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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    Turned the light on in the shitter this morning, found this. Unsatisfied. lil' bastard was ready for me.

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    Pfff please... thats just a little scorpion. I know I posted this elsewhere but having to fix a valve in the box with a battleof the century going on always sucks.


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    i wish I got a picture of the camel spider I had to chase down in the wifes bathroom.
    A pristine bike free of dirt, scratches, and wear marks makes me sort of sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    Pfff please... thats just a little scorpion. I know I posted this elsewhere but having to fix a valve in the box with a battleof the century going on always sucks.
    Yeah he was a lil' guy like I said but he had "little scorpion syndrome"! So who won the scorp/spider battle? I couldn't tell. I watched a tarantula vs tarantula hawk wasp in the middle of a road once, but that was "Satisfying" different thread
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    some weird crazed desert dweller.

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    I didn't realize that in 2018 Oregonians had to start pumping their own gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I didn't realize that in 2018 Oregonians had to start pumping their own gas.

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    LOL-upside down, what an amateur.

    I saw that in the news as well. They can now pump their own gas, what a breakthrough. Also New Jersey still has a law against pumping your own gas.
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    the widow had one the battle. about an hour later when I came back all scorpions were dead and the widow was still there.

    upside down is the only way I can fill the tank on my bronco. the filler neck is practically level. I can barely get to the first click on the pump before it flows back out. takes a long time to fill up.
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    A few weeks ago the neighbors had a pest control company come by for a rat problem. Since then we've had a few show up in our yard; all but one was dead, and the other was writhing and -- for lack of a better term -- screaming in agony. The neighbors swear no poison has been used, but evidence seems to be mounting otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    A few weeks ago the neighbors had a pest control company come by for a rat problem. Since then we've had a few show up in our yard; all but one was dead, and the other was writhing and -- for lack of a better term -- screaming in agony. The neighbors swear no poison has been used, but evidence seems to be mounting otherwise.

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    One thing San Diego is not short on is rats? When I lived in LaMesa [your hood] I had tree rats that lived in a giant Date Palm tree that was right next to my deck. At first I couldn't figure out how the dates from the tree could land on my deck because the tree was about 20' off the deck. I finally realized the culprits, there were rats living in the tree and were feeding on and kicking the dates, with a perfect arch they'd land on my deck. No way to get rid of those type of rats. When I lived in Rancho Bernardo [North County San Diego]. We lived in a pretty upper class neighborhood and we had a huge rat problem. Inside the garage and in the back yard. Problem with SD is the numerous canyons that would sprawl in and out of neighborhoods are like expressways for rats. Pretty hard to get rid of them, unless you have a pest control company on an ongoing regular schedule, good luck.

    Unfortunately there are so many of them that poison is the only way to temporarily exterminate them and keep them at bay. The special boxes that house the poison that the professional companies use are made in a way that pets such as dogs and cats aren't effected. They can't get to the poison. I questioned, what if a dog or cat ate a rat that had ate the poison. They insisted the amount was so minimal it wouldn't effect the pet. I call BS on that. Luckily my dog was smart enough not to eat any rat.
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    ^true. Also if a rat eats poison, then a hawk eats the rat, the hawk can die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    I didn't realize that in 2018 Oregonians had to start pumping their own gas.

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    Once the pump has switched off, there is still fuel in the hose that you dont normally get. I reckon thats a good way to get those few extra bits out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riyadh View Post
    Once the pump has switched off, there is still fuel in the hose that you dont normally get. I reckon thats a good way to get those few extra bits out.
    Or, this is her first time pumping gas. Oregon just now in 2018 passed a law that citizens can now pump their own gas. It's quite a groundbreaking step that I'm sure the rest of the country will follow suit sometime in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riyadh View Post
    Once the pump has switched off, there is still fuel in the hose that you dont normally get. I reckon thats a good way to get those few extra bits out.
    If you look closely, she pulled up to a Left-handed pump handle...you need to flip it to use it right-handed...like scissors or golf clubs.

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    Orange is the new red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sito40 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    LOL
    What to do now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Fat Tire....69er?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Fat Tire....69er?
    Notice the others jealousy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Notice the others jealousy?
    I don't blame them, given the snow ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    ^true. Also if a rat eats poison, then a hawk eats the rat, the hawk can die.
    Exactly, there was an article int he local paper about all the owls that are dying from rat poison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Or, this is her first time pumping gas. Oregon just now in 2018 passed a law that citizens can now pump their own gas. It's quite a groundbreaking step that I'm sure the rest of the country will follow suit sometime in the future.
    What next? The Metric system??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    What next? The Metric system??????
    Cutting edge stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    What next? The Metric system??????
    Metric system is for people that are bad at math :-P

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    Ice jam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    Metric system is for people that are bad at math :-P
    You don't SAE?
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    You don't SAE?
    I have no problem with fractions, SAE don't scare me. I've also built in Norway and used the metric system, the Norwegians thought I was going to have a hard time with the metric system, heh, numbers click in my head, I'll use fathoms and furlongs if thats how the plans are drawn.

