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Old 04-25-2016, 09:32 AM   #31
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I also own #9880 from the same district. I'm guessing they spec all of their RE's the same, or real close anyway.
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Old 04-25-2016, 01:04 PM   #32
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My wife saw this. Apparently I mis-spoke.
When you wake up every morning, you need to give your wife a big hug and a kiss and thank her for being in your life. Who knows what kind of trouble you would get yourself into without her keeping you in check. LOL. Just kidding.
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When you wake up every morning, you need to give your wife a big hug and a kiss and thank her for being in your life. Who knows what kind of trouble you would get yourself into without her keeping you in check. LOL. Just kidding.
Actually, you pegged it. She really is right nearly all of the time, and I've decided that the wisest thing to do is to use her as my number one advisor - and in the absence of a burning bush to the contrary, to do it her way.
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And then there are those of us who have been set free again. As you might guess, we spend a lot more time working on our buses.
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Actually, you pegged it. She really is right nearly all of the time, and I've decided that the wisest thing to do is to use her as my number one advisor - and in the absence of a burning bush to the contrary, to do it her way.

OK. I wasn't really kidding but didn't know if you were the overly sensitive type that gets butthurt when the wind blows. Be thankful that you have a good woman in you life. My marriage lasted 15 minutes and 39 seconds.
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And then there are those of us who have been set free again. As you might guess, we spend a lot more time working on our buses.

asnd then there are those of us who never travelled that road.. so we still have some $$ in the bank and can work on our busses lol

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Good point. My divorce was very expensive, but worth it.
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