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#108488 04/13/04 04:36 PM
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Found in my local "Orange Box" Improvement store's parking lot at a light pole.... "Sure, We can install it for you" But who's gonna install it for them?

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Always the lowest bidder, Randy. [Linked Image]

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Randy, one good thing about living in New England is items like this only have a 1 year max life span.

First snow storm and that will be in the bucket of a front end loader. [Linked Image]


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I suppose it saves time for would-be Darwin Award candidates. [Linked Image]
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