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Where are you going to move to after it rvs'?

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A 42' Catamaran with single mass, alternative power, scuba equipped w/photo shop, fully self efficent and an all female crew with standart bikini attire. As far as where...anyway the wind blows..... :eyebrows:

 

That's too much clothing if you ask me. 

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Where ever i move to, thats if i move. Why would i post it here. Its also not a good idea to mention what you will buy with your rv money. Not trying to be neg. But come on people.......THINK.

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I'm staying right here and in the same house,.. though I may blow out the ceiling and replace with a glass wall that faces due west... And I might do that anyway.... We'll see.

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Where ever i move to, thats if i move. Why would i post it here. Its also not a good idea to mention what you will buy with your rv money. Not trying to be neg. But come on people.......THINK.

Lighten up Francis :)

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MIT,

 

With wind chills in WI of close to 50 BELOW ZERO today and tonight, someplace always WARM sure sounds GREAT to ME!!

 

:bravo:

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A 42' Catamaran with single mass, alternative power, scuba equipped w/photo shop, fully self efficent and an all female crew with standart bikini attire. As far as where...anyway the wind blows..... :eyebrows:

Yeah baby....

 

Just got back from Anguilla and St Martin yesterday...warm, gin waters, sun....bikinis and lots of catamarans.

Beautiful. And very expensive.

 

Will need that RV. A boat is a great way to protect oneself from the system - international waters. If you don't like a place, set sail...it's coastal living without all the crowding and high prices...live with the seasons, north in summer, south in winter. My wife and I are setting up for it now.

 

I've lived aboard 8 years off Miami already - best years of my life (of course I was in my twenties and thirties)

It's not as expensive or as hard as people think....GO RV!

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Wife and I are currently looking for a beautiful beach home on the island of cebu,phillipines.

6,000,000 dinar times $3.50 =21 mill times 40= 840 million pesos . I can live like a King here and my great great grandchildren.

No taxes on exchanges. They don't even ask for ID. PTL

Used to want to live in Amerika until tsa treated me like a terrorist.

Many many retired Americans here as well.

It's been a long ,fun journey with this dinar, I'd rather have dinar than money in the stock market or retirement money in the bank that will soon be gone.

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I live where I want to. I will buy all the farms around me as the tractors sometimes make more noise than the waves on the beach. 

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At least you don't have to shovel humidity like you do snow!

 

Can't argue with logic. That also is why my wife wins all the arguments.

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I'm moving straight into the kitchen to my throan

I been in this couch for the last 15 years and I feel like its a part of me now but if this rvs and I get rich I may have to move straight into the kitchen and get piped in

Just straight pipes this time I'm tired of walking all the way to the bathroom

I'm gonna put in a retracting roof so a crane can lift me into the back yard in the spring with the chickens

I'm gonna make me some corn mash and sing my favorite songs

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Where will I move after the RV..... well.........maybe....just maybe I will think about that when it comes....don't want to get the horse before the cart.

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Where are you going to move to,after you cash out/exchange out?

Anywhere but Kanada

Don't need to move anywhere.

I like my home.

It's not about money. It's about connections.

I'm moving straight into the kitchen to my throan

I been in this couch for the last 15 years and I feel like its a part of me now but if this rvs and I get rich I may have to move straight into the kitchen and get piped in

Just straight pipes this time I'm tired of walking all the way to the bathroom

I'm gonna put in a retracting roof so a crane can lift me into the back yard in the spring with the chickens

I'm gonna make me some corn mash and sing my favorite songs

That's pretty damned funny

 

"throne"  You are smart. Just can't spell. Won't hold it against you. (even tho you are conservative...LOL)

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I'm gonna splurge, and get me a double wide.

Yes, the Iranians.

 

Naw... I'm going towards the north... not quite that far though. :)

Naw... I'm going towards the north... not quite that far though. :)

 

Double wide is fine by me. :)

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Local FEMA camp

 

No Surrender No Retreat and No Compromise

 

Don't need money for that.    :lol:   Pondering:   I wonder if FEMA employees enjoy camping on the weekends?   :huh: 

 

GO RV, and NO BV

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Don't need money for that.    :lol:   Pondering:   I wonder if FEMA employees enjoy camping on the weekends?   :huh: 

 

GO RV, and NO BV

Or if lottery  employees buy lottery tickets............

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