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Old 06-19-2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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L. O. L. What a dumbass.
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They walks amongst us
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LOL - Cordless drill = burglars tools. Sweet.
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I'm with Red Foreman

Sadly, as gas prices continue to rise, folks are going to have to start putting the cars into locked buildings at night. Or chain a Rottwieler to them
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Where'* Squirrelly...and why was he carrying a cordless drill?
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i hope they gave him his sign ! lol
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I guess he never heard of a hose
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Reminds me of a guy that kept insisting that a cordless drill was fine to use to drill into a blown down gas main because you didn't have to plug it in so that meant there were no sparks
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NEWSFLASH:

You cannot siphon fuel from a Bonneville (at least 92 and newer). There'* an anti-siphon screen in the fill neck.

Trust someone who nearly ran out of fuel at Woodburn dragstrip last year (WCBF '06).
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