Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 21 to 35 of 35

Thread: Mr V Missing in Action

  1. #21
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    All RV joking aside, when I was a working stiff, my boss had 2 different one. I wouldn't want one.
    And most people who work don't want them either. I never did. They're a big waste of money and are a maintenance nightmare, not to mention that they come with all the problems of a vehicle and home combined. The registration fees in most states are stupid, then there's insurance. If I were to register my Class A here in Az. they'd be getting close to $20k/yr. That's why I use my SD property for it, which makes it "only" $800/yr. And finally you have to find a place to pay to park it if your HOA doesn't allow it, which mine here doesn't. Oh....and you have to accept the 5-10mpg in diesel (or gas) whether it's a motor home or fifth wheel/camper.

    But you do see a lot of these things out on the roads and in the RV parks, regardless. Some younger people drive them, but after talking to some of them in the parks it's mostly a fleeting infatuation that they can't wait to rid themselves of because of the cost.

    That's why so many retirees are seen in them. Basically, aside from the wealthy, we're the only type people who can afford them. You see a lot of RV's in the $10k to $50k range, which most retirees can handle, albeit the added cost of operation and maintenance.. But there's also a growing number of 6 and 7-figure rigs out there that are a result of our skyrocketing retirement accounts. Go out on the country's highways--you'll see thousands of them and millions if you stop at the parks. They're not being driven by people under 59-1/2 (which is when the 10% 401k withdrawal penalty ends). And you know what else? Most of these people frequent casinos.

    The Cousin Eddie thing is funny, but the only place you'll see a slob like him is at Ellis Island.

    I have some friends with family in South Dakota -- in fact they own a ranch. Big family - 12 kids, now all adults. You know, I bet one of them would be within hailing distance of that $1.5 million beauty. It'd be great to pose with a photo -- you know, not many forum folks have actually seen a $1.5 million RV. It sure would pretty up the forum -- much more than cramped garage and retro CB photos.

    LOL.

    Yeah, and mickey parked his $2.5 million RV in Idaho. Not allowed to cross state lines because it's worth so much, it's considered money laundering.

    Now if only the anti-AP folks extended their questions a smidgeon to all alleged winning gamblers, then I'm sure some dudes would have questions for Rob regarding his $1.5 million RV. Surely we won't have crickets.

    Hey, Mr. Mendelson, surely you've seen the $1.5 million RV, right?

    Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Advisor (www.lasvegasadvisor.com) has the Ellis Island steak dinner listed as its top value. The folks at the Las Vegas Advisor must all be slobs. That's why the Travel Channel puts them on TV.
    Once again you choose to display your hatred and jealousy in another Martian-rant. Take your blood pressure pills and relax.....And just how obsessed with me can a person be anyway. Think about what the others see whenever you post--which is always and only about me. And all because I exposed your stupid solicitation scheme when you were sweating bullets hoping I wouldn't say anything.

    The only place Alan's seen my big RV is right here. You already know spock has been frantically looking for it AND FOUND IT AGAIN, or else he'd be making things up like you do.

    But let's think about this. If you finally saw the pic, the first words out of your envious mouth would be "ha!--how do we know that's yours!". And if I put up the SD registration, all you and at that point likely a few other nervous little people, would say "bs--you photoshopped most of it!" But most of all, if Alan were to see it up close and report it, you fools would say "Alan's a big fat liar!"

    We already have a few AP-attempts at dry humor over the Wi-Fi I use--which is Cox 300 and Cox gigiblast in my two homes here, and I use a Verizon hot-spot on the road in both the rig and the camper. It's all a cut below what Cousin Eddie has and uses I know, and he doesn't need to sneak around stealing 30 & 50 amp feeds. But I'm a beginner.
    Last edited by Rob.Singer; 03-06-2019 at 04:46 PM.

  2. #22
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post

    And most people who work don't want them either. I never did. They're a big waste of money and are a maintenance nightmare, not to mention that they come with all the problems of a vehicle and home combined. The registration fees in most states are stupid, then there's insurance. If I were to register my Class A here in Az. they'd be getting close to $20k/yr. That's why I use my SD property for it, which makes it "only" $800/yr. And finally you have to find a place to pay to park it if your HOA doesn't allow it, which mine here doesn't. Oh....and you have to accept the 5-10mpg in diesel (or gas) whether it's a motor home or fifth wheel/camper.

    But you do see a lot of these things out on the roads and in the RV parks, regardless. Some younger people drive them, but after talking to some of them in the parks it's mostly a fleeting infatuation that they can't wait to rid themselves of because of the cost.

    That's why so many retirees are seen in them. Basically, aside from the wealthy, we're the only type people who can afford them. You see a lot of RV's in the $10k to $50k range, which most retirees can handle, albeit the added cost of operation and maintenance.. But there's also a growing number of 6 and 7-figure rigs out there that are a result of our skyrocketing retirement accounts. Go out on the country's highways--you'll see thousands of them and millions if you stop at the parks. They're not being driven by people under 59-1/2 (which is when the 10% 401k withdrawal penalty ends). And you know what else? Most of these people frequent casinos.

