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Old 12-16-2012, 12:25 PM   #43
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This was not directed at you or your humor, which I got. Please don't take offense.
You are doing wonderful things doing for others. Congratulations !!
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Old 12-16-2012, 12:30 PM   #44
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If my spouse ever talked about me like this in public my next post would be in the Solo RVers forum. This goes for both genders !!
This is known as RESPECT and there is a complete lack of it shown here.
The heading should be, EGO'S OUT OF CONTROL
Agree completely. kathyp, regardless of your vast driving experience, you need to keep your comments out of a public forum.
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Old 12-16-2012, 12:40 PM   #45
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Hmmm....

Hey, Kathy!

Don't fret... just lay low and watch for the next "Dumb Blonde Bimbo joke", which theme makes up most of the contributions to the "humor" section of this forum.

Then you can weigh in and take the guys to task for their "disrespect" for their wives!
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Old 12-17-2012, 02:37 PM   #46
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Hi Guys,
I am a single women who drives her own rig but would love not to make the long haul
to Tucson and back all by myself. If I had a partner ready to learn how I would welcome it. I don't think men or women are better drivers. It just takes practice and we all make mistakes. Lord knows I scratched up those bottom door panels more than once. Men are better at lifting heavy things and that's about it. I love driving my 42 ft rig but it would be a nice break sometimes to have some help.
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Hi Guys,
I am a single women who drives her own rig but would love not to make the long haul
to Tucson and back all by myself. If I had a partner ready to learn how I would welcome it. I don't think men or women are better drivers. It just takes practice and we all make mistakes. Lord knows I scratched up those bottom door panels more than once. Men are better at lifting heavy things and that's about it. I love driving my 42 ft rig but it would be a nice break sometimes to have some help.
Hmmmmm. I think I'd better check with my wife to see why she is keeping me around. I drive, I lift heavy things and can fix or build anything. You just made me feel uneasy
I will say, that in our travels, we have met many single women traveling alone and seem to have been very happy, capable and a pleasure to be around. I admire them as I do all stong women such as my wife .
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It's kinda like the old Clint Eastwood movie "Dirty Harry" You got to ask yourself "Do you feel lucky"...............It's just a joke folks.
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I am a single women who drives her own rig but would love not to make the long haul
to Tucson and back all by myself. If I had a partner ready to learn how I would welcome it. I don't think men or women are better drivers. It just takes practice and we all make mistakes. Lord knows I scratched up those bottom door panels more than once. Men are better at lifting heavy things and that's about it. I love driving my 42 ft rig but it would be a nice break sometimes to have some help.
Thank you! I'll show this to my DW. She thinks I'm good for nothing.
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