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Old 06-15-2007, 11:58 AM
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HOLY ****!

Ahhh! Ahhh! Ahhh! I did one once.

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hey boss!!! can i give it a try?
i done always wanted to fiddle with one of them there newfangled electronical controlled cars.
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Might be cheaper to buy a new truck, but I can't be sure until I take it apart.
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We got 'er fixed and you can take this box of extra stuff with you.....

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I argee with "AHHHHHHHHHH- HOLY S***!!!!!" I had a customer hear me say that just last wed. when I found a really bad mount on his Volvo when it crushed my finger. Volvo wins, my finger broke in 15 different places and still hurts. Moral of the story- don't put your fingers where they don't belong.
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Can you say workers comp?

Sorry, hope you are not in to much pain.

BTW, where are the other places not to stick you finger in? lol
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I argee with "AHHHHHHHHHH- HOLY S***!!!!!" I had a customer hear me say that just last wed. when I found a really bad mount on his Volvo when it crushed my finger. Volvo wins, my finger broke in 15 different places and still hurts. Moral of the story- don't put your fingers where they don't belong.
Hmmmm? Now young feller I'm going to give ye some sage advice as was given' to me by my younger brother Jim Maines. Now Jimbo worked in the deep mines up in Clearfield Co. Pa. some years back. He ran the "auger". That's the machine that drilled the coal out'a the seam and dumped it unto a belt to haul it the 2 miles back up to the surface. Yup..he was 2 miles underground..worked from dark-to-dark. Though he is a few years my junior he gave me this advice and I've never forgot it. Think about it and it'll bid ye well in all yer years to come. "DON'T put yer fingers anywheres ya wouldn't put yer ++++!!" Sounds like right simple advice..eh? Well next time ye reach fer that big hammer 'er wedge a finger between something big and heavy..think about it. Just pause a moment and say..."Would I put Mr. Winkie/The Great Anaconda/ Lazarus" (for those of us over 50 and knowledgable of Viagra) ) in there?" Hmmm? Repeat the mantra..."would I do that?" Skinned knuckles and barked elbows are acceptable to us old foggies. Broken bones (or worse!) are for the young and unthinking! (giggle!) Food for thought...Audie, the oldfart!
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sounds like words to live by. I'll remember that and prolly pass it on a time or two. as for an update all is good and in 3 weeks I get new x-rays I'll try to scan the ones I have now but no garentee.
thanks all.
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