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    hey guys i leave to goto huston feb 7. where can i get tan BDU's?
    is there any mt.dew there? how many hour ahead are you then the west coast? Anyone leaveing on feb 7 you can contact me at gwinnup@earthlink.net

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    ???? Can someone decipher this for stupid 'ol me???
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    For the love of Moses and all things holy...AM I IN THE FRIGGIN' TWILIGHT ZONE HERE???



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    1. Huston is closed Feb. 7...you'll have to reschedule.

    2. Tanning your BDU's is bad for them...you should really use sunscreen.

    3. I am sorry...there is no Mt. Dew there, as it is a rather flat terrain.

    4. Regarding the West Coast, we are a day later and a dollar short.

    5. I'm not leaving, but my red maple will be "leaveing" in the spring...late April or Early May.

    MikeCarver...We are all proud of you, but I don't think you understand the questions very well.

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    1. At a store.
    2. No
    3. I am 3 hours ahead.
    4. Not leaving on the 7th so I won't be contacting you.
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    LMAO!!!
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    Yes...but is the ice fishing any good this time of year?
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT

    2. Tanning your BDU's is bad for them...you should really use sunscreen.

    Tanned BDU's are better than burnt BDU's.
    Last edited by HM604OH; 12-22-2004 at 02:15 PM.

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    Umm. Ok.
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    Tanned BDU's are better burnt BDU's.
    In either case it is probably better if you are not wearing them when the 'coloring' occurs

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    Question Re: questions

    Originally posted by scfd312
    hey guys i leave to goto huston feb 7. where can i get tan BDU's?
    is there any mt.dew there? how many hour ahead are you then the west coast? Anyone leaveing on feb 7 you can contact me at gwinnup@earthlink.net


    HUH?????????????


    I think I missed something in this posting of his or hers.



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    Default I wasnt goona do it but since this guy is all hosed up ......

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    Stayback, when the ocean freezes, I'll let you know. But, my brother in Minnesota says it's doing well this year.
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    based on his/her other posts, I think this indivudual is headed to southwest asia come feb.

    Soda is kinda funny. Atleast where I was in the UAE, Coke, diet coke and Sprite were common and cheap. One side of the can was in english, and the other arabic. and they had pull tabs. Other flavors such as root beer and dew are very expensive. I assume they are imported. I tried to order some for the ship's store, but the Old Man shot it down when he got the estimate. It was like 36 bucks for a 12 pack (3 bucks a can!). But that was from commercial ship chanders. If you have access to military supply chain supplies, it might be there, for a while, unless it's gone "bad." The military commonly extends the shelflife of comodities after "testing" (read someone trying some), however PepsiCo will not allow any of there products to be extended, so all pepsi products can be scarce between stateside supply shipments.
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