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    Senior Member Bradley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloomgorge View Post
    that's crazy talk.....
    . . . was there a brown patch under your tent
    after those 4 months from dead grass?
    What ?????

    Are you the resident grass hugger . . .







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    Must be single, or wants to be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    What ?????

    Are you the resident grass hugger . . .
    We walk among you...




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    I love being with my girlfriend of ten years. She puts up with all my quirkiness. I come up with some crazy ideas and she lets it roll or even helps me. Another idea I'm working on is buying either a fire truck, military deuce and a half or an old farm tractor to make street legal (if possible) to drive to work just to be weird. I love her, would enjoy being single but I've got a perfect blend of both worlds.

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    I guess driving a fire truck to work will negate any energy savings realized by living with no electricity. Is there a point to this?
    Tonight I'm howlin' at a foreign moon, might as well be a junkie's spoon.

    John Hiatt

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    the funny thing is, it is too noisy to sleep in my back yard. i usually make it to around 2am and end up back in the house....LOL!

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    The point is, I like to do weird stuff. I wouldn't drive it everyday. I rode a bicycle full time until I was 42.

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