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    people are people. hahahh

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    Is there a Cliff's Notes version of this thread?
    I don't rattle.

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    Had to share.
    This is a sandwich (surprisingly good) at the best sandwich shop in Golden, CO - D'Deli.



    Can't really read the warning line at the bottom, but it warns that the sandwich is NOT intended for mamby pambies.
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    Had to visit this thread again as its planting season and there's some great info here.

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    So glad this thread was revived. Thanks to this thread, I use the term "Jackwagon" to this day.
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    Great laughs at the beginning of the thread! It actually made my day!
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    The best thing about this thread is the word Jackwaggon-I love it! Right up there with Asshat. I had a 3 hour ride yesterday & i just couldn't get that word out of my head.
    -always thinking about the next ride-

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    Reminds me of my first day of Army Basic Training, February 16, 1966. In the barracks latrine there were eight commodes in a row, two feet apart, no dividers. You could all hold hands if you wanted. Several expressed the sentiment that a dump under those conditions was impossible. The port wouldn't open with everybody looking.

    Staff Sergeant James T. Curry sez, "Give it a couple of days, you might be surprised what you can learn (or unlearn)."

    These eight commodes serviced about fifty guys, so people used them at different times. Two weeks into training, it's part of the social structure, the same guys, on the same commodes, every morning about the same time, mostly talking about the same stuff, everyone smoking a cigarette.

    That's why they called it the Regular Army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fremenrider View Post
    The best thing about this thread is the word Jackwaggon
    Kinda makes me laugh, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post
    Reminds me of my first day of Army Basic Training, February 16, 1966. In the barracks latrine there were eight commodes in a row, two feet apart, no dividers. You could all hold hands if you wanted. Several expressed the sentiment that a dump under those conditions was impossible. The port wouldn't open with everybody looking.

    Staff Sergeant James T. Curry sez, "Give it a couple of days, you might be surprised what you can learn (or unlearn)."

    These eight commodes serviced about fifty guys, so people used them at different times. Two weeks into training, it's part of the social structure, the same guys, on the same commodes, every morning about the same time, mostly talking about the same stuff, everyone smoking a cigarette.

    That's why they called it the Regular Army.

    sssss...RIMSHOT
    That kinda made me laugh, too...

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    Re: My Ride today. Passion removed by jackwagon rider

    Quote Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post

    Staff Sergeant James T. Curry sez, "Give it a couple of days, you might be surprised what you can learn (or unlearn)."
    HA! Kind of like the guys that take care of their "natural urges" while living in a tent down range with 15+ other guys in the same tent.


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