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Old 04-05-2014, 08:28 AM   #31
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Old 04-08-2014, 02:17 AM   #32
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Well they say bad luck comes in threes, and correct they were.
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Wiring under the layout, put glasses on floor and elbow on glasses.

Also one quick question, how long do you preheat a microwave before you put the TV dinner in?
I tried using the oven for a TV dinner yesterday but the box caught fire.

I guess the wife packed up and left sometime last week shortly after I repaired one of her shoes, just noticed yesterday.

I can't be the only one with these issues, come on and share so I don't feel like the odd man out.

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Old 04-08-2014, 09:23 AM   #33
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HaHa! You don't have to preheat the microwave,you should take the dinner out of the box before cooking and get the wife back right away. It's cheaper to live with her than without her. Besides your going to burn your house down anyway so go get her some new shoes at a thrift shop somewhere and lock your train room. The wife may slip in there and sell all your trains just for spite. Ha! Pete
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Old 04-20-2014, 03:12 AM   #34
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Well the food finely gave out. Had to head to the general store and stock up on provisions. After I got the car battery charged up again I set out on my quest.

A newfangled thing called a supermarket had everything I needed.
With a car full of food and drink I set out to find some new shoes.

Strange as it may seem neither Home Depot nor Lowes carry shoes.
But fortune smiled on me as right across the street from Lowes was a big complex full of stores. What will they think of next. Look a shoe store.

End result
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You know what they say An ounce of prevention.........

Final resting place for the old friends. Buried them right next to the wif.... oops
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Now I can get back to the TRAINS

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Old 04-20-2014, 07:58 AM   #35
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Wow! Look at the treads on those shoes, you could climb Mt. Everest with them. Look like snow/mud treads to me. Are they made by Firestone or Goodyear? Well anyway congratulations on the big buy and now you can have dry feet for the spring and summer.
So show us what else you bought for survival. Pete
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Old 04-20-2014, 08:30 AM   #36
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Wow! Look at the treads on those shoes, you could climb Mt. Everest with them. Look like snow/mud treads to me. Are they made by Firestone or Goodyear? Well anyway congratulations on the big buy and now you can have dry feet for the spring and summer.
So show us what else you bought for survival. Pete
You don't want to go to Everest right now.
http://xfinity.comcast.net/video/See...mod_sf_everest


You could have still used the shoe laces!
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Old 04-21-2014, 02:17 AM   #37
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Wow! Look at the treads on those shoes, you could climb Mt. Everest with them. Look like snow/mud treads to me. Are they made by Firestone or Goodyear?
They say "Goodyear All terrain" on the bottom. I figure that when I go over Donner Summit and they have chain control up I can just show them my shoes and I'm good to go.

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