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Old 02-05-2014, 10:57 AM   #7463
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I was a CPR instructor it can tell you how to revive this tread if it goes into defibrillation.
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I was a CPR instructor it can tell you how to revive this tread if it goes into defibrillation.
I'm a close friend of this thread and know for a fact it has a no resusatate order. We certanly want to abide by its wishes.
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It's amazing how many jobs require CPR certification including some close to minimum wage. Do you think bacon wranglers (also known as Pig Handlers) need CPR certification?

I wonder if I turned my hazard switch upside down if I could start my car. Maybe I should place 2 trays under the wheels, or should I get a massive spinny thing of death? In all fairness I was a child during the 80's so none of these Jezza tricks where in my memories of the 80s. I did wear stripey shirts like James May does currently though. How's that for going off on a tangent?

Someone here is hinting that her vehicle is now off warranty and needs to be replaced. Guess it might delay the good rig half a year :(
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It's amazing how many jobs require CPR certification including some close to minimum wage. Do you think bacon wranglers (also known as Pig Handlers) need CPR certification?

I wonder if I turned my hazard switch upside down if I could start my car. Maybe I should place 2 trays under the wheels, or should I get a massive spinny thing of death? In all fairness I was a child during the 80's so none of these Jezza tricks where in my memories of the 80s. I did wear stripey shirts like James May does currently though. How's that for going off on a tangent?

Someone here is hinting that her vehicle is now off warranty and needs to be replaced. Guess it might delay the good rig half a year :(
I used to be CPR certified when I worked in the electrical field (I think it was a hog pasture).

Luckily my car, which is also out of warranty, is safely in my garage. Unluckily, there is a 100' long driveway with 6" of snow on it between my garage and the road.

As long as you don't wear those silly boots Richard Hammond wears!
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Old 02-05-2014, 01:24 PM   #7467
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I don't have a fashion sense

It stopped snowing here. Was snowing earlier. My car is in warranty, half way through the bumper to bumper but under a year of ownership.

I'm just glad I don't live with hogs. But they should rebrand Superstore as Piggly Wiggly.

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Old 02-05-2014, 01:32 PM   #7469
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You mean people watch Top Gear? Next thing you'll say some people have watched every episode of UK, US and Australia and some of Russian and Korean episodes. Maybe some people watch Fifth Gear? Only 7 episodes this series. Hopefully they'll do 9 episode season in spring.

The other half didn't want us to name the last born Oliv3r though!
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You mean people watch Top Gear? Next thing you'll say some people have watched every episode of UK, US and Australia and some of Russian and Korean episodes. Maybe some people watch Fifth Gear? Only 7 episodes this series. Hopefully they'll do 9 episode season in spring.

The other half didn't want us to name the last born Oliv3r though!
I watch any chance I get! Haven't seen much Fifth Gear and the US, Australia, etc. versions are just cheap offshoots.
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I wish I could watch Old Top Gear. Imho the Australian version is good. They should use Steve if any of the UK guys ever retire. Do you remember the guy in Series 1 before Captain Slow?


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Damn I always though "Canadian Bacon" was a goofy Canuck entertainment movie.

Movie Clip Canadian Bacon Prt 1 - YouTube
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Well, it is to the left coasters! Alberta called they want you to take their snow back.
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Geez, been gone a few days and the thread went to the moon. It is like listening to a dog and a chicken tying to converse!
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Geez, been gone a few days and the thread went to the moon. It is like listening to a dog and a chicken trying to converse!
I thought it was! LOL
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