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Date:         Sat, 18 Sep 2004 20:09:39 -0700
Reply-To:     jbange <hfinn@INGRATES.NET>
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From:         jbange <hfinn@INGRATES.NET>
Subject:      Re: Harrowing Vanagon Honeymoon Adventure
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>Isn't this the same story we discussed last year? Didn't we decide the >driver was a putz? > >-- Gnarlie

I wasn't around last year, but I think we can safely say that yeah, that guy is a complete dope. If the part where he parks in sand isn't bad enough, this part surely guarantees him some sort of prize: "But the heat in the van can't compete, it gets cold, and ice begins to build up on the windshield. We somehow make it to the top of this mountain road and begin our descent. I'm thinking, "As long as we're going straight we should be okay." And then the car slides..." All right Captain Genius! Driving down a mountain road in icing conditions without chains! It's amazing how much "bad luck" can actually be pinned on "bad judgement".

John Bange '90 Vanagon "Geldsauger"

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