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Thread: bad etiquitte or to dusty?

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    bad etiquitte or to dusty?

    we all have been able to get some time in the shop during this holiday season, some like me have been cleaning to get more room for the next project, and some well they have been thinking of ways to retaliate against some poor ole fellar that some times just doesnt speak as fluently as some may think proper..

    so what does this fine ole fellar get in the mail today??? a small box full of TACK Clothes.. now i am not sure if this "burro" is saying i need to do more dusting or that i am just to tacky.. thanks i think dano
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    I got the same box today.
    He told me he thinks I need to speed up my builds so he was just trying to help me out.
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    Larry, as long as there wasn't any deodorant in the box, I'd say it's all good.
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    i feel slighted i didnt even get a letter like allen did
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    Judging by the way you seem to dispose of drills i would say perhaps the letter went out with the packaging.
    cheers

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    nope i just went and checked the box again....
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    I didnt get a letter, I pm'ed dan to thank him and he said since I was doing so much work lately....
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    Danno heard someone say that you were being TACKy and he wanted to help out...
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    Larry just use them to pick up dog hairs :-)
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