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Old 06-22-2007, 11:18 AM   #1
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cool Airstream article in maxim mag.

july issue of maxim mag. has a 2 page layout "your own private silver bullet" with nice pics. says airstream's $43,000 rolling bungalow lets you tour the country just like gramps!! pretty neat and put in their upgrade section with the caption " because you desereve the best" maybe see it at maxim.com
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Old 06-22-2007, 11:46 AM   #2
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Thanks for the tip, Janet. I couldn't find anything at their web site (that's not saying it's not there, by any means) so I may have to buy the magazine. One can never read enough about Airstreams. Of course, I was almost distracted by the "Hometown Hotties" link, but I perservered by running a search on "silver bullet" and you wouldn't believe some of the results.
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Of course, I was almost distracted by the "Hometown Hotties" link, but I perservered by running a search on "silver bullet" and you wouldn't believe some of the results.
Uh, I don't know anything about Maxim magazine...is it an "adult" magazine?
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Well its aimed at a younger group but I'd call it racy as opposed to dirty.
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yea, i hesitated to do the thread...it's my 24 year old son's subscription and his mail is forwarded to me while he was in the middle east but i can't resist any airstream anything so posted anyway...hope nobody gets offended but couldn't stop myself from posting it!! janet
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Well its aimed at a younger group but I'd call it racy as opposed to dirty.
I would definitely concur with that. A few years back, my daughter liked it so much she gave me a subscription for my birthday. I just read the articles. Actually, for the most part, it's well written and pretty tame. After all, they did write about Airstreams.
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Well, I'm still not too sure about the magazine, but I didn't want to try finding the article on the company computer during my lunch break. It's one thing to read articles in "Trailer Life" but anything risque might get me into an uncomfortable position.
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Maybe we should lock up all girls under 30 until they learn to keep themselves dressed at all times.Maybe they could get real jobs instead of "modeling"
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Maybe we should lock up all girls under 30 until they learn to keep themselves dressed at all times.Maybe they could get real jobs instead of "modeling"
That is a bad idea!
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I looked through their WHOLE website and didn't see a single Airstream.

Lots of great wallpaper, though.

I'll check again later. Maybe I missed a few pages.
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Maybe we should lock up all girls under 30 until they learn to keep themselves dressed at all times.Maybe they could get real jobs instead of "modeling"
Better look out....some women on this forum are under 30, dress nicely, and could get offended at this comment, but would agree if I had a daughter that age.

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Well, I do have a very atttractive daughter that age, and if her husband doesn't object, who am I to say anything. Besides, when they get that age, they don't listen much to dad anymore.
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