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Old 12-11-2011, 08:54 AM   #15
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A Very Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year to the rest..
Bah... Hum-Bug! All my buds will be at the dunes for Xmas and my MH is in the hospital getting the motor un-broke, a new speedo cluster and a complete dash AC system.

The AC compressor only had a very slight oil leak and they tell me they are going to replace the compressor, dryer, condenser, evaporator, lines, freon, etc. Think I'll ask if they are going to replace the belt too. After all, that is part of the "system".

With that rational, they should replace the whole motor too.

Arrgggg...
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:29 AM   #16
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I hear seagull tastes a lot like chicken.
So do rappers, they say


Actually, I tip my hat to them for their performance skill: remember, their audiences won't tolerate any changes; that stream has to come out the same way, every time. It's like the newest form of gymnastics out there (scroll down to access): due to our preconceptions, we initially react negatively. Then, when it dawns how much skill and agility is required (this makes the Olympics Mens Rings competition look like child's play), our initial scorn yields to jaw-dropping admiration.


Editorial Note: This is a video of Jenyne Butterfly doing a gymnastic routine to "Dog Days Are Over" by English singing sensation Florence Welsh. Jenyne is clad much like any olympic gymnast; but, since her event is done on a vertical piece of rolled steel tubing rather than a pommel horse, parallel bars, hanging wood rings, or other conventional apparatus, some members might take offense. Therefore, I've killed the imbedded link function; and, YouTube requires a sign-in to view this. To bypass this procedure, simply Google Jenyne Butterfly - 2011 Pole Convention in any browser for direct access.


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Old 12-11-2011, 05:13 PM   #17
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I have a hard time accepting that some lunatic shouting words to a drumbeat can be considered music!
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Old 12-11-2011, 06:24 PM   #18
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It seems like one starts and the rest follow along "cause it's cool".

Hey Dunner, sounds like you just traded you MH in!!
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Just how do you figure? I haven't even broken it in yet.
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It seems like one starts and the rest follow along "cause it's cool".
This rave of reality type shows is getting ridicules. Shrimp, Gold, Timber, Moonshine, Alaska, K Sisters, Ice & Bolivia Road Truckers, Pawn, Pickers, Sons of Guns, and the worst is the re-runs of American Chopper. I'm sure I missed hundreds of other ones, but it's all staged and rehearsed.

A lot of them are entertaining, like Dirty Jobs and a few others, but even those are staged.

scrap, scrap, scrap... Soap box being put away.
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When they are broke in they will then start to break down. I went through that dash air thing last year. $600. later, but at least it works. Just got that fixed now have to do front top air/cond. Wind ripped the cover off and punctured the tubing. Jeeeezzz
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Anyone ever watch Axe men. I worked in the forest industry in BC for 35 years and if that's the way they log in Oregon, holy crap. It would be a good place to get killed fast.

Ice Road Truckers that's another one. You think they would get some better technical advice. I could go on but it would be a rant. This is a rant, he he.
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Bought a $4000+ 4 year warranty with $100 deductible. Friend has an `04 Breeze LX and he said his warranty has already paid for itself. Still, I don't like to see things break down. There is not much I can't fix, but that is no reason for it to happen.
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According to the salesman that sold me the warranty, anything that does not meet manufacturers specs is covered. That of course does not cover expendables.
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Anyone ever watch Axe men. I worked in the forest industry in BC for 35 years and if that's the way they log in Oregon, holy crap. It would be a good place to get killed fast.

Ice Road Truckers that's another one. You think they would get some better technical advice. I could go on but it would be a rant. This is a rant, he he.
All those near accidents are staged. Think about it. Why would there be a camera there just when a cable snaps and the people are all wired for sound?

IRT has a camera aimed at a tire that just so happens to blow?
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I saw some videos on youtube of a "whiz-bang" (homebuilt chicken plucker)
It really something to see.
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How many teeth were missing?
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Yeah, but I"ll bet they are harder to pluck.
I found it/them
Just stuff one into this "whizbang" (homemade plucker machine)
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