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Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems

February 11, 2011
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…and then he gave it to some guy and now there’s a Night Hawk sitting in the driveway.

I think the last time I mentioned the van, I called it the Black Hawk. It is not the Black Hawk. The Black Hawk is a helicopter that was shot down by the Somalia Militia. We are going to try and avoid situations like that.

I was going to take some pictures or footage of the Night Hawk to show you but J.D.’s been “working on it.” I went out there this morning and the interior is littered with socket wrenches, soldering irons and voltmeters and there’s a little pile of bolts where the front passenger seat used to be. But he gives the impression that everything is under control.

Here’s a picture of Jasper’s arm pit fat to tide you over in the meantime.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 11, 2011 2:02 pm

    now THAT’s a $$$Money Shot$$$ 😀
    babyphat rolls are awesome 🙂
    Night Hawk is a much cooler name than camper van Beethoven, which is what i thought when i saw the tag campervan.
    could you post a picture of the pile of bolts?
    and at the end take a picture of the surprising pile of leftover bolts 😀
    actually, not many people know this, but machines often come with extra parts in case you lose some of the parts you need. kinda like that extra button at the bottom of the shirt 🙂
    you can do it JD!

  2. Theresa permalink
    February 11, 2011 9:05 pm

    I am laughing at the computer and Jord keeps asking what is so funny! The last time you wrote “Black Hawk” van I promptly googled to try to look at a picture but all I got was helicopter shots… now it all makes sense. But now when I google Night Hawk Van all I get are google images of nice new Honda Odyssey Vans. Be real with us here. Is “night hawk” code for brand new honda van just so that we don’t all go crazy with jealousy? I’m starting to wonder. T

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