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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by reffug, Jun 17, 2005.
What did you learn today? 6/17/05
I learned that a if a boat gets going to fast it will 'chine walk'
you're not noah, where's noah? what did you do with noah?
the hotter the summer, the shorter the shorts
I ran him through a wood chipper.
Scheez have a complex why don't u?
Shhhhhh, he's not as annoying as Noah, and that is a proven fact.
I learned that the universe is subtly balanced--for example, my good fortune in finding a 3' x 4' sheet of marble leaning against a tree for disposal will be counterbalanced by the nagging back pain I now suffer after moving the flipping thing in and out of my 60 by myself with adequately stretching out first.
It's just the thing for in front of my fireplace, though.
I learned that JMan steals funerary headstones without reading the inscription on the other side.
Let's see, I learned that after stopping at 3 garage sales and finding nothing I checked my wallet to see how much money I had and realized my wife had taken all of it.. So good thing I didn't find anything I couldn't live without.
You can cover the inside of your microwave with butter very nicely when it pops during melting.
Which of my short dough recipes is a POS.
I learned that anyone putting another through a wood chipper without first freezing the body doesn't know what they are doing. A profesional would freeze them, chop them up, and then feed them through a chipper, because it is a more effective and less messy.
So Reffug where's Noah. String cheese or polar bear pops?
Actually you are correct in that being an effective method. However I prefer to leave the body warm load the chipper onto the back of a moderate sized fishing vessel and chum off the back of said vessel. So in answer to your question neither, he's shark bait.
Sleep'n with da fishes...
I learned how to properly chum with Noah.
i am bad luck when it comes to fishing...you dont want to use me as chum...
that its going to take some time for me to get used to this Texas heat again...
hey but the lone star and shiner are cold
Unless you're talking about Miss Daisy Duke.
I learned I can do a birf job and a PHH between 1:30 and 10:00.
I learned Grouseman has a nice cruiser, which is nice, 'cause he's an alright guy, like just about ever Cruiserhead I've ever met in person.
I learned I might be travelling to Austin this month, but I might not be able to make the trip to MT.
I learned that C-dan's birf kits are the shiz. If you got the cash they are way better than the cheap guys.
I learned I babble a bit after 13 hours in the shop.
I learned that I really, really like
Oh, I also learned that you should always check the birfs on a 100,000 mile cruiser no matter what the wiper seals look like. Grouseman had clean wipers and birf soup.
I learned that I just set the hook in another one............
Actually the way to chum is w/ a set of concrete shoes.
Granted boating with a chipper would be pretty awesome, however I think you'ld need to modify the exit port, by extending it, so you don't get blood all over the boat.