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Old 06-07-2010, 10:14 PM
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Just thought I would pass this tip to members. If you break the mirror glass you will have 7yrs. of bad luck. Haa. Actually the tip is, I found 2" round mirrors to fix my Lisle telescoping mirror at the local Hobby Lobby store. This is the good part, 10 of them in a package for $2.49. Anybody need a replacement mirror?

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Just thought I would pass this tip to members. If you break the mirror glass you will have 7yrs. of bad luck. Haa. Actually the tip is, I found 2" round mirrors to fix my Lisle telescoping mirror at the local Hobby Lobby store. This is the good part, 10 of them in a package for $2.49. Anybody need a replacement mirror?
So you are saying you have a potential for another 70 years of bad luck to compound onto the 7 you just acquired ?
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So you are saying you have a potential for another 70 years of bad luck to compound onto the 7 you just acquired ?
Why do you think I'm trying to get rid of the rest! haa haa olnolan
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:55 PM
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7 years of bad luck, huh... good tip though!
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Sears will warranty broken glass on their craftsman mirrors. I have been doing it for years
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sears will warranty a wooden hammer handle too

keep your mirrors olnolan
nothing here i want to look back at
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OLNOLAN you sure do come up with some stuff , I gotta say ... always thinking and there is nothing wrong with that .....
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