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  1. Wife and I are looking to maybe get away from our bumper pull to something different. Tested out a motorhome but wasn't sold on that. Now considering a 30ft 5th wheel but I need some info. Is it really possible/advisable to ride in a 5th wheel while being towed? How's the ride? Does it require a special hitch setup? Roughly, what's it gonna cost me for the hitch and other items to setup my truck to pull a 5th wheel? Any particular 5th wheel brands or models you recommend?
  2. I don't like abortion. I personally do not see how any woman can do that sort of thing to her own child. BUT it's not a "make or break" issue for this country. The fact is that the vast majority of abortions are performed on inner city minority woman who are too lazy or just unwilling to use other means of birth control. The real issue that's going to bring this country down is mass immigration (legal and illegal). Sorry to sound callous, but I would gladly trade legalizing abortion for strict immigration control any day.
  3. Then they did the same hatchet job on the Suzuki Samurai in the 90's
  4. Some really cool old mines you should check out while you're there
  5. Not much in SoCal. Big Bear has limited riding. It's mostly motorcycle or street legal. Kennedy Meadows is a really nice area but again it's mostly motorcycle or street legal. If you're willing to go farther up to Bishop area, Deadman's creek by Mammoth is nice or Coyote Flats is another really nice area. At Coyote Flats, you can actually ride up to 10 or 11,000 ft. and visit some alpine lakes.
  6. I was in a midwest style sorm in Chino yesterday
  7. 2 different issues here. There are areas that have extensive roads/trails that are legal for OHVs but that don't allow legal OHV access on the paved roads all the way into the local towns or campgrounds. This means that in order to legally access the OHV roads/trails, you have to trailer your stuff from the town or campground to a trailhead. It's a pain, but these areas are still usable. And I can see how an arguement could be made that letting people ride their stuff right into the town or campground might cause problems. Then you have areas with huge networks of dirt roads but those roads are declared to be open to "street legal only". This would include Big Bear and most of the Sierras. This makes no sense to me. How does a SxS or a quad damage a dirt road any more than a jeep? If they are worried about people going off the roads, make THAT illegal. And how is a SxS any easier or more likely to go off road than a jeep? In my experience, the main culprits for going off road are motorcyclists. In that case, dudes on dual-sport bikes can ride in these areas but a SxS can't. It makes no sense to me.
  8. 100% agree. How would anyone even know Danerys was dead unless John told them? Why wouldn't he just quietly slide out of Kings Landing without saying anything to Grey Worm? The other Starks agree to banish John to Nights Watch supposedly so Grey Worm and the unsullied don't kill him. But then, Grey Worm and his dudes get on a ship and leave the continent. Why does John still need to be banished? Sancer refuses to let the North be ruled as part of the seven kingdoms, even though her own effing brother is the king, but the other 6 rulers just say "sure, no problem"? Why are John and the wildlings going to the far, far north to settle with winter supposedly coming? Isn't there a whole lot of territory further south that just got basically depopulated? The story had more holes in it than Nancy Pelosi's head.
  9. His stuff on the Carol Burnett show was some of the graeatest clean comedy bits ever.
  10. Or the new SxS people are out in the dunes lost, stuck, broke down, etc.. and looking to you for help. Don't get me wrong, we are very friendly and don't mind helping others that are truly in need, but if you're gonna go out in the dunes maybe get a GPS? Maybe carry a spare belt and tie rods and learn how to change them? Or at the least, ride with a group that does.
  11. How ironic. Dinesh D'souza made some documentaries ripping on Obama. Then it was found out he made $20,000 in contributions to a friend of his who was running for office when the limit is $10,000. Even though such minor cases are NEVER criminally prosecuted, Obama had the justice dept. prosecute him for a felony and he had to spend 6 months in a minimum security facility.
  12. Always wondered why only Glamis gets the bad rap regarding crowds, drinking, partying, and out of control behavior. Based on the summer weekends I've seen at Pismo, it's every bit as bad, if not worse, than Glamis is on a big holiday weekend.
  13. Can't be San Bernardino. I see no homeless, hookers, or tweakers

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