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EIEIO    Posted 10-28-2002 at 03:56:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
I was checking the posts to see exactly how us wimmen folk is doing in the battle - seems about right we are winning. I do have one comment though, as far as the tin foil hat and lightening. I don't need no tinfoil hat for that. So far in my life I have had the houses I was living in hit on eight or nine different occasions. It is crazy. When there is a storm whatever room I am in gets hit, here is a list of some items that have been blown out, caught on fire, or just died, 3 projection TVs, 3 Computers, VCRs, AC, all the electrical wiring-this was bad phones went computers went dish went anything plugged in went. Dennis said he aint never seen anything like it. When we moved to the country he was driving home saw a bolt of lightening and thought, "oh no". Sure enough it hit his computer and blew out the modem and some other stuff. He has now restricted me to the bedroom when it even looks like a big storm is coming. He figures that is the only room without any major electrical appliances. I keep telling him it is my magnetic personality. Another time was when I was talking to my neighbor on the phone, she lived across the street, lightening hit me, went through the phone lines gave me a huge charge on one side of the body, hit my friend's house, there was a split right down the side of her house. They had to have the foundation lifted on the one side. The wall on the inside was cracked from the second floor all the way down to the first including windows cracked. Never, Never talk on the phone during a storm. Anyway I don't need no tinfoil hat to get hit. It is a bit of a worry though.

Lonewolf_pa    Posted 10-28-2002 at 11:20:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
I meant no harm! If I knew you was a human lightning rod I would have kept my mouth shut.....Well probably not but I would have come up with something else. lol You all had me worried when I got online and seen a bunch of posts with my name on them. I thought "what did I do this time?" EI, glad your safe and please stay in out of the rain.


Dennis    Posted 10-28-2002 at 05:31:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
EIEIO forgot to mention the apple tree that got it in our yard last storm. Sure glad we have lightning rods on All of our buildings and house.

Maggie/TX    Posted 10-28-2002 at 04:57:46       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Lord woman! Sounds like you are already a secret weapon for us wimmen folk all by yourself! All's you have to do is figure out what the trigger is for whatever it is you've got.

Don't worry if your tinfoil hat goes missing, I've already got the production line going on extra tin hats to pass out to our troops for backup. Operation Big Ears picked up some chatter last night of a plot to steal yours, and keep your eyes open for a possible double agent in your camp.

Oh, and our Quartermaster also has a good supply of Makita cordless power tools in case the enemy cuts the power supply to the women's camp! Not to worry, we got your back covered, EI :)

EIEIO    Posted 10-28-2002 at 05:13:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
When will those men ever smartin up to the fact that we aint the weaker se*. They plan, plan, plan, and one threat with the power tools and boom they surrender.

Wimps, just a bunch of wimps. We got em gal!!!
Just think when tammy and donna get back we have nothing to worry about. Which reminds me I have to rattle Ron/PA's cage and get him moving......

LH    Posted 10-28-2002 at 05:17:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
I didn't surrender, and your prissy little power tools don't intimidate me, including chain saws if'n you is big enough to handle one.

Sid    Posted 10-28-2002 at 19:03:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Right on my man you the man yea you the main man. YOu were right last night it has gone far enough

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