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#4103836 - 04/02/21 11:48 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: Ponyguy]
Ponyguy Offline

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Originally Posted By Ponyguy
And I took it to Sioux Falls for a week's visit with our grandkids, along with some serious time at Falls Park, then on through the Iowa 80 Truck Stop on the way back home... I forgot who I sent it to afterwards... that was a couple of years ago... shrug

WAIT!
I think I gave it to Mr. CrownBen!
I remember meeting with him at the Clinic's parking lot and we jabbered for a little while before my doctor's appointment...

As you were...

Carry on...
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#4103866 - 04/03/21 03:41 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Keep it small.
CVNers are cheap.
Postage is not.
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#4103954 - 04/04/21 04:34 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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I have a few leftover openers, I can just send another to whomever.
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#4104038 - 04/05/21 10:21 AM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Originally Posted By a_d_a_m
Keep it small.
CVNers are cheap.
Postage is not.

laugh LOL. this statement has been fat-checked to be true by independent fatcheckers.


Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
I have a few leftover openers, I can just send another to whomever.

Yeah this is great, this way people can add a little keychain from where they are from, the heavier it gets the more you gotta pay to play.
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#4104066 - 04/05/21 01:00 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: GoldPanther]
bluejay_32 Offline
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Originally Posted By GoldPanther
Originally Posted By a_d_a_m
Keep it small.
CVNers are cheap.
Postage is not.

laugh LOL. this statement has been fat-checked to be true by independent fatcheckers.

Fat-checked?



Alright you cheap tubby bastards . . .


Originally Posted By GoldPanther
Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
I have a few leftover openers, I can just send another to whomever.

Yeah this is great, this way people can add a little keychain from where they are from, the heavier it gets the more you gotta pay to play.

We did that.
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That's about as savage as buttered white bread.

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#4104102 - 04/05/21 07:02 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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If we're doing another round, I want to be included again. And whoever gets it first needs to start a new thread.
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#4104114 - 04/05/21 08:46 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: bluejay_32]
GoldPanther Offline
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Originally Posted By bluejay_32
Originally Posted By GoldPanther
Originally Posted By a_d_a_m
Keep it small.
CVNers are cheap.
Postage is not.

laugh LOL. this statement has been fat-checked to be true by independent fatcheckers.

Fat-checked?



Alright you cheap tubby bastards . . .


Originally Posted By GoldPanther
Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
I have a few leftover openers, I can just send another to whomever.

Yeah this is great, this way people can add a little keychain from where they are from, the heavier it gets the more you gotta pay to play.

We did that.


Yeah fact checkers, that was my poor attempt of a joke.

I know we did that, I was there, I'm just making it clear for cheap guys so they know what they are getting into.
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#4104180 - 04/06/21 02:29 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: JeffBoudah]
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
I have a few leftover openers, I can just send another to whomever.

I can't find the last one you sent; I suspect Mrs. Dude tossed it out.
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#4104300 - 04/07/21 09:46 AM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
JeffBoudah Offline
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So whoever wants it PM me. I'll start a new one. As far as the trinkets accumulating weight.... Maybe just attach something small for the next person? Like a pay it forward thing.
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#4104304 - 04/07/21 10:10 AM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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What about stickers? They're cheap, light weight and everyone can pick something that represents them.
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#4104356 - 04/07/21 04:11 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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No that's no fun, add the heaviest keychain possible, pay to play.
I mean if that's the case then we could just send an album and collect stickers, or a big note book or something. I like the keychains better but open to whatever everyone decides.
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#4104372 - 04/07/21 04:54 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: JeffBoudah]
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
So whoever wants it PM me. I'll start a new one. As far as the trinkets accumulating weight.... Maybe just attach something small for the next person? Like a pay it forward thing.


The more crap that gets added to it, the more of a hassle it is to carry around in general. You end up like some whacker Jacob Marley. Signing the tag on it should be sufficient. The pictures are the main thing, anyway.
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#4104436 - 04/07/21 11:53 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
Ponyguy Offline

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USPS has a small cardboard carton that ships for a flat fee regardless of weight. If I recall correctly, Mr. BlueJay32 stuffed the original "traveling opener" into such a box and sent it to me.

The carton was about 5" x 7" x 2" thick, (or thereabouts) and was quite substantial, and adequate for the job... and it shipped quite reasonably.

Just a suggestion...
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#4104456 - 04/08/21 12:23 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: Moby_Vic]
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Originally Posted By Moby_Vic
Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
So whoever wants it PM me. I'll start a new one. As far as the trinkets accumulating weight.... Maybe just attach something small for the next person? Like a pay it forward thing.


The more crap that gets added to it, the more of a hassle it is to carry around in general. You end up like some whacker Jacob Marley. Signing the tag on it should be sufficient. The pictures are the main thing, anyway.


It's gonna get lost after about 7 members anyway!

it is a joy so see the different keychains from different cities.
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#4104492 - 04/08/21 07:37 PM Re: The traveling CVN bottle opener thread. [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Why not do both things, separately. Then you can choose what to participate in.
I'm down for another big and heavy keychain exchange.
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