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    All I am saying is give pizza chants

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    I have no problem with fractions, SAE don't scare me. I've also built in Norway and used the metric system, the Norwegians thought I was going to have a hard time with the metric system, heh, numbers click in my head, I'll use fathoms and furlongs if thats how the plans are drawn.
    I think he was just making a pun. A very good pun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    I think he was just making a pun. A very good pun.
    Thanks. That's all I was trying to SAE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Thanks. That's all I was trying to SAE.
    A slippery 10W40 slope it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by riyadh View Post
    Once the pump has switched off, there is still fuel in the hose that you dont normally get. I reckon thats a good way to get those few extra bits out.
    Has anyone tried her technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riyadh View Post
    Once the pump has switched off, there is still fuel in the hose that you dont normally get. I reckon thats a good way to get those few extra bits out.
    The valve is in the handle, the position of the hose has no effect on how much gas is dispensed.

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    Possibly meant still in the nozzle? I always invert that to catch the little bit that comes dribbling out after I'm done pumping.

    Jeebus that sounds so wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    The valve is in the handle, the position of the hose has no effect on how much gas is dispensed.
    I always thought that when you pay for a particular dollar amount of fuel, the shut off at the pump triggered and there would still be a small amount of fuel in the hose. the over-flow shut off is in the nozzle.

    I've seen a lot of Harley guys turn the nozzle back to keep from dripping.....

    or she really is a righty trying to use a lefthanded pump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    I always thought that when you pay for a particular dollar amount of fuel, the shut off at the pump triggered and there would still be a small amount of fuel in the hose. the over-flow shut off is in the nozzle.

    I've seen a lot of Harley guys turn the nozzle back to keep from dripping.....

    or she really is a righty trying to use a lefthanded pump.
    But you already got the small amount of fuel in the hose from the last guy. Unless he was a jerk and turned the nozzle upside down and lifted the hose and maybe punched a hole in it to avoid a vacuum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    But you already got the small amount of fuel in the hose from the last guy. Unless he was a jerk and turned the nozzle upside down and lifted the hose and maybe punched a hole in it to avoid a vacuum.
    Trust me, I'm WELL PAST counting pennies like that....it doesn't add up (unless you add it up, that is)

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    My father in law was telling me back in the day he was driving home from northern AZ to Phoenix. There wasnt much up there and he was running out of gas. He made it home by taking the gas hoses off and draining them into a gas can. little here little there. But that was back in the day when gas stations closed. He got enough from one station to the other to get home.
    A pristine bike free of dirt, scratches, and wear marks makes me sort of sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    or she really is a righty trying to use a lefthanded pump.
    Let’s not over analyze this. She’s a rookie at pumping her own gas and the handle is confusing.
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    Very unsatisfying ^.
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    Hard to tell how different the surface looked on the iced-over part vs. the part in the background.
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    Wha happen? People parked on what they thought was a field, and then the field melted?
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    Hastily arranged "Welcome" sign at Bangkok Hilton:

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    So, parking on a frozen lake on a warm, sunny day is a bad idea?
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    It's Global Warming!

    That's wha happen.
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    Don't make me post a bunch of graphs and some big, blue text to prove you wrong.
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    ^lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    ^lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Hard to tell how different the surface looked on the iced-over part vs. the part in the background.
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    Wha happen? People parked on what they thought was a field, and then the field melted?
    Pretty sure they drove out on to a frozen lake for some ice fishing or a winter festival. It’s a pretty common thing to do back east. Problem is, the ice wasn't thick enough to support that kind of weight in such a small area.
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    same as this. a lot of weight in a small area causes ice to fracture. its not global warming its physics.

    A pristine bike free of dirt, scratches, and wear marks makes me sort of sad.

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    Orange is the new red.

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    Lol!

    Where do you find this stuff!

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    All I am saying is give pizza chants

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    Quote Originally Posted by sito40 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    Bahahahahaha..
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    Oh, you silly people of Walmart...

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    Orange is the new red.

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    “bob bring the blueprints up here, now”

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    “bob bring the blueprints up here, now”

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    The super awesome part of that, to me at least, is that the under water structures, the upright pylons...all of it was constructed...less than 20' apart by my eye...before the decking structures were installed. NOBODY in that process could see that it might be a wee bit off? If I install rain gutters or hang siding or any BS job I know to pull a string and use a level....

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    ^^C'mon, you guys don't really think that actually happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    ^^C'mon, you guys don't really think that actually happened?
    Impossible!
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    I understand that those types of things do happen, it's just that the bridge pic is clearly fake, prolly made in photoshop or something. Like they'd get 99% done with each side and realize they weren't aligned till like 10' apart, lol&facepalm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I understand that those types of things do happen, it's just that the bridge pic is clearly fake, prolly made in photoshop or something. Like they'd get 99% done with each side and realize they weren't aligned till like 10' apart, lol&facepalm!
    Especially because there are already lane markings on the road, its a fake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I understand that those types of things do happen, it's just that the bridge pic is clearly fake, prolly made in photoshop or something. Like they'd get 99% done with each side and realize they weren't aligned till like 10' apart, lol&facepalm!
    You're right, but just trying to contemplate what the world's biggest blunder might actually be....the bridge picture is the sort of thing I can imagine really happening.

