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Old 11-11-2012, 01:10 PM   #41
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Well, if you guys had good experiences with f150s, you certainly

must be lucky. My f150 was the most expensive, and most POS

vehicle I EVER had, and I've had a lot of Dodges.

Dealership customer service and factory support were sh*tty, too.
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my true absolutes are very simple.

1) the faith i have in GOD, first and foremost.

2) the Constitution and the Bible are my sources for making decisions.

3) my family is something i cherish and respect, and will defend to my dying breath.

4) my wife is the best part of my life and my best friend.

5) my dogs and cats are part of my family and are treated like they are my children.

6) i absolutely will always own and drive a truck and preferably a Dodge!

7) i think C & W and southern rock is the music of the common average working man.

8) i believe guns are a part of my life and have had huge impact on the way i choose to live my life, so therefor they will always be a part of my life.

9) i choose to do the right thing, even when i know it's more difficult, because it's the right choice to make. as adults, we are judged by the choices we make.

10) and i absolutely would rather live out in a rural area, rather than a big city!
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The absolutes for me;

1) The most important things in life are unseen and only felt.

2) The legacy you leave to this world is your children, they are a mirror of you, raise them well.

3) Good friends are hard to come by, be one to keep one.

4) Forgive often, life is tough and you will be disappointed many times by people, let it go and move on.

5) Have thick skin for reason #4, it will carry you thru the tough times.

6) The most important thing to have in life, a good mind. To be able to keep it together when shtf or the unimaginable happens.
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Death and taxes are the only absolutes.
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International Harvester is the best... The Farmall series, The Scout, and the M1 Garand... 'Nuff said....
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6) i absolutely will always own and drive a truck and preferably a Dodge!
You are on to something here. I got my first pickup truck, and

have never owned a car since...
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