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  • When working with sewer augurs, it is always a good idea to have the correct cutting head before leaving the rental place.
    • Cast iron pipes do not have any elasticity at room temperature.  Please make a note of that.
  • New family rule – If you’re good at the vet, you get french fries on the way home.
    • The chicken sandwich, on the other hand, is not yours, no matter how much you beg and try to sit in the driver’s lap.
  • Siamese cats make for outstanding companions while working a night shift in the basement.
  • Putting “2001:  A Space Odyssey” on the computer before you go to sleep for the day makes for some rather interesting dreams.
    • The first 20 minutes or so of that movie always remind me of family.  I’m not sure why.
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  1. John in Philly

     /  December 31, 2015

    When stowing the sewer auger in the back of the station wagon to bring it home from the rental place, remember to lash it down. Thus avoiding the carpet of diamonds that was your rear window. Also whatever you think the cost of a window with heating inserts, a hole for the wiper, and a radio antenna built in, you are way under estimating the cost.


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