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Old 06-10-2013, 10:04 AM   #1121
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RVM10 here. I have made a management decision - also a mutant one. Since we spend the winter in the middle of the AZ desert, it seems somewhat foolish to bring fishing gear along that I never use. Sand sharks are not my favorite thing to fish for. Also, I've never caught one. So, out with another group of items that I do not need.

The Banjo stays!
Can ya not just "scale" it down just in case? Maybe a Ronco Pocket Fisherman. As a mutant I'm all for lightening the load but, but, you grew up in the south - y'all - what if catfish are jumpin - black water keeps callin.... And some funky Dixieland jumps in front of the picture window in a unscheduled, non-interstate, roundabout long cut.

I support and respect all management decisions. Just sayin. Btw - welcome back.
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:45 AM   #1122
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Bye the bye - its "all y'all" not "all y"alls". I grew up down that-a-way. Sos I knows it.
That's what my friend from east TX said, so it must be true. Ah stand by "all y'all". The rest of youse mutants can put yer own regional spin on it.

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Old 06-10-2013, 03:55 PM   #1123
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Pondering the time-space lexicon, the best I can do are whenever and wherever. As in "When are you leaving?" "Whenever we get loaded." And "Where are you headed?" "Oh, just wherever." (Usually always followed by "Someplace warmer." Or "Someplace cooler!")

Brain obviously not too sharp tonight. Somebody help me out here!

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Another ponder to jog the pondering of RVMs mastery of the journey through space and time.

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Old 06-10-2013, 05:35 PM   #1124
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I'm going to miss this grill. Attachment 40429Attachment 40430

Oh well.
What about the beer? Y'all keeping that eh?
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Can ya not just "scale" it down just in case? Maybe a Ronco Pocket Fisherman. As a mutant I'm all for lightening the load but, but, you grew up in the south - y'all - what if catfish are jumpin - black water keeps callin.... And some funky Dixieland jumps in front of the picture window in a unscheduled, non-interstate, roundabout long cut.

I support and respect all management decisions. Just sayin. Btw - welcome back.
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Old 06-10-2013, 05:42 PM   #1126
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Rvm2 the Journey is great now the idiot that owns her is going thru a learning curve. Like finding out why the water heater doesn't work well. And why the ice maker won't make? But I'm workin it.
How does a water heater not work "well"? Only lukewarm, or cold-fish clammy?
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Old 06-10-2013, 06:29 PM   #1127
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Yea, Yea, what he said!

After all, it's not the gear that counts, but the journey and experience!
I'm thinking he'll just go noodling up ole whiskers or two - and be done with it....
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Old 06-10-2013, 08:20 PM   #1128
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"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bow lines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain

Twain must have been a Mutant.
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..... Twain must have been a Mutant.
No doubt, and with a fondness for life down by the river.
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I've been busy getting ready got the house on the market 2 weeks already. I happen to check in on our brethren here, and wow! Already up to page 113. I'm so busy getting ready I'm not smelling the roses.

Bless me fellow mutants for I have sinned. Last week I installed a 32 inch flat screen up front, and bought an inverter....
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The heater barely warms the water on propane and I'm certain I fried the electric element. Gonna replace it this weekend then clean and blow out the propane side. First lesson learned by this newbie mutant
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Bless me fellow mutants for I have sinned. Last week I installed a 32 inch flat screen up front, and bought an inverter....
Oh.....MY......Gosh!

For your sins, say five "I am a Mutant, I shall sin no more."
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I've been busy getting ready got the house on the market 2 weeks already. I happen to check in on our brethren here, and wow! Already up to page 113. I'm so busy getting ready I'm not smelling the roses.

Bless me fellow mutants for I have sinned. Last week I installed a 32 inch flat screen up front, and bought an inverter....
If ya need it, ya gotta get it!
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I've been busy getting ready got the house on the market 2 weeks already. I happen to check in on our brethren here, and wow! Already up to page 113. I'm so busy getting ready I'm not smelling the roses.

Bless me fellow mutants for I have sinned. Last week I installed a 32 inch flat screen up front, and bought an inverter....
Your fellow mutants understand for we all fall short of the glory of mutantdom in someway. For some its bigger flat panel tv's....for others it's hidden obsession with rope lights (also known as closet ropeys). We all have our vices but we strive for mutant greatness!
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