    The Cousin Eddie thing is funny, but the only place you'll see a slob like him is at Ellis Island.

    I have some friends with family in South Dakota -- in fact they own a ranch. Big family - 12 kids, now all adults. You know, I bet one of them would be within hailing distance of that $1.5 million beauty. It'd be great to pose with a photo -- you know, not many forum folks have actually seen a $1.5 million RV. It sure would pretty up the forum -- much more than cramped garage and retro CB photos.

    LOL.

    Yeah, and mickey parked his $2.5 million RV in Idaho. Not allowed to cross state lines because it's worth so much, it's considered money laundering.

    Now if only the anti-AP folks extended their questions a smidgeon to all alleged winning gamblers, then I'm sure some dudes would have questions for Rob regarding his $1.5 million RV. Surely we won't have crickets.

    Hey, Mr. Mendelson, surely you've seen the $1.5 million RV, right?

    Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Advisor (www.lasvegasadvisor.com) has the Ellis Island steak dinner listed as its top value. The folks at the Las Vegas Advisor must all be slobs. That's why the Travel Channel puts them on TV.
    Once again you choose to display your hatred and jealousy in another Martian-rant. Take your blood pressure pills and relax.....And just how obsessed with me can a person be anyway. Think about what the others see whenever you post--which is always and only about me. And all because I exposed your stupid solicitation scheme when you were sweating bullets hoping I wouldn't say anything.

    The only place Alan's seen my big RV is right here. You already know spock has been frantically looking for it AND FOUND IT AGAIN, or else he'd be making things up like you do.

    But let's think about this. If you finally saw the pic, the first words out of your envious mouth would be "ha!--how do we know that's yours!". And if I put up the SD registration, all you and at that point likely a few other nervous little people, would say "bs--you photoshopped most of it!" But most of all, if Alan were to see it up close and report it, you fools would say "Alan's a big fat liar!"

    We already have a few AP-attempts at dry humor over the Wi-Fi I use--which is Cox 300 and Cox gigiblast in my two homes here, and I use a Verizon hot-spot on the road in both the rig and the camper. It's all a cut below what Cousin Eddie has and uses I know, and he doesn't need to sneak around stealing 30 & 50 amp feeds. But I'm a beginner.

    You know, Rob, that reward for any evidence of solicitation still stands. It's a shame you don't save emails, or text messages, or phone messages, or print messages....

    Just bad luck, I guess.

  3. #23
    Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    On my other forum, we had an older posted named "delaware" who disappeared a few times for no reason, for long periods of time. This was someone who was routinely active, and then would just vanish.

    Every time we thought he died, and then he'd pop back up.

    Then he disappeared again about 3 years ago, and a member found that indeed delaware had really died -- obituary and all.

    That was sad.
    Such a shame what happened to cmoney.
    #FreeTyde

  4. #24
    Looks like V logged in on the 3rd at WoV but didn’t post. I believe if someone stays logged in and then goes to the site, they are shown as a visit. Could be he just hit the site and it showed as a visit. Maybe he just walked away from these sites.

    It’s how Mission figured out Freddy was 1BB a few years ago as he would visit WoV in the morning and it would show up as a visit even though he was Nuked. Then he would post commentary as Freddy a few minutes later on another site. Not proof, but more than circumstancial evidence.

    Still hoping everything is OK with V and he posts something here or there.

  5. #25
    Originally Posted by The Boz View Post
    Looks like V logged in on the 3rd at WoV but didnít post. I believe if someone stays logged in and then goes to the site, they are shown as a visit. Could be he just hit the site and it showed as a visit. Maybe he just walked away from these sites.

    Itís how Mission figured out Freddy was 1BB a few years ago as he would visit WoV in the morning and it would show up as a visit even though he was Nuked. Then he would post commentary as Freddy a few minutes later on another site. Not proof, but more than circumstancial evidence.

    Still hoping everything is OK with V and he posts something here or there.
    Really Boz, are you this concerned? Would you go to his wake? Would you go to my wake? After all I'm closer.

  6. #26
    Interesting how nervous these anonymous WoVers become over whether, where, or how often each of them post or don't post here or especially elsewhere. The quality of life within that endeavor must be astonishing.

  7. #27
    Originally Posted by blackhole View Post
    Originally Posted by The Boz View Post
    Looks like V logged in on the 3rd at WoV but didnít post. I believe if someone stays logged in and then goes to the site, they are shown as a visit. Could be he just hit the site and it showed as a visit. Maybe he just walked away from these sites.

    Itís how Mission figured out Freddy was 1BB a few years ago as he would visit WoV in the morning and it would show up as a visit even though he was Nuked. Then he would post commentary as Freddy a few minutes later on another site. Not proof, but more than circumstancial evidence.

    Still hoping everything is OK with V and he posts something here or there.
    Really Boz, are you this concerned? Would you go to his wake? Would you go to my wake? After all I'm closer.
    Yea, I am. Sorry that bothers you. I actually live my life in the real world like I live this one. And those that know me can vouch for it. I go to extremes both ways for people.

