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Old 08-20-2012, 04:23 PM   #575
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Ok time to get going again

What length trail is the perfect length?


Well since I have a 28' that would seem to be the perfect length for a family of 6. thanks for all agreeing.
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Old 08-20-2012, 04:42 PM   #576
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Ok time to get going again

What length trail is the perfect length?


Well since I have a 28' that would seem to be the perfect length for a family of 6. thanks for all agreeing.

The perfect length trail is just long enough to reach your destination.

Your spell checker is working, now you have to remember to proof read.

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Old 08-20-2012, 05:09 PM   #577
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No I like it that way. Makes for a more interesting read.
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Old 08-20-2012, 06:45 PM   #578
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The Appalachian Trail is more than 2,100 miles. Is that long enough?

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Old 08-20-2012, 06:53 PM   #579
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The Appalachian Trail is more than 2,100 miles. Is that long enough?

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Pacific Crest Trail is officially the longest hiking trail in the world for 2,650 miles. It also said that the Continental divide trail, now 70% completed, will be longest when 100% is completed (3,100 miles). MPD*

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Old 08-20-2012, 07:10 PM   #580
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Goldilocks was a little borderline testing all those beds.
And what was going on with Beauty and the Beast?
I wonder if the apple the witch gave Sleeping Beauty was really a Roofy.
Why was Cinderella really locked away?
Let's not even talk about Snow White and those little guys.

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Thought provoking questions, Ken... last I heard....
*Goldilocks... Tired of bears and their habits and eventually settled on a new career as a "Bed tester" at the Bunny Ranch...
*Beauty & the Beast? Is that like a drinking story... you know, after the last beer at night only to wake up in the morning with...? I think they did a remake in the 80’s called “Coyote Ugly”
*“Sleeping Beauty” & "Snow White” both ended up in rehab & changed careers... pharmaceutical reps. Heard the dwarf brothers went on to work as representatives for Enzyte
*Cinderella, poor sweet thaing, her fetish for slippers evolved into a full-blown psychosis. She had good insurance...

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Old 08-20-2012, 07:18 PM   #581
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Thought provoking questions, Ken... last I heard....
*Goldilocks... Tired of bears and their habits and eventually settled on a new career as a "Bed tester" at the Bunny Ranch...
*Beauty & the Beast? Is that like a drinking story... you know, after the last beer at night only to wake up in the morning with...? I think they did a remake in the 80’s called “Coyote Ugly”
*“Sleeping Beauty” & "Snow White” both ended up in rehab & changed careers... pharmaceutical reps. Heard the dwarf brothers went on to work as representatives for Enzyte
*Cinderella, poor sweet thaing, her fetish for slippers evolved into a full-blown psychosis. She had good insurance...

See, That proves it................

I'm not sure what though ?????????????????

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Yeah, right. Jack and Jill went up the hill looking for water. Tell me another one. Sal.
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Yeah, right. Jack and Jill went up the hill looking for water. Tell me another one. Sal.
Your right, jake and Jill did a lot of tumbling for getting some water.
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I used to work in Corporate Television, and back in the days when we had graphic artists doing our illustrations and title cards (yes, the 80's, before character generators), one of the guys had a sign at his desk:

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In 1922 Otto Messmer introduced the world to Felix the Cat. He used his primitive IPAD to rough in and then people who could draw good (later dubbed graphic artist) would make the cartoons. Otto could think of it one day and it would appear on TV the next.
Otto and Gene used to get a few beers after work. The stories he could tell about the Flappers.
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In 1922 Otto Messmer introduced the world to Felix the Cat. He used his primitive IPAD to rough in and then people who could draw good (later dubbed graphic artist) would make the cartoons. Otto could think of it one day and it would appear on TV the next.
Primitive iPad? You mean an Etch-a Sketch?
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Primitive iPad? You mean an Etch-a Sketch?
I'm guessing it was an iPad, with paper for a screen and a pencil for a stylus.

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Hi, now nobody start arguing with me because this is a true story that, for some reason, just popped into my head last night; I worked with a guy who's sister owned a Mallard Motorhome. She bought some decals for putting a name on it. She named her Mallard Motorhome "The Lame Duck" and it was kind of fitting. I personally thought that this was a Lame idea. Has anyone else heard of any other Lame ideas used on RV's?
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