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Old 11-21-2013, 11:29 AM   #6707
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Hi Roosters 67 !!!

And welcome to the rainbow, may your ponderances and pontifications and observances of the strange and weird be bountiful and many. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Cheers !!!
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Old 11-21-2013, 11:59 AM   #6708
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Hey Herb !!! Well if there is a possibility of any down time during the curiosity, I suppose we could scare up a game of Euchre, or two or even a bit of progressive Euchre ifn there are enough there that know how to play, the great thing about it is, that you really dont have ta know how to play it real well, ifn ya can keep the bowers straight, and remember which suit is trump, you'll have it made. Cheers !!!
Jeff don't get too fancy on me now cause I don't know what progressive euchre is, but I can remember what suit is trump... I think. Lol
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Old 11-21-2013, 12:00 PM   #6709
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Car saga continues...

I got a call from X insurance company's adjuster. "I'm going to the garage to do the repair estimate for your Toyota Venza." Uh...it's not a Toyota - it's a Honda. He says "Well, I can't do an estimate for a Honda. I have paperwork for a Toyota Venza." I said, well, my partner has a Toyota, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't involved in an accident, since I'm driving it right now. He says "Well, you'll have to get this straightened out." Oh, really...

So attorney calls X insurance company to advise them that Houston has a problem. She finds out that they reported the accident as an at fault accident in the Venza to the insurance database that every company uses to give you a quote for coverage. So, now letters, emails and phone calls are flying to get them to sort out their issues. Meantime, I still don't have a rental car or a fixed Honda.

The ironic thing is that we called this company three weeks ago to get a comparison quote since our homeowner's and umbrella liability policy is due for renewal. Since all this happened, that would be a Run, Forest, Run, heck no.

Hi Elizabeth !!

I would think now that your headache dealing with madam X's insurance company is way past Tylenol, whats really a pain is still having to go to your 9 to 5 and dealing with the insurance company both. What really surprises me is that the person who hit your car just up and left without taking time to make it right with her insurance company, I would think that she is liable for something.

Keep your chin up, it has to get better.

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Hey Herb !!!

Well if there is a possibility of any down time during the curiosity, I suppose we could scare up a game of Euchre, or two or even a bit of progressive Euchre ifn there are enough there that know how to play, the great thing about it is, that you really dont have ta know how to play it real well, ifn ya can keep the bowers straight, and remember which suit is trump, you'll have it made.

Cheers !!!
I'm in (If'n I get there) for a Euchre tournament.

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Jeff don't get too fancy on me now cause I don't know what progressive euchre is, but I can remember what suit is trump... I think. Lol
I hear progressive euchre was designed to make Jeff the tournament winner all the time.

Also we have a great game called Stix that is a great way of passing the time while supposedly playing cards.
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Old 11-21-2013, 12:48 PM   #6711
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Hey winngennis !!!

Ok try this one on for size, how many people do you run into out here in AZ that know how to play Euchre ? that also seems to be a Northern thing that most people dont understand. I was once trying to teach a couple how to play the game and after two futile hours we gave it up, they just didnt comprehend how to play the game ... ...

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I remember that my friends used to play eucher. I always preferred spades. Eucher goes way too fast for me.
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Old 11-21-2013, 12:51 PM   #6712
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So what member number am I?
Congratulations on being admitted to the fold.
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:02 PM   #6713
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Hey, can I travel with you and family?
Absolutely - the more the merrier. And any mutant is welcome to visit us in the beautiful mountains of Virginia. We have state, federal and private campgrounds close by, and would love to act as host/tour guide.

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Old 11-21-2013, 01:51 PM   #6714
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I'm in (If'n I get there) for a Euchre tournament.

I hear progressive euchre was designed to make Jeff the tournament winner all the time.

Also we have a great game called Stix that is a great way of passing the time while supposedly playing cards.
Euchre sounds fun. Poker even better.
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Old 11-21-2013, 02:01 PM   #6715
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I remember that my friends used to play eucher. I always preferred spades. Eucher goes way too fast for me.
A ponder from the other Eucher

"When I came up to bat with three men on and two outs in the ninth, I looked in the other team's dugout and they were already in street clothes."
Bob we must be on the front row Uecher
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We're on the Jeep sales lot...uh-oh!!!
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We're on the Jeep sales lot...uh-oh!!!
Or, in the immortal words of Skoobie doo...RUT ROH..but I guess jeeps can handle ruts just fine.
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FYI Capuchin monkeys of Sena's sub-species were named for their resemblance to the haircut and robe color of the religious order of Capuchin monks. They later discovered that their were other colors of capuchin monkeys that weren't brown with black on the top of their heads but the name was already established.
Barb, I tried really hard in Costa Rica to spot a Capuchin, but the only monkeys we saw were spider monkeys. Boy can those guys move!...Unlike the 2- and 3-toed sloths that were so hard to see.

Nope, that isn't it -- that's a yellow-crowned night heron.
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Well, now!
RVM62 has come aboard the rainbow. WELCOME!!

And MartySQ is gonna have a grandson! Let the spoiling begin.

And on top of that, Bob Uecker is coming to the GC.

Wow!
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Barb, I tried really hard in Costa Rica to spot a Capuchin, but the only monkeys we saw were spider monkeys. Boy can those guys move!...Unlike the 2- and 3-toed sloths that were so hard to see.

Nope, that isn't it -- that's a yellow-crowned night heron.
Here's our river boat. I liked its picture of a Sena.

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