  8. #28
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Interesting how nervous these anonymous WoVers become over whether, where, or how often each of them post or don't post here or especially elsewhere. The quality of life within that endeavor must be astonishing.
    Words of Wisdom from Pahrump Pete.

  9. #29
    I do not miss members who Kill Frogs and Beat the Homeless with Baseball Bats.
    Nor do I miss members who think that Divorce Lawyers are superior compared to others and doing good in the world.
    I certainly do not miss anyone who tells the homeless they have money as they walk away thinking they are above their fellow man.

  10. #30
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I do not miss members who Kill Frogs and Beat the Homeless with Baseball Bats.
    Nor do I miss members who think that Divorce Lawyers are superior compared to others and doing good in the world.
    I certainly do not miss anyone who tells the homeless they have money as they walk away thinking they are above their fellow man.
    And I see all of these a good time.

    Meanwhile you see not robbing a ďdrunkĒ Axel as a good deed.

    Nice to see where we all stand.

    Sad, because we could have had good discussions in person.

    But I would have wanted nothing in return but to pick your brain.

    And I envy not being able to be at the Axel, Monet, ZK meeting. Obviously wouldnít have added much, other than a history of the ability to negotiate through the lost opportunities of money left on the table for everyone.

    Ok friends, better partners, only trust left to be resolved.

  11. #31
    Platinum
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Location
    Stumptown
    Posts
    1,881
    All is well with me and mine here in Stumptown.

    I've avoided posting as an aid to helping me curb my zeal for casino play; it seems to me anyway that posting about gambling on these boards "fuels the fire" for me.

    I need to rein things in a bit as I have been betting more and enjoying it less.

    No, I'm not quitting, just giving myself a dose of "tough love."

    Happy variance to all!

    Name:  sc58o.jpg
Views: 117
Size:  78.6 KB
    What, Me Worry?

  12. #32
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    All is well with me and mine here in Stumptown.

    I've avoided posting as an aid to helping me curb my zeal for casino play; it seems to me anyway that posting about gambling on these boards "fuels the fire" for me.

    I need to rein things in a bit as I have been betting more and enjoying it less.

    No, I'm not quitting, just giving myself a dose of "tough love."

    Happy variance to all!

    Name:  sc58o.jpg
Views: 117
Size:  78.6 KB
    Glad you're OK. I,too do much better when I leave ahead-even a small amount- and stay away from the forum posts. It makes one feel out of touch if you don't match what some claim to do. Strange how that works.

  13. #33
    I am also glad you are well, V.

  14. #34

  15. #35
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Originally Posted by jbjb View Post
    All RV joking aside, when I was a working stiff, my boss had 2 different one. I wouldn't want one.
    And most people who work don't want them either. I never did. They're a big waste of money and are a maintenance nightmare, not to mention that they come with all the problems of a vehicle and home combined. The registration fees in most states are stupid, then there's insurance. If I were to register my Class A here in Az. they'd be getting close to $20k/yr. That's why I use my SD property for it, which makes it "only" $800/yr. And finally you have to find a place to pay to park it if your HOA doesn't allow it, which mine here doesn't. Oh....and you have to accept the 5-10mpg in diesel (or gas) whether it's a motor home or fifth wheel/camper.

    But you do see a lot of these things out on the roads and in the RV parks, regardless. Some younger people drive them, but after talking to some of them in the parks it's mostly a fleeting infatuation that they can't wait to rid themselves of because of the cost.

    That's why so many retirees are seen in them. Basically, aside from the wealthy, we're the only type people who can afford them. You see a lot of RV's in the $10k to $50k range, which most retirees can handle, albeit the added cost of operation and maintenance.. But there's also a growing number of 6 and 7-figure rigs out there that are a result of our skyrocketing retirement accounts. Go out on the country's highways--you'll see thousands of them and millions if you stop at the parks. They're not being driven by people under 59-1/2 (which is when the 10% 401k withdrawal penalty ends). And you know what else? Most of these people frequent casinos.

    The Cousin Eddie thing is funny, but the only place you'll see a slob like him is at Ellis Island.
    A lot of RV'ers in Montana in the summer. They get to see some decent scenery but some of those RV parks are a joke. They pack them in like sardines. No space at all between RV's.
    Hate crime hoaxes? The left's demand for biggots greatly exceeds the supply.

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. Class action lawsuit being started against Reno hotels regarding resort fees
    By Dan Druff in forum California/Western US Casinos
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 12-05-2018, 09:37 AM
  2. Replies: 3
    Last Post: 05-05-2015, 03:25 PM
  3. Slotmachine action
    By Vegas_lover in forum Las Vegas
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 11-22-2014, 05:16 AM
  4. Paying a discounted price for casino action.
    By Alan Mendelson in forum California/Western US Casinos
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 02-01-2014, 02:56 PM
  5. Special dates coming up for casino action.
    By Alan Mendelson in forum Las Vegas
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: 12-10-2012, 04:59 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •