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    Florida Orange,

    What do you think of this orange?
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    Talking boys will be boys, right Ian??

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gills View Post
    I go out for a day, whilst spending last night over in the electrics area of the forum (where else can you go on a Friday night?), and all out war breaks loose.

    Let's all be friends.

    I think a good compromise, and the main message we should take away from this post, is as follows...

    *Some of the plumbing in Key West is not quite as good as it might first seem. So don't drink straight from the Ocean.*

    These lively debates are good fun. They what keep us coming back for more.

    Good night and God Bless.

    Yea you missed a lot of fun .here today....

    I got to put two water heaters in by myself , both in
    basements and at the same time between calls manage to
    start all this trouble all by myself.......


    please dont take anything I said personally..


    you do like Guinnes Stout, correct???.
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    I give as good as I get Mark, and I gave a lot up-front!

    No offence taken at all. I get worse at work, and especially at home!

    Stout is a little difficult for me to drink. If it's cold and served in Ireland though, it is quite delicious.

    How about a Miller Genuine Draft instead (the best beer in America)?

    Or will that start another round!


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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaOrange View Post
    Tool fan?
    I've got them all.
    Indeed! Saw them in Charlotte a few weeks ago....great!

    Spiral out!
    Matt

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    Thumbs up More COWBELL!

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    This thread needs more cowbell.
    Now that was funny! Thanks

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    DA: W. Pa. boy could have moved septic tank lid
    The Associated Press

    September 15, 2009, 8:56 AM / 0 comments

    A district attorney says a 4-year-old boy could have moved the lid off a western Pennsylvania septic tank where he was found dead earlier this month.

    Beaver County District Attorney Anthony Berosh says the tank's lid was a 14-pound sheet of corrugated metal, not a heavy, dense manhole cover as previously described by state police.

    Autopsy results on the boy, Wyatt Smitsky, are pending further tests. The boy was found dead in the septic tank on Sept. 5 on property near his home in Greene Township, about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.

    Berosh says authorities still aren't sure if the boy's death was a homicide, the result of negligence or an accident.

    The boy was playing with two young sisters when he went missing, prompting an 18-hour search by hundreds of volunteers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gills View Post
    OK. I suppose I am just a septic sceptic.

    If people want to keep poop in their back yard, then it's up to them.
    You should move to Milwaukee, where they've spent over $2 billion on their sewer system the past 2 decades and STILL dump billions of gallons of raw sewage into Lake Michigan every time we get an inch of rain. Not to mention that's also their source of drinking water. I think I'll keep my septic out here in the burbs.

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