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Old 03-13-2013, 09:23 PM   #5545
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I know it's old, but the "expert" on Pawn Stars just said 550 HP "Cummings".
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I know it's old, but the "expert" on Pawn Stars just said 550 HP "Cummings".
Isn't that the unit with the nitro glycerine injector additions.
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I'm prepping for my colonoscopy, what's your excuse?
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Old 03-13-2013, 09:56 PM   #5548
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Admit it Wayne, your hooked on a bunch of worthless info that is repetitious but then again is sometimes informative. HUH, what did I just say?

Are you disin' me!! Do I resemble that remark.

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So many thoughts... Be still my fingers.
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Isn't that the unit with the nitro glycerine injector additions.
Wut?
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I'm prepping for my colonoscopy, what's your excuse?
Hey, I just bought one of those inspection camera thing-a-me's that attaches to a laptop. If you wanna borree it you could do your own ... aw never mind.
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Is it the small bore, or big bore thing-a-ma-jiggy?
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I like this thread cause I can release my pent up inner weirdness!
It's nice to see my other compadres who are obviously older as well, act out their inner silliness!

Life is too serious otherwise.
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How much studying does that require?
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I had to go in once for an oral camera thingy that went down my esophagus through my stomach and into my intestines. My buddy was laughing at me because the day before he had a colonoscopy, and said I really don't think they wash those cameras that good.
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Are you disin' me!! Do I resemble that remark.

Die thread, die!
Your still here!! Ya just can't resist it!!
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I think it will be the first job I do with that inspection scope thingamajig. I will do a colonoscopy on the bowels of the motor home. I want to see why the black water tank keeps giving wonky level readings. Some say that the probes get hung up with stuff and you have to clean them off. I want to see the before and after.

I hear that auto enthusiast gynecologists do motor repairs up through the tail pipe so where do proctologist motor home enthusiasts start from on a motorhome project? Please remember colorectal surgery requires that the doctors slave away in the heart of darkness working where the sun don't shine.

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Watch it buddy, Im still a spring chicken. I'll be a mere 50 come October.
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