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post #1 of 46 Old 01-06-2009, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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OK... How much time do you spend on JF per day/week?

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Just curious if anyone else gets criticized from their wifes about the amount of time that they spend on the Forum... I have never had an interest in anything, (except her) like I have with Jeep's. I can remember being 12 yrs old and spending the night with my grandparents, sitting up and reading the classifieds looking for CJ7's. I have to say that I am hooked...... So the question... How much time a day/week do you spend cruising the forum for info?




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post #2 of 46 Old 01-06-2009, 10:23 PM
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i usually check it out at least once a day for a combined hour or so depending on if theres some interesting topics
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post #3 of 46 Old 01-06-2009, 10:29 PM
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Hahaha, this is funny! My wife is always asking me if I'm "checking up on my Jeep peeps". hahaha. I'm on usually on about an hour a day.

Jeeps are sorta like cats, but tend to have more than just nine lives.
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Sweet, I thought that I was the only one with the "fever" I find myself checking the site too whenever I get a minute for interesting topics. I am amazed at the things that I have taught myself just from reading everyone elses posts. It has also been a confidence booster as far as doing my own repairs. I wouldnt consider taking to a mechanic now... Have fun with em!!!!!

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Exactly, there's a wealth of information on here. There are so many intelligent Jeepers to learn from.

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every and any chance I get - I'm hooked deep, it is part of the routine - I check the e-mail less than JF

between classes @ work - before school, after school - before bed

Drives my wife nuts
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I'm addicted, check several boards multiple times throughout the day.

My better half says I'm addicted to JEEP "Porn"
and calls the jeep "the other woman"

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Too much sometimes, but I do contribute to the "interesting" topics so yeah 1-5 times a day, usually at night, after I get done working on the Jeep, and school work...when im bugged, I say i'm "learning"

oh and I listen to Pandora radio while surfing the forum, and I can sit in this chair for hours

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post #9 of 46 Old 01-06-2009, 11:01 PM
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Always on? Shoot...I saw the second you posted your new thread, and said "Hey, cool, a new thread that looks interesting"

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Pandora is the second best site on the web... I got my wife a new laptop for christmas so most of her free time is spent looking up weird celebrity stuff... She is "too busy" to notice what I am doing any more. Saturday night, we were laying in the bed. I was almost asleep when she rolled over and said "I hope your not mad, but I checked your Jeep site and that guy emailed you back... he said that he already sold that part you were looking for. Ill see if I can find you another one..." I was laying there thinking man, She's Awesome!!!!! She acts like shes hooked too......

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I have a feeling that this one will be interesting for the next week!!!

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yeah...crawl this should be interesting...hey whats your Pandora account? mines my SN. Check it out

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As a retiree I have a lot of free time so it is possible to accumulate 1 to 2 hours per day on JF. I get lots of ideas for mods on my Jeeps. It is a great site and gives access to a lot of interesting links. It is easy to watch Jeep off road videos for at least an hour if you don't keep track of the time.
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post #14 of 46 Old 01-06-2009, 11:14 PM
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Wow! What an interesting question. I find myself on here an hour in the morning before work, an hour between when I get home and go to sleep at night. Throughout the day it is always up on my laptop in my truck and I always check between jobs for interesting posts. I would say 4 hours a day easy.


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Im feeling more and more normal with each post...

A good day at work never beats a day (or night)working on the Jeep...

1979 CJ7; 360 w/t 3 speed; 33 ProComp M/T/s; and sounds sooo good!!!!!
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