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Lol I'm not old but my green avocado dryer finally went out a couple months ago
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Lol I'm not old but my green avocado dryer finally went out a couple months ago
Didn't think any of those were still around!
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Didn't think any of those were still around!
lol that dryer was older than i was used to have the matching set years ago
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My parents gave us an avacado green washer/dryer when we got married. We painted it white before it came in the house.

Good call on getting the TV instead. Then you can watch some good stuff in hi-def and forget about the fact your wearing damp smelly clothes

That trailer is interesting. Its cheap enough that it doesn't matter that its a single instead of a double.

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Approach MotoLiberty from the north if possible (you know they moved, right?), it's a traffic clusterphuck with the LBJ widening project.
This statement does not begin to describe the mega-****tardednessclusterfork of a mess that surrounds LBJ (and also Hwy 183 near Ft. Worth). Did not make it to Moto-liberty. Thought about it Saturday morning but it just was not worth dealing with the mess.

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... That trailer is interesting. Its cheap enough that it doesn't matter that its a single instead of a double.
Just looking at it from a footprint point of view. It appears to use less floor space than the Kendon. Plus, you could probably pull it with a Yugo.
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Just looking at it from a footprint point of view. It appears to use less floor space than the Kendon. Plus, you could probably pull it with a Yugo.
I wouldn't tow it with a CVT transmission but about anything else could do it.

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....mega-****tardednessclusterfork....
In a word - that's why we moved away from Dallas.
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I can tolerate the 'normal' Dallas traffic. It gets a little backed up around LBJ and you're on a suicide mission if you have to take Central Expwy South of LBJ. But most of what I do in Dallas is up around Frisco where things tend to flow pretty smooth except around the mall.
But this construction is CRAZY.
And out in Bedford along 183, there are a ton of businesses that closed over construction that has gone on for years and from the looks of it, will go on for years more. The Audi dealer out there said there is a class action against the state and that if they can settle for something, they are moving to Grapevine. They have a nearly new facility where they are now but are willing to get out.

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Construction is an on-going process there, LBJ is going to be a mess for a long time. Funny you should mention southbound on Central, my wife and both worked downtown and make that trek for years, and yes, it sucked, lol.

You are in the industry, but it is freakin' alarming how many people are driving around without any insurance. That's my worst fear driving in that traffic, I literally feel like I'm rolling the dice.
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