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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