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Old 06-20-2016, 01:45 PM   #21
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Was leaving the campground and a small new class A was pulling out in front of me with his slid out out. Tried to get his attention with no luck. After a few miles he pulled into a gas station and I followed. When he got out I asked him if he knew his slid was out were he said "of course it is it is not in storage". I said your are going down the road and it should be closed. He then told me the dealer told him the you close it when not camping and he is on a camping trip that is why it is open. Told him to call the dealer and ask if it should be open going down the road. CAN'T FIX STUPID.
You just HAVE to get a picture of this kind of stupidity! Oh, man!
I saw a guy leaving our storage facility with the WDH still attached to his TV (some sort of large SUV). No problem you say, "I leave the WDH on my TV also." NOT with the bars still attached you don't...just swinging back and forth as I saw him heading down the road and out the gate. I would wager it slows down tailgaters! AND no, I didn't get a picture either...Dang.
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Old 06-20-2016, 01:47 PM   #22
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I thought a class A would not allow you to drive off with a slide out.

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The other way around - Will not allow you to activate slide mechanism (in or out) when engine is running.
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Old 06-20-2016, 01:50 PM   #23
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Only one thing can fix stupid and that is green back $$$$$$$$, be stupid and it will cost you every time on every matter from love to RVing to more.
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OK... confession. I was at the dump station and a guy pulled up and said....Sir. Your antenna is up. I felt so stupid. There were lots of trees and I was 1 1/2 miles back. I guess Jesus was riding on top knocking limbs back for me.
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Old 06-20-2016, 02:03 PM   #25
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Watch this one and listen closely to what she is saying. Stupid as stupid can be.


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Old 06-20-2016, 02:09 PM   #26
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OK... confession. I was at the dump station and a guy pulled up and said....Sir. Your antenna is up. I felt so stupid. There were lots of trees and I was 1 1/2 miles back. I guess Jesus was riding on top knocking limbs back for me.
I drove 30 miles with my antenna up once and no damage.
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Old 06-20-2016, 02:46 PM   #27
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I can believe anything. Saw a TT towing a boat on Friday. The TT was being towed by a GMC SUV.
Towing a boat or an ATV trailer behind a TT is a very common thing in idaho you are limited to 73' total length
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Watch this one and listen closely to what she is saying. Stupid as stupid can be.


If I heard her right she had been driving with the slide out and folks were not feeling well that were sitting on the couch because of the sway and so much more .this is a good one!
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[QUOTE=JP Camper;1233217]Watch this one and listen closely to what she is saying. Stupid as stupid can be.

She might not be the brightest bulb in the pack, but she's pleasant to look at!
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Wonder what he thought when he looked in his outside mirror.
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