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Old 11-18-2013, 06:02 PM   #6497
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Elizabeth, this incident may turn out to be your golden opportunity. You were no way at fault, unless parked illegally. Her insurance has to pay!
My car was parked about 9 inches from the lawn in front of my house. We live on a very wide street - I could do doughnuts in the street with my Tundra before we sold it. The Honda was the ONLY car on the block - and she said she didn't see it! She hit it hard enough to move the car back up against the grass.

Her insurance has been cooperative so far. There are two options available to them - replace the car with new or, if possible to do it correctly, fix it and give me a check for the loss in value now that it will have a negative hit on the carfax report.

A PITA for sure, but it's just a car...
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:03 PM   #6498
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SOOOOOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEEE SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEE

You'd never guess that I'm in HOG HEAVEN!!!

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Nothing like a Texan calling the Hogs.

Wooooooooooo Pig Soooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeeee.
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:29 PM   #6499
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Nothing like a Texan calling the Hogs.

Wooooooooooo Pig Soooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeeee.
Hey Tim !!!

If'n y'all gonna start hog callin, why I'll just sit back and drink a cold one and watch and listen, and I can judge, but I am not one ta call the pigs .....

Tim have you gotten that 30-point buck yet mutant minds want to know ....

Cheers !!!
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:39 PM   #6500
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What gauge and is it ride-able??
I've been in HO since 1952 with my first locomotive - a Mantua shifter 0-4-0. My current (6th) layout is 15'X15' in an up-stairs bedroom. But I've got train stuff all over the house. It has kept me out of bars and it's a good bonding agent for the kids.

My dad was in 1/2" gauge that was live steam and ran around the yard .

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I am holding my GSD in the picture. We served in Iraq together in 2004-2005.
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Nothing like a Texan calling the Hogs.

Wooooooooooo Pig Soooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeeee.
If you will remember (when Nixon was president) the best college game of the year was when Arkansas played Texas when they were one and two rated. Nixon even flew down to Little Rock to see the game.

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Thanks for your service, both of you!
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Thank you. Katy retired from service in 2006. She passed away the year but she had an exciting life. My lab and I are looking forward to our exciting new life.
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And, yes, I have travel trailer rope lights that look like little airstreams
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I don't know - what is a GSD?

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Was going to check out this site but don't have time to read 6506 posts. Jim
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Well, Jim, if you check out the first 2 or 3 posts you will see the basis of RV Mutants.

Basically, there are things that we dont have for our RVs but we dont need them. On top of that, the journey is our destination.

There are 61 RVMs riding the rainbow together. Interested? Tell us what you do not have abd do not need, and that the journey is your destination. You can be RVM62 with all rights and privledges.

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