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Old 01-27-2016, 12:10 PM   #43
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Old Biscuit - You were probably jumping up and down to keep warm! It's good to communicate with someone who knows what a "Geronimo line" is..

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Old Biscuit - You were probably jumping up and down to keep warm! It's good to communicate with someone who knows what a "Geronimo line" is..

Sent you a PM about my Geronimo time

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Old 01-28-2016, 09:35 AM   #45
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No CB now. Haven't used one in over 30 yrs. Years ago when I got into CBs my handle was "Green Indian" because I was driving a green Pontiac Bonneville. Actually had 3 green Pontiacs in a row over a period of nearly 10 years. So it worked for me. If I were to add a CB to my coach today I don't know what I'd use as a handle.
My Mom had 2 green Pontiacs in 60 - 70s. Both Bonnevilles. Then a champagne grand ville in 73, with a 455hp V8. I learned to drive and date in that big thing.
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Double Nickel, and not because of the lowered speed limits back then. With a buddy at work we had a swear jar. Put a nickel in the jar for every swear word. I had a bad habit of stringing 2 together, thus Double Nickel.
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I was SnapShot. I had a job that required travel all over the US. I had taken some photo courses and took a lot of pix while traveling. I found out I could print and frame some of the good shots and sell them, thus SnapShot.

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I to paid 5.00 dollars for a little card, had 2 three elements spread 15 ft with ground plain in middle with a 1000 watt booster, could talk where wanted with 800 channels. handles were pleasure horse and gear stripper yes held steering wheel for 45 years and still have a rv 38 ft hd 1 slide
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