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RE: You can't make me

Believe that all laws/regulations/statutes/fiats should all be enforced equally. Believe that driving 70 mph in a 60 mph zone is as bad as passing a stopped school bus. On Edit: Corrected misspelling.
fj12ryder 08/11/20 03:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: You can't make me

Not question authority.
fj12ryder 08/11/20 12:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

And Sturgis is in South Dakota, not North Dakota. Yep.... I know, but typed it wrong and didn't proof read! ha, ha! Thanks!LOL
fj12ryder 08/10/20 07:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

Fjryder I am wondering how you know you had it since you have never been tested.I had nearly every symptom, loss of taste and smell, bad dreams upon falling asleep, severe fatigue, low grade fever, severe and uncontrollable dry coughing. Worst flu I ever had, and like nothing I've ever had in over 70 years.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 07:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

Wrong again. Positive test 6.9% per John's HopkinsJust depends, not all places test the same percentage. Pick and choose. I chose between 2-3%, but even at 6.9%, that works out to less than 1400 positives out of 20,000 people. Barely a blip. And a very low percentage of those positives will even show symptoms. As I said, a blip.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 07:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

All those people in Sturgis will be going back to their state/city of residence. So it's very possible that some areas will see an increase in positive testing. Whether that leads to more sick people is anybody's guess. This thing is going to be around for a long time, either get used to it or just go into hiding. And FWIW, if those people all were tested, and the testing runs as it normally does, there would be about 400 positive tests. Not necessarily sick people, just positive tests. Positive tests run about 2-3%. And Sturgis is in South Dakota, not North Dakota.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 06:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

I had the virus back just after Christmas, and amazingly enough survived just fine. Had all the symptoms, got tested for the Flu A & B, negative, X-rayed for pneumonia, negative. Was sick for a couple weeks but recovered, just like 99% of the people who actually test positive for it. I never got tested because they didn't know what it was. I was prescribed an inhalant, and steroids, pretty normal treatment for a "sever upper respiratory infection", which is what I had. It can be serious for people with underlying conditions, not so much for most of the rest of us. If you don't go now, you'll regret it. Live life, don't cower away from it.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 05:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Should we cancel Myrtle Beach Trip

Not a chance I wouldn't go. Life's too short to worry and second guess, go and have a good time.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 02:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Replacing Power Awning Fabric

I went with the 15 oz. vinyl.
fj12ryder 08/10/20 06:30am Tech Issues
RE: a mix and match electric vehicle

Reisender Now, if they make it self driving...Or even if they make it at all. :) So far just more vaporware.
fj12ryder 08/08/20 12:02pm Tech Issues
RE: Think your're good at backing? Think again.......

That kind of "skill" always makes me consider how much time they spent to get to be able to do that. I guess there are worse ways to waste your time. Kind of like watching the stuntahs go through their repertoire.
fj12ryder 08/07/20 03:27pm Towing
RE: Replacing Power Awning Fabric

If you didn't like doing the manual awning, it's likely you won't like doing an electric one either. :) I watched videos on how to do it, and decided I would spend a few bucks and have someone do it. I bought the fabric and had it installed. I think it cost $150 or so to have it done. Well worth it IMO. I got the material from Shade Pro. Excellent quality at a reasonable, I thought, price.
fj12ryder 08/07/20 03:21pm Tech Issues
RE: Leather Sofa Or Fabric Sofa?

No offense, but the blanket statement that "They (cloth covered sofas) are less comfortable as compared to leather sofas", is one person's opinion, not shared by many, many people. The comfort of a sofa, or chair, is based on much more than just the covering material.
fj12ryder 08/07/20 03:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: Leather Sofa Or Fabric Sofa?

Personally I prefer the feel of cloth. Just personal preference.
fj12ryder 08/07/20 06:55am Around the Campfire
RE: DeWalt vs Milwaukee

I believe the batteries are the same for brush-type and brushless. Yes, the need to charge the batteries is infrequent.
fj12ryder 08/07/20 06:52am Around the Campfire
RE: DeWalt vs Milwaukee

For just normal usage around the house and garage, I can't see the benefit of spending the extra money. Mine are not brushless and have built and repaired a couple good sized decks, and other work around the place and show no signs of giving up any time soon. Use the money saved to buy a few more tools. :)
fj12ryder 08/06/20 08:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: a mix and match electric vehicle

Wow, what did we ever do before Photoshop? :) That is not Photoshop That is solid modeling design Concept modeling, prototype design You put in the design dimensions The software shows you what it will look likePota-to, potah-to. The main thing is it's all imaginary. Hi-tech, low-tech, same result.
fj12ryder 08/06/20 02:26pm Tech Issues
RE: a mix and match electric vehicle

Wow, what did we ever do before Photoshop? :)
fj12ryder 08/05/20 07:34pm Tech Issues
RE: over nite stops

I'll have to admit I have mixed emotions on this subject. The rest areas are built and paid for with public monies. And while I see no sense in having cars park in spots that are obviously designed for trucks, if there's no other space it hardly seems fair that they should be forced to move on just in case a full sized truck comes rolling in. I never parked in truck spots when I was in a car, but if I'm pulling my 40' toyhauler, I'll park where I can fit. JMO of course.
fj12ryder 08/05/20 07:29pm Around the Campfire
RE: Lippert Tire Linc TPMS - anybody have one?

Lippert....???? !!!! TST is a known entityAnd twice the price. I say give it a shot and report back. Nothing ventured nothing gained. Maybe it won't have an hour delay when you lose sensor communication with the monitor. :)
fj12ryder 08/04/20 08:58pm Technology Corner
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