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    thank you for the friendly banter

    Being able to needle Ned about his roof and reading about Larry's adventure (among other threads) have been giving me some much needed laughter.

    Thanks for being a friendly place where we tend to assume things are jokes and laugh rather than getting all snappy like a pair of cats stalking the same trash can.

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    I would say 'anytime' but... at what cost? LOL
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    And you, my friends, help make this a good place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    I would say 'anytime' but... at what cost? LOL
    A bigger bucket?

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    Friendly banter? What friendly banter? We're all serious here. No horseplay, you hear? And that Ned guy, he's among the worst. All day long...joke, smile, joke, laugh, etc. Sheesh! This is serious business here. Please curb your jocularity. Think of the children.



























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    What.............???

    Ned STILL has not got that darn roof done yet

    Ned, you should pay your self a standard rate for the job, and stop paying yourself hourly, you will work harder

    Or............ is it STILL snowing in NY
    The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Friendly banter? What friendly banter? We're all serious here. No horseplay, you hear? And that Ned guy, he's among the worst. All day long...joke, smile, joke, laugh, etc. Sheesh! This is serious business here. Please curb your jocularity. Think of the children.
    Bwaaaaaahahahahahah!!!!!
    Too funny... I tease my youngest that I'm "always serious" and he replies 'Daddy, you're joking right now', which of course, I am/was!
    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    What.............???

    Ned STILL has not got that darn roof done yet

    Ned, you should pay your self a standard rate for the job, and stop paying yourself hourly, you will work harder

    Or............ is it STILL snowing in NY
    A year ago, I was predicting 12" of snow in my shop build thread (which did happen, the snow I mean) We've had a mild, but very wet spring, things are drying out and I"m in discussions with a local roofer, so the end is in sight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kosmowski View Post
    A bigger bucket?
    Do they make a bucket big enough for all the flack I've taken lately? LOL
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    Do they make a bucket big enough for all the flack I've taken lately? LOL
    With your photographic skills, perhaps you should consider filming a video on your efforts to construct a new shop. You could call it, "Full Metal Bucket".
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    Heck Ned all you need is a big bucket of prop wash to blow all the material up there & then all you'd need to do is nail it down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    Do they make a bucket big enough for all the flack I've taken lately? LOL
    Hmmm... Lake Ontario maybe?

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