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Old 12-29-2012, 08:11 PM   #411
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At who??
Some invisible guy that only exists in my head. Yeah, you are right... that does sound crazy.

 
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:22 PM   #412
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Some invisible guy that only exists in my head. Yeah, you are right... that does sound crazy.
There's your sign...

It sounds even worse when you look at how many people out there think it's "normal" too. They don't see how it's such a cult mindset... IMO organized religion is the opiate of the weak minded.



I'll go put on my fire-proof (kevlar lined/bulletproof) suit now... Come get some!!
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:29 PM   #413
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Come get some!!
No can travel. But maybe some weekend you could bring the whole family down to see my lettuce cutter.

 
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:32 PM   #414
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No can travel. But maybe some weekend you could bring the whole family down to see my lettuce cutter.
Ummmm, yeah, chances of me going to FL is somewhat less than nil...
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:37 AM   #415
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Don't worry, babe, all in good fun, all my love... Now should I say 'eff you?
She called me "babe" and gave me her "love" *blushing*...

I bowed out but if you had said F-U it would have been just fine.

I am wondering if your slab is "humped"?

 
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:44 AM   #416
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I am wondering if your slab is "humped"?
Not so much humped as a slight curvature. Do you want to come see my lettuce cutter sometime? It also cuts and bags oregano and chives...

 
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She called me "babe" and gave me her "love" *blushing*...

I bowed out but if you had said F-U it would have been just fine.

I am wondering if your slab is "humped"?
If you noticed, she does that with pretty much everyone. Oh, and you're showing.

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Not so much humped as a slight curvature. Do you want to come see my lettuce cutter sometime? It also cuts and bags oregano and chives...
I have to wonder what gives it the "slight curvature"... Sure, you offer to show him your lettuce, oregano and chive...
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If you noticed, she does that with pretty much everyone. Oh, and you're showing.



I have to wonder what gives it the "slight curvature"... Sure, you offer to show him your lettuce, oregano and chive...
Sorry man but I think she likes me better. Don't worry, we're still buds and I'll tell you all about her "lettuce"

 
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Not so much humped as a slight curvature. Do you want to come see my lettuce cutter sometime? It also cuts and bags oregano and chives...
Well, I just don't get the slab thing. You should show us a pic...that would make it all better.

I would love to see a cutting/bagging lettuce/oregano/chive machine...when's a good time for you?

 
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:16 AM   #420
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Well, I just don't get the slab thing. You should show us a pic...that would make it all better.

I would love to see a cutting/bagging lettuce/oregano/chive machine...when's a good time for you?
It's because it's built on a slight hill and it goes with the flow. To get a long shot pic, I'd be standing in the woods and you'd only be able to see it through the trees, but I'll try. The concrete was swept to be in sinc with the earth. This way, it won't compact itself and explode, just slowly crumble in a big storm. So you'd be standing in crumbled concrete with a metal roof over your head instead of a sudden crushing. Because who wants to be suddenly crushed.

Pretty much anytime I guess, as long as you promise not to call it a lawnmower. Oregano and chives grow back too, after you cut 'em down.

And I do like you better....

 
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