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Old 12-30-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Welcome Daveinet

this member iv known from Walmart.com is the best
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:19 PM   #2
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Walmart.com? Thanks for the welcome anyway.
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Old 01-01-2014, 10:57 PM   #3
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Hi Dave...I'm surprised you weren't already on here.

Glad to have you aboard.

ps...You have to quit hanging around on Walmart.com....Gonna give you a bad reputation. lol
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Old 01-02-2014, 02:13 AM   #4
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i refere to rv.net to walmart that was good 7 or 8 years ago welcome
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Old 01-17-2014, 12:25 PM   #5
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ps...You have to quit hanging around on Walmart.com....Gonna give you a bad reputation. lol
I'm sure going to hang around there a lot less. When a technical, non-confrontational on topic post gets deleted, you really have a hard time justifying making the effort to post. They have forgotten that we are campers. We sleep in places that have bugs. We go hiking, climb on rocks, we do things, we enjoy the outdoors. If we get a little dirty, we brush it off, but we still might track a little into the coach. We eventually clean it up, but hey we camp to enjoy life, and with that, we realize that life isn't perfect and squeaking clean. We are little rough around the edges, but that is what makes us who we are. And we are just that, down to our core. That affects how we interact, but no one gets too uptight, because we understand the dirt. It comes with the territory. We sit back, grab the bag of popcorn and enjoy the show. I have gotten the impression that their the moderator over there stays in squeaky clean hotel rooms, and orders out for room service, for fear he might get dirty if he steps out. Everything is neat, predictable and in order. That's not camping, and that's not who campers are.
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I'm sure going to hang around there a lot less. When a technical, non-confrontational on topic post gets deleted, you really have a hard time justifying making the effort to post. They have forgotten that we are campers. We sleep in places that have bugs. We go hiking, climb on rocks, we do things, we enjoy the outdoors. If we get a little dirty, we brush it off, but we still might track a little into the coach. We eventually clean it up, but hey we camp to enjoy life, and with that, we realize that life isn't perfect and squeaking clean. We are little rough around the edges, but that is what makes us who we are. And we are just that, down to our core. That affects how we interact, but no one gets too uptight, because we understand the dirt. It comes with the territory. We sit back, grab the bag of popcorn and enjoy the show. I have gotten the impression that their the moderator over there stays in squeaky clean hotel rooms, and orders out for room service, for fear he might get dirty if he steps out. Everything is neat, predictable and in order. That's not camping, and that's not who campers are.
I agree 100%!!!
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