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Old 02-14-2014, 05:55 PM  
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Haha, not a dime. I had everything except the acetone, and I accidently walked out of walmart with it in my shopping cart after I had paid for my other stuff and was waiting for my car battery.

Am I admitting a crime? NOoooo, I'm definitely headed back there right now to pay for it.

I still haven't heard instructions, so I guess I'll just pour the acetone on my head and bang the tray against the wall. That should work right?


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Yes I clubbed a good one. Neil it's not about the tray or the money it's about V day and no woman. To make matters worse striking out 4 times of all places Walmart. I might want to sniff acetone also today. Not sure what he's going to do with the heat gun. Maybe get the gloves off his hands after they melt. Hope he's taking photos.
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Heeey, i dud gud.
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This thread is a testament to American ingenuity and know how. Such a project requires a celebratory brew.
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Well, we try and run a respectable place here, NO ALCOHOL served before 10:00 AM...
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W.W.W. It's alway after 10 somewhere.
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You got that right...
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In that case “whiskey for my men beer for my horses”.
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