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Old 09-24-2022, 05:30 PM   #3459
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To me it reads like a couple of inexpensive battery powered LED lights would come in handy.
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At one time, about 30 years ago, I had lights on the steps hard wired into the deck lights. However, the racoons decided the lights and wiring were toys to be chewed on and played with. -
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Good idea -

At one time, about 30 years ago, I had lights on the steps hard wired into the deck lights. However, the racoons decided the lights and wiring were toys to be chewed on and played with. -
Should have left them turned on. I read fried racoon is good.
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Should have left them turned on. I read fried racoon is good.
Only in West Virginia -
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TIL that a pair of front rotors for a dodge ram 4x4 weigh as much as a Lotus.
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Old 09-24-2022, 09:04 PM   #3463
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TIL that a pair of front rotors for a dodge ram 4x4 weigh as much as a Lotus.
- quit lifting heavy things - have a shop do the brake repair work.

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- quit lifting heavy things - have a shop do the brake repair work.

Did the front brakes on one truck. First day in two months I can walk without a cane. I'm worried how I might feel tomorrow.
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Did the front brakes on one truck. First day in two months I can walk without a cane. I'm worried how I might feel tomorrow.
good thing you've got the next year to recouperate
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Did the front brakes on one truck. First day in two months I can walk without a cane. I'm worried how I might feel tomorrow.
Well now, take it easy - damnit!
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Wait, what?
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Wait, what?
retired people get all the time to do nothing!
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Yep, nothing but time.
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Yep, nothing but time.
Yep, right up until the time you get a cancer diagnosis with a five year survivability rate of less than 50%.
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better than the millenials though. we're all going to work till we're 95 to be able to afford to 'retire'

i've been practicing asking if "you want fries with that?"
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Well now, take it easy - damnit!
Well, feel pretty good today. A little sore, but ok.

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