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Old 06-11-2011, 12:17 AM
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I hate when I do stupid things, like I was pulling the glass so i could sand and paint the sills as i just got done with doing the doors, and jams as part of this paint job im doin this summer,when crack I need a new windshield. But its ok because my lovely wife got carried away on EBAY and in her guilt she suprised me by saying" Honey i blew it and spent to much on EBAY so why dont you go ahead and buy the rest of the paint for your truck that you need. cool uh, i was wondering how i was going get that paint, and now i will be abel to get glass too.
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