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dedmiston

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Posted: 10/17/22 11:09am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's a whole lot of hubbub over a dump hose.

Slow news day.


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Posted: 10/17/22 11:26am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Pbutler97 wrote:

Evidently the turdburgler was about.


Now, thats funny right there, I don't care who you are. [emoticon] [emoticon]

Thanks for the laugh. [emoticon]


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traildog wrote:

I guess my point really is….who wants someone else’s stinky slinky? That’s just gross.


I get the point for sure, but what would be worse...if they just borrowed it, and return it, when they are finished with it.





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Posted: 10/17/22 12:17pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Some people will steal anything. We had a year old, ragged out, on it's last legs CHEAP Wal-Mart gas grill stolen off the back of our Class C while it was in a parking lot. It was stolen, because I had checked all the straps on the hitchhaul on the Class C and the grill was still strapped in. We had stopped in to look at a replacement grill. They didn't have any of the cheap ones, but they did have more expensive. We decided that must have been the reason ours was stolen. We simply headed to the town we were staying at and bought one from that local Wal-Mart once they got them back in stock. There was an RV in the parking lot a few spaces away when we walked into the store, but it was pulling out of the parking lot when we came out. I had to retighten the ratchet straps on my hitchhaul.

If something is "borrowed" without prior permission, it's been stolen. Doesn't matter how expensive or how cheap.

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From those who have to those who have not. Redistribution of sewer hoses. Equality. New culture. [emoticon]

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PastorCharlie wrote:

From those who have to those who have not. Redistribution of sewer hoses. Equality. New culture. [emoticon]


Dump hose equity. Ugh.

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I really can’t figure out why someone would take the chance or risk of being injured or death by stealing junk, such as sewer hoses, grills, or bicycles, etc. Nowadays, people with legal permits have protection and have motion cameras on their RVs. I guess thieves think their lives are worth less than the junk or their IQ is below 100, take your pick. We’ve been lucky; the only living creatures messing around on our camp sites at odd hours are squirrels, raccoons, and grazing deer.

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Posted: 10/18/22 02:16am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Perhaps the government should reimburse everyone for the purchase of a sewer hose? They seem to want to reimburse folks for everything else.

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Posted: 10/18/22 04:26am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

^^^^^^^With our own money.


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charlestonsouthern wrote:

I really can’t figure out why someone would take the chance or risk of being injured or death by stealing junk, such as sewer hoses, grills, or bicycles, etc. Nowadays, people with legal permits have protection and have motion cameras on their RVs. I guess thieves think their lives are worth less than the junk or their IQ is below 100, take your pick. We’ve been lucky; the only living creatures messing around on our camp sites at odd hours are squirrels, raccoons, and grazing deer.


The thieves do not care. They will wave at security cameras.


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