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People who ask questions and immediately fallow it with how they're running late for something or otherwise dont have time to wait for an answer.
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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

I aim to please. However why is it always about bottoms with you American type fellows?

It's our British heritage. I mean, even Freddie Mercury knew fat bottom girls make the rockin' world go 'round.
post #41193 of 66064
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

People who ask questions and immediately fallow it with how they're running late for something or otherwise dont have time to wait for an answer.

I like to do that sometimes just to establish my social dominance. (I mean in cases where it's not already established.)

I also like this one:

Me: Sure is a pleasant day today.
Other: Yes, very nice.
Me: I didn't ask for your opinion, pleb.
post #41194 of 66064
My quest to refinish a dresser is never going to end.
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Damn, dude. That's rough. On a holiday weekend, too.

Budget is being presented Tuesday so people have been/will be in all weekend. Thankfully I only had to work this 4 hour shift.
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

My quest to refinish a dresser is never going to end.

What kind of dresser and what kind of finish?
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

People who ask questions and immediately fallow it with how they're running late for something or otherwise dont have time to wait for an answer.

you mean people who are asshats?

(not you, L'Inc)
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

What kind of dresser and what kind of finish?

Sharp and happy.


That hour and a half long nap I took on sofa earlier, wasn't the best idea, as I can't sleep now.
post #41199 of 66064
Yes, asshats.


Thanks Finn....
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Budget is being presented Tuesday so people have been/will be in all weekend. Thankfully I only had to work this 4 hour shift.

WTF schedule are you on for a budget to be presented in January?
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

WTF schedule are you on for a budget to be presented in January?

Government schedule obviously! But the FY is from April to March.
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Originally Posted by nootje View Post

Actually, this method works. Old farmers trick, catch one alive and toss it alive in a burning oil drum, the screams of it dying slowly will send all others evacuating within earshot, not to be seen for 2 -3 years. Used for barns etc. And most definately not for the faint of heart.

hmmm.... maybe I should try this with the neighbor who revs his diesel engine vehicle early in the morning and the neighborhood druggie who let her dog take a dump in front of my house.
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

I once had a rat in my apartment, a long long time ago. I got a steel trap, with teeth, that must have wieghed 500 grams. I woke up in the middle of the night when it snapped, and I was sure I'd find a cut in half rat. what I found was a rat runing around my kitchen wearing a trap around its waist. it was pissed off. so I hit it a half dozen times with a broom, no effect. I picked up the trap and rat (with the broomstick), threw them into a bucket and filled the bucket up with water. the damn rat treaded water with the huge trap attached. I had to push him under water. their is nothing as tough

if that rodent had a name, it must have been ratputin.
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Life isn't worth living anymore.
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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

metric is standard, so they use metric and torx?

Metric is metric, standard is US sizing.
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Metric is metric, standard is US sizing.



U.S. Standard (more correctly U.S. Customary) maybe standard in the U.S., Metric however is standard.
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