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Old 09-04-2019, 12:59 PM
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Cops were out in full force also............











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This is why Clyde Barrow got away.
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One time he didn't.

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This is why Clyde Barrow got away.
Yep, he only stole V8 Fords for getaway cars.
And as BB pointed out, there was 1 time that didn't work for him either...
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One time he didn't.

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Yep, he only stole V8 Fords for getaway cars.
And as BB pointed out, there was 1 time that didn't work for him either...

When your own family turns agin ya, yer done fer. Xes for eyes.


I had the forethought to grab my impact before heading home, and the side thought that the impact socket might not go on the compressor nut. Yep, nope. No go. I had half a mind to skip it tonight and that convinced the other half. Mid-90s out but barely sweated coming home in the GT. Tint makes a nice difference.
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Speaking of kinfolk (the good kind though)... and Xes for eyes...

You know what I'm gonna say. Aunt B flew away this morning. Thats how this thing we do works, yep. She was a fine woman and her infectious giggle will be missed. Her grandson and wife just had their 8th or 9th child. Onward.

Car talk please now if you got um. I gotta come up with a different socket or adapter or something.
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Sorry to hear that.
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Car stuff.........just a pic of the adjustable tipping tool starting on the other side patch.....


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Yep, what he said. Extend our condolences to your family for us.
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Car stuff.........just a pic of the adjustable tipping tool starting on the other side patch.....


Hot Damn, being Canadian, I bet that is a METRIC tipping tool too...I've never seen one before...
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Hot Damn, being Canadian, I bet that is a METRIC tipping tool too...I've never seen one before...

No, I think it's imperial.
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Hot Damn, being Canadian, I bet that is a METRIC tipping tool too...I've never seen one before...

Yep, I was correct...........




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Pugsy,

I don't see any current calibration stickers on that wrench. I am going to have to ask you to not use it till it is properly certified to NBS specs.
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Might not be metric, but that's a still a first for me. I've never seen size markings on an infinitely adjustable crescent wrench...
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Speaking of kinfolk (the good kind though)... and Xes for eyes...

You know what I'm gonna say. Aunt B flew away this morning. Thats how this thing we do works, yep. She was a fine woman and her infectious giggle will be missed. Her grandson and wife just had their 8th or 9th child. Onward.

Car talk please now if you got um. I gotta come up with a different socket or adapter or something.
It is indeed how life works but that doesn't make it easy. I know you are going to miss her. I am sorry as I know others are too.

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Kind sentiments duly appreciated. Sirs. No GTP activity this day, too bushed to boogie.

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It is indeed how life works but that doesn't make it easy. I know you are going to miss her. I am sorry as I know others are too.

John
Many minds will rest better tonight. Thanks. Alas, you guys only know of that one current drama and I wish thats all there was going at the moment. But it ain't.

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Might not be metric, but that's a still a first for me. I've never seen size markings on an infinitely adjustable crescent wrench...
I had me a nice one with pretty marks, padded handle, the works... no idea where it went. Sucks how Pugsy returned your serve, I thought that was funny as hell. His reply was even funnier. Thanks for giving me the right kind of LOL (not little old ladies).
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