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Dahitman44

Weird dream

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Had a strange dream -- I caught a "dogfish." The only thing was, the dogfish looked like a small little Schnauzer.

He was so cute that I took him home.

Man was that a strange dream.

I wonder what that means.

In a different dream the other day I got my sled back -- obviously that was a dream. mad.gif

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I wonder what that means.


Was it 10"?? Or 12"?? Maybe you were actually dreaming for a footlong hot dog....

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Was it 10"?? Or 12"??


eyehunter, you beat me to it

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There's another angle I could have taken on that, but I better keep that to myself. I'll lay that one on him when he stops by my fish house to bum a beer from me. grin.gif

Come to think of it....I'm surprised he hasn't stopped by yet and bummed one.....what's up Hitman??

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Eye --

R U Out?

Didn't know you were fishin.

My sled is "almost" ready I guess.

Then I will stop by -- Sunday evening? Will you have a cold one for me?

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hit,

you should have traded that old beat up sled of yours for something that actually runs. You could have been riding by now.... tongue.gif

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Dead --

Got my sled and will be zipping around North of Hawleywood this weekend. Stay off the trails ... I am a little out of practice. \:\/

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Dead,

What the heck is there to do in Hawleywood? Can't even go downtown and watch THE stop light change colors. What's a person supposed to do in this town:S

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Good question Code --

One thing is we try to do is get the Mayor drunk and have him get charged with another felony.

We also drive our sleds on Non-Sled routes daring the local coppers to give us tickets.

We "decorate" beer trees in neighbor's yard when they dare miss one of our social events.

We used to go "Road Tripping" with the police chief.

Some of us text HS girls, but that is mostly frowned upon.

Just kidding on "most" of the above stuff.

We mainly get together at people's house and hang out. Play cards or try to cover as many things on the above list as you can in one night.

That is about it.

Or we go to a Nugget game, go to somebody's house and try and fill out the list.

Or go fishing, go to somebody's house and fill out the list.

You get the idea ...

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 Originally Posted By: Dahitman44

One thing is we try to do is get the Mayor drunk and have him get charged with another felony.

We also drive our sleds on Non-Sled routes daring the local coppers to give us tickets.

We "decorate" beer trees in neighbor's yard when they dare miss one of our social events.

We used to go "Road Tripping" with the police chief.

Some of us text HS girls, but that is mostly frowned upon.

I dont care who you are, that there is funny!

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Cliffy --

One more for ya --

... get high on four different drugs includind, and especially "Shrooms"get nekked (Buck Nekked) go outside your house and start shooting at "Dragons" that are attacking your house.

Disclaimer -- I do not condone any of this behavior, these are just some of the "fun and exciting" things that have been going on in Hawley-wood over the last couple of years. By doing these things you will be picked up by some of the city cops that wear blue bus driver hats.

That should keep me out of many types of "jails"

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hitman what do they put in the drinking water over there in hawleywood? confused.gifcrazy.gif

don't drink the water.

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 Originally Posted By: Dahitman44
by some of the city cops that wear blue bus driver hats.

oh yeah, your Chief is pretty old school, southern style. Seems like a nice enough guy. I love listening to him on my squad radio!!!

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He is pretty cool. Very likable guy. He is also VERY funny in person. He is a guy that doesn't try to be funny, he just is.

He is doing a super job over here -- an yeah, our cops look pretty goofy, in fact most of them call them their "bus Driver" hat.

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Dead -- you just wish they would let you in -- but they do have one rule -- nobody that squeezes the big females (walleyes for you new folks)is allowed in Hawleywood.

Everybody else is. ;\)

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hitman

Hawleywood or not to Hawleywood? Been contiplating on that. I was in Brainerd for last 6 years and took new job in Fargo. My boy lives in DL. I was looking for a happy medium. Seems like a nice quiet little town. The code-man has me wondering though. Maybe a little too quiet? Anyway.....know of any cheap places for rent or where to look? Need something cheap 'til house sells in Brainerd. If you came across anything I'm at the same handle on yahoo. Be much appreciative.

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You have mail.

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just tried to send to you but it came back to me -- please put your e-mail up there -- not sure what I did wrong.

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seems to me there is a lot more develpoment in hawley the past couple years. it looks like soon it will no longer be the sleepy little town it once was.

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Yeah try giwoyna5@yahoo.com

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 Originally Posted By: DEADhead
seems to me there is a lot more develpoment in hawley the past couple years. it looks like soon it will no longer be the sleepy little town it once was.

Especially if you have to fight off dragons!

I hates dragons! (Yo. Sam looney toons)

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