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    Sort of like that, yeah, except fewer but larger poops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K6BSO View Post
    Sort of like that, yeah, except fewer but larger poops.
    The white of the boat hides the individual volume of each poop. That's my guess.
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    My son bought 2 lottery tickets for each one of us one.
    We'll share the price if ever one falls on a ticket though...
    Not keeping my breath.
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    Thankfully, my family actually pays attention to me. Lately because of the diabetes medication my hands and feet get cold.

    So for Christmas I got all kinds of insulated socks along with a hefty pair of thinsulate gloves.

    Wonderful!
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    My wife gave me a very nice Olympia Traveller DeLuxe typewriter to add to my growing collection. It was manufactured in the 1960's, and looks like something a secretary at Spacely Sprockets would've used.
    Atticus told me to delete the adjectives and I'd have the facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC2KFC View Post
    My wife gave me a very nice Olympia Traveller DeLuxe typewriter to add to my growing collection. It was manufactured in the 1960's, and looks like something a secretary at Spacely Sprockets would've used.
    NICE!

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    Selectric? My Dad got one of those new in the 70's. Still works.

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    ROB!
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    There's that dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ad4mg View Post


    *** A box of hammers ***
    I just can't help myself...

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    a Rolls-Royce would today cost $100, get a million miles per gallon,
    and explode once a year, killing everyone inside."

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