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  1. #14
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    Found this above a boiler in a church

    next to a sunday school room.

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    kills gophers and ground squirrels

    POISON

    Active Ingredient
    Strychnine alkaloyd...06%
    Inert ingredients...99.4%

    ANTIDITE
    If less than 10 minutes have passed since the poison was taken, give a tablespoon of salt in a glass of warm water. Have victim lie down in a quiet darkened room and keep him warm. Call a PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY!

    I'm keeping um, just in case.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

  2. #15
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    A stack of homosexual porn magazines in an access panel at one of the office buildings we do. We find straight magazines every once and a while. But usually we find tools.
    "Nothing else can poison our culture, corrupt our society or ruin the character of our people like unearned money or unearned opportunity." -- James R. Cook

    "Fooling around with alternating current is just a waste of time. Nobody will use it, ever." Thomas Edison, 1889.

  3. #16
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    Oringally posted by tinner73

    CAREFUL. it might be used.


    The girls at the office got a kick out of it and it plans on staying in the office. They like to get blow-up dolls and infatable sheep for some of the guys at work. This will probally end up as plot to embaress somebody.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

  4. #17
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    Originally posted by karsthuntr
    Oringally posted by tinner73

    CAREFUL. it might be used.


    The girls at the office got a kick out of it and it plans on staying in the office. They like to get blow-up dolls and infatable sheep for some of the guys at work. This will probally end up as plot to embaress somebody.
    Then the Jr. size should be O.K. for a sheep. Maybe Dice will chime in and tell us. Sheep look sorta like goats!!!


















    Just kidding Dice!

  5. #18
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    I was on a tear out of an old gravity system & a pound bag of reefer fell on my helpers head.lol we both almost **** & gave it to the owner.He said "my damn son"When his son got home he was happy as hell because his dad just gave it to him & I guess the guy put it there when he was high & lost it!I laughed later & told the boss the bag was so big I though my helper was going to get hurt from getting hit with it hahaha.
    Take your time & do it right!

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    reminds me when I brought my first home the previous occupant had stored some stuff for a buddy whom had since long dissapeared so after 3 months I went through it no usefull stuff for the most part (gave it to charity) but in the bottom of one box was a box of toys just like in the photo (I sure they had been used really really really sure). I had a friend staying with us and he was a free lance writer whom had a buddy at a news paper (reporter) So he mailed them to him as a joke! the trick is that the receptionst opens EVERY piece of mail including parcels.
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    Cool

    Shoe box full of polaroids of the current housewife and many different partners.Just put the box back where it was and smiled a lot when she brought us coffee.
    Ethics are as important as education.

  8. #21
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    The girls at the office told the boss we found it above his ceiling. Now he is trying to figure out whose it is.

    We will string him along for awhile.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

  9. #22
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    Originally posted by otto
    I think that would be a tough one to top.

    All I ever find is handtools.
    Otto, I think those *are* handtools

  10. #23
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    I was at a call last week and I found nudes of the home owner. All I could think was why in the hell would she take these,and keep them out where I could see them.
    Tin Knockers BANG for a living

  11. #24
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    Gold jewlery, Silver jewlery, watches, rings, cameras, laptops, hand bags, pearls, radios, clocks, suits, we found it all in one drop ceiling in a mechanical room of a baggage handling center at JFK airport about 5 years ago. The airline has gone Bankrupt since then. Me and the tech with me locked the door and called the Port Authority Police , because we were afraid all the security guards from the airline had to be in on it and try to blame us, I mean the stuff just came falling out when we pushed a tile up, you know that (this is not good )feeling you get in your gut I had it big time.

  12. #25
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    I found a cast Iron pipe cutter sitting on a stud wall in a mall that was built 25 years ago and it looked like it had been there all that time. It was about four feet long and if it would have fell it could have killed somebody.

  13. #26
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    1. Under a homeowner's master bathroom sink: 5 pot plant starts
    2. In a homeowners master bedroom (single woman) life-size erotic nudes. It didn't bother her she stayed the whole time.
    3. I was in a house on tuesday looking for a way to vent a new furnace thru the attic. I pulled back the insulation in the attic to see where the trusses were and there was a zip-lock bag full of a white powdery substance. I tripled my bid and went home.
    4. Wednesday I get a no heat call. Show up and no one answers, go to the side gate and knock. A woman yells "come in". I proceed around the side of the house and run in to a 300lb. woman buck naked getting out of the hot-tub. I have never diagnosed a furnace and repaired it so fast in my life!
    5. Note to self, Charge More!

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