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Old 11-18-2012, 12:14 AM   #17491
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Pardon me for saying this but you better die young then because getting old is going to kill you. You are what, 32 or thereabouts?
Eff that, I'm moving to Neverland
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I was wearing gloves, it was a really sharp knife...
Wear Kevlar gloves, or something simular when using knives like that.
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Wear Kevlar gloves, or something simular when using knives like that.
I was just changing batteries man, it's okay, I'm a tough girl I can deal with a little blood.
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I was just changing batteries man, it's okay, I'm a tough girl I can deal with a little blood.
I can handle blood too, that doesn't mean I want to though.

A few years back, I tripped, and my arm caught a not so smooth weld on a trailer. It left a 3" scar across the bottom of my arm (the cut was closer to 4"-5") I just cleaned it up and went about my business.
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I can handle blood too, that doesn't mean I want to though.

A few years back, I tripped, and my arm caught a not so smooth weld on a trailer. It left a 3" scar across the bottom of my arm (the cut was closer to 4"-5") I just cleaned it up and went about my business.
I have more scars than I can keep track of, I know where most of then came from but I've been trying to forget....
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Picked up some 9 y/o knob creek.... It's 48 degrees on my feet and somehow... My bare feet don't mind while I have a smoke... In fact, I think I'll have another( smoke that is)
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Eh, all three of us are in rough shape with our hands then. I just somehow had a giant baked sweet potato explode all over both of my hands, right out of the oven. Scalding hot baked potato does not simply wipe off. They're already blistered.
You have to poke a couple holes in potatoes before you bake them. It lets the steam release. Otherwise it builds up inside the potato and can explode. I think you found that out the hard way.

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Pardon me for saying this but you better die young then because getting old is going to kill you. You are what, 32 or thereabouts?
I believe he's 23.

And getting old is what kills most of use, if we're lucky.
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You have to poke a couple holes in potatoes before you bake them. It lets the steam release. Otherwise it builds up inside the potato and can explode. I think you found that out the hard way.
Yeah, sometimes poking holes just doesn't do it's job. It had many.

On another note, my first night on call. Got called in at 0300 for a water leak.

FML. But, love overtime. Mas dinero amigos!!!

Now... What to buy? Oh yeah, this is life, I still got bills
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Cinder , what are the side tanks worth used on these big trucks , I have them from 50 gal up to 150 gal , used of course .
And in case you have not seen it yet , the Skyfall bond movie is awesome but M dies in the end .

Whats it cost to adopt a kid these days ? One of my friends just adopted to kids from south america , why from there I dont know as we have plenty here that need good families but I know it took him about 2 yrs to get it done
Make smokers out of them, and then sell em
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We have a potluck dinner tonight. Time to start the spaghetti sauce. It needs to simmer all day with the meat cooking in the sauce for it to be tasty!
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