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Old 12-09-2012, 20:34   #16451
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Old 12-09-2012, 20:39   #16452
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Old 12-09-2012, 20:44   #16453
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Time Flies when you're tellin' Lies...

Hillary Clinton died and went to Heaven. St. Peter was giving her a tour of Heaven when she noticed that there were dozens of clocks on the wall. Each clock displayed a different time of day.
When she asked St. Peter about the clocks, he replied, ''We have a clock for each person on earth and every time they tell a lie the hands move. The clock ticks off one second each time a lie is told.'' Special attention was given to two clocks. The clock belonging to Mother Teresa has never moved, indicating that she never told a lie. The clock for Abraham Lincoln has only moved twice. He only told two lies in his life. Hillary asked ''Where is Bill's clock?''
St. Peter replied, ''Jesus has it in his office... he's using it as a ceiling fan.'''
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Old 12-09-2012, 22:46   #16454
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St. Peter replied, ''Jesus has it in his office... he's using it as a ceiling fan.'''


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Old 12-10-2012, 19:49   #16455
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Gotta wonder.....did C.W.McCall ever FIND Mavis ?

(had to hear the whole album to be in on the joke)
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Old 12-10-2012, 23:43   #16456
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Gotta wonder.....did C.W.McCall ever FIND Mavis ?

(had to hear the whole album to be in on the joke)
There was an ALBUM to the whole Convoy shtick? I guess I was too caught up in embezzlement basic training, and missed it.
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Old 12-11-2012, 05:51   #16457
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Never had the album, I was always more into the song about Wolf Creek Pass. I wrecked my motorcycle there once.
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:40   #16458
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There was an ALBUM to the whole Convoy shtick? I guess I was too caught up in embezzlement basic training, and missed it.
What? Then, by missing the convoy shtick, you missed the entire smuggling portion of your training.

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Never had the album, I was always more into the song about Wolf Creek Pass. I wrecked my motorcycle there once.
So, was there a motorcycle wreck in the song? Maybe it was about you. Was that the motorcycle that made you look like a circus bear?
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Old 12-11-2012, 13:37   #16459
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Never had the album, I was always more into the song about Wolf Creek Pass. I wrecked my motorcycle there once.
And there really is a "Feed Store" on the pass side of Begosa Springs.
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Old 12-11-2012, 17:37   #16460
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There is not a motorcycle wreck in the song, it is a truck wreck involving a load of chickens

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Old 12-11-2012, 17:38   #16461
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Oh, and it is Pagosa Springs. I don't remember the feed store but we stopped at a walgreens or some place like that to get some bandages to fix my arm up.
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Old 12-11-2012, 17:49   #16462
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Yo Unkle! I think I caught a break on my sobriety bounty-gate when that Illinois concealed carry decision came down! The celebration may distract Tazz from his followup on my explanation of what happened. Keep a lookout on your end of things; I will have my people draw up more explanations, just in case.
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Apparently, this is the British parody of "Convoy."

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"Peeled off that top row of roosters slicker than scum off a Lousiana swamp"
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Old 12-11-2012, 20:15   #16465
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Old 12-11-2012, 20:45   #16466
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Yo Unkle! I think I caught a break on my sobriety bounty-gate when that Illinois concealed carry decision came down! The celebration may distract Tazz from his followup on my explanation of what happened. Keep a lookout on your end of things; I will have my people draw up more explanations, just in case.
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Old 12-11-2012, 20:52   #16467
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Old 12-11-2012, 21:24   #16468
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"Peeled off that top row of roosters slicker than scum off a Lousiana swamp"
Between the rooster and the so called scum off a Lousiana swamp we could make a GUMBO from that!
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Old 12-11-2012, 22:00   #16469
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Oh, and it is Pagosa Springs. I don't remember the feed store but we stopped at a walgreens or some place like that to get some bandages to fix my arm up.
Yup my error. It's been almost 3 decades since I've been there.
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Old 12-11-2012, 22:11   #16470
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Well, with the holidays upon us, my mind turns as it always does, to money, and making it with as little effort as possible. It just dawned on me that this new crop of "Preppers" is too young to have the benefit of having purchased the "freeze-dried dehydrated H20 that I sold to the last generation. I feel embarrassed to admit that this opportunity slipped my mind until now rendering the gift market for this season moot.

I am thinking that next year we could capitalize on it by creating an entire "Gift pack" angle. When spun as a gift it has the same life expectancy or shelf life as fruitcake. It can be re-gifted for years before anyone opens it, therefore it creates plausible deniability,
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Old 12-11-2012, 22:19   #16471
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Well, with the holidays upon us, my mind turns as it always does, to money, and making it with as little effort as possible. It just dawned on me that this new crop of "Preppers" is too young to have the benefit of having purchased the "freeze-dried dehydrated H20 that I sold to the last generation. I feel embarrassed to admit that this opportunity slipped my mind until now rendering the gift market for this season moot.

I am thinking that next year we could capitalize on it by creating an entire "Gift pack" angle. When spun as a gift it has the same life expectancy or shelf life as fruitcake. It can be re-gifted for years before anyone opens it, therefore it creates plausible deniability,
We could even increase our profit margin if we water it down a bit.
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:05   #16472
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Okay everyone! We got.the freaking harmonic convergence of blowout occasions coming on! The Mayan calendar end of the world party, the 8:40 millionth hit blast, and now the Illinois concealed carry decision! Get your food and beverage preferences registered with Dungeon Logistics, as this.is gonna be epic!
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We could even increase our profit margin if we water it down a bit.
An excellent pun about watering down the dehydrated water. Of course, the Dungeon accounting types will stay loyal to their preferred professional term: Inventory Dilution.
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I have a bit of modern technology that I can make available to the modern day "prepper" as well. There is a new tool for making fire in an emergency situation but it is also a fuel source. I am planning on selling them in 10 packs individually packed @ $20 per 10 pack. "What is 2 bucks when you need fire?"

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I have the opportunity to out do the trend of everyone buying "wimpy parachute cord" for their survival kits. I have several spools of genuine Air Force surplus "flight line" that I can sell at reasonable per ft rates.

I also have a line on genuine, not the standard US consumer model, original METRIC Swiss Army knives.
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Old 12-12-2012, 16:27   #16475
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I suggest marketing your flight line by the meter, rather than by the foot. That would make people buy more when needing an odd length. We do the same thing when we sell prop wash by the liter rather than the pint.
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