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Old 09-24-2014, 10:36 PM   #11
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Did the same thing this summer - except we were watching "Deadwood", which as you may know, features a LOT of "salty" language those prospectors used....
yikes how embarrassing! At least the CG management did not darken our door. But I am sure there were a lot of kids that impressed their parents with their new vocabulary the next day.....
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Old 09-24-2014, 11:03 PM   #12
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So Donna and I were camping earlier this week and it was kind of cold so we decided to stay in and watch a movie. We didn't have a lot of choices and we decided on a horror movie called The Wolfman Strikes. Turned the movie on and couldn't hear it very well so I kept turning in up until we could hear it but not well. Turned it up all the way and we were able to watch and hear it (barely). I figured there was something wrong with the movie audio or something. Around 9:15 PM, there was a banging on the trailer door. The camp ground security guy told me my outside speakers were on and he could hear the movie down at the main gate. Turns out I had only the outside speakers on full blast and the wolf howling at the moon along with the sounds of the wolf killing people was being broadcast thru-out the campground. I think I will be known as Wolf Man Jack from now on at Maple Park Campground.
Sound like a howling good time......you would have probably gotten away with it at Halloween...lol
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Old 09-25-2014, 09:14 AM   #13
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How far into the movie had you gotten by 9:15? If a neighbor of mine had done that, I would have knocked shortly after the movie started just to make sure they knew their outside speakers were on. "Howdy, you want a beer? BTW, did you know your outside speakers are on and the whole CG can hear what you're watching?"

I can't believe it took CG Security until 9:15 to bring this to your attention... I would hope a neighbor would tell me if I were doing that.
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Star Trek II Wrath of Kahn for us. Turned out the guy next to us was a devout "Trekkie".
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Old 09-25-2014, 05:36 PM   #15
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Now I don't care what anybody says.....that there is funny!
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Old 09-25-2014, 06:29 PM   #16
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Now that is funny
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Old 09-25-2014, 06:34 PM   #17
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My wife and I were camping a few weeks ago up in the North GA mountains. I heard a little girl say, "Grandpa, can I have a hotdog?" I looked out the window and saw a nicely dressed old man snatching a hotdog off my grill and giving it to the little girl. He even opened the bag of buns and put the dog on a bun for her. I did not know these people and I was speechless. I hope she enjoyed my hotdog. I sure didn't know what to say which is usual for me! If I hadn't been so shocked I might have got mad.
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Old 09-25-2014, 06:59 PM   #18
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The guard came by the next evening and wanted to know what the movie was going to be. They took it really well and said that this was a really common occurrence. The girls in the office had a good laugh about it when I checked out. They did tae my reservations for next year so I guess all is well.
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That is really out there. I cannot imagine the gall, but being a grandpa of a little girl, I kinda understand because I would give here anything she asked me for.
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My Grandmother had dementia and this was in the back of my mind when I saw the old gentleman give the little girl a hotdog. I thought that maybe the old guy had dementia or something to so I gave him the benefit of the doubt. Besides, I didn't want to get the little girl upset... If she had asked me for a hotdog I would have given her one.
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