmmm.....
Me thinks the participant(s) will notice the bleachers full, rauckus cheering, and such.

I will be taking videos.

Ummm....
Bocce ball?
The Lake Catherine Drowning Competition? ;-)
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:18 AM   #5771
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Are you looking for name tag suggestions?

Okay! Here's mine.

Make it on card stock and after information is added laminate it. Punch a hole in the center top and hang via a simple and cheap lanyard.

Identify RV Mutants
add RV Mutant small picture logo
add user ID: Example "wayne m"
add first and last name
add city and state
add year became a mutant.

This can be used over and over again, hung from the neck, and stored easily until the next mutated mutant rally of mutants.

Examples on request.
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:53 AM   #5772
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Are you looking for name tag suggestions?

Okay! Here's mine.

Make it on card stock and after information is added laminate it. Punch a hole in the center top and hang via a simple and cheap lanyard.

Identify RV Mutants
add RV Mutant small picture logo
add user ID: Example "wayne m"
add first and last name
add city and state
add year became a mutant.

This can be used over and over again, hung from the neck, and stored easily until the next mutated mutant rally of mutants.

Examples on request.
If only we had someone that has a mastery of curo-computery type skills with a working knowledge of background pictures and added printed info overlay that could work in an atypical situation and expanded timeline for say RV antifreeze or marshmallow vodka!

Hummmmmm anyone come to mind?
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:52 AM   #5773
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Saw some interesting foods with the word bacon on them. I'll have to take a snapshot next time and post them.



Now Brab, It is not ncie to criiticize ohtres spleling. See you can read that.



Hey Dave,

I dont know how to tell you this but the strangeness of your quote sounds like a new episode for "AS THE KIMONO OPENS" what will be unleashed upon the mutated mutants at the GC@CL what evils may lurk there ..... .....

Cheers !!!
Dear Lord, please keep it closed!!![/QUOTE]

Hey Wayne !!!

It's " AS THE KIMONO OPENS Hide the Young and the Reckless" .... " Like sands through the hour glass so goes the days of our lives ... Will "All My Children" survive ? geeesssshhhhhh it could be a real sudsy soap opera.

Cheers !!!!
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:01 AM   #5774
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The verbiage in post 5772 eludes me. I am not erudite to understand their meaning.

However after considerable study I think you may mean something like the below entry.

(Please excuse the picture as I did not have a Mutant Logo one so I used Herb's picture.)
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Dear Lord, please keep it closed!!!
Hey Wayne !!! It's " AS THE KIMONO OPENS Hide the Young and the Reckless" .... " Like sands through the hour glass so goes the days of our lives ... Will "All My Children" survive ? geeesssshhhhhh it could be a real sudsy soap opera. Cheers !!!![/QUOTE]

"Opening the kimono" is a business cliche from the 1990s having to do with how and when and how much information to reveal to other business entities, especially subcontractors or foriegn entities.

I revived it from my vast repertoir of silly and generally useless cliches just for the GC. This repertoir is stored adjacent to my archives from the Ministry of Silly Walks.

I thank all of you sick twisted Mutants for the entertaining responses and knee-jerk reactions.

FYI, if I were to wear a kimono, which I will not, I would never open it very far, nor would I be "commando" if I were to open it, which I will not because I will not wear one.

However, I do have this one special garment.......
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Today Is the Apache Trail

Well my Mutated Mutey's

Marcia and I will be heading to the Apache trail today, stopping at Tortilla Flats for breakfast and then off into the desert to end up at the Roosevelt Dam. It should be a fun trip since the skies are clear blue without a cloud to be found. So if ya dont hear back from me later this evening you will know Im still out on the trail somewhere. Hopefully I will find some great photographic spots to snap a pic or two. This trail was developed to haul supplies for the construction of the Roosevelt Dam in the early 1900's. Theodore Roosevelt attended the dedication of the dam in 1911. Decades later there was concern that the dam would not survive an earthquake and a new dam was built over the old one. At that time it was raised an additional 77 feet, which increased the capacity of Roosevelt Lake by 20%

And that my friends ends today's history lesson, there will not be a quiz.

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Hey Wayne !!! It's " AS THE KIMONO OPENS Hide the Young and the Reckless" .... " Like sands through the hour glass so goes the days of our lives ... Will "All My Children" survive ? geeesssshhhhhh it could be a real sudsy soap opera. Cheers !!!!
"Opening the kimono" is a business cliche from the 1990s having to do with how and when and how much information to reveal to other business entities, especially subcontractors or foriegn entities.

I revived it from my vast repertoir of silly and generally useless cliches just for the GC. This repertoir is stored adjacent to my archives from the Ministry of Silly Walks.

I thank all of you sick twisted Mutants for the entertaining responses and knee-jerk reactions.

FYI, if I were to wear a kimono, which I will not, I would never open it very far, nor would I be "commando" if I were to open it, which I will not because I will not wear one.

However, I do have this one special garment.......[/QUOTE]


X 10 I will not wear a Kimono either and definitely not Lederhosen and I will make sure the Glockenspiel stays on the magic carpet, we dont want any unintended discharges ...... or cuckoo clocks cuckooing every 15 minutes....

Cheers !!!
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X 10 I will not wear a Kimono either and definitely not Lederhosen and I will make sure the Glockenspiel stays on the magic carpet, we dont want any unintended discharges ...... or cuckoo clocks cuckooing every 15 minutes.... Cheers !!!
Agreed!

However, I think wearing a magic carpet would stir some cliche-laden conversation, if not some wierd mental visions.
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Dang! My bacon link list had a duplicate so I deleted it and now it is gone.

MODERATOR! HELP!
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Hey! If three of us wore a kimono would that be considered The Three Mutants?

or just plain idiots!
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Hey! If three of us wore a kimono would that be considered The Three Mutants?

or just plain idiots!
See your previous post for clue.
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