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Old 04-28-2019, 09:40 PM   #1
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I am new to the club and I hate to admit that I found this club by trying to find a solution to my problem. I am currently a poor student at Texas A&M in Corpus Christi and am trying to get my Fun Finder X 160 ready to move down here to live in for the next year. I am happy to have found the club!!
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Old 04-29-2019, 01:13 AM   #2
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Hi there! Welcome...regardless of the motivation.. Saw your post for help with air conditioner...unfortunately I don't have a clue. I'm a new T-139 owner and not very knowledgable yet. Perhaps an admin person will respond tomorrow since it's after the weekend. Just thought I'd respond so you knew someone was out here... . Hang in there!
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Old 04-29-2019, 10:33 AM   #3
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Hi there! Welcome...regardless of the motivation.. Saw your post for help with air conditioner...unfortunately I don't have a clue. I'm a new T-139 owner and not very knowledgable yet. Perhaps an admin person will respond tomorrow since it's after the weekend. Just thought I'd respond so you knew someone was out here... . Hang in there!
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Old 05-03-2019, 07:28 PM   #4
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Hi M, welcome to the forum. I hope you can find the help that you need for RV here. I also hope you will be able to get your grades up so you will no longer be a poor student.
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Do they still tell Aggie joaks down in Texas, like they did when I lived there in the early 1960s? I bet they don't -- it has become a very good (and very tough) school in the last 30 years or so.

Hang in there, and welcome to the Club!
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I lived in San Antonio in the early 70's and they were still telling Aggie jokes then. Being an import from Florida at the time, It took me a while to find out what an Aggie was, and then I had respect.
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ChirpZ and Profdant 139, yes they still tell Aggie jokes...thank God I am an Islander 😂 Once I get my BSN I wonít be poor anymore. Iím learning about the RV little by little. I found out I have to charge the battery to get the propane lit for the refrigerator. I got what I need to test all of the fuses and circuits, a 30 ft 30 amp RV extension cord and found a guy at church who has a 30 amp RV hookup at his house that he uses for his RV and he is going to help me go through mine to make sure everything is in order. I am VERY happy!!
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Huh? What is an 'aggie' joke?
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They were derogatory in nature -- supposedly, the students at Texas A&M were not very bright. I doubt if that was ever true, but it certainly is not today.

So here is a typical offering:

How many Aggies does it take to eat an armadillo?

Two. One to hold the spoon, and one to direct traffic.

(If you have ever driven over a former armadillo, you will understand why this joke was funny when I was a ten year old kid in Texas.)
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They were derogatory in nature -- supposedly, the students at Texas A&M were not very bright. I doubt if that was ever true, but it certainly is not today.

So here is a typical offering:

How many Aggies does it take to eat an armadillo?

Two. One to hold the spoon, and one to direct traffic.

(If you have ever driven over a former armadillo, you will understand why this joke was funny when I was a ten year old kid in Texas.)
Having traveled in Texas and Oklahoma some time ago, I did see lots of road kill armadillos along the Oklahoma interstate going north from Dallas ... but what is an "aggie?"
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