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Old 03-04-2012, 07:48 PM   #21
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Aren't brads the really small nails?
I almost pissed my pants.
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Old 03-04-2012, 07:49 PM   #22
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Im currently serving an apprenticeship under an electrical contractor,we do a lot of commercial medical and industrial plant jobs. Didn't think this work could be really interesting starting out but im only a year in And as a twnety year old ive seen some huge factories and a bunch of cool medical stuff already. One time we worked in a medical institute for a few weeks and I saw a few autopsies and a more dead bodies than I cared for,after the initial shock I actually found it pretty interesting.
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City worker, water dept.

Brad nailer huh!! Lmao
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I almost pissed my pants.
Well if it makes you feel better I think ledbetter pisses on his balls...lol
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I was a machinist/ amateur gun smith then I got laid off now I'm living with my parents and working part time for a Tool and Die company doing odd work. Just waiting till I get a call from one of the 6,000 places I applied to.
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Aren't brads the really small nails?
Exactly.

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Yes they are....so that aint a good name i dont think

God didnt make all men equal colonel Sam Colt did
It's not the size of the nail its how you use it.

Lol sorry for getting this thread a little off topic.
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Exactly.

It's not the size of the nail its how you use it.

Lol sorry for getting this thread a little off topic.
If you can't have fun with it what's the point?
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If you can't have fun with it what's the point?
Have fun with the name? Or the thread?

I'm having fun with both lol
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