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Old 12-10-07, 12:51 PM   #1
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CrTreeDude Appreciation Thread!!

To a cool guy who's been cracking wise with us for some time now. A pal, a fellow commuter, a guy who killed this termite and turned him into a Zombie Termite with some crazy hard wood called Alamendro or something like that. A guy who laughs with us and reminds us of what the simple life is all about by packing up and moving his life to Costa Rica. Showing us pics of his ugly mug and his beautiful wife (wow...did he win the wife lottery or what?).

CrTreeDude.....this buds for you!!
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He calls me a Yankee, do to that fact, I will not be participating in this thread, even though I do respect and admire him.
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Old 12-10-07, 12:54 PM   #3
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To a cool guy who's been cracking wise with us for some time now. A pal, a fellow commuter, a guy who killed this termite and turned him into a Zombie Termite with some crazy hard wood called Alamendro or something like that. A guy who laughs with us and reminds us of what the simple life is all about by packing up and moving his life to Costa Rica. Showing us pics of his ugly mug and his beautiful wife (wow...did he win the wife lottery or what?).

CrTreeDude.....this buds for you!!
your just looking for some more wood to chew on, aren't you.
Crazy wood eating varmint!
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I don't know if CrTreeDude needs an appreciation thread. We're all already jealous of his life and his home. He gets to play in amongst trees all day and bike in some of the most gorgeous scenery I've ever seen in photos. He's already got it all

But to show there's no hard feelings. Cheers Cr
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I'll appreciate him when he sends me some trees. *crosses arms and pouts*

Or some nice hardwood.
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Wow - they love me, they really love me!

Thanks all - even those who are big enough to overcome your bitterness.
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KT, you are so right on me winning the wife lottery. Not only is she very pretty but she also is smart and tough as nails. Don't mess with Mrs. CrTreeDude.
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Thanks all - even those who are big enough to overcome your bitterness.
I haven't quite got over the bitterness. I can still taste that alamendro.
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I like you, but also you're habitat is pretty neat lookin' too.
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He calls me a Yankee, do to that fact, I will not be participating in this thread, even though I do respect and admire him.
Yankee is a relative statement - just be glad you aren't my relative.
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I like you, but also you're habitat is pretty neat lookin' too.
His habitat? What do you think he is a red spotted lemming?
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I haven't quite got over the bitterness. I can still taste that alamendro.
It isn't near as bitter as Cedro Amargo (Bitter Cedar or, Spanish Cedar)
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Old 12-10-07, 06:51 PM   #14
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His habitat? What do you think he is a red spotted lemming?
More likely a perro de agua...
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Mrs. CrTreeDude.
You mean CRTreeChick didn't keep her maiden name?
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Nope, she didn't. She prefered mine over her's. Her maiden name was pronounced like "Brat" by most people. I assume that gets tiring after a while.
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Hmmm, I am noticing a trend here - there are no ladies appreciating me. Perhaps Mrs. CRTreeDude has scared them all off... ?

Or it could be that, just as in High School, I am such a geek that none of the women want to associate with me. Not sure how I manage to convince my wife (caught her in a moment of weakness I suspect).
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Not sure how I manage to convince my wife (caught her in a moment of weakness I suspect).
The chlorophorm was a big help too, I'm sure.
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The chlorophorm was a big help too, I'm sure.
That is what caused the weakness...
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I appreciate anyone who protects the rain forest from....the evil first worlders
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I appreciate anyone who protects the rain forest from....the evil first worlders
Not all the first worlders are evil. Pretty much all of our tree owners come from first world nations. Without them we would accomplish a lot less. In reality, we are stewards of what we are doing down here. We just get to have a good time doing it.
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And he's becoming a lefty.
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Not all the first worlders are evil. Pretty much all of our tree owners come from first world nations. Without them we would accomplish a lot less. In reality, we are stewards of what we are doing down here. We just get to have a good time doing it.
I know that...but it makes me look good to the liberal chicks when I talk that way..
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Great, I have two women appreciating me now... this is better. Nothing against the guys, but I was starting to wonder...
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