Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Bed-ridden for the entire weekend and I want to get drunk, dammit!
To deal with rats buy peppermint oil. Amazon it and read the reviews. If you don't believe it just capture a rat with a glue trap and put some oil by it.
ugh. whoever it is, needs to move on.
i would echo the same.
at least you have hait that can potentially look fabulous. revel in that.
Lots of police activity in my neighborhood today. The spring-like temperatures we're having must be encouraging the ne'er-do-wells to get up to their antics.
Hmm. Are you not the guy telling me he was going drinking last Saturday when I was working? Well, just want you to know I feel great and have been drinking all day.
I hope you can see the big fat bird I'm flipping at you from wherever you are.
I want you both to know that I'm drunk and/or high almost every day.
My neck is killing me. Gonna keep me from the gym. God damn it.
I have to start sleeping earlier. All these late nights aren't doing me any good.
Glue traps are generally a bad idea.
Between the late nights and the on-call situation all renowned neurosurgeons are on it is a wonder you can function at such high levels. You are an inspiration to all of us.
At the office on a Sunday. Only until 2pm, but still...
A) Despite the hassle dealing with different sizing conventions has caused me, I admit the pain is a bit mitigated by the degree to which the existence of "standard," and the associated nomenclature, chaps Fang's ass.
B) I with you on Craftsman, Harv. I've been doing a bit of shopping at the Harbor Freight near my house, and it's great for items I won't need often (or in critical situations). But for quality, warranty, and price, Craftsman can't be beat. Most of the work I've done recently has been done with a tool kit I bought in high school 15+ years ago. I've had to add here and there, but I've never had to pay to replace anything in that set, and I've only seldom had to take advantage of the warranty.
It's horrible. And it's made worse by the fact that all of the aftermarket stuff I put on used different sizes from the OEM bolts. So, it was basically:
A) Blind guess on standard or metric (assuming it's not a torx)
B) Take the stuff apart
C) Find yet another size socket/wrench to put it all back together.
Damn, dude. That's rough. On a holiday weekend, too.
I aim to please. However why is it always about bottoms with you American type fellows?
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