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    They bought us a case of mr bubbles for leak detection at our facility for refrig and ac work. Should we be using this stuff?

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    Sure, and in your spare time see who can blow the biggest bubble.
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    Not if you actually expect to find leaks. Stuff is to thin.

    But Dice is right you sure could have some fun.

    [Edited by frozensolid on 05-05-2004 at 07:31 PM]
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    Hey, do you all remember the bubbles you blew as a kid?


    Ah never mind.

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    LMAO!!! Did they buy you a case of vaseline too for when you can't find that leak? Too funny.

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    When others buy me what THEY think I'll need .... I usually go find some hole to bury it in!

    Bean counters are worthless when it comes to purchasing stuff for people who work with their hands!


    Buy yourself a jug of Big Blu and be done with it. If this causes an arguement, buy a bottle out of your own pocket and just keep your mouth shut.
    Those people who bought you that crap would probably NOT be mature enough to hold an intelligent discussion with in the first place. So dont waste your time trying to convince them of what your needs are. Afterall... they never considered you significant enough to warrant ASKING prior to their great discovery.... now did they?






    Find out when one of their kids is having a birthday. Not a young kid, but one who is older ... like teenanger or young adult. Then make a point of wraping up a bottle or two of that bubble stuff and sending it to their kid, as a birthday present.




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    Might as well just pour water on the lines. I've used Big Blu for several years. Has anybody found one that's better?

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    I hope your joking

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    I'd be more inclined to buy the stuff that kids use to blow bubbles, ya know with the little wand in it.

    I actually used to carry a bottle on the dash for when I got stuck in traffic. I'd sit there and blow bubbles out the driver's window, and make faces at the others stuck in traffic.

    Pretty funny to see how they react.

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    Don't interrupt me while i'm talking to myself

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    Originally posted by gerryboy00
    You've never seen a 6'2", 240lb blonde guy with a crew cut stuck in traffic, blowing bubbles?????????

    I'm surprised, it used to be a common sight...

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    euh....no...not yet.























    roflmao
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    Talking

    Originally posted by condenseddave
    Originally posted by gerryboy00
    You've never seen a 6'2", 240lb blonde guy with a crew cut stuck in traffic, blowing bubbles?????????

    I'm surprised, it used to be a common sight...
    No, but once on my way to Scranton I saw a 5'9"', 295 bald guy driving a gas guzzler of a truck doing it.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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