    For reference, here's a very real TRIPLE fly-over in CT south of the I84/ I91 interchange....built, but never used...those 3 bridges connect to nothing !Unsatisfying Pics/Gifs-ph-i84wb-stack.jpg

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    Anybody care to question the member who posted that photo? Ya bunch of Negative Nancy’s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Anybody care to question the member who posted that photo? Ya bunch of Negative Nancy’s.
    So, DJ...What about that Photo?...

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    What photo?

    Looks like a 90's Ford pickup, did they even have P-shop back then, lol!

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    What photo? Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
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    Obviously never driven on the freeways in Phoenix. They miss the hight from one side to another making a massive jump or bump by at least a foot. And instead of fixing it the just put a sign "45mph bump". Like the 51 north to 101 west interchange. Tons of skid marks and broken concrete.

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    All I am saying is give pizza chants

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    Orange is the new red.

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    ^ That one gives me a headache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Whoops, I watched that for awhile thinking we were getting closer and closer to the beach, not sure how many times it looped before I realized how short it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Something seems very familiar to me.

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    My brother and I went out to Yuma AZ from San Diego to the Colorado River to go jet skiing for the weekend. We arrived pretty late in the day on Friday. Before setting up camp we decided to hit the water for a ride before it got dark. As we’re getting ready to go my brother needed insect repellent. Late in the day the gnats come out. So he digs into his camping box and pulled out a green and white can and started spraying his front side and then handed the can to me and asked me to spray his back. Just as he’s handing it to me the aroma hit both of us. WTF I laughed and said this is Canola Oil spray. He was pissed and I was laughing so hard I almost pissed my board shorts. He then searches through his camping box and finds the bug repellent can. Identical looking cans, both white with green writing and a green cap and the same size. That was 27 years ago and I’ve never let him live it down. Many a family gathering with exchange stories of old times told. I coined him Canola Boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Something seems very familiar to me.
    HA! That's too funny, lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    That one gives me a headache.
    Too embarrassed to tell you how long I watched that for...

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    Look at the coastline zoom for a bit, then look at one ring's "Free Beer" sign above it. I looked at that thinking the "catch" was that it also moved...then I realized it didn't....or does it? I'm all messed up, now.

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    I have a friend who has done a similar thing. High ceiling but small bedroom so he built a platform which is about five-feet off the floor and covers half of the room. Looks completely stupid but what can you say, gives him room for a desk underneath.

    There is no rail on his though! He's never fallen out but if he did...

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    For several years in college, I was a Resident Manager at a large student housing apartment complex. Had 2 other roommates and our small bedrooms were our only private space, no garage facility. I was heavily into the shooting sports and had no place to work so I built an identical bed structure and had an entire Dillon Progressive reloading facility built up underneath. The structure made for some interesting nights during the bar hopping days in college town. It had no railing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    For several years in college, I was a Resident Manager at a large student housing apartment complex. Had 2 other roommates and our small bedrooms were our only private space, no garage facility. I was heavily into the shooting sports and had no place to work so I built an identical bed structure and had an entire Dillon Progressive reloading facility built up underneath. The structure made for some interesting nights during the bar hopping days in college town. It had no railing.
    Ahh. .the good old days. When I was 23 I moved back to NY from Colorado for 6 months. My uncle owned the most popular college bar in Brockport NY. All the college kids from Brockport University were mostly from NYC and were attending Brockport U. college. They swarmed the place nightly. The bar had a huge old colonial house made of rock attached to it. Located on The Erie Canal I might add. My aunt and uncle lived there. I rented a room directly above the bar and bartended and DJ’d for them for six months. Working there as a bartender on the busy nights as a DJ on the week nights. I lived above the bar. There was an old rock encased stairway leading from the house to the bar, a secret passage if you will. A dream situation for a bachelor living above the bar and I took FULL advantage of it.

    My uncle also filmed all the local softball games in the off season. All the attendees of the games returned to his bar after the games to watch the videos of their games. A gold mine for my uncle. I took over the filming for the summer I lived there. A bunch of screaming drunk girls and drunk dudes constantly rushing me to play their game. I took tips.

    I returned from filming about 3-5 games in a day. I rushed back to the bar and immediately got them up on the screen. Half of the attendees of the games were already there, drunk and waiting for the video launch.
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    ^ So you were a DJ before you were DJ?

    Pig, I'm betting your friend isn't married.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Pig, I'm betting your friend isn't married.
    I haven't seen them for a long time but I think they both are. Their sister is the head of the high school my kids went to so I get to hear what they're up to occasionally. One is a quantity surveyor, the other became a psychiatric nurse and is now very high up in the Royal collage of Nursing. Their sister says they're both still mental! ;0)

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