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Old 02-23-2012, 05:11 PM   #81
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Sitting on computer trying to read PT and listen to Nascar on Speed. Father in law still babbling about quarters. He found one today on a mini golf course today. He is now lecturing me on why you should put all your quarters in a jar and then you can go out for dinner when it is full and it is free. No, you saved a bunch of non 1975 quarters. Lord help me!
LOL .. take your jar of quarters to the restaurant?

Maybe give the waiter a hand-full for a tip too?

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Old 02-23-2012, 07:29 PM   #82
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I wish you'd quit bragging about your GD snowblower!

j/k

It's been a long Winter here. I noticed yesterday one of our bushes has some buds on it..that was a welcome sight.
GD. Gosh dang right?
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My God you guys are pitiful
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It didnt suck.Had the day off and watched the twin 125 quals at Daytona!
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GD. Gosh dang right?
Absolutely

Relax, mud

(God only reads the pricing threads )
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pulled up in HO drive this morning and off to the side and he was backing out of garage not paying attention and rammed in to me.The oniy funny thing about it was he was driving Dodge ram!
I guess you could say it was crash wednesday instead of ash for me.
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I guess you could say it was crash wednesday instead of ash for me.

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Traffic on 95 was brutal. 33 mile delay. But I did get an order for 300 gallons of epoxy ester dryfall and 500 gallons of of Texcrete WB for a large Tilt up job.
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I guess you could say it was crash wednesday instead of ash for me.
Catholic?
Or one of the other (non-counting) religions?

Joking people...JOKING!

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But I did get an order for 300 gallons of epoxy ester dryfall and 500 gallons of of Texcrete WB for a large Tilt up job.

Things are looking up all over.
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Catholic?
Or one of the other (non-counting) religions?

Joking people...JOKING!


Things are looking up all over.
Its a relationship not a religion.
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Yesterday my client ( who has more $ than common cents) decided she wanted a different color stain on one floor of her reno - after I just sanded and triple coated it ! AND she approved the 1st color - go figure.
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Sorry Bill and here I am whining about a truck delivery
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My wife has started to complain that I am spending to much time on this forum The benefits are now being offset by guilt. I have actually started telling her that I'm going out to get something, then park outside a coffee shop w/ my laptop and hijack their wireless. Is this addiction.

Is there a PT anonymous forum for those who have become addicted.....on second thought, that would just add to the problem
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My wife has started to complain that I am spending to much time on this forum The benefits are now being offset by guilt. I have actually started telling her that I'm going out to get something, then park outside a coffee shop w/ my laptop and hijack their wireless. Is this addiction.

Is there a PT anonymous forum for those who have become addicted.....on second thought, that would just add to the problem
I think more than a few of us here can identify with the situation you describe - as could some wives. I tell mine there are worse things I could be doing (sound familiar?). But still, I've recently been attempting to enforce a PT time limit on myself. I've set three hours a day as a realistic goal. Does that seem about right?
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I think more than a few of us here can identify with the situation you describe - as could some wives. I tell mine there are worse things I could be doing (sound familiar?). But still, I've recently been attempting to enforce a PT time limit on myself. I've set three hours a day as a realistic goal. Does that seem about right?
3 hours ? Pfft you can't even come close !. Face it, we're all addicted.
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Had another bad day my twin brother forgot my birthday!
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