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Old 04-18-2015, 03:11 AM   #21
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You bet. I have all the tools, energy, and parts from a fleet of over 200 parts buses.

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It's a date. Now I need to see if they will let me in Canada.
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Old 04-18-2015, 12:39 PM   #22
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hey nat, would you drag your bus down here and help me finish (correct screw ups) mine?

i will cook ya some shrimp and crawfish! but bring different clothing, its only 85ish F.
After my bus is done, I would love to travel around a bit, and help others with some of the harder parts of their conversions, like roof raises, ect.

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It's a date. Now I need to see if they will let me in Canada.
Your country won't let me in yet. They say I need to do a bunch of paperwork first, because of something that happened 13 years ago.

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After my bus is done, I would love to travel around a bit, and help others with some of the harder parts of their conversions, like roof raises, ect.



Your country won't let me in yet. They say I need to do a bunch of paperwork first, because of something that happened 13 years ago.

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I got a funny story for you. One of my clients was traveling from NY to Canada to pllay a concert. They were driving. At the border, officials let everyone in but my client. It seems he had a drunk driving conviction something like 30 years prior. He was stuck there until they got it straightened out. I've heard they are very strict at the crossings.
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Yeah, we don't have any drunks here, so we keep the baddies out at the border. America is only for angels and holy men. That's why Congress is so loved by all. Nothing but hard workers and do-gooders. (snort)

Then again, it ain't Iran...
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