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JRscooby

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Posted: 03/06/22 06:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Reality Check wrote:

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:

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Time to drop this whole thing. Using 'Trump numbers' and Trump logic only works with those like-minded.


lol, that just turned south and took a nose dive. Where did that come from??

Disagree; OP laid it all out there so each, and everyone of us, could self reflect and ponder life. Our choices, actions and consequences. No one has to be like minded and agree...otherwise, we'd all live in dumps like Seattle..if I understand your logic.

Great thread! Thanks for the eye opener OP!


Somebody is upset that I understand that if real research was done the numbers I put out might be proven to be "Alternative Facts" But I don't think there is any question, most people do not hit pipes.
Now the OP has said he is responsible for the damage. I take the post as a reminder that snot can happen. But a large percentage of people seem to think property owners should not only provide a service, but also make sure the RVers can't damage their rig.

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Posted: 03/06/22 06:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

JRscooby wrote:

Reality Check wrote:

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:

......

Time to drop this whole thing. Using 'Trump numbers' and Trump logic only works with those like-minded.


lol, that just turned south and took a nose dive. Where did that come from??

Disagree; OP laid it all out there so each, and everyone of us, could self reflect and ponder life. Our choices, actions and consequences. No one has to be like minded and agree...otherwise, we'd all live in dumps like Seattle..if I understand your logic.

Great thread! Thanks for the eye opener OP!


Somebody is upset that I understand that if real research was done the numbers I put out might be proven to be "Alternative Facts" But I don't think there is any question, most people do not hit pipes.
Now the OP has said he is responsible for the damage. I take the post as a reminder that snot can happen. But a large percentage of people seem to think property owners should not only provide a service, but also make sure the RVers can't damage their rig.


Not necessarily 'can't' damage their rig, but perhaps have less of a chance of doing so.

Much like a low-hanging large tree limb in an RV park site -- whose responsibility?? The RV owner's to try to gingerly negotiate his positioning on the site, or the park's owners to simply be responsible enough to trim the tree? Same concept.


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Posted: 03/06/22 08:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:

JRscooby wrote:

Reality Check wrote:

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:

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Time to drop this whole thing. Using 'Trump numbers' and Trump logic only works with those like-minded.


lol, that just turned south and took a nose dive. Where did that come from??

Disagree; OP laid it all out there so each, and everyone of us, could self reflect and ponder life. Our choices, actions and consequences. No one has to be like minded and agree...otherwise, we'd all live in dumps like Seattle..if I understand your logic.

Great thread! Thanks for the eye opener OP!


Somebody is upset that I understand that if real research was done the numbers I put out might be proven to be "Alternative Facts" But I don't think there is any question, most people do not hit pipes.
Now the OP has said he is responsible for the damage. I take the post as a reminder that snot can happen. But a large percentage of people seem to think property owners should not only provide a service, but also make sure the RVers can't damage their rig.


Not necessarily 'can't' damage their rig, but perhaps have less of a chance of doing so.

Much like a low-hanging large tree limb in an RV park site -- whose responsibility?? The RV owner's to try to gingerly negotiate his positioning on the site, or the park's owners to simply be responsible enough to trim the tree? Same concept.


Keeping up here....

Since you asked a question; it's the driver's responsibility. Ultimately, it's the driver who is responsible to check surroundings. Ever wonder why most professional drivers (truck, cops, maintenance vehicles, etc) most always back into a parking spot? It's safer. Same as the cone concept. Same as knowing our height and reading signs. Same as checking for limbs on things that grow.

We can hope for, wish for, want, more signs to assist us, but that doesn't transfer the responsibility.


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Posted: 03/06/22 08:43am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:


Much like a low-hanging large tree limb in an RV park site -- whose responsibility?? The RV owner's to try to gingerly negotiate his positioning on the site, or the park's owners to simply be responsible enough to trim the tree? Same concept.


Translation; Get that hamn tree out of my way! I have a right to bring my house out to enjoy nature!

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Posted: 03/06/22 11:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

JRscooby wrote:

RetiredRealtorRick wrote:


Much like a low-hanging large tree limb in an RV park site -- whose responsibility?? The RV owner's to try to gingerly negotiate his positioning on the site, or the park's owners to simply be responsible enough to trim the tree? Same concept.


Translation; Get that hamn tree out of my way! I have a right to bring my house out to enjoy nature!


Frankly, yes. If I'm patronizing your RV park, and paying you (dearly) for a safe, comfortable place to park and hook up my RV overnight, you DO owe me and others the common courtesy of providing for your patrons the best you can. If you can't (or won't), there are plenty of other fish in the sea. So, yes indeed, you translated precisely right! Glad you got the point [emoticon]

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I had a jack sheared off….Kinda reminded me of what it felt like to step on a steamy-fresh Cow Patty…

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