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Hey...can you hand me that...damn! Ooops!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Dakota rube, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. Dakota rube

    Dakota rube Well-Known Member

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    Astronauts lose two bolts working on space station... http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/sto...09-13-13-15-03 Now, if the good ole' boys at NASCAR make Jeff Gordon come back into the pits if his crew misses a lug nut, how can this be acceptable? [​IMG]
     
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    Astronauts lose two bolts working on space station...

    http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/sto...09-13-13-15-03

    Now, if the good ole' boys at NASCAR make Jeff Gordon come back into the pits if his crew misses a lug nut, how can this be acceptable? [​IMG]


    Lack of gravity is a bitch, ain't it?
     
  3. lawyerdad

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    Slap some duct tape on that puppy, they'll be good to go.
     
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    Cable ties are the new baling wire - though baling wire will always have its place.

    BTW, don't they know that when you work on a space shuttle and a part falls off, it always rolls under the shuttle to the exact center of the universe?
     
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    I understand from television and cinema that robots fare very well in space, and I understand that frog DNA sometimes allows things to autoreproduce, like the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. If one of the astronauts had froglegs and touched one of these bolts before going out into space, then evolution could end up leaving us with a race of superrobots bent on our destruction. It could happen extra fast, too, with all the radiation up there. Bolts have no natural predators in outer space.
     
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    I understand from television and cinema that robots fare very well in space, and I understand that frog DNA sometimes allows things to autoreproduce, like the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. If one of the astronauts had froglegs and touched one of these bolts before going out into space, then evolution could end up leaving us with a race of superrobots bent on our destruction. It could happen extra fast, too, with all the radiation up there. Bolts have no natural predators in outer space.
    I respectfully suggest you put down the bong and return to work.[​IMG]
     
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    I respectfully suggest you put down the bong and return to work.[​IMG]

    I can't, someone duct-taped it to my hands. [​IMG]

    I actually should be doing a lot of work right now, though. Frowns. It's just a lot more fun to post about mutant killer Bolt-Bots.
     
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    I can't, someone duct-taped it to my hands. [​IMG]

    I actually should be doing a lot of work right now, though. Frowns. It's just a lot more fun to post about mutant killer Bolt-Bots.

    Were you at an Edward Bonghands party last night? Be sure to use plastic bongs, glass ones can be really dangerous.
     
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    Were you at an Edward Bonghands party last night? Be sure to use plastic bongs, glass ones can be really dangerous.
    Damn hippies . . .
     
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    Now THERE's an idea. I did the Edward 40-Hands thing in college, but that's a variation I never encountered.
     
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