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    Prepared for the blizzard on the east coast!

    I came home from work, my wife told me we are prepared for the blizzard of 09.
    I went upstairs, had a long day at work.
    Sometimes a picture just says it all.Click image for larger version. 

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    uh, what type of storm is she expecting?







    wish I had some woodworking pics to show.

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    Maybe her college reunion class is spending the weekend at my house?
    Maybe one of the airlines asked her if we can take in some borders stuck at Kennedy?
    Maybe I should watch what she cooks me this weekend?
    (vaughn, Im sorry about the bandwidth)

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    Same thing happens when a storm enters the gulf. First items to disappear from the store shelves is tiolet paper, milk and bread. I sure miss the snow!

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    That's just good planning Allen. I remember running out of certain supplies when I used to be a bachelor. That has NEVER happend since I married my wife...
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    good lord allen! you expecting company? keeping the cottonelle for yourself, and the cheapo scottissue for company?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    good lord allen! you expecting company? keeping the cottonelle for yourself, and the cheapo scottissue for company?
    I agree... that Scott Tissue is water proof and just one grit finer than 600 grit sand paper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    ...uh, what type of storm is she expecting?...
    I'd answer, but the CoC and bad word filter won't allow me to use the key word.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ellis View Post
    I agree... that Scott Tissue is water proof and just one grit finer than 600 grit sand paper.
    Yeah, but what a shine it puts on...what a shine.
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    Ya know Allen theirs three people sitting home right now that can't wipe because your wife bought every roll in the market.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I'd answer, but the CoC and bad word filter won't allow me to use the key word.



    Yeah, but what a shine it puts on...what a shine.

    Only if you use both sides though Vaughn.

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    she only got 2 bottles of milk and one loaf of bread.

    I gotta work tomorrow, not sure how Ill get through the narrow streets of queens and brooklyn, but the F150 has the power, I hope the other cars arent blocking the streets.

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