>What an idiot! Comments?
You really shouldn't make me laugh this hard at this time of day ...
I sound like I know what I'm talking about, but don't
Will he pay for a new monitor for me too? Mine's covered in the tea I just
tried to drink :)
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>In article <20030808212615...@mb-m13.aol.com>,
>Re: New bin man
>> What an idiot! Comments?
>Will he pay for a new monitor for me too? Mine's covered in the tea I just
>tried to drink :)
Well to be honest, although I have one of the old Pioneer Ondidgi
boxes I rarely come to this group as I basically think the programming
on FTA is verging on abysmal and hardly use the thing (apart from CH5)
BUT...after reading these I think I may drop in more often :-)
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Hee hee. That one must go on the web site Bill :-)
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> What an idiot! Comments?
Sounds like the time I tried to repair the air spring on my office chair.
It stopped going up so I took the seat off and fiddled around with the
valve. Suddenly a geyser of shitty black oil comes spraying out of the top.
Most of it hit the ceiling, but there was enough that didn't to cover me, my
desk and just about everything in my study. Fortunately it was fairly light
oil, and it could either be wiped off things or they could be washed.
Go for it!
Ohh, thank you! You've made me roll shamelessly onto my back in the hope that
you will scratch my belly. I did mention that I'm a labrador, didn't I?
Hey, you never know. We've had car clampers, dustbin men, etc. No TV aerial
men yet, so there's still the market to be tapped.
>In article <20030810141110...@mb-m12.aol.com>,
>> >Bill, you deserve a newsgroup of your own - or maybe a telly program -
>> Ohh, thank you! You've made me roll shamelessly onto my back in the hope that
>> you will scratch my belly. I did mention that I'm a labrador, didn't I?
>Hey, you never know. We've had car clampers, dustbin men, etc. No TV aerial
>men yet, so there's still the market to be tapped.
..and lots of scope for an interesting programme title based on the word 'erection' of course...
I know I'm showing my age now, but the only comedy programme I can recall
that involved the domestic TV side of things was a programme called 'Three
Live Wires' which aired in the early Sixties and starred Michael Medwin, can
anyone else remember it?
>I reckon this bloke must have been a complete idiot. This is what he told me
>happened to him.
>What an idiot! Comments?
Some of these modern materials can be bit tricky.
A few months back I shoehorned a tube of no nails or whatever into
the back of my overfull estate car. It was a partly used tube of the
easy application type and I left the nozzle on and unprotected.
Slamming the tailgate shut I was unaware that the tube was
pressed into service and filled the catch and surrounding area nicely.
Took a crow bar to lever the door open next morning.
Can't remember it myself, but brief details at: