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#271993 4-Jun-2020 18:21
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Yeah, that's so familiar :-).

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  #2498486 4-Jun-2020 19:16
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It's obviously not wise to put such things on the list. What if they actually get purchased?

I want to choose my own tools. And pay cash so lapenguina can't see how bad my power tool problem is.

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  #2498522 4-Jun-2020 20:32
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Damn. I only put "xoxox" in the list.





 

 

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  #2498544 4-Jun-2020 21:13
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I usually do this but put things like thronomister and upper hyperberaltor on it.


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  #2498551 4-Jun-2020 21:20
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I often sneak in a pack of Tim Tams but never thought to try a table saw or belt sander. Next time.

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  #2498593 4-Jun-2020 22:58
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empacher48:

I usually do this but put things like thronomister and upper hyperberaltor on it.

 

 

Yeah, that can be a risky strategy.

 

 

On an unrelated note, if anyone wants to buy a cordless sliding paff gongbudger, never used, get in touch.

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