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Old 08-31-2007, 09:09 PM   #15
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Not to offen anyone,but if I did a carfax on this RV I bet I would find a miget saleman in it's past.LOL
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Old 09-01-2007, 09:00 AM   #16
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OK, first off, winebago wasn't thinking. that is what the problem is. . .

As for bald. . . what is the problem with that?! I've been bald for years now. The women say it makes me look sexy
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Sanjay R-Well if being bald makes you sexy than the must mean I'm preety darn cute.It's a tuff life on the road and the road is a tuff life.
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Old 09-01-2007, 07:58 PM   #18
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My bathroom ain't exactly tall, I just hang the shower head on pause, suds what hair I have left, then rinse it off, and repeat for the rest of me. With a 6 gallon Water heater and 30 gallon fresh tank, gotta make every drop count!
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Joe,
As I said,if I am going to maintain the cute part,got figure something better than what I got now.LOL.
I mean only 60 years old and single,Wild man on the road-well you see what's up with that right?HeHe.

J/K of course.

It's a hard life on the road and the road is a hard life.
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