Playing with guns is childish. Cars it what real people get excited about.
I got the strangest recording when I called the phone company the other day.
It said, "You have been connected to the correct department on the first try. This is against company policy. Please hang up and redial."
On Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 3:18:55 PM UTC-4, James Wilkinson wrote:
We've probably got more than 30 screwdrivers in every size from "need
to use a loupe to see the screw head" to "this thing really is a pry bar,
isn't it?" If you count driver bits for the drill, it's probably more
Sounds like we need to buy a few more guns, just for parity.
Bunch of years ago, I stopped pedaling my bike to work in city traffic
when a friend's practice of carrying a loaded .44 magnum in the gas tank
pouch on his motorcycle started to sound reasonable to me.
In a car I find it enough to blast the horn at idiots, after missing them by as small a margin as possible.
Recent medical journals are now advising doctors that, should they discover a patient has an AOL account, they should refrain from telling the patient they have sugar in their urine.
Studies show these people go home and piss on their cornflakes.
Maybe there is a significant diff there: The Very Important Person
hires professionals who presumably know what they are doing and are not
subject to mood swings...... while Joe Citizen is on a DIY basis.
Not saying one is right and/or one is wrong... but there is a
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.