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Old 05-23-2016, 10:31 PM   #21
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She dumped you. It's okay, there,there....
actually she was a slut. I shoved a twinky in her face when I told her to f off.
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actually she was a slut. I shoved a twinky in her face when I told her to f off.
Man! Old time Twinkie? (yummy)......or new recipe Twinkie?(yuk)

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Dude! I'm just messin' with you. Lighten up!


And no more drunk posting! I learned that a couple years ago
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Man! Old time Twinkie? (yummy)......or new recipe Twinkie?(yuk)

James Cagney smashes a grapefruit into Mae Clarke's face - YouTube
It was over twenty years ago. I still feel bad about it. Wasting a perfectly good twinkie that is.

She ended up marrying her meth dealer.
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. I've also seen people make a paste out of salt and water and use that. Leaves a nice broken edge.
Sorry to break this witty repartee, can you elaborate on the salt and water method?
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Sorry to break this witty repartee, can you elaborate on the salt and water method?
I saw some crazy mexican dudes do it in a shop south of the border near San Diego once. They had all kinds of ways to distress stuff. Some of the shops down there where actually passing some furniture off as authentic antiques.

They would make a thick paste out of salt and water, lay it on the surface, (i don't know if this would work on a vertical surface though) let it dry, paint over it, let the paint dry, and then use a Scotchbrite pad with a little water on it to rub the paint off. The salt would either come up or it would dissolve.

They actually had chains with metal pieces welded to them and pieces of barbed wire fencing hanging on the wall of the shop. They would flog the furniture like some kind of weird porno movie for a half hour or so to distress them. Then they would coat the piece in some kind of acid concoction to "age" the wood. They were all out. They did some replica pieces for Old Town San Diego and Balboa park that if they didn't have a "replica" tag on them could (and sometimes did) fool an expert. If we found out that a customer was passing their product off as "authentic" we would stop selling to them and alert the authorities. I don't think It did any good though.

I know I made tons of money off of them selling them drums of gilsonite that Henry's (of roof tar fame) practically gave to us. It was a waste product from making roof coatings. It's a great way to replicate an aged clear finish using a stain.
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I can't wrap my head around how the salt would stay in position with a brush or roller wacking away at it.

Nothing accomplished today, granite guys messed me up and carpenter messed me up, oh well.
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I can't wrap my head around how the salt would stay in position with a brush or roller wacking away at it.

Nothing accomplished today, granite guys messed me up and carpenter messed me up, oh well.
I did not even try to work today. It was the first DRY day we have had for about a month. Got all kinds of yard work done, finally
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around here the Amish calls em chicken houses and the english (everyone else) calls em chicken coops. And we don't through a fit because they calls us all english either.
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around here the Amish calls em chicken houses and the english (everyone else) calls em chicken coops. And we don't through a fit because they calls us all english either.
Around here, we call it Grocery Store.
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Another glorious day of yardwork
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Another glorious day of yardwork
Yardwork? That's what goats and sheep are for.
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hard to teach them to plant stuff, they always want to eat it
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hard to teach them to plant stuff, they always want to eat it
That's the point. If they eat it, no more yard work. Then you can sit back and watch rugby all day.
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That's the point. If they eat it, no more yard work. Then you can sit back and watch rugby all day.
like hockey or lacrosse, I cannot tell what the hell is going on
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like hockey or lacrosse, I cannot tell what the hell is going on
? Pain. Pain is whats going on. It really isn't that hard to understand once you watch it a few times.

But I don't understand why pro basketball players get to take 4 steps without dribbling the ball and when I played I didn't.?
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I can't help it. Every time I read the title of this thread, I think about all the distressed chickens. And that coop wood that is used to house them.
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I can't help it. Every time I read the title of this thread, I think about all the distressed chickens. And that coop wood that is used to house them.
You sound like my brother the English professor
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You sound like my brother the English professor
I am a bit twisted. And one wave short of a shipwreck.
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I am a bit twisted. And one wave short of a shipwreck.
You are not alone, John. Lol
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