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  1. #1
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    In the old days we used to wrestle those 300 lb. cast iron boiler sections up a plank with ropes. Throw our backs out, pinch our fingers. Kids today got to have a boom truck and hydraulic tailgates. No wonder why they are smileing. We never smiled at work.



    [Edited by Boss on 12-29-2003 at 08:36 AM]

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    How does it go?

    Work smarter, not harder.

    Jr in the red shirt is livin on the edge with no gloves on and his hand all up near that chain.

    Hey, that's what you were talking about - fingers and backs

  3. #3
    Does anyone in Vermont have hair?

  4. #4
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    Originally posted by qualityheating
    Does anyone in Vermont have hair?
    Lord forbid that we turn this into a religious debate but think about this: If God wanted us to have hair on our heads, why did he invent hats? Answer that one you Ohio hairball.

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    Re: How does it go?

    Originally posted by spike
    Work smarter, not harder.

    I use to work at a HVAC engineering contractor. I had a sticker on my hard had that said the above.

    The company persident didn't like the sticker.

    Finally got reamed out at a service department meeting by the president for promoting bad ideas.

    Aint that a hoot.

  6. #6
    you got me on that one,B-C.. now I got to go to my corner and put on the dunce cap. Let me know when I can come out.

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    Originally posted by qualityheating
    Does anyone in Vermont have hair?


    Looks like everybody does....... If their under 20.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

  8. #8
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    It has to do with heredity. The lad to the left is my son Jeremy, age 22. The middle lad is Cory, age 21.(He is not my son-much too skinny.) The fellow on the boom truck is another one of my sons, Rich, age 31.

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