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Old 08-26-2004, 07:26 AM
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Actually, the biggest advantage of the commode in the shop is the medicine cabinet. Allows me to reach a band aid before I hemorrhage to the point of unconsciousness.

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You must not have any paper towels and electrical tape laying around.Those are the band aids of champions.
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Well, my wife picks up on those pretty quickly and goes ballistic. I can usually slide by with a good old Band Aid brand adhesive strip.
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Old 08-27-2004, 02:30 AM
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You must not have any paper towels and electrical tape laying around.Those are the band aids of champions.
Around these parts it's lacquer thinner and masking tape.
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Gasoline is a good disinfectant- hemorrhage stopper too.
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Old 08-30-2004, 09:04 PM
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Talking

What's a commode?
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Old 08-31-2004, 02:23 AM
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Waste elimination hydro powered equipment.
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I know I'm not really working until I draw blood at least once...and have I got stories about that!!!
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I know I'm not really working until I draw blood at least once...and have I got stories about that!!!
I rationalize it by thinking that if I vent enough blood every weekend, I will avoid ever having high blood pressure!
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my "garage" is nothing like yours is Willys, but theres atleast 2500 sq ft under roof, including i believe its 16' 2 post benwil car lift, no fancy floor just good ol' dirt, the actually shop portion however is a double wide trailer... you know how this is leading you might be a redneck if your shop is bigger then your house..., our shop is alot... and i mean alot bigger, we do everything, wood work, car work, build planes, rc cars, model cars, machining, welding, you name it we do it
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you know how this is leading you might be a redneck if your shop is bigger then your house..., our shop is alot... and i mean alot bigger, we do everything, wood work, car work, build planes, rc cars, model cars, machining, welding, you name it we do it.

JW.... That only makes sense. Look at the size of the occupants. A person is considerably smaller than a car. That means that a person needs considerably less room that a car does. That means a house should be smaller than the relative garage.
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lol you misunderstood, the double wide that makes up our shop is bigger then the house, the area we do the car work in is outside of the shop, theres 3 walls max, the majority is just under roof ill post pics here in a bit, still got to take them
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Old 09-10-2004, 11:28 PM
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you know how this is leading you might be a redneck if your shop is bigger then your house...,
Another good indicator is that I have always looked at a family reunion as a great place to meet girls!
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From your computer you will have to upload them to the gallery and not directly to the site.

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