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PostSubject: "Bits"   "Bits" EmptyTue Jul 08, 2014 8:08 pm

So, at the parade, I was asked to remove my "dangling bits" from the rear of my Jeep. No big deal as there are little kids there and all.
However, it seems that at most A/O functions I attend, I am asked to remove or cover them.
Even though 90% of you know me (and my odd sense of humor), I sometimes feel like I am criticized for having them. Even at Rausch, when I pulled them off on the rocks, no one wanted to touch them. Really? They're just plastic.
So, even though they were the first thing I ever added to my Jeep, I will be removing them. So no one will have to worry about them.
Thank you.
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Age : 55
Location : Spring Grove, PA

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PostSubject: Re: "Bits"   "Bits" EmptyFri Aug 29, 2014 1:00 pm

Lol . . . bits. Nice ;-)

From my perspective, I donít want to touch someone elseís junk, even if itís plastic Ė call me phobic.

I think all of us have some quirky aspects to our humor (except for me, of course, Iím as straight as a Texas highway, right Chris?).

Anyway, I think the concern may have been the scrutiny we receive from the non-believing public and theyíre desire to find anything they can point to, so they can call us hypocrites, discount us, and discount God . . . in their minds.

Thanks for agreeing to the neutering!

Wow, July Ė Iíve been out of the loop :-/
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