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post #5701 of 8099 Old 10-27-2013, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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Apologies for the lack of updates/posts/attention in the last couple of days; I was at the gun show all weekend...no procurement of fun-ness took place, though, unfortunately. If possible I'm going to clean up the compressor wiring this week, and if not possible I'm going to say "the hell with it" and go break something anyway.


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If possible I'm going to clean up the compressor wiring this week
No. Leave it alone until at least Saturday.
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No. Leave it alone until at least Saturday.
We at Muppet Labs would like to make the following clarification: when we say "If possible I'm going to clean up the compressor wiring this week" we actually mean "If possible I'm going to leave the compressor wiring alone until at least Saturday." We deeply regret any inconvenience or momentary paranoia that our previous statement may or may not have caused, and assure you that it most certainly will not be the last of such incidents.


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Today's Jeeping: A bit of wire-chasing and probing, and some overall provisioning.

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Today's Jeeping, Updated: ...and since I got called in to work no wire-chasing took place, which is probably for the best because I'd likely never get it all back together before Friday. I did, however, manage to get my trusty Small-Time Shovel sharpened and ready to...uh...do whatever it is that one does with a sharp folding shovel.

Pictured: Large tubs of overly-frozen ice cream, beware!


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I did, however, manage to get my trusty Small-Time Shovel sharpened and ready to...uh...do whatever it is that one does with a sharp folding shovel.
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[QUOTE=Sundowner;17231090]Today's Jeeping, Updated: ...and since I got called in to work no wire-chasing took place, which is probably for the best because I'd likely never get it all back together before Friday. I did, however, manage to get my trusty Small-Time Shovel sharpened and ready to...uh...do whatever it is that one does with a sharp folding shovel.

I'm very surprised by that comment! You use it to chop the heads off zombies and dead monkeys of course.

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I'm very surprised by that comment! You use it to chop the heads off zombies and dead monkeys of course.
As Jankoid has so considerately shown us; I figured it could be used for that kind of thing but the DPS on it is way higher than I imagined it would be. Also - in unrelated news - it's supposed to rain Friday...and that means mud, and we all know how I feel about mud.

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As Jankoid has so considerately shown us; I figured it could be used for that kind of thing but the DPS on it is way higher than I imagined it would be. Also - in unrelated news - it's supposed to rain Friday...and that means mud, and we all know how I feel about mud.
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As Jankoid has so considerately shown us; I figured it could be used for that kind of thing but the DPS on it is way higher than I imagined it would be. Also - in unrelated news - it's supposed to rain Friday...and that means mud, and we all know how I feel about mud.
I absolutely loathe mud... but URE is a friggin' blast when it's muddy!
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As Jankoid has so considerately shown us; I figured it could be used for that kind of thing but the DPS on it is way higher than I imagined it would be. Also - in unrelated news - it's supposed to rain Friday...and that means mud, and we all know how I feel about mud.
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I absolutely loathe mud... but URE is a friggin' blast when it's muddy!
I just don't understand you guys's irrational fear/hatred for mud.....if you just get some tractor tires and give up that whole LCOG drive it on the street idea/thingy...you would find that tho mud may hate your difs and joints and bearings, it doesn't hate you.......cant we all just get along???

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I just don't understand you guys's irrational fear/hatred for mud.....if you just get some tractor tires and give up that whole LCOG drive it on the street idea/thingy...you would find that tho mud may hate your difs and joints and bearings, it doesn't hate you.......cant we all just get along???
When I was younger all we had was mud and marsh to wheel in . Once I made it to the mountains there was no going back to the mud .

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Today's Jeeping, Updated: ...and since I got called in to work no wire-chasing took place, which is probably for the best because I'd likely never get it all back together before Friday. I did, however, manage to get my trusty Small-Time Shovel sharpened and ready to...uh...do whatever it is that one does with a sharp folding shovel.

Pictured: Large tubs of overly-frozen ice cream, beware!

Seeing as how I recently returned from a week long Appalachian trail hike & depositing fecal matter in the outdoors is a popular subject while trudging mile after mile every day. That thing would dig a sweet poop hole in root ridden ground in no time flat!!

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Nice! Not totally sure he can support those claims but sounds good anyhow.

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