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#2 I grilled one of those up last week. Got a nice seer on it, tasty.#3 The repo man cometh and taketh awa,,oops crazy customer thought better. Done a little of that myself many moons ago very few crazies but the crazies gave you good entertainment.
No. 10 is neat. Last time we stamped concrete, it was with a piece of steel with the"imprint" stamp and you had to use a tamp to get the empressions.
#2 Tomahawk Rib Eye. Just delicious. The bone is Frenched, in essence a polished handle.
That's in Maine. R&D by university of Maine.That might be the nano wood fiber project that was being developed when they helped with a patent I was working on.
#9 was the one I was commenting on. You can see our lame senator Collins in the boat, along with other glory seeking potentates.
there goes you high tech jobs old joe say we should look for other work not a welder on a pipe line. oh and the 12yr old programming the machine.... not a degreed position. OLD JOE and his dream team.....jello first america.
#9 3D printing. So a producer of armored vehicles ... You get the idea. Maybe cutting that 5-year testing and approval time to, oh, 6 months?
#3. Not getting repo-ed today!
#2-how I want a women to look at me. #7-how women usually look at me. Jackdaddy63
What is that tiny pistol?
#5 - zero waste, I love it.#9 - add a charge of grand theft...
#7 - wouldn't that kill you?
Naw, back in my hard drinking days, I could drain a half pint of whiskey like that. It'll give him a real quick buzz, but it won't kill him.
Every time I hear about your past I marvel at the fact that1- you're still alive, and2- your brain still functions at the level that it does.
I hear that quite a bit, believe it or not.
I was guessing that was Kenny the first day out of the army in civilian clothes.
What is that unit in #1?
I think back in the day they were called ZIP guns
I wonder how long it took to print that boat?
A quick search says 72 hours to print, 25 ft long, weight 5000 lbs. At the time, Oct. 10, 2019, it was the largest object ever 3D printed. It was done to prove it's possible, not to actually make useful boats. At consumer retail prices ($10 per pound), it's $50,000 worth of plastic filament, but they got a $2 million grant to make the printer as well as the boat, so it didn't cost them anything. Geek
#1: Only works on midgets
#8Looks like it's date night for Achmed.....Tim in AK
#1 - That guy is gimungous!!!
Wow,that's a big guy in #1
North American Arms makes mini pistols now?
#4 don't bullshit me. That's totally opposite. The bathroom is basically swimming when my wife or her daughter step out of the shower.
Same here. Me though? I dry off before I get out of the shower. The only thing that's wet are the soles of my feet.
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