Heard You Guys Are Placing Bets?

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Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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I heard a rumor today that some of you are betting on how long it takes for me to kick my boyfriend off my truck once we start teaming. So come on guys, I wanna hear the predictions.

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We get to Sprimo 2/11 to start teaming.

I never told you this... but I met him here!!! I posted a "come meet me for dinner" thread and he showed up. You guys teased him that he didnt get a pic of us together so you didn't believe it. So he came back to see me again and we really hit it off.

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Thank you all for giving me my boyfriend LOL

Cantankerous Amicus's Comment
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Over two hours since this was posted and no other replies? Everybody must be very busy driving today!

PackRat's Comment
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It was I that started this rumor, but since you wish to post about it,

22 Days +/- 3 days.

Turtle Protege (formerly 's Comment
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So, I found the "want to meet me for dinner" thread. So I might have an idea of who it is.

As far odds of Kearsey kicking him off her truck, I think there is a lot more to this scenario than meets the eye.

Given Rainy's reputation as a tough Jersey gal, I'd say there's other time frames for betting: how long before he begs to get off the truck and then how long before he actually escapes the dungeon.

I'll make a spreadsheet with all three scenarios and share the link. Everyone can fill in the appropriate cell for their bet.

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Turtle's Comment
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Don't forget the over/under, Rob.

Based on Packrat's current prediction of 22 days, I'd have to go with the over. Kearsey is a smart gal. She'll put up with him for at least a month, driving him like a mule in order to take a shot at Team of the Month before unceremoniously giving him the boot. Plus he'll simply be too afraid of incurring the Wrath of Rainy to speak up and/or complain.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Don't forget the over/under, Rob.

Based on Packrat's current prediction of 22 days, I'd have to go with the over. Kearsey is a smart gal. She'll put up with him for at least a month, driving him like a mule in order to take a shot at Team of the Month before unceremoniously giving him the boot. Plus he'll simply be too afraid of incurring the Wrath of Rainy to speak up and/or complain.

Over as well.

(He'll still be in the dungeon in 22 days +/- a few)...

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Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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So, I found the "want to meet me for dinner" thread. So I might have an idea of who it is.

As far odds of Kearsey kicking him off her truck, I think there is a lot more to this scenario than meets the eye.

Given Rainy's reputation as a tough Jersey gal, I'd say there's other time frames for betting: how long before he begs to get off the truck and then how long before he actually escapes the dungeon.

I'll make a spreadsheet with all three scenarios and share the link. Everyone can fill in the appropriate cell for their bet.

I'm still trying to figure out the 'whom' (victim) myself, Rob. That would weigh my guesstimate greatly... :) It's a toss'up between two maybes, haha!

*Sorry, Rainy . . . all in fun~!* (at least by 'me' .. anyhow!)

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EPU:

Electric Auxiliary Power Units

Electric APUs have started gaining acceptance. These electric APUs use battery packs instead of the diesel engine on traditional APUs as a source of power. The APU's battery pack is charged when the truck is in motion. When the truck is idle, the stored energy in the battery pack is then used to power an air conditioner, heater, and other devices

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Et tu, Anne? Et tu?

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thanks these were great!

PS he is a former Marine taught to Adapt and Overcome. He thinks he can overcome me..... hahahhahahahhaha

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PJ's Comment
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All I am going to say is this will be a tremendous adjustment time. It will take a good 2 plus months of just getting used to the new situation. I’ve been going through it myself. I wish you the best with it Rainy

Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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Et tu, Anne? Et tu?

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thanks these were great!

PS he is a former Marine taught to Adapt and Overcome. He thinks he can overcome me..... hahahhahahahhaha

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Marque Dos, Rainy~! (Kearsey) ....

Okay, think I've got it. :) Just wow; now I AMMMMM jealous!!!!

ps: If you meet a man that can 'overcome and conquer' you, that'd be a FIRST~!!! ;)

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