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jon f mn

04-13-2014 03:20:25
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wisbaker

04-13-2014 12:07:04
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 Re: today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 04-13-2014 03:20:25  
Co worker drives an 05 Chevy Impala, was having troubles with gasoline being stolen. Solved has problem and started burning E-85 in it, the thieves stole "gas" from him once after the switch. I don't know of any outside black water or gray water access on Motor homes, don't think you'd want one as it would be a real P.I.T.A. to have to deal with a holding tank full of a sewage/fuel mixture.



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Notjustair

04-13-2014 09:25:14
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 Re: today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 04-13-2014 03:20:25  
When I was a kid we had a heck of a snowstorm. Dad was gone for some reason and mom had no gas for the plowing tractor. She took a length of garden hose and tried to siphon some out of the car. She ended up swallowing a good amount. Us kids were terribly worried about her. I remember sitting beside the bed on the floor and every time she burped it smelled like gasoline. I'm sure she only got a tablespoon or two, but we were convinced she had downed gallons.

We got enough gas to get out, though. Farm wives are tough birds.

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Mike (WA)

04-13-2014 06:23:19
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 Re: today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 04-13-2014 03:20:25  
Urban legendry at its best. Beside the fact that the vehicle shown is obviously a car, not a motor home, no one has ever been able to find an outside entry point into the blackwater tank on any RV.

But it does make a great story.



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Dave H (MI)

04-13-2014 07:49:49
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 Re: today's funny in reply to Mike (WA), 04-13-2014 06:23:19  
I'm sure the picture is generic, I doubt the fella posed for a daylight photo of himself sucking sewage, gas or anything else untoward. As to the outside access...don't own one and never will, so I can't attest to it.



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jennifer408

04-13-2014 04:08:14
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 Re: today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 04-13-2014 03:20:25  
lol, it seems like a lot of crooks are not the sharpest tool in the shed.
This post was edited by jennifer408 at 04:09:51 04/13/14.



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samn40

04-13-2014 03:30:04
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 Re: today's funny in reply to jon f mn, 04-13-2014 03:20:25  
Excellent! We had a case here where our milk tanker driver found a guy being sick beside his truck..... He had decided to syphon the hydraulic oil instead of the diesel!!!! LOL........Sam



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JOB

04-13-2014 09:11:57
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 Re: today's funny in reply to samn40, 04-13-2014 03:30:04  
I had a ice cream bucket of Hydraulic oil that a coon liked and it Overdosed on the oil. Hydraulic oil is some pretty nasty stuff.



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