A dumb man is in jail. The guard looks in his cell and sees him
hanging by his feet.
"Just WHAT are you doing?" he asks.
"Hanging myself," the man replies.
"The rope should be around your neck" says the guard.
"I tried that," he replies, "but then I couldn't breathe."
I was moved here by the Military, Retired from the military found a good job, kids all like the schools here, wife had a great job. So here we stayed.
We were both born & raised in the north. OH, we like it here.
egh33 what kind and where to get good ones and name of battery and what group should i getMy last new ones I bought at Patterson's Inter-state. It wasn't by choice I got them there. It was a matter of time in getting new house batteries. I bought some at Alleys generator shop, But found they were pretty pricey. It's been a number of years since I bought a couple from Action batteries, one lasted about a month and the other one little over 6 months then he wanted to just trade me for a couple more just like he sold me and I turned him down.
I have bought Inter-state at Sam's club till they quit handling them. But I do like inter-state, as the warranty works darn good for me.
I guess it pays to shop around. I sorta think you get what you pay for.
i have found group 31 batteries for a little over 100.00 each and they are 12 volt is this a good price for these and they will be going in a 2005 winnabago vectra with a 8.9isl engine
I was wondering just where you found those batteries in Wichita, There are a couple of places I have bought batteries that didn't last long.
ABSOLUTELY A TRUE STORY HEARD ON A WISCONSIN RADIO STATION
REPORTING ON THE INCIDENT.
A guy buys a new Lincoln Navigator for $42,500.00 with monthly payments of $560.00.
He and a friend go duck hunting in upper Wisconsin ..
It's mid-winter.............and of course all of the lakes are frozen.
These two guys go out on the ice with their GUNS, a DOG, and of course the new NAVIGATOR.
They decide they want to make a natural looking open water area for the ducks to focus on, something for the decoys to float on.
Now..................making a hole in the ice large enough to invite a passing duck, is going to take a little more power than the average drill auger can produce. So........................out of the back of the new Navigator comes a stick of dynamite with a short 40 second-fuse.
Our two Rocket Scientists...........afraid they might slip on the ice while trying to run away after lighting the fuse (and becoming toast, along with the Navigator), decide on the following course of action:
- they light the 40 second fuse; then, with a mighty thrust,
- they throw the stick of dynamite as far away as possible.
Remember a couple of paragraphs back when I mentioned the NAVIGATOR, the GUNS, and the DOG...?
Let's talk about the dog:
A highly trained Black Lab used for RETRIEVING; especially things thrown by the owner.
You guessed it......................The dog takes off across the ice at a high rate of speed and grabs the stick of dynamite, with the burning 40-second fuse........... Just as it hits the ice.
The two men swallow, blink, start waving their arms and, with veins in their necks swelling to resemble stalks of rhubarb, scream and holler at the dog to stop.
The dog, now apparently cheered on by his master, keeps coming.
One hunter panics, grabs the shotgun and shoots the dog. The shotgun is loaded with #8 bird shot, hardly big enough to stop a Black Lab.
The dog stops for a moment, slightly confused, then continues on. Another shot, and this time the dog, still standing, becomes really confused and of course terrified, thinks these two geniuses have gone insane!!!!!!
The dog takes off to find cover, UNDER the brand new Navigator.
The men continue to scream as they run. The red hot exhaust pipe on the truck touches the dog's rear end..................he yelps, drops the dynamite under the truck and takes off after his master.
Then KA BOOOOOOOOOOOOM!
The truck is blown to bits and sinks to the bottom of the lake, leaving the two idiots standing there with 'I can't believe this just happened' looks on their faces.
The insurance company says that sinking a vehicle in a lake by illegal use
Of explosives is NOT COVERED by the policy. And he still had yet to make
The first of those $560.00 a month payments.
The dog is okay....doing fine.
And to think you thought all Rednecks lived in the South.......
You need to fire all management at this store. Paid for fabric replacement right after Thanksgiving 2013. Measured the fabric exactly as the CW guy told me, one day after taking the RV in got a call saying it was wrong size, and an correct size would be in later that week. Several weeks later and after several phone calls that no one answered or returned voice mails, or no one could help me and kept being transfered phone to phone, drove to the store (120 mile R/T) and discovered that not only was the work ordered cancelled by a ding bat service writer named Rita (who is now the head service writer in Fresno, Ca), my fabric had not been ordered. Finally two MONTHS after the fabric was paid for, it was completed. I was promised a spa package which was not done, and to top insult to injury, I was charged 42.00 and 96.00 to remove the old fabric. The Manager said it was because they had to remove and put old one back on. I didn't tell them to put it back on, if the fabric had been ordered correctly and when your people said it there wouldn't be a need to remove again. This is the second very bad experience with this store and it will be my last.I always figure if a place takes me once that's their fault, I figure they take me twice that's my fault.
I may be doing something wrong, but my old pickup sits for months & months with the same gas in it. I don't fill it up but once a year. Has been that way for 10+ years. Not saying I won't have a problem, but haven't had any yet with that old gas. My tractor sits all winter and it starts right up and runs great with last years gas.
I have a Bra on the front of the Jeep. Only bad part it doesn't protect the Jeep Windshield. But the Bra does protect the paint real good.
I have seen plenty of bras that vibrated enough to rub paint off of the vehicle. Personally I would rather live with a few paint chips than deal with an ugly bra.
bumpyBought the Jeep new in 2002, have towed it with 2 MH's Still looks almost new. Of course I keep a good coat of wax on the front.
And a good morning to y'all. I sure wish you folks would send some of that rain this way. We are so very, very dry. We will be in stage #5 water restriction in about 2 or 3 weeks. Not sure just what that means. I guess that means a bath once a month instead of once a week. Suppose to get about 77 degrees today.
Two West Virginia rednecks are out hunting, and as they are walking along they came upon a huge hole in the ground.
The First hunter says, "Wow, that's some hole; I can't even see the bottom. I wonder how deep it is?"
The second hunter says," I don't know. Let's throw somethin' down there, listen and see how long it takes to hit bottom.
"The first hunter says, "Hey, there's an old automobile transmission over there. Give me a hand, we'll throw it in and see."
So they pick it up and carry it over and count one, two, three and heave it in the hole.
They are standing there listening, looking over the edge, when they hear a rustling behind them.
As they turn around, they see a goat come crashing through the underbrush, run up to the hole and, without hesitation, jump in headfirst.
While they are standing there staring at each other in amazement, peering Into the hole, trying to figure out what that was all about, an old farmer saunters up.
"Say there," says the farmer, "You fellers didn't happen to see my goat around here anywhere, did you ?"
The first hunter says, "Funny you should ask, but we were just standing here a minute ago and a goat came running out of the bushes doin' bout a hunnert miles an hour and jumped . . . Headfirst into this here hole!!!!"
The old farmer said, "Naw, that's impossible . . . I had him chained to a transmission."
P.S. Don't feel bad if you didn't see it coming . . . Neither did the goat!!!!
About 10 years ago I built a all metal shed for the MH. It is 40' long 10' wide and 15'high at the front and 14' high at the rear. Used 4x4 metal posts buried about 30" deep in concrete and c-iron on the roof and sides to fasten the metal siding to. left the siding 12" from the ground as to let the air flow thru because of the heat here in Texas. Made a front door out of half inch black pipe and installed sun screen on it.
Not counting the concrete slab the cost was $1904.00 I all ready had a small welder. Did all the welding my self. Only took me about 2 months DW helped.