Miscellaneous nonsense purchases.

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I gave my husband a set of handy dandy pool cue cleaners for Xmas and upon further inspection, I believe English is not the manufacturer’s first language.

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Things are getting serious with the cellar project downstairs. How do I know this?

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Low velocity tools have been purchased and I have to admit…. I’m a little scared.

Upstairs in the office –

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A seemingly appropriate calendar has been placed on my desk.

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Yes…

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I think it’s damn near perfect.

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20 thoughts on “Miscellaneous nonsense purchases.”

  1. Lol… I currently live by the 3rd one.

    What is the low velocity powder thingie? I don’t know and that makes me even more afraid.

    At my last hell job, last all employee mtg, the CEO said that exact quote (best/expected) and we were all ???? Only knew we were being insulted and told to do even more.

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  2. * I think the cue tip rescuers need to leave aphorisms to the experts.
    * I wonder why the manufacturer of a device that will drive a nail into totally cured concrete at Warp 8 would call it low velocity. Maybe they knew the haus frau would be reading the box, and wouldn’t be accidently shot through the foot by a bolt coming up out of the basement floor? You don’t need to know about the oopsies with them things …

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  3. “It’s not enough that we do our best. We have to do what’s required” Could that be some poor sweatshop slave in C C P crying out for help. Boss: “You have 6 billion parts to make today! Achieving 5 billion is impossible, but it is not good enough.”

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