How to Plug the LEAK

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  1. navis128

    navis128 New Member

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    Should have tried this first...a stroke of genius

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  2. Artemus

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    If that doesen't work,go inside the building and round up all the deadwood and plug it with that.
  3. navis128

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    deadwood...is that a swipe to our older reps...:D

    Schnikees, Byrd had been serving longer than I have been alive...how is that even possible :confused:
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    HA! That's great!!! :D
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    navis128 New Member

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    I was hoping it wasn't an old joke already :D
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    Work Order approved!!!!
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    Should have thrown in the House and the Senate too.
  8. Bobitis

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    Too much hot air and gas. Now way could you get it to sink.
  9. dianalv

    dianalv New Member

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    Think of the weight of all those egos, though.
  10. Bobitis

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    Ego in = gas out...

    It floats.:rolleyes::(
  11. navis128

    navis128 New Member

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    Notice it's upside down though...egress!
  12. Bobitis

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    Is there a vent for all that gas? Would it be any better than the oil?
    I'm thinkin' green here with all the global warming and such.
    Which would be worse?

    Oily shores or all that nasty CO2 and methane?

    Just sayin.......:rolleyes:
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    navis128 New Member

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    Funny...

    It's all carbon chains and benzene rings anyway.

    Say, if we are starting to sequester carbon, we could impact the diamond market!
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