PolkFest 08 ?

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  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    janmike wrote: »
    What Happened? Did all the Canadians get banned or are you guys justing hiding? Are ye Canadian or are ye other?

    They can't understand you in Quebec!!!:D
  • Systems
    Systems Posts: 14,872
    edited October 2007
    They can't understand you in Quebec!!!:D
    Its the other way around,we can't understand them or atleast the Francophones.:eek: :D
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  • janmike
    janmike Posts: 6,146
    edited October 2007
    GV#27 wrote: »
    Its the other way around,we can't understand them or atleast the Francophones.:eek: :D

    No comment.
    So I am going to have to represent the country solo next year?
    Michael ;)
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  • Systems
    Systems Posts: 14,872
    edited October 2007
    Its a year away so it is hard to make a commitment right now.It sure sounds like it would be alot of fun though.
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  • dorokusai
    dorokusai Posts: 25,531
    edited October 2007
    I pledge to have sex with a goat if 5 Canadians show up for Polkfest 2008. I'll bring the goat.
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  • Polk65
    Polk65 Posts: 1,405
    edited October 2007
    You have sex with a goat every other day. Bring something else.
  • dorokusai
    dorokusai Posts: 25,531
    edited October 2007
    I live in Maryland, not West Virginia. I treat my goat with respect and diginity.
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  • Polk65
    Polk65 Posts: 1,405
    edited October 2007
    I never meant to imply it was the same goat. Dead goat sex is a Florida thing.
  • janmike
    janmike Posts: 6,146
    edited October 2007
    dorokusai wrote: »
    I pledge to have sex with a goat if 5 Canadians show up for Polkfest 2008. I'll bring the goat.

    I have a year to convince people to go. Failing that, I'm going to start a collection for this one. Steve, get your camera ready. :D
    Michael ;)
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  • F1nut
    F1nut Posts: 47,392
    edited October 2007
    dorokusai wrote: »
    I live in Maryland, not West Virginia. I treat my goat with respect and diginity.

    Yeah, he does. It's his sheep that get it every other day. ;)
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  • Polk65
    Polk65 Posts: 1,405
    edited October 2007
    Some years ago I tried filming an African goat ritual over a fence. I fainted.
  • cfrizz
    cfrizz Posts: 13,415
    edited October 2007
    JHC! I don't know whether to laugh or puke!
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  • BaggedLancer
    BaggedLancer Posts: 6,372
    edited October 2007
    How about an Alpaca? The sheep/llama looking thing....
  • shack
    shack Posts: 11,154
    edited October 2007
    There has always been a question as to whether spouses and/or significant others are welcome at Polkfest and whether or not there are other activites for them to participate in if the aren't hard core Polkies. The answer of course is yes they are welcome but they are on their own.

    A new question now seems to be...If I bring my significant other does the host have a fenced in back yard and is there adequate grass for grazing or if not are there any farm feed stores nearby.

    My how things have changed. :rolleyes:
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  • reeltrouble1
    reeltrouble1 Posts: 9,312
    edited October 2007
    My Camel never complained, he just stayed in the tree line away from the strange people.................

    although Booker has been acting a bit strange.....................hhmmmmmmm.........

    RT1
  • cfrizz
    cfrizz Posts: 13,415
    edited October 2007
    Do I even want to know who Booker is?
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  • shack
    shack Posts: 11,154
    edited October 2007
    This is Booker....


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  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    dorokusai wrote: »
    I pledge to have sex with a goat if 5 Canadians show up for Polkfest 2008. I'll bring the goat.

    Can I watch?
  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    shack wrote: »
    This is Booker....


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    I did notice that poor Booker had trouble sitting . . . :eek:
  • reeltrouble1
    reeltrouble1 Posts: 9,312
    edited October 2007
    well, I suppose a trip back to the doggie psychologist to undue his traumatic experiences is in order.........

    RT1
  • cfrizz
    cfrizz Posts: 13,415
    edited October 2007
    Poor Booker. Looks wigged out to me!
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  • shack
    shack Posts: 11,154
    edited October 2007
    cfrizz wrote: »
    Poor Booker. Looks wigged out to me!


    He should....he's 15 years old (pretty old for a Beagle). It's amazing he survived Polkfest!
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  • MacLeod
    MacLeod Posts: 14,358
    edited October 2007
    Outstanding! Polkfest '08 back at Polk HQ?!

    Ill be there for sure for that one! Last time was one of the coolest things Ive ever done - Ill definitely be in for another one. Plus Im not driving something that gets 15 mpg anymore so that 10 hour drive wont hurt so much! :D
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  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    MacLeod wrote: »
    Outstanding! Polkfest '08 back at Polk HQ?!

    Ill be there for sure for that one! Last time was one of the coolest things Ive ever done - Ill definitely be in for another one. Plus Im not driving something that gets 15 mpg anymore so that 10 hour drive wont hurt so much! :D

    I'm happy about it being less than an hour away . . . 14 hours down and 14hours back to and from Georgia although very much fun was exhusting. How can just sitting in moving vehicle cause such fatigue?

    The worst part of the trip back was after driving from Georgia to Maryland, I had to drive another 1 1/2 to Delaware in the deep dark Maryland woods. . .
  • janmike
    janmike Posts: 6,146
    edited October 2007
    Are you telling us those woods are scary Joe?
    Michael ;)
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  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    janmike wrote: »
    Are you telling us those woods are scary Joe?

    Not scary, you can't see two feet in front of the car plus there is always some butthead with their highbeams on behind you and infront of you.

    Maryland drivers leave a lot to be desired!!!:eek::o
  • janmike
    janmike Posts: 6,146
    edited October 2007
    I think you and I discussed their driving habits. :D
    Michael ;)
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  • hearingimpared
    hearingimpared Banned Posts: 21,137
    edited October 2007
    janmike wrote: »
    I think you and I discussed their driving habits. :D

    yeah they drive backwards!:D
  • VR3
    VR3 Posts: 25,950
    edited October 2007
    I hate being in a vehicle in Maryland

    Never understood why people stopped for wrecks on the other side of the road, seperated by a big concrete median...

    But then again, driving in Maryland makes no sense
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  • BaggedLancer
    BaggedLancer Posts: 6,372
    edited October 2007
    Aren't radar detectors illegal there? I thought i remember seeing on one of the gumball videos people getting pulled over for them.
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