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“Cats rule.”

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Oct 1, 2013
 

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Well,the paragraph thing didn't work. oh well.

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

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#22
Oct 1, 2013
 
Lets try this again.
The big brown fox jumped over the lazy passed out drunk.

“Queen of my domain”

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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Really? I'm glad you think you're funny. Okay, I did smirk reading your post, I'll give you that.
I'm a good driver unless the Beastie Boys are on the radio or I'm pregnant.
So....you must still be thinking this is 1998 and you're like 700 months pregnant?

You need one of Dave's kittens. Little Glitter might name it Mikey.
They cannot kill a Spook

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Catman Dave wrote:
Lets try this again.
The big brown fox jumped over the lazy passed out drunk.
Glad you can see and the kittens are doing well.
They cannot kill a Spook

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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>traumatized baby, traumatized.
My skunk is nice. Feed him buttered corn very little salt and he will sit beside you and let you scratch his ears. The young skunks are playful too but have not chosen a favorite food. And they hate the sound of Obama 's voice.

“Cats rule.”

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Oct 1, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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My skunk is nice. Feed him buttered corn very little salt and he will sit beside you and let you scratch his ears. The young skunks are playful too but have not chosen a favorite food. And they hate the sound of Obama 's voice.
Those are smart skunks. I don't like it either. Or looking at that baboon pet of his in the news all of the time.
sidekick

Columbus, OH

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Catman Dave wrote:
The babies are doing fine. Good thing it's not that cold out though, because my furnace quit last night and I have to go get new glasses today. The pilot lights, but when you let go of the button, it goes out. Probably the thermocouple again. This sucks.
Try bending it a little closer to the pilot, but first, scratch the tip of it with a piece of sand paper.
I'm not positive if this is a very long term cure, but I think that was recommended as a temporary troubleshoot.

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Oct 1, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Glad you can see and the kittens are doing well.
I got lots done today. Plus, I now know much more about fixing a furnace. I just saved the boss probably $200.00 today.

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Oct 1, 2013
 
sidekick wrote:
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Try bending it a little closer to the pilot, but first, scratch the tip of it with a piece of sand paper.
I'm not positive if this is a very long term cure, but I think that was recommended as a temporary troubleshoot.
The furnace guy we spent money on 3 years ago put the thermocouple in wrong. My neighbor and I put a new one in the correct way today for only $14.00.He explained everything to me and I did all of the labor. We also made some more adjustments to make it work even better.
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Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text> The furnace guy we spent money on 3 years ago put the thermocouple in wrong. My neighbor and I put a new one in the correct way today for only $14.00.He explained everything to me and I did all of the labor. We also made some more adjustments to make it work even better.
That's good.
Yeah, I have a furnace guy clean mine every year. He showed me how to do it, but he's a friend and sports fanatic, so it's just nice to bull crap with him while he does it.
They cannot kill a Spook

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Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>I got lots done today. Plus, I now know much more about fixing a furnace. I just saved the boss probably $200.00 today.
Good job . And if che came.to repair your furnace you could never get.the smell of rotten anchovies out of the house.

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They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Good job . And if che came.to repair your furnace you could never get.the smell of rotten anchovies out of the house.
That thing wouldn't get anywhere near my house, trust me.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

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sidekick wrote:
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Try bending it a little closer to the pilot, but first, scratch the tip of it with a piece of sand paper.
I'm not positive if this is a very long term cure, but I think that was recommended as a temporary troubleshoot.
I did that exact thing to a neighbor's furnace years ago when there was nothing open 24 hours like we have now. Its a cool trick my dad told me about over the phone while I was troubleshooting (scratching my head) it. It lasted her another couple of years!
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rowdy01 wrote:
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I did that exact thing to a neighbor's furnace years ago when there was nothing open 24 hours like we have now. Its a cool trick my dad told me about over the phone while I was troubleshooting (scratching my head) it. It lasted her another couple of years!
There's always a trick to the trade.
I'll tell you a story that had me so puzzled... My drier started tripping the fuse, but after I reset the fuse it would only blow cool air. Well, I tested the heating element, good. I tested the power wire, good. I then replaced the breaker, who knows if good.
Not mentioning a bunch of other steps involved with it all. After more than one day at this stupid machine, I finally noticed a nickel lodged in between the timer switch wire and the frame of the drier, which got flown up in there somehow I don't know. The nickel had a big burn mark out of it and as soon as I removed it, the damn drier worked fine.
I bet I had 8 man hours,$50, and all due to a 5 headache.
Duke for Mayor

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sidekick wrote:
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There's always a trick to the trade.
I'll tell you a story that had me so puzzled... My drier started tripping the fuse, but after I reset the fuse it would only blow cool air. Well, I tested the heating element, good. I tested the power wire, good. I then replaced the breaker, who knows if good.
Not mentioning a bunch of other steps involved with it all. After more than one day at this stupid machine, I finally noticed a nickel lodged in between the timer switch wire and the frame of the drier, which got flown up in there somehow I don't know. The nickel had a big burn mark out of it and as soon as I removed it, the damn drier worked fine.
I bet I had 8 man hours,$50, and all due to a 5 headache.
Could have thrown a couple of heavy objects in the dryer, maybe a kitten or two on "gentle" for a few minutes...shake that nickel right outta there!!!

woof

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

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Oct 2, 2013
 
gokeefe wrote:
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So....you must still be thinking this is 1998 and you're like 700 months pregnant?
You need one of Dave's kittens. Little Glitter might name it Mikey.
You're goofy! No, the accidents I have been in; both pregnancies and singing to "You gotta fight for your right to paaaarty".

I'm thinking a female one named Marion. She needs to be calm kitty though, putting that red lipstick on....
They cannot kill a Spook

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GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>You're goofy! No, the accidents I have been in; both pregnancies and singing to "You gotta fight for your right to paaaarty".
I'm thinking a female one named Marion. She needs to be calm kitty though, putting that red lipstick on....
I want to see you put lipstick on a skunk

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Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>I cant even tell what they are yet...
They are kittens catman. I can't believe I have to tell you that.

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Oct 2, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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I want to see you put lipstick on a skunk
As long as you hold the back end!

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Oct 2, 2013
 
Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>That thing wouldn't get anywhere near my house, trust me.
Did you get through the night ok, Dave?
Kitties still ok?

Your furnace should be good to go for the winter now.
What are you cooking theses days?
I have a craving for a pork roast,potatoes, carrots,onions, and apples! Yum!!!!
Every year when it get cooler, I crave comfort foods. Lol

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