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Old 11-12-2006, 01:53 AM   #21
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OMG...so many weapons! I had no idea about the propensity of Bonneville owners to be armed. I guess I donít have to feel bad now about keeping a Louisville Slugger in the trunk.
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i keep random stuff in there, ipod etc. too bad im not 18, or i probably WOULD have a gun....but i DO have a baseball bat in the back seat, just in case
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I keep mine completely empty and folded in the upright position.
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OMG...so many weapons! I had no idea about the propensity of Bonneville owners to be armed. I guess I donít have to feel bad now about keeping a Louisville Slugger in the trunk.

I got one of those in the trunk too!

but you should see the stuff I keep in the Jeep
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What do I store in my "secret" storage thingy, eh? Crack, Kennedy assassination films, Roswell photos (circa 1947) and a translation of the Rosetta stone.
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IDK why u would want to hide anything in that "secret compartment", especially now us N.easterners are starting to use our heaters!!
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You put your weed in there.
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Knew that was coming...
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well i got my switch blade in there with some reciepts and my sunflower seeds and the bat is under the back seat
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tire gauge.... CD'* that I forgot I had.... pen... utility knife.... extra feminine hygiene products (hey, you never know!)
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