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Old 05-31-2013, 02:03 PM   #31
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I like the tint - But the sun in my region can be pretty harsh. I think clear windows would prob show more scratches. Avoiding shadow shows is challenging enough in the evening. Given that I outside more than in when on the road camping, those shaded windows give me a sense of peace when I recluse indoors. LOL - however, they definitely dont stop curious people from peeping inside if given the chance. haha
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Old 05-31-2013, 02:28 PM   #32
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I understand. It is just that I am a married man and must protect myself from the hordes of women that would break into my camper to ravish my body if they got a clear view.
I think they would need to see a big pile of greenbacks on the bed for that to happen to an old ugly guy like you.
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Poor Tom - Bought a new A Frame, gained new worries of mercy money on the bed and liquid persuasion LOL Who wouldnt want to look into the windows? His DW better put GPS on his tennis shoe to track him when he tires of clubbing those crazed ladies with his ugly stick when they carry him off. Haha
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Reminds me of camping with son & daughter-in-law. Didn't have a tinted window in the bathroom but either a clear or light colored one. First time she took a shower with the window opne her silhoutte was refelected on it. Used shower house after that
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Poor Tom - Bought a new A Frame, gained new worries of mercy money on the bed and liquid persuasion LOL Who wouldnt want to look into the windows? His DW better put GPS on his tennis shoe to track him when he tires of clubbing those crazed ladies with his ugly stick when they carry him off. Haha
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I understand. It is just that I am a married man and must protect myself from the hordes of women that would break into my camper to ravish my body if they got a clear view.
Tom:

I want to go camping with you!

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