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Old 12-11-2011, 11:36 PM   #29
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Awwww.... Poor chicken.

I need a T-Shirt like that for the dunes.
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Old 12-11-2011, 11:40 PM   #30
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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.
Better go read the contract!! I'll bet you find a bunch of stuff that's not covered..

If it's not written in the contract then you're out of luck when it comes to coverage. Coverage is only as good as the paper it's written on.
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:10 AM   #31
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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.


Click here for competition video.
Just because something is difficult does not mean it is worthwhile.

I don't know what method you used to determine my conceptions, pre or otherwise. I thought rap was crap the first time I heard it and it certainly, IMHO, has not improved any since then.
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Ms Butterfly certainly has 'buns of steel", but alas, now I like 'buns of cinnamon'.


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Better go read the contract!! I'll bet you find a bunch of stuff that's not covered..

If it's not written in the contract then you're out of luck when it comes to coverage. Coverage is only as good as the paper it's written on.
I don't speak legalize, but I don't see any obvious gottchas.
Brackets, brake lines, switches, printed circuit boards, rental car.

Deluxe/Hi-Tech option also includes gaskets and seals and a bunch of other stuff. I've been told by several people, including the service manager that it is one of the best warranty policies. Time will tell; I hope so.

The seller of the contract told me that if I had a flat, I would have to be towed. The Roadside Assistance program states that Flat Tire Assistance Service consists of the removal of the flat tire and its replacement with the spare tire. My MH did/does not come with a spare, but when I bought new tires, I stuck a used one in the basement. Is that considered the spare?

I don't want to get towed, along with my 20' enclosed. I'm a weekend camper and it would totally ruin my weekend.
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Old 12-12-2011, 06:02 AM   #34
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I have a hard time accepting that some lunatic shouting words to a drumbeat can be considered music!
That's what my mother said when she heard my first Black Sabbath record in 1972
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What about: "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" a song released in 1968 by Iron Butterfly?

At a little over seventeen minutes, it occupies the entire second side of the In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida album. The lyrics are simple, and heard only at the beginning and the end.

The recording that is heard on the album was meant to be a sound check for engineer Don Casale. You can actually understand what they are singing.
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Is that the music they play while your on hold when you phone in a warranty claim?
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"Ever hear RAP Christmas Music?"

NO, and here is why:

If you ask most any well known RAPPER "What do you do?" he will very likely answer in very bad English: "I Do Rap"

But if you were to as any great Singer, what they do the answer would be "I sing songs" (Which in fact I do, though I'm not "Great")

If you ask them what "Singing" is they might well and properly explain that singing is the vocal component of music.

What "Doing" is... I'm not sure but it's not music (I think poems are "Done")

The above is presented as humor however.. Not as argument.

That said... At one time I could say I'd never heard a RAP I liked, that has changed however as I've since heard a few good ones.. In fact in the "Christmas Angel" Video.. Chip Davis, at one point, switches to RAP mode... And that is, of course, a Christmas Rap.

And Chip (Also known as C.W. McCall) is one fine musiscian (Does anyone recoginize the name and why he is dang near "Mr. Christmas" in the music world?

Clue, He steamrolls the rest of them.
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"Ever hear RAP Christmas Music?"

NO, and here is why:

If you ask most any well known RAPPER "What do you do?" he will very likely answer in very bad English: "I Do Rap"

But if you were to as any great Singer, what they do the answer would be "I sing songs" (Which in fact I do, though I'm not "Great")

If you ask them what "Singing" is they might well and properly explain that singing is the vocal component of music.

What "Doing" is... I'm not sure but it's not music (I think poems are "Done")

The above is presented as humor however.. Not as argument.

That said... At one time I could say I'd never heard a RAP I liked, that has changed however as I've since heard a few good ones.. In fact in the "Christmas Angel" Video.. Chip Davis, at one point, switches to RAP mode... And that is, of course, a Christmas Rap.

And Chip (Also known as C.W. McCall) is one fine musiscian (Does anyone recoginize the name and why he is dang near "Mr. Christmas" in the music world?

Clue, He steamrolls the rest of them.
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...And Chip (Also known as C.W. McCall) is one fine musiscian (Does anyone recoginize the name and why he is dang near "Mr. Christmas" in the music world?

Clue, He steamrolls the rest of them.
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I had a seagull crarp on my head onetime. My brother that lives on the Texas coast said they like to crap on rocks and from altitude and my bald head looks like a rock. He has a lot of hair, I think that was a slap at bald people.
As for reality shows, I refuse to watch any program that bills itself as "Reality Based" or "True" this includes the nightly news.
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