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Old 09-24-2014, 06:40 PM   #1
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Camground screw up

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.
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Old 09-24-2014, 06:43 PM   #2
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That is undoubtedly a candidate for the "Boneheaded RV Moment" thread!
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I am glad you weren't watching the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" or they would have thought you were clear cutting the campground.
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Thank God no one here would watch adult flicks and pipe it outside!
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Thank God no one here would watch adult flicks and pipe it outside!
if that was the case he would have had a crowd outside
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Old 09-24-2014, 08:27 PM   #7
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Thank God no one here would watch adult flicks and pipe it outside!

There's a story on here somewhere where someone's "friend" did just that very thing! Watching some good quality adult entertainment with the outside speakers on the whole time!

I am so OCD about my speaker settings because of this. DW makes fun of me because I'll check it like 10 times during a movie!
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:49 PM   #8
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There are three buttons that control which speakers are on in my Eagle. It is really easy to turn on the wrong ones. Since I never use the outside speakers I think I'll disconnect them...
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oops!
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I absolutely LOVE this story!! That's awesome! I think this is the best camp "oops" story I've ever read.

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