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Old 01-31-2006, 11:26 AM   #21
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I um... used the biggest surface area I don't sleep on for a work bench.
Won't you need the cutting board for food some day?
No, it wasn't the cutting board. You're in the right room though.
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Old 01-31-2006, 11:27 AM   #22
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so you worked on the floor?
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well the cieling is the next biggest flat space, but I dont see you as the kind of guy to work upside down.

edit: that or he opened the stove and used the door as a workspace
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well the cieling is the next biggest flat space, but I dont see you as the kind of guy to work upside down.

edit: that or he opened the stove and used the door as a workspace
LOL. Nope. I haven't hung upside down from any flag poles recently. Keep trying.
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Am I stupid for thinking the kitchen table? I use that for **** all the time. I resoldered my wiring harness on my table just two days ago.
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Am I stupid for thinking the kitchen table? I use that for ***^ all the time. I resoldered my wiring harness on my table just two days ago.
His place is as he says...small...

I don't know if he has a kitchen table.
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Am I stupid for thinking the kitchen table? I use that for ***^ all the time. I resoldered my wiring harness on my table just two days ago.
DING DING. Kitchen table it is.

And yeah, it'* a 1 bedroom apartment.
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Next I was aiming for the porch railing.
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Next I was aiming for the porch railing.
She WANTED me to do it on the porch. Too damn cold. That'* where I'll be doing the painting though.
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