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    Procrastinating getting ready for a business trip...

    Procrastinating getting ready for a business trip tomorrow morning. Still have to pack, and pick up my computer from work. Work lately has been all-consuming, and I feel like my summer is quickly...
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    You can often pick up the older, but still good,...

    You can often pick up the older, but still good, blenders at yard sales. Those things were definitely built better than today's cheaper blenders.
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    I think we would have been considered...

    I think we would have been considered upper-middle class. Although you'd never guess it from our house or 'things'. My parents were careful not to spoil us kids. Our family trips were always...
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    Time to move!

    Time to move!
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    With any water proof camera, you need to maintain...

    With any water proof camera, you need to maintain the rubber water seal. Remove any dirt/grit after each use, and apply a light oil to preserve the rubber. We learned that lesson the hard way.
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    Albeit a short summer, Alberta has some of the...

    Albeit a short summer, Alberta has some of the most amazing summer weather I've ever experienced. Warm to hot, but with very low humidity. We used to live close to the Great Lakes in Southern...
  7. Thread: kayaking pic

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    Cool pics guys!!!

    Cool pics guys!!!
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    The cast bracket is not really suitable for...

    The cast bracket is not really suitable for drilling. I would just get a guy out to grind off the old welds and clean up the surface to be welded. Then weld with MIG, TIG, or Stick. Cast iron can...
  9. In Canada, the offer is usually closed with a...

    In Canada, the offer is usually closed with a handshake agreement, which often includes an offer of down payment in the form of either the buyer's first born, or a 24 pack of beer ... whichever one...
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    Someday you will look upon your fatherly-duties...

    Someday you will look upon your fatherly-duties with fondness.
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    With a bit of patience, and a good supply of...

    With a bit of patience, and a good supply of treats, a person can 'train' most dogs to want to hear fireworks, or thunder. Some dogs it might take quite a bit more time to work than others.

    The...
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    Do you have a garden hose?

    Do you have a garden hose?
  13. Thread: Side gigs?

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    Set up a busking show just outside of your...

    Set up a busking show just outside of your Financial company's location. They may take the hint and give you a raise.
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    OK, here's our dirty little secret. We moved...

    OK, here's our dirty little secret. We moved onto our acreage last August, knowing there was a large garden space on the property (60 ft x 60 ft). The previous owners (there were only 2 previous...
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    Good advice here. Just keep in mind that unless...

    Good advice here. Just keep in mind that unless you have a closed bin system, or fine chicken mesh over a wood bin system, a compost pile can, and likely will, attract rodents and other critters. ...
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    A snake should work past a p-trap. As Jsharr...

    A snake should work past a p-trap. As Jsharr mentioned, work it slowly ... twisting it until it goes. That's what snakes are designed for. For S's and G's, it might be cool to buy a cheapy...
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    Considering this thread's title is one of the weirdest I've seen on Foo, I thought I'd check it out ... I was disappointed :( Also a bit creeped-out :O
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    To quench thirst ... plain water, or iced tea. A...

    To quench thirst ... plain water, or iced tea. A good lager is used for extreme-thirst situations.
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    Looks tasty ... not sure about the nutella though...

    Looks tasty ... not sure about the nutella though :twitchy:
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    As long as there's coffee and exotic wood posts,...

    As long as there's coffee and exotic wood posts, you'll be back :p Did you happen to see the kayak thread :roflmao2:
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    I see that KT is back in Foo ...

    ... I suggest hiding any spare wood you may have lying around :twitchy:
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    No thanks. I think I got the premise of the...

    No thanks. I think I got the premise of the thread.
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    Ha ha, I'll take that as a compliment ... thx. ...

    Ha ha, I'll take that as a compliment ... thx. The organizing I need to do, is arrange it so that I don't have to crawl over things to get to my road bike, which I use on weekends mostly ... and all...
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    I can't help thinking you're blaming the ebay...

    I can't help thinking you're blaming the ebay seller for not getting you the part on time. Sounds like he shipped it in a timely manner, but that the courier lost track of it. From what I've read,...
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    In our garage. Still needs more organizing. ...

    In our garage. Still needs more organizing.

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