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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by jpbturbo, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. Scooby Snax

    Scooby Snax Friend of Leo's

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    Josh, welcome back!
     
  2. Jupiter

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    It's a trap!
     
  3. Barncaster

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    Yes,
    That thing looks rigged. I wouldn't touch it! Send Jar Jar in so see if its safe! Buwahaahaa!
    Rob
     
  4. R. Stratenstein

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    Looks safe to me. Although Jar-Jar needs to climb up between those big gears and oil the machine. :twisted:

    Glad you're back, Josh.
     
  5. sjohnbruton

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    What a piece of junk... ;-)

    Welcome back!

    John
     
  6. jpbturbo

    jpbturbo Tele-Afflicted

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  7. R. Stratenstein

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    Somebody needs to b***h-slap Princess Leia and tell her to get her happy pants on. She's become a nattering nabob of negativity! Always thinkin' up more work for the other guys to do. She needs to do a little grunt work herself, too; all she does is stand around while those other little guys work their plastic butts off, and she whines about far-fetched problems that are never gonna happen. Maybe she and Jar-Jar can go together and refuel the reactor or something .
     
  8. Scooby Snax

    Scooby Snax Friend of Leo's

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    I will preface this that If one of you rat's me out, you will pray for a quick death...

    Something tells me that Josh has observed my wife with the The whole, those that can, do; those that can't criticize you to no end dynamic.

    sorry, but it's Amidala, not Leia, but I'm with you, that is unless you rat me out, again, generic warning that I have a nasty streak.
     
  9. jpbturbo

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    She's actually the manifestation of the voice inside my head that keeps me from making too many mistakes.
    Natalie Portman and I were born on Les Paul's birthday back in 1981.
    I tried to arrange the coolest birthday party ever a few years back but I was the only one of us who was able to make it.

    I would rather have a jazz bass style pickup anyway but we'll let the little guys figure that one out.
     
  10. Scooby Snax

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    I hear you Josh, I tried to arrange a Birthday Party for Woody Allen, Richard Pryor and myself, and I made it, so this guy that I worked with, we had a Shwarma, it was good
     
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    Ah yes, B Slap and the Happy Pants! Another quality band name brought to you by the creative minions here at TDPRI! Well done Raoul!
    Rodrigo
     
  12. R. Stratenstein

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    Not to worry, Scoob. What happens on the forum- - -stays in the forum. Well, usually. Sorry I misidentified the whiny chick. It's been about eleventy-seven years since I watched a Star Wars movie, so I'm a little rusty, and I completely missed out on the action figures thing. I stand by my original assertion, though, no matter who she it. Even if she's just Josh's Alter Egress.
     
  13. R. Stratenstein

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    Rodrigo, my friend, you are too kind. My humble efforts pale in comparison with some of the true talent found here.
     
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    Alter Egress......... And yet another fine specimen Raoul!
     
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    So, was she right or not about the flatwork and stuff?
     
  16. Jupiter

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    A feint?
     
  17. jpbturbo

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    Yeah, they are definitely going to have to use something else for the flatwork.

    Not because of the issues within the flatwork itself though.
     
  18. R. Stratenstein

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    But, rather, because of. . . . . . . (nudge, nudge)

    EDIT: Come to think of it, I'm not holding my breath for response from Josh this evening. With a house full of little trick or treaters like he has, I can only imagine he and his wife are caught up in some major uh, stuff. . .
     
  19. jpbturbo

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    Actually I've battened the hatches and brought titebond inside for the night.
    We've got a winter storm warning and are expecting up to 10 inches of the white stuff this weekend.

    Which brings me to the point of it being below freezing outside means it is below freezing in the shop.
    In the interest of continuing some projects this winter I have started building a proper workbench for hand tool work that will be going in the living room.
    This all has the wife's blessing(because she is amazing) and I am planning on building a small folk harp for her.

    I suppose I could post a few pics of the workbench build since that's what I've been working on, although I really just started.
    We have been reorganizing our house to try and make the bedrooms work for us and the little ones and it has been taking a lot of my weekend time.

    Don't worry though, I haven't forgotten about the bass.



    Or Jar-Jar.
     
  20. R. Stratenstein

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    Appropriately ominous. :D

    Split an extra cord for the fahrplace tonight, sounds like you'll need it!
     
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