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Old 05-18-2012, 05:30 PM   #43
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Well I saw a 70 year old fella in clear plastic see through shorts. But then again it was in Hollywood
Sure hope he wasn't going commando
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Old 05-18-2012, 05:33 PM   #44
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Once when I drove semi I was going through a construction site and had a construction truck in front of me putting down cones. The cones were only about 1" wider than my rig so I started hitting them and knocking them over. The truck kept going and finally the guy putting down the cones gave me a "look" and just threw them over the side... Never once thinking to place them wider apart...

And they pay these guys!
Nope, WE pay these guys with our tax dollars.
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Old 05-18-2012, 09:31 PM   #45
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I asked the owner of a gas station and he told me the distributor faxes him every day as to what he should charge/gal.
We got the same thing when I worked for Circle K.
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Old 05-18-2012, 10:31 PM   #46
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Old 05-20-2012, 08:32 AM   #47
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To quote the crows in Disney's Dumbo, "I've seen a horse fly, I've seen a house fly, but I never seen an elephant fly".
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:54 AM   #48
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No no no she should have had more on. The horror the horror. Lol maybe 30 years and many beers ago she might of been able to wear what she had on. There was not a Kmart in site.
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We were at an RV park near Teton np. We were in early and only one other RV in at the time. Over the next few days we had FIVE other RVs come in and everyone of them parked backwards in the spot so the could have a view of the mountains. So the ended up either using the services from another lot or running under their rig.

However one genius decided to park at an angle in his lot and setup his BBQ on the back side of his rig, right next to his sewer. Good grief I'm thinking sewer methane gas and bbqs don't mix. Ughhh
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To quote the crows in Disney's Dumbo, "I've seen a horse fly, I've seen a house fly, but I never seen an elephant fly".
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Old 06-02-2012, 11:21 PM   #52
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You want a fun day go to a boat ramp and watch. Many people forget the drain plug. One Guy left the rams on the outdrive and every time he gave it gas the front of the boat would go up.
Boat ramps are always fun. Watched one guy back deeper and deeper and finaly realized he forgot to release .the tiedowns
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by then the back of the boat is full of water, so he pulls the plug. then he releases the transom straps. then he backs the boat into the water and watches it float free of the trailer. and sink.
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Wife bought me a tee shirt many years ago. I would wear and as people walked by the guys would laugh ...it said. Life is a bitch and then you marry one... its good to laugh
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Wife bought me a tee shirt many years ago. I would wear and as people walked by the guys would laugh ...it said. Life is a bitch and then you marry one... its good to laugh

Speaking of T-Shirts, way back in my college days, I was walking by the business school, and a couple of students were walking out of the building holding hands. They had T-shirts on. Hers said "Supply.", his said "Demand.". I guess they start out with the basics.
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