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Old 10-28-2007, 07:14 PM
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Wow Mikey

Run Outta Brownie Mix???

Next you going to tell me my Suburban is a SUV?

I been buying tools at swap meets and garge [You Spelled Garage Wrong] sales for so long that I now have partial sets of tools from almoat [ This One Too]every manufacturer known to mankind..
Yea me too a lot of tools found in the cars I was wreckin'

Found 2 BIG sets of Channel locks in the road a few weeks ago

I cant stand the guy's who I had to work with that looked like Donkey Kong scooping everything they own around & around & around like they are making scrambled eggs in their tool box .

Blood dripping everywhere hands & face looks like a scabby Crack hound because they use a crescent wrench for every thing ,hammer, nut driver, beer bottle opener 1/2" Breaker Bar .

Which is fine but don't drip your blood on me.

I got more important things to do EVEN IF its nuthing than looking for that F*^%$&king 5.5mm socket cause of Ford & their better Ideas

{remember I have CRUSHED more cars than I have fixed }

A place for everything & everything in its place.

Thank You Very Much.

The guy that I rent space to has one of those husky seems so ....shallow. I pick up one of the tools and they just lay there in my hand, saying

Send Us to Rob He will Save us from the Evil Mikey


{To George Thorogood's Tune "I drink alone" }

I work alone..... all by my self....I work know when I work alone I prefer to be my self's

I still Love Ya thou Mikey Really I do

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