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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Bikerdad, Nov 5, 2003.
...curious nature. I'll try anything 5-8 times (maybe more) before I realize it ain't good for me.
('course that's not counting- unless we are- than I lose count after 21)
At last count, 28 of us just had to read this thread regardless...
I'm with Mark on this one!
Re: Hee Hee!
Yeah, and a few even had to post to it...
As I recall, last time someone posted nothing but a dot, the thread went on for pages and pages.
Yes,but you meet such interesting people
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(Just had to say it)
It doesn't matter how many times people remind what curiousity did to the cat.
I still had to see what this thread was about
At least is wasn't just me!
Wow, nice dot Bikerdad, where did you get it? I can custom paint it for you. What kind of couplers do you use on a dot such as this? Is it DCC?
This thread is as enlightening as, and has about as much redeeming value as a TV sitcom. Well, except for the Andy Griffith Show.
Anybody's seen my cat? Last time I saw him he was drinking a Bud in the layout room.
that dot is the "Box" in disguise
Where's MY CAT!! C'mon.... kitty, kitty, kitty...
Ho!.....forget it, I 've found him!
Man! That cat needs to go to Alcoholics Annoynomous and Jenny Craig!
Ezdays, you forgot Petticoat Junction, if for no other reason than the fact that it had a train!
I love that cat picture!!!
There are soooo many captions that could be there...
OHHH!!! It's funny.
Oh Wait! We are supposed to ignore this thread aren't we?!
You bet. I said redeeming value, and that program had at least three, not counting the trains.
Omigawd! LOVE the cat!!!!!! We have one that sprawls on her back on the floor and I've thought it would be fun to put an empty bottle next to her for a pic. She mst know what I'm thinking because she runs every time I go for the camera ("You're not posting ME on the Gauge!").
As for Petticoat Junction:
"Lots of curves you bet!
And even more when you get
To the Junction!"
A show that appealed to my boyhood love of trains and emerging awareness of pretty women!