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Old 02-20-2005, 08:38 AM   #21
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Damn.. What about digging up his driveway? You have a friend with a pickup? Go to a local farm and ask if they have any extra manure. If they do, ask how much it would be to fill up this pickup with it. Then cover his driveway with it. Get something to cover up the pickup bed.. and grab some clothes you don't want anymore, because you will want to throw them away afterwards.


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lol justin thats a great idea, unfortunatley i cant do that. ill only be living with them for another year or so, then im out
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Damn.. I would have loved to see pics of that. Maybe just tell him how you feel? I know that sounds dumb, but a lot of people don't realize that what they do is inappropriate and such.


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Clean up tip for electronics: the only way you're gonna get plaster dust off the boards in your TV, stereo, or computer is to use compressed air. Take the cases off, spray the boards CAREFULLY with the compressor nozzle, and use a shop vac at the same time to pick up the dust blowing off.
And do it before spring, if you get nice weather and open the windows on a day with high humidity, that plaster dust will glue itself to the boards.
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Clean up tip for electronics: the only way you're gonna get plaster dust off the boards in your TV, stereo, or computer is to use compressed air. Take the cases off, spray the boards CAREFULLY with the compressor nozzle, and use a shop vac at the same time to pick up the dust blowing off.
And do it before spring, if you get nice weather and open the windows on a day with high humidity, that plaster dust will glue itself to the boards.
i will do that then, thank you for the helpful advice


and jsutin i tried talking to them thats what led tot eh screaming fight with my mother...

apparently im ungratful and all i do is complain.
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