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Old 10-18-2016, 02:01 PM   #41
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Well a nice spacious 17B would make a great present for her!
That would be one expensive present, especially when you factor in the new truck/4Runner.
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Old 10-18-2016, 02:27 PM   #42
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Oh trust me, those of us that can't have gluten (or have any other food restrictions) are well aware of this. Thanks for pointing this out, once again.

However, it's way better than getting sick all the time. Would you knowingly eat food that makes you sick? I think not.

And, there's plenty of food out there without gluten (and other items that folks have an intolerance or allergies to) that taste very good.

If you know someone is deadly allergic to peanuts (or seafood or something else) do you adjust your menu accordingly? Or do you not invite them because you're unable to have any sympathy for their situation?

Even though you had the "laugh" emoticon in your post, you're basically saying that the only people worth your while to eat with are those that will eat whatever you offer to them. So, you rate people on what they'll eat and not for anything else. How tolerant you are - not!

If you have any of the symptoms listed in the following article, you might want to give up gluten as well. It does make a difference in how one lives one's life. Being gluten intolerant is not a joke. Trust me, I would love to be able to eat gluten. I would love to not check out a menu with minute detail and have detailed discussions with the wait staff/cook/manager/whomever at the few restaurants I go to (and knowing I still run a huge risk of getting sick). I would love to, but I can't.

New study links protein in wheat to the inflammation of chronic health conditions

Would you dump all over someone that can't have peanuts? How is gluten any different? Or anything else that a person can't have as they'll either die from it or get sick?

Those of us with food restrictions are well used to offering to bring our own food to someone's house when we're invited over for dinner. We'd rather do that than think someone doesn't want us there due to not being able to eat their food (although we're already well aware of that situation).


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I always wondered what became of all the removed gluten.
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Old 10-18-2016, 02:32 PM   #43
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I always wondered what became of all the removed gluten.
Donuts holes! HA! that's too funny.
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:08 PM   #44
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Moderator needed to remove all the off topic posts.
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:25 PM   #45
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When we selected our 17A, the 15 was still a choice, but we went with the additional space, and we're glad we did (but there's two of us). With our tow vehicle and the 17 attached, we can still fit in parking lots in two spaces. I even parallel parked the whole rig in Bellingham at the Trader Joe's, amazingly enough (older part of town, laid out when cars were a tad smaller!)
we fit into a 2 parking spot too. long as it's N/S. E/W takes about 4. Full sized Ford E-250 and E-19. I parallel parked ours somewhere in Utah.

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Old 10-18-2016, 09:28 PM   #46
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Moderator needed to remove all the off topic posts.
Ah, but if you ask this for gluten posts, you also need to ask the same of posts on beer, wine, booze, coffee and poutine. Which I know from past experience won't fly and will be ignored (asking to remove those types of posts) by the moderators. And by asking to do so, will piss off certain members on this forum.
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Old 10-18-2016, 10:03 PM   #47
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Ah, but if you ask this for gluten posts, you also need to ask the same of posts on beer, wine, booze, coffee and poutine. Which I know from past experience won't fly and will be ignored (asking to remove those types of posts) by the moderators. And by asking to do so, will piss off certain members on this forum.
also have problem' s with some of those kind's of food's . Glad you addressed it . And treat each other with a little respect .After all we all have something in common ,our trailers and I thought why we belong to this forum . Pat
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Old 10-18-2016, 10:11 PM   #48
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15ft Escapes, Glutens, beer, rye whiskey

I am so mixed up. I hope everyone who is looking for a 15 Escape finds one. I am thankful that I can eat Glutens. I would be upset if I could not drink wheat beer from Belgium. I like Iowa based Bourbon but Oyo from Ohio is very good too. How could they distill good whiskey without Rye or Corn or make good beer without Barley? So many questions, so little time. Have a nice night and a productive Wednesday.
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Old 10-18-2016, 10:11 PM   #49
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15 foot Escape

Hello everybody looking for a 15 foot Escape.
There is a 15 footer on Vancouvers Craigs list.

Take care.
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This is an Escape wanted thread so clssified ad rules apply. From the community rules:
Classifieds are NOT to be used for off topic chatter or general discussions about a buyer or sellers ad but are intended for posts directly related to questions about the item for sale or trade.

Most of the posts in this thread, including this one, are off topic.
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