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Old 07-26-2007, 04:46 PM   #1
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Old 07-26-2007, 04:56 PM   #2
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Bet Mom & Dad are going to regret leaving Jr. home while they went on vacation...
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Old 07-26-2007, 05:13 PM   #3
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I liked the part when he first drove through the stickie. The walls shattered, but the good ole' jalousie window was still intact!
Boys, cars, and beers. This had to turn ugly. They can't be all that bad, at least it wasn't fiberglass!

(On edit - I mean to say that it was interesting that the parts that we would have found in our type of trailers, like the windows, seemed more sturdy than the actual body construction of this type of trailer)
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Old 07-26-2007, 06:11 PM   #4
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I guess I have no sense of humor. All I could think of is what kind of people have we become that we get so much enjoyment out of destroying things? These are probably the same kind of people who grafitti my neighborhood and vandalize our school. To me it's sad and a little bit scary. And who picked up the mess when they were finished? My son tells me I take things too seriously. I don't know if he's right or not...
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My son tells me I take things too seriously. I don't know if he's right or not...
The older I get, the more serious I get...
Maybe I wouldn't be so serious if I could afford to waste property.
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Old 07-26-2007, 09:15 PM   #6
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Old 07-26-2007, 11:46 PM   #7
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From their website:

Juckfest 3.0 is a film documenting the annual festival celebrated by roughly 30 "Juckets" from Southeastern Massachusetts. It displays the 2006 trip to Winchester, NH. The movie is filled with beer, trucks, pain, suffering, and even a bit of fireworks. It's available for just $6.

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Not Trailer Park Boys.

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And from "Juckfest" website:

Started in the spring of 2004 by Jon Hatch, Juckfest is the premier outlet for Jucket activities. Originally a bunch of highschool kids just looking for a place to go off roading and dirtbiking, Juckfest became the ultimate time for anyone; as long as they aren't female. This may seem sexist but hey there's nothing wrong with being sexy. There is a lot of alcohol, mud, and blood at Juckfest. It's so cool. You could only be so lucky as to be invited as it is an invite-only event. YOW.

There have been 4 years of Juckfest already and we're looking for a new place to go next year.

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Okay, not here.

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Kinda sad really. I saw some perfectly good windows that would have made a nice addition to someone's fiberglass trailer.
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...Juckfest became the ultimate time for anyone; as long as they aren't female. This may seem sexist but hey there's nothing wrong with being sexy. There is a lot of alcohol, mud, and blood at Juckfest. It's so cool.
These guys have obviously not met any of the handy, witty, and all around great ladies who own fiberglass trailers (and hopefully never will)

If my son ever acted like that....
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I don't know, guess I go to the beat of a differant drummer, I kept thinking that I'd like to have that old Caddy....it would be a great old car to fix up....and you know, folks get a pretty price for them when they do restore them.
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