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Old 02-24-2009, 01:29 AM   #21
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Ewwwww, now that was weird. Bet the result of a piercing.
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Actually the nasal lavage is supposed to be very good for you. I had sinus issues for many years and my surgeon tried to get me to do this before and after sinus surgery. I couldn't! It felt like I was drowning. I bought a Neti pot and everything to try to do as the Dr ordered...one time and the Neti pot when to the garbage can.
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Old 02-24-2009, 01:35 AM   #23
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Hmmmm. Maybe if it were in powder form.........
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Hmmmm. Maybe if it were in powder form.........
Not this cowboy! I roll clean and sober. Besides that...I sneeze easy and would make a mess everywhere!
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Old 02-24-2009, 08:14 AM   #25
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Man, I'm glad I went to bed.
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Old 02-24-2009, 01:38 PM   #26
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Not this cowboy! I roll clean and sober. Besides that...I sneeze easy and would make a mess everywhere!
Twas just a joke. I wouldn't dream of using illicit forms of recreation or promoting them.........Been clean since '89 myself. I made a decision to "fade way" rather than "burnout". ( Who sung that song?) Scotch leaves me with a nice buzz and doesnt make me feel like selling my microwave for another round.

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Check out his decals...... kinda ironic poetic justice going on right there. decals are for ricers, he had it coming.

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Twas just a joke. I wouldn't dream of using illicit forms of recreation or promoting them.........Been clean since '89 myself.
I figured so, but it'* always good to set a stake in the ground just in case. Congratulations on your sobriety. My ten year will be November 22 of this year. I haven't looked back and have no regrets...that I can remember?!?!

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Check out his decals...... kinda ironic poetic justice going on right there. decals are for ricers, he had it coming.
That is ironic! I have a picture around here of a fire truck burning...If I can find it, I will post it. Now that'* really ironic!
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Old 02-24-2009, 03:17 PM   #29
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I knew there was a reason you were purple Bill.
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Here'* the story:

This is a Crash Rescue Tanker Truck. It holds 5,000 gallons of water and approximately 600 gallons of ARFF Foam. The fire pumps were driven by 2 - 440 Chrysler gasoline engines. The 60 gallon fuel tank for these engines is mounted in the same compartment that the two pump engines are house, along with the fire pump and associated plumbing. The driver has just done some operations checks on the motors and was returning from the fuel pump, when the fuel tank mounting bracket broke and the fuel tank was ruptured. The driver looked in his rear view mirror and saw hell following him, stopped the vehicle and called for help. We needed to call in a second truck to put out the first one.
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