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Old 01-26-2013, 02:11 AM   #20441
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Well it has turned into a cluster puck here , nothing but freezing rain and sleet , the golf carts HATE me right now . Think i may grab a car hood in the morning and drag the wife and kids around the yard .

Anyone here into aviation ? I would like to pick up a old prop or some other cool looking parts to hang up in the shop , got a few small air ports around but I dont want to look like a idiot walking in there asking .
Simple, don't wear your propeller beanie when you go in.
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Simple, don't wear your propeller beanie when you go in.
or your arms out wide making "airplane" sounds
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When my Dad was a trucker many moons ago, he would usually have a backload to haul after taking a load of carpet outbound. Often the load would have a few extra cases of canned veggies, or frozen Butterballs, or <fill in backload du jour here>. The drivers generally took home the extras after unloading. There was honestly no telling what Dad would bring home next.
One time he came home with three cases of Pfeifer's Red Wine Vinegar Italian dressing, because a couple of bottles had broken in transit and those boxes were refused by the destination business. It was good salad dressing, but Dad would not let Mom buy any other until we finished that off. Do you know HOW LONG 3 cases of salad dressing lasts?! YEARS!!! We all liked it, but at some point we just didn't want any more salads.

Another time it was two cases of canned sardines. Same story, but OMG Mom hated him bringing those boxes in the house, with spilled sardine oil soaked in the cardboard.
This sounds like my uncle Tony. Every time I watch an episode of Sopranos and they have some expensive item that just "fell" off the truck I think of him.
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I just paid my 2013 membership at Arnold Rifle & Pistol Club. It's a great 25 acer outdoor gun club with 11 different ranges covering everything from air soft to combat. Made me think "I hope everyone has access to such great clubs".
My goal this year is to spend more time at the trap and skeet ranges. I tend to favor my handguns over my long guns.
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Random thought #2000 and some..... the wife's gone for a couple of weeks, need to vacuum.... there's beer in the fridge... Hmmmm..... Lemme see, beer, or vacuum.... Beer, or vacuum..... Uhmmmm, it's Guinness......... where's the opener....
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I backed a Suburban over my phone today. It doesn't have a single crack in it....
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I backed a Suburban over my phone today. It doesn't have a single crack in it....
Nice!!!!.......
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I backed a Suburban over my phone today. It doesn't have a single crack in it....
Dang, that is one solid phone...
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Nice!!!!.......
I know! I almost had a panic attack when I saw it laying in the driveway. It had a tire track on it. But I cleaned it off and turned it on and it was fine. Thank you HTC.
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Dang, that is one solid phone...
I was thinking next I'd try backing a Kenworth over it.
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