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    Jeep life?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tonytony9 View Post
    That is a nice guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0s3 View Post
    That is a nice guy
    Jeep lives matter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd.gunman View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^^

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    That's funny

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    A ticket for parking on the lawn cost me 85 dollars at the Sacramento Airport. This was in like 1980.
    Now days they would tow you in 10 seconds. Last time I was there they had a tow truck on standby.

    You got off light.

    How about the backstory. Just did it to be funny? In my case there was no parking close and me being a redneck that just did not give a F*** decided it would be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree Frog View Post
    A ticket for parking on the lawn cost me 85 dollars at the Sacramento Airport. This was in like 1980.
    Now days they would tow you in 10 seconds. Last time I was there they had a tow truck on standby.

    You got off light.

    How about the backstory. Just did it to be funny? In my case there was no parking close and me being a redneck that just did not give a F*** decided it would be fine.
    Hahah so very true. In my case I was trying to help people who drove on the road out. It's a two lane busy street, thought everyone parks legally in one of the lanes so it essentially brings the road down to a lane and a quarter. If you park slightly on the curb it allows people driving a lot more space and less chance of them knocking into you.

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