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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 6:33 pm 
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sucking roosters or jacking off, but I'm not certain which.

They have a great tech support line that only puts you on HOLD for 5-6 minutes until you get the recording that the area is PRESENTLY HAVING PROBLEMS

but will SOON BE FIXED.

God DAMN but this is better than when you had to call "Tony" or "Tom" and he'd tell you that he could fix stuff but right now it is all broke.

:mad: :mad:

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99 degrees here.

This is a whiners forum!!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:34 pm 
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my house is 71 degrees. time to prep the furnace.


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Does it burn frog manure?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:43 pm 
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all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:29 am 
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adamlaneus wrote:
all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.

Great way to ruin a knife. Next time use a phuckin' screw driver. :roll:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:34 am 
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It has a screwdriver Mrs. Hall.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:23 am 
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Not an electric one.

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If you stick it in a power socket it does.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 11:00 am 
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BigMark wrote:
It has a screwdriver Mrs. Hall.

But did Adam use it? :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:41 pm 
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PerryHall wrote:
adamlaneus wrote:
all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.

Great way to ruin a knife. Next time use a phuckin' screw driver. :roll:


this 'knife' was ruined from the start. it's supposed to be a swiss army knife. ordered off of amazon for a secret santa gift.

as it turns out, this knife is a chinese knockoff. almost everything about it is wonky and off kilter. lol.

and yet. there are certain things it can do and if it's the first thing i find...well...

there are certain screws that i'd take care with. the ones holding in my furnace vent are not ones that are cared for.


also, i vacuumed enough cat hair from that filter to make another cat.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:54 pm 
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adamlaneus wrote:
PerryHall wrote:
adamlaneus wrote:
all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.

Great way to ruin a knife. Next time use a phuckin' screw driver. :roll:


this 'knife' was ruined from the start. it's supposed to be a swiss army knife. ordered off of amazon for a secret santa gift.

as it turns out, this knife is a chinese knockoff. almost everything about it is wonky and off kilter. lol.

and yet. there are certain things it can do and if it's the first thing i find...well...

there are certain screws that i'd take care with. the ones holding in my furnace vent are not ones that are cared for.


also, i vacuumed enough cat hair from that filter to make another cat.

When you said "army knife", I pictured a Kabar or similar military knife. If you had said Swiss army knife I would have known what you are talking about and would have refrain from commenting.


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Keep with the narrative you space cadet.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:35 pm 
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PerryHall wrote:
adamlaneus wrote:
PerryHall wrote:
adamlaneus wrote:
all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.

Great way to ruin a knife. Next time use a phuckin' screw driver. :roll:


this 'knife' was ruined from the start. it's supposed to be a swiss army knife. ordered off of amazon for a secret santa gift.

as it turns out, this knife is a chinese knockoff. almost everything about it is wonky and off kilter. lol.

and yet. there are certain things it can do and if it's the first thing i find...well...

there are certain screws that i'd take care with. the ones holding in my furnace vent are not ones that are cared for.


also, i vacuumed enough cat hair from that filter to make another cat.

When you said "army knife", I pictured a Kabar or similar military knife. If you had said Swiss army knife I would have known what you are talking about and would have refrain from commenting.



I used the phrase "fake army knife" which is my term of endearment for this thing.

i am terribly sorry for the confusion.


I do not use a real knife for dealing with screws.

that's a job for a coin.


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probably a half dime. Super thin, they do the job.


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adamlaneus wrote:
PerryHall wrote:
adamlaneus wrote:
all done. i used the fake army knife to unscrew the four screws to clean my filter.

Great way to ruin a knife. Next time use a phuckin' screw driver. :roll:


this 'knife' was ruined from the start. it's supposed to be a swiss army knife. ordered off of amazon for a secret santa gift.

as it turns out, this knife is a chinese knockoff. almost everything about it is wonky and off kilter. lol.

and yet. there are certain things it can do and if it's the first thing i find...well...

there are certain screws that i'd take care with. the ones holding in my furnace vent are not ones that are cared for.


also, i vacuumed enough cat hair from that filter to make another cat.



And yet the Chinese army is quite formidable. The Swiss wear those dumb outfits and scream neutrality whenever a conflict is brewing....go figure.


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Chinese army.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:58 pm 
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Chinese knife

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