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Hog On Ice
2014-01-10, 16:27
TheBackpacker.com/trailtalk was my home forum for several years but it looks like Trails.com has taken over the site - is this the end???

Ewker
2014-01-10, 16:40
I was on it this morning and we back to it after lunch. It is now trails.com bummer

Crikey
2014-01-10, 17:19
I was on it this morning and we back to it after lunch. It is now trails.com bummer


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SGT Rock
2014-01-10, 22:20
Looks like it is finished.

Superman
2014-01-11, 20:34
here's some end of the trail talk. Never sleep with the same woman more than three times in a row or else you will start to develop ...feelings. ...and that is the end of the trail.

john pickett
2014-01-12, 14:04
Is that bitter experience talking?

Hog On Ice
2014-01-12, 14:10
hey Ewker - if you have any contact with the old TTers - pass along my best wishes - I don't FB so I now have no contact

Superman
2014-01-12, 14:11
Is that bitter experience talking?

Any man contemplating marriage should be hospitalized immediately because he obviously can't manage his own affairs.
When I hiked with Daisy's son that was what we concluded. Since then I married his mother and now he is about to remarry. This proves that men don't have a lick of sense.

Ewker
2014-01-13, 00:06
hey Ewker - if you have any contact with the old TTers - pass along my best wishes - I don't FB so I now have no contact

HOI, will do. I did sign up for TT on FB....still haven't been accepted. I really didn't want to but every thing seems to be going that way now

john pickett
2014-01-13, 10:03
Condolences Superman. I married my wife in 1974 and we're still married. We'll celebrate 40 years of (mostly) married happiness next July. I really don't know what it takes to have a happy marriage; but I suspect a willingness to ignore the advice of society, divorce lawyers, and well meaning (divorced) friends plays a big role in staying married.

Superman
2014-01-13, 11:00
Condolences Superman. I married my wife in 1974 and we're still married. We'll celebrate 40 years of (mostly) married happiness next July. I really don't know what it takes to have a happy marriage; but I suspect a willingness to ignore the advice of society, divorce lawyers, and well meaning (divorced) friends plays a big role in staying married.

No problem here. Daisy has made it perfectly clear that we will get a divorce over my dead body.. I love those feisty RHPs.

john pickett
2014-01-13, 17:13
I'll bite. What's an "RHP"?

Hog On Ice
2014-01-13, 17:26
Red Headed Posse - women with attitude, and shovels

john pickett
2014-01-15, 22:04
In Texas they carry Winchesters as well as shovels. Attitude's 'bout the same, I expect.

Superman
2014-01-15, 22:23
In Texas they carry Winchesters as well as shovels. Attitude's 'bout the same, I expect.

In Marlow, NH the Chief of Police used the town backhoe to bury his girlfriends husband. He buried the guy in his own backyard and ten years later his sister ratted him out. They dug up the body and the guy had clearly been murdered. The DA didn't prosecute because he couldn't prove who killed him or who buried him....in the chief's backyard.

It just seemed brilliant to use a town backhoe instead of a shovel.

Skidsteer
2014-01-15, 22:33
If you're gonna go for it, go big.

Superman
2014-01-15, 22:39
If you're gonna go for it, go big.

Yeah, but I never knew a cop that could operate heavy equipment.

Elder
2014-01-15, 22:48
Yeah, but I never knew a cop that could operate heavy equipment.
I would assume his boys from the farm.

Superman
2014-01-16, 09:58
I knew those folks. I thought that both of his teenage sons were his. It turned out the chief killed the father of one of the boys. The boys told me that their dad had to be a cop because he didn't know how to do anything else. It seems that he had another whole skill set that the boys didn't know about at that time.

Rasty
2014-01-16, 15:54
In Marlow, NH the Chief of Police used the town backhoe to bury his girlfriends husband. He buried the guy in his own backyard and ten years later his sister ratted him out. They dug up the body and the guy had clearly been murdered. The DA didn't prosecute because he couldn't prove who killed him or who buried him....in the chief's backyard.

It just seemed brilliant to use a town backhoe instead of a shovel.

Work smart not hard.

Crikey
2014-01-16, 16:08
Yeah, but I never knew a cop that could operate heavy equipment.

Hoffa did.

john pickett
2014-01-17, 17:13
Haha!

john pickett
2014-01-17, 17:23
In about 1990 or so, I had a routine screening colonoscopy. (sorry Sarge, I know you said no politics) And the GI doc left about a gallon of air in my intestines. This occurred at a hospital where I worked as a clinical perfusionist. The scrub tech from my 'oscopy walked back to the smokers lounge where the guys were shooting the bull. He pulled on a long face and said, "The Doc found something." All the guys said" What! What!" he said "Jimmy Hoffa!" I then had to walk into that same lounge, wearing my southern exposure hospital gown, step across the sorry carcasses of all these guys rolling on the floor laughing, to get to the toilet so I could expel that gallon of air! Never forgave that tech, either!

Superman
2014-01-17, 17:27
That would be funnier without so many big words. Just sayin.

john pickett
2014-01-17, 20:42
Sorry, I can't say it without using those big words. Talk to Sargeant Rock. He'll explain it for you.

Superman
2014-01-17, 20:54
Sorry, I can't say it without using those big words. Talk to Sargeant Rock. He'll explain it for you.

clinical perfusionist.....that sounds dirty.

Sargevining
2014-01-17, 23:41
And perfunctory. Possibly disparaging.

sheepdog
2014-01-17, 23:42
clinical perfusionist.....that sounds dirty.

pretty sure that's illegal in several states and the district of columbia.

Superman
2014-01-17, 23:48
pretty sure that's illegal in several states and the district of columbia.

I'll bet if a con gets caught with it his sentence will get extended.

sheepdog
2014-01-17, 23:51
hahahahahahaha as well it should

john pickett
2014-01-20, 07:12
Nah, the cons all stood at the operating table and cut, sewed, and gave instructions to the rest of the team.