...over the weekend looking at RVs with the fam. I'm in my Ayantee jacket and this white lady slanging trailers comes up and says she's from Winston. Then she says we probably shouldn't even be having polite conversation because she graduated from WSSU .
An hour later a white guy selling trailers comes up and says he's from Greensboro. Then he says he thought we really had a shot against Duke for a minute until the brakes came off at the end of the half. He has almost no affiliation with the school beyond living in Greensboro but he said if he wanted to see some good football he was glad to have some right there in the city.
Post by oleschoolaggie on Sept 17, 2019 11:52:23 GMT -5
in the past, i seriously thought about buying an rv too. i saw a very nice rv at one of our tailgate locations 4 or 5 years ago and i began to "dream" about having one of those bad boys for myself. but then i thought about how many times per year i would actually use it and whether that would justify paying six figures for a trailer on wheels, and then i "quickly" came to my senses...
she's the "symbol" of lady aggie basketball excellence. its amber calvin's "show time" in aggieland!! the queen of "no look" passes...
Post by marchingband1969 on Sept 17, 2019 13:46:02 GMT -5
I'd buy an RV tomorrow...except for the high cost to purchase one, the extremely low gas mileage, the expensive maintenance costs, and the difficulty finding parking. You know, come to think of it, I can't really afford to buy one! Guess I'll keep driving my SUV and daydreaming!
Post by oldschool on Sept 17, 2019 16:49:31 GMT -5
Unless you plan on using an RV a whole lot ,the cost, and upkeep are usually out of reach for most people . Another alternative is to lease it for short term use , just checked prices at some of the local rental agencies and the cost for a class A RV starts at around $200 per day.