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Mens' rule #4375 - braggin rights
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deadcarp    Posted 12-13-2004 at 20:29:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
no matter the cost or difficulty obtaining a thing, no matter it's irreplaceable and so precarious that any excess will render it useless, every so often it's good to ignore advice and just take the thing out and open her up! see what it'll do! stick some foot in it! floor it awhile! if somebody claims it ain't worth squat, see if they're right. if it stays together after that, keep it - ya got one more thing to brag about. you got anything that ain't been thru ell lately? how'd ya know it still works? shame on both of yuh. :)

Fern(Mi)    Posted 12-14-2004 at 05:37:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have to go along with this. For instance doing or building the imposable machine and having it work to the dismay of all the doubting Thomasís looking on. Be it a gadget, a machine, a well placed wedge put to an new use. Be it never seen nor used elsewhere, I'll still take pride in my accomplishment, even if it be in the shadows, my gadgets making each one of my descending days a little easier.

Alias    Posted 12-14-2004 at 04:27:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
DC, you are 100 percent right.

Now, I haven't the foggiest notion about what you're saying. But, by golly it sounds good to me. Cause, I've got a few things that are precarious and irr-replaceable. And, I think I'll put em to the test to see if they are worth bragging about.

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