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Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: I would rather not say
Re: Willys Jeep
Back in the day when i was reliant on my parents apron strings and living out of their fridge i had little choice of what i could do and when i could do it. This included going out, coming in, when to eat, when to sleep and what to watch on TV. We only had the one TV that we all had to share, but alas, democracy was short on supply and so we all had to watch what dad had on. This usually meant sitting through re-runs of the local news, anything with trains in it I grew up going to school hearing of all these great shows like Twin Peaks and V that passed me by because try as i might i couldn't convince him that 19th century planes were a strong feature in these shows and that barely an episode went by without someone remarking on a train of some description. But that was nothing compared to the re-runs of M.A.S.H we had on. I didn't take much notice of it at the time. I was too young to fully understand what was going on anyway and thought it was just another program about the Vietnam war. In fact, it was only recently that i discovered it wasn't Vietnam at all but Korea, but it doesn't matter where it was set. It bored me to tears and made me the weakest link at school. These Jeeps then will always be regarded as uncool to me for making a significant part of my life both lonely and pointless.
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