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  If S. Dakota is your 'residence state'...
Posted by: TrainChaser - 3 minutes ago - Forum: Health,Fitness and Hygiene - No Replies

... don't go here for surgery!

My first thought was that he sold the healthy kidney.  Cynical and suspicious?  ME???  I wonder how much kidneys go for, these days?

If you have to go for a surgerical removal anywhere, and the surgeon has 'choices' of more than one body part (leg, breast, etc), write on the GOOD body part with a Sharpie pen:  "Not this one".  A friend did that when her mother went in for a mastectomy, and the surgeon said it was a good idea.

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  You think this is bad? Just imagine what Sandusky Ohio has to go through!
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  An Experienced Butcher admits to cutting cancer of of meat and then selling it to cus
Posted by: Anna - Yesterday, 11:42 AM - Forum: Chit-Chat and Off Topic - Replies (9)

This article made my stomach churn,


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  Still thinking about stuff
Posted by: Motrukdriver - Yesterday, 11:32 AM - Forum: Other Systems - Replies (4)

and I don't know why but...  oh well.  Does anyone have a front mounted receiver hitch?  What about using a extended 2x2 tube that goes inside the front hitch with a round pipe welded perpendicular to the end large enough to receive one of those umbrella type clothes drying racks.  It would be up on the front of your vehicle and pretty much out of the way.  Bucket washer, hand cranked wringer and an umbrella type drying rack and to use an Aussie expression....  Bob's yer uncle.



could probably rig up a way to mount this to the front hitch too


It would be a thing of beauty....

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  Dumpster trailer
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  Provincial state of emergency declared over B.C. wildfires
Posted by: BCGuy - 08-15-2018, 10:04 AM - Forum: Canada - Replies (2)

Provincial state of emergency declared over B.C. wildfires
[Image: image.jpg]The lightning-ignited Wardle wildfire in Kootenay National Park near Highway 93S, looking south in the Vermilion valley is shown in an Aug.1, 2018 handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Parks Canada

CTV Vancouver
Published Wednesday, August 15, 2018 8:43AM PDT
Last Updated Wednesday, August 15, 2018 8:47AM PDT
The B.C. government has declared a provincial state of emergency as the wildfire situation continues to worsen.
There are currently 566 wildfires burning across B.C., prompting 29 evacuation orders that have forced about 3,050 people to flee from their homes.
About 18,720 more residents are under evacuation alert, and officials expect the situation will get worse before it gets better.
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"Public safety is always our first priority and, as wildfire activity is expected to increase, this is a progressive step in our wildfire response to make sure British Columbia has access to any and all resources necessary," Public Safety Ministery Mike Farnworth said in a news release.
"Taking this step will further ensure we can protect the public, property and infrastructure, and assist with firefighting efforts."
More to come…  

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  Rigid Cordless Router
Posted by: Everyroadleadshome - 08-14-2018, 08:29 PM - Forum: Product Reviews - Replies (20)

Decided to give a cordless router a try as I needed another router and seeing as how every cordless tool I own has left me with nothing but impressed, why not.  

All my cordless tools are Milwaukee and they don't yet offer a cordless router so I went with a Rigid, as all of their corded tools i've owned, have also left me very pleased, and they have a lifetime warranty on their tools, including batteries.  I didn't want to have to have two different batteries,  but I plan on replacing my Milwaukee stuff with Rigid when they start going, I figured this gives me a head start.  

This thing is great, and not having a cord dragging actually makes using one much easier as it doesn't get caught on your feet or sawhorses or anything else near by causing the router to tilt and ruin the piece you're working on.  I built my window trim today doing a 3/4" round over on my top moulding (two passes with a 3/8" round over bit) and it had absolutely no trouble doing it.  I did a bead detail on the window apron and it had no trouble doing that either.  I build all my trim on a work bench like I'm constructing a piece of furniture, as you get much tighter joints that way, especially pocket hole and screwing all the joints from behind.  I was very impressed I was able to do a triple window and get all my reveals perfect!  

This will be great addition and would be great for doing mobile builds, which I hope to take part in one day.

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  2001 GMC Sierra
Posted by: Motrukdriver - 08-14-2018, 12:58 PM - Forum: Found on Craigslist and other places - No Replies

A decent affordable truck if someone is looking for a cheap tow vehicle.  I'd drive this...  It's a facebook for sale ad so if you don't do facebook this is your one and only warning.


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  ok.. wow Oregon coast 8x12 ambulance trailer
Posted by: GypsyDogs - 08-14-2018, 11:05 AM - Forum: Found on Craigslist and other places - Replies (3)

this one could be amazing for someone


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  Anna becomes Andy
Posted by: Motrukdriver - 08-14-2018, 08:39 AM - Forum: Chit-Chat and Off Topic - Replies (19)

She's been bugging me for a few days now to shave her head... something to do with "it'll grow back thicker", so finally I gave in and got the old Wahl out.  Did a #1 buzz on her noggin.  Ummmm....   For the next month or so Anna is now Andy and I'm a little uncomfortable with it.  I tried to talk her out of it but it was to no avail.  And, when it was done I got "Well, that's not what I had envisioned".  So there you have it,  Anna is now Andy.

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