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Monday, July 13, 2020

Fucking Mondays.....

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  1. #3: Isn't that one of those "no toilet paper needed" features?

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    1. Super powered bidet

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    2. Looks "super power" enough to take your balls off along with the cholate tooth paste.

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  2. #10: Fall turkey season might come early this year.

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  3. #9 9 A.M. on a Sunday morning hangover, shit that you put in the oven at 3 A.M and then passed out on the kitchen floor.

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  4. I have done 5 and 9...

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  5. #8 Whatever caused that hole came from the inside of the door.

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    1. No, it obviously did not.

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    2. Quoting my cousin here: "You don't know what trouble is until you bring your wife's first brand-new car home with a bullet hole in it."

      (He had to take her car to work at his pawnbroker job in Memphis. You can guess the rest.)

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  6. That reminds me, I have to change the float valve on the toilet in the spare bathroom.
    JD

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  7. #8 That is what I thought, Bill! That bullet came from inside!
    #9 That is how my husband cooks when I'm gone. He can't even use drinking as an excuse.

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  8. #3 - It's not often you see one of those kind of flush valves in a residence. I wonder where that was at. It's also another good reason to have the main shut-off valve where you can get to it quickly and easily.

    #9 - I hate to admit it, but I have also done that. I had put some biscuits in the oven and then promptly forgot about them. I went out and mowed the grass and came in to a smokey house and a half dozen brand new charcoal brickets.

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    1. Every commode I've seen (even in Spain) has a shutoff valve on the supply linr under the bowl.

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  9. #1. Turn on the oven and wait a while. Every gas stove I ever owned got the top hot enough to cook an egg.

    #4. No sympathy. None whatsoever.

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  10. #4 did you expect better from an Affirmative Action hire?

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  11. #10--Do not, repeat, do not pour concrete near ducks and geese and go on a lunch break.

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  12. When I was a kid, we had a river in our small town that come fall,would be packed with Coho Salmon. My twin brother and I would snag them,or purposely foul hook them, and bring them home, fillet them, and freeze them, eat them, and give some away.
    We had a bait shop in town, and we would sell the spawn for I think 50 cents a pound. Like #5, I took a quart jar, filled it almost to the top with spawn, untreated with anything, and stuck it in the freezer, to use the following spring when the Steelhead Trout were running. Of course, when a jar of spawn breaks, the spawn leaks out in the freezer, and it is sticky and just makes a mess of things that is hard to clean up.
    The biggest Salmon I ever caught was 28 pounds, and that was after it had spawned, so it would have been well over 30 pounds when it came up river.
    It was of course, illegal to snag those fish, but after spawning, the fish died, and their carcasses littered the banks of the river until something came along and ate them,or they rotted away. They still run, but nowhere near the numbers that they did in the 70's.

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  13. There's an bed of rock outside Shell, Wyoming that looks a lot like #10. More, 125 animals leaving 1,000 tracks. Older, 165 million years. Less cussin' when they were laid.

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  14. #1 I wouldn't want to grab that handle right about now.

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  15. #10 I hope the crew doing that crappy rebarless pour didn't do the footing.

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