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William

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#1 posted 1137 days ago

What? I enjoy your stories. Were you trying to be funny in the last one though? I hadn’t really noticed.
I think a good thing to do with the in-laws would be to carry them hunting. No. Don’t shoot noone. Carry them deep in the woods. Make sure you take a zig-zag path that would confuse anyone not familiar with the area, and completely loose anyone who doesn’t know basic survival and scouting skills. When you think you’re far enough into the woods, tell them what you’re hunting. HOME HUNTING! Then take off like a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs for home. Any of them make it to your house, THEY WIN! Any that don’t, well, I hope your wife isn’t too find of that one anyway.
Now aint that a nice, fun, family oriented activity that all can enjoy?

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shopsmithpoppi

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#2 posted 1137 days ago

Soundslike something my dad would do!

No really you should take them out to one of your favorite places to go to get your pictures. Show them what nature is really about and the beauty is not sky scrappers and cement.

-- Think it, See it, Design it. Build it, Enjoy it!

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Bertha

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#3 posted 1137 days ago

I found it all very entertaining. I didn’t see anything worthy of an apology. I certainly won’t require one.

-- My dad and I built a 65 chev pick up.I killed trannys in that thing for some reason-Hog

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