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Old 05-03-2017, 12:06 PM   #66305
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Waitaminit! If the spouse is A, and the 3rd person is C, what happened to B? Shouldn't the spouse be B, since the Mutant is "prime"?

It's all too confusing for a bear of little brain such as I!
I've been confused all along. I thought it was RVM# is the poster, RVM#A is first spouse, RVM#B is second spouse, RVM#C is spouse third spouse, etc., etc., etc....

At least we got away from using the Dewey Decimal System to number our GC's!


By the way, I think Rarebear ask what a Curisity Grande was. In case no one answered him I'll try. In the early post of these mutants it was determined that a group of mutants needed a name. Much like a HERD of cows, FLOCK of birds, Gaggle of geese, etc. An observation was made that we would be a curious group so our first gaithering was called a Grand Curiosity (GC). Since then numbers were added to the meaning to distinguish between small Curisities and the larger ones. Barb usually sends out a list of definitions to help new mutants. Hope that helps.
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Old 05-03-2017, 12:11 PM   #66306
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It rained in western MO last night, and we've been in the desert for several months. The poor cats were totally spooked:
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It seems we are following right along with the rain today as it moves ENE. I-44E is closed beyond exit 253 & we've been routed north toward I-70. Not nice driving (& into the wind, too) with a windshield that is gradually leaving us. Good thing Martin put Gorilla tape along the top yesterday while it was still dry. It still leaks some.

Ah, the luxury coaches. They make for great campfire stories, n'est ce pas?
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:43 PM   #66307
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I've been confused all along. I thought it was RVM# is the poster, RVM#A is first spouse, RVM#B is second spouse, RVM#C is spouse third spouse, etc., etc., etc....

At least we got away from using the Dewey Decimal System to number our GC's!


By the way, I think Rarebear ask what a Curisity Grande was. In case no one answered him I'll try. In the early post of these mutants it was determined that a group of mutants needed a name. Much like a HERD of cows, FLOCK of birds, Gaggle of geese, etc. An observation was made that we would be a curious group so our first gaithering was called a Grand Curiosity (GC). Since then numbers were added to the meaning to distinguish between small Curisities and the larger ones. Barb usually sends out a list of definitions to help new mutants. Hope that helps.
By the way I'm Tim, the sensible, careing, honest, trustworthy mutant and the YOUNGEST of the Arkansas trio!
And Tim is an experienced cat herder and wrangler.
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With all of the chat about ancient computers, I'd like to hear you geeks predict what they will be like in the future, say 10 years from now. What must have electronics will enhance our lives?
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With all of the chat about ancient computers, I'd like to hear you geeks predict what they will be like in the future, say 10 years from now. What must have electronics will enhance our lives?


They will be a chip in your eye that connects to your brain, records everything and scans the world with your thought commands! But it will still freeze up and crash.
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It's a sad day for us. We left Hurricane, Utah and headed north. Dwayne and Shara also left, but they headed south. We had a delightful time with them and look forward to next time we can ride the Rainbow together. As they pulled out their coach played Willie Nelson's, "On Tha Road Again".

Safe travels dear friends!
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And Tim is an experienced cat herder and wrangler.


Also professional fencer and re-fencer, jumping tree dodger, bat hoarder, and wants to go to PEI for the glorious Malpeque oysters.
Other than that, he's nearly normal, but never been in Normal.
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It rained in western MO last night, and we've been in the desert for several months. The poor cats were totally spooked:
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It seems we are following right along with the rain today as it moves ENE. I-44E is closed beyond exit 253 & we've been routed north toward I-70. Not nice driving (& into the wind, too) with a windshield that is gradually leaving us. Good thing Martin put Gorilla tape along the top yesterday while it was still dry. It still leaks some.

Ah, the luxury coaches. They make for great campfire stories, n'est ce pas?


I think they need a nip of nip and a bumble ball. Video please
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Waitaminit! If the spouse is A, and the 3rd person is C, what happened to B? Shouldn't the spouse be B, since the Mutant is "prime"?

It's all too confusing for a bear of little brain such as I!
My apologies for not proofing that post. Baby Stella is B and their next child will be C. The primary poster has no letter after the RVM number.
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I've been confused all along. I thought it was RVM# is the poster, RVM#A is first spouse, RVM#B is second spouse, RVM#C is spouse third spouse, etc., etc., etc....



At least we got away from using the Dewey Decimal System to number our GC's!





By the way, I think Rarebear ask what a Curisity Grande was. In case no one answered him I'll try. In the early post of these mutants it was determined that a group of mutants needed a name. Much like a HERD of cows, FLOCK of birds, Gaggle of geese, etc. An observation was made that we would be a curious group so our first gaithering was called a Grand Curiosity (GC). Since then numbers were added to the meaning to distinguish between small Curisities and the larger ones. Barb usually sends out a list of definitions to help new mutants. Hope that helps.

By the way I'm Tim, the sensible, careing, honest, trustworthy mutant and the YOUNGEST of the Arkansas trio!


Tim also has controlling shares in the Brooklyn Bridge! I have only 10%, but it's available!
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Waitaminit! If the spouse is A, and the 3rd person is C, what happened to B? Shouldn't the spouse be B, since the Mutant is "prime"?

It's all too confusing for a bear of little brain such as I!


This is waaaay to much for yours truly!
Nola has always been an A, ever since we.....
She's A Class, eh?
And she often reminds me that I am only her first husband!
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Also professional fencer and re-fencer, jumping tree dodger, bat hoarder, and wants to go to PEI for the glorious Malpeque oysters.
Other than that, he's nearly normal, but never been in Normal.
Barb said there is no Normal! Just Typical!
Never been to Normal but I greatly enjoyed PEI!


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Tim also has controlling shares in the Brooklyn Bridge! I have only 10%, but it's available!

It's turned out to be a much better investment than that London Bridge thingy. Who knew they moved it!
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Being a city boy, I had to Google the sound of a goat, some funny U tubes out their. Hey ha is NOT a goat sound.



So been working on the goatee what do you think?


Well, let's see here....
Tim is a farm noise guy, and also a well known nerf herder. I'm sure he can do goat.
Wayne does not herd. Well, he has herded troops on a playground....um fairground... something like that. However he has herded his sef around a pavilion as a farting Unicorn.
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So been working on the goatee what do you think?


I'd say that we are trend setters, Ed!
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