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Old 03-08-2012, 07:28 PM   #9031
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If your tools are shiny, then they have not been used enough. .
Mine are shiny cause clean them and oil them.
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Mine are shiny cause clean them and oil them.
Mine too. Cause I use Ledbetter's.
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A lot of mine are over 50 years old and worn out like me.

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I keep most of my tools in a big plastic bin, all jumbled together. I've tried organizing them and have found that i don't like them that way. My Dad gave me a nice big, two-part, roll around toolbox from Sears one time; it is still in their garage; i don't need a two-part, umpteen-drawered, mechanic's, roll-around tool chest. I do put a lid on the big plastic bin, to keep the animals out of my tools. I also like to keep some tools where they will be needed; there is a wrench in my car for the oil change and a funnel in the trunk and the ramps are next to where i park when i change the oil. As i am getting older, i think i may downsize to a pair of 5 gallon buckets in the near future, as that bin gets heavy.

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I keep most of my tools in a big plastic bin, all jumbled together. I've tried organizing them and have found that i don't like them that way. My Dad gave me a nice big, two-part, roll around toolbox from Sears one time; it is still in their garage; i don't need a two-part, umpteen-drawered, mechanic's, roll-around tool chest. I do put a lid on the big plastic bin, to keep the animals out of my tools. I also like to keep some tools where they will be needed; there is a wrench in my car for the oil change and a funnel in the trunk and the ramps are next to where i park when i change the oil. As i am getting older, i think i may downsize to a pair of 5 gallon buckets in the near future, as that bin gets heavy.
I think I threw up in my mouth a little bit ;(
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I keep most of my tools in a big plastic bin, all jumbled together. I've tried organizing them and have found that i don't like them that way. My Dad gave me a nice big, two-part, roll around toolbox from Sears one time; it is still in their garage; i don't need a two-part, umpteen-drawered, mechanic's, roll-around tool chest. I do put a lid on the big plastic bin, to keep the animals out of my tools. I also like to keep some tools where they will be needed; there is a wrench in my car for the oil change and a funnel in the trunk and the ramps are next to where i park when i change the oil. As i am getting older, i think i may downsize to a pair of 5 gallon buckets in the near future, as that bin gets heavy.
I'll have that tool box if ya don't need it. My tools aren't shiny but they're very organized.

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I think I threw up in my mouth a little bit ;(
I almost threw up today... I cleaned out a fridge it had rotten pickles and rotten pickle juice in it... I open it and almost threw up, then I was scared to breath.
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I'll have that tool box if ya don't need it. My tools aren't shiny but they're very organized.

I almost threw up today... I cleaned out a fridge it had rotten pickles and rotten pickle juice in it... I open it and almost threw up, then I was scared to breath.
Rotten pickles? Never heard of pickles going bad.
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Lol why did you open it ? I didn't think pickles could go that bad.

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I'd take rotten pickles over working on an un-bathed 400lb patient. We access the heart through the groin. :dry heaves:

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