Wednesday, June 15, 2011

I'm a Man and I Can Fix That ... Again and Again

Plastic ties? Keep that away from OHSA
 Going to the store ... cart is empty.
 I have a feeling that handle is going to arc.
 Are those really Lego's
OUCH !

Thanks David

22 comments:

  1. I wondered where my shopping cart went... The guys under the truck are gonna be pissed when they figure out the flat was on the passenger side...

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  2. I see that guy working on his truck was sharp enough to block his back wheels...

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  3. Born Again, I'm sure that's a special moment under that truck.

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  4. Randy, He's a man and can fix that ... or die trying.

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  5. I would not want to be up on the ladder or under the truck.

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  6. Supi, come on ... where's your spirit of adventure?

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  7. It simply underscores how SMART we men are...

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  8. My first thoughts,,,

    1) Insane
    2) Waste of time and energy
    3) Back to insane
    4) Creatively innovative but impractical (Seattle maybe?)
    5) This begs the question of just what he wants his headstone to read.

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  9. The battery just completely slays me. I am not very inventive I guess.

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  10. I love the bicycle/shopping cart hybrid.

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  11. Christopher, I think you about nailed it.

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  12. Admiral, it won't take much to get that clamp handle to hit that opposite pole ... then Ka-ouch!

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  13. On Watch, I love your use of the word "Hybrid".

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  14. I'm hoping that ever who claims the man changing the tire's body has a good life insurance policy on him.

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  15. The handle on that clamp is the battery tester, if it arcs, it's still good!

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  16. I have worked heights my whole life and never had any fear of it---honest respect yes. I always set my own ladders and scaffolding however. They say the first step is the one you have to watch. This guy is the "stairmaster" but that may be his last step.

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  17. Scott, I'm quite familiar with those cable ties. It WILL be his last step.

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  18. I've seen things like the last one in Korea.

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  19. Trestin, next time take a camera and start a blog called Tresterman.

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