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    Some people's attitude...

    Some people's attitude is just annoying. They're the kind of guys who, instead of replacing rings for 100$, spend over a grand buying a vtwin to swap in. They're the kind of people who comment on your posts with "It's junk. Buy one of these. It's cheaper and easier"

    UGH. On every post I make it's those people, and it disgusts me that people would rather swap an engine and lose 4 horsepower and 4 amps from the charging system because "I like them better, they're not junk"
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    That's the trouble with much of the mindset of people today. We've been moving towards people thinking of everything as disposable, since cloth diapers went by the wayside. My dad grew up in the Great Depression. He used to lament often, that we were becoming a "throw away society".
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    That's the trouble with much of the mindset of people today. We've been moving towards people thinking of everything as disposable, since cloth diapers went by the wayside. My dad grew up in the Great Depression. He used to lament often, that we were becoming a "throw away society".
    Welcome back. You have been missed big time; and you still have your secret admirer.
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    Welcome back. You have been missed big time; and you still have your secret admirer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    Welcome back. You have been missed big time; and you still have your secret admirer.

    Thanks, 2Lane. Been a lot happening that has needed my attention. Not much resolved on some fronts, but I am trying to come up for air now, on occasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Thanks, 2Lane. Been a lot happening that has needed my attention. Not much resolved on some fronts, but I am trying to come up for air now, on occasion.
    Hopefully you've been able to spend some time "up in the air" in the RV of yours!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    That's the trouble with much of the mindset of people today. We've been moving towards people thinking of everything as disposable, since cloth diapers went by the wayside. My dad grew up in the Great Depression. He used to lament often, that we were becoming a "throw away society".
    Are you the sister I never knew I had? We could have had the same Dad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger47 View Post
    Are you the sister I never knew I had? We could have had the same Dad.
    Probably not. I'm an only child. I think my dad figured if he managed to get me raised he would have accomplished something, and after dealing with the wild tomboy, he really didn't want to take a chance of getting another like me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddinham View Post
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    Much thanks to y'all. I've missed y'all too!

    But, let's not hijack this thread further. We can start another, if need be!
    If man had enough horse sense to treat his wife like a Thoroughbred, she'd never grow into an old nag.

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