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Old 07-02-2016, 07:36 AM   #31
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I look like Theodore with those chubby cheeks...thinner now

reminds me of this guy!
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Old 07-02-2016, 08:17 AM   #32
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Bansil in shorts and Hawaiian shirt!
Ah, but that may be merely his disguise to avoid attention...
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Old 07-02-2016, 08:31 AM   #33
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Old 07-02-2016, 12:09 PM   #34
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WanderingJuggler, on the other hand.....
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Old 07-02-2016, 01:13 PM   #35
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Me and old buddy Dick Gulstrand (RIP) at Road America...my car was in his book Corvette Thunder



No beard and tattoos and all that bs for me. I reject trends most often, and "hipster" is one of them. Beards, playin 70's make believe, peace, love and harmony bs...not for me. I'm converting a bus because my Class A was a flimsy piece of trash and I wanted a diesel pusher that was solid.
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Old 07-02-2016, 01:32 PM   #36
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Me and old buddy Dick Gulstrand (RIP) at Road America...my car was in his book Corvette Thunder



No beard and tattoos and all that bs for me. I reject trends most often, and "hipster" is one of them. Beards, playin 70's make believe, peace, love and harmony bs...not for me. I'm converting a bus because my Class A was a flimsy piece of trash and I wanted a diesel pusher that was solid.

I've never seen being a hippie as a trend. At least not for a LONG time. Most folks hate freaks and hippies and only want to be normal looking like everyone at their church. Wearing a baseball cap of your favorite football team and sticking a salt life sticker on your truck is much more trendy than being a hippie.
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Hawaiian Shirts...just like'em.
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...Hawaiian Shirts...just like'em.
Good as cover garments for concealed carry, too. I mean, so I've heard...
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Two pairs of cargo shorts, two Hawaiian shirts and flip flops for loafing around in the house in the evening.

Trashed khakis, worn out dark T and black Asics on the feet for playing in the playpen.

New pressed khakis, pressed dark polo shirt and new black Asics on the feet for dress up.

After a lifetime of uniforms there's no changing it now.

My hair is as thin as corn silk--couldn't grow a pony tail if my life depended on it.
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I've never seen being a hippie as a trend. At least not for a LONG time. Most folks hate freaks and hippies and only want to be normal looking like everyone at their church. Wearing a baseball cap of your favorite football team and sticking a salt life sticker on your truck is much more trendy than being a hippie.
I didn't say hippie...I said hipster...there's a difference. Hipster is pure trend.
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