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Old 02-12-2006, 07:22 AM
kenseth17 kenseth17 is offline
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Time to mop the floor roger, I see a few footprints on it, lol. Wow nice and clean and plenty of light. I only have a worn down 1 1/2 stall, no insulation or electricity, no tvs, no fridge, no stereo system, bare studs and nothing hanging on the wall except a board for hanging tools, and a few nails to hang spray guns from. I have to run cords from the house. Ahh wish I was rich or had credit so I could get half the garage of most of you, someday. I have got to do a few cool things out in my itsy bitsy piece of heaven. Its not much but it beats working out at pops place like I did in the past, so now I can just do my thing and not be bugged by anyone. My older neighbor has two nice sized garages, but he is often gone, and never seen him do anything too cool in it. They are filled with junk and the only thing I've seen him build is some ugly pole and can birdfeeders and birdhouses he was trying to sell at one time. Life isn't fair. Birdhouses? geez, not unless there is a firebird in the garage. Where all gonna come over countilaw and take some spy photos. You could just paint it camaflauge like when the car manufacturers take a car not yet released out for test sessions.
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