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Old 08-30-2015, 10:25 PM   #21
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You and I could probably caulk for hours on end, Bill. Wouldn't need a pill though...just a translator.
You DO know there are SOME here who are scratching their heads trying NOT to read too much into that



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You DO know there are SOME here who are scratching their heads trying NOT to read too much into that
Well faulk them.

Does that help?
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Go dripless. The yellow ones. I started using them years ago, never going back.

http://dripless.com/en/applicator-tools/caulking-guns/

ICI paints on Main near Broadway is a great store for paint gear.

I think they call them Dulux instead of ICI now.

This is assuming you're talking Vancouver, BC, CA. I seem to remember there was a Vancouver, WA as well.

There's a Vancouver in Canada?
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Most GOOD hockey fans wish there wasn't.



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The fans here aren't hockey fans they're the Canucks are winning fans...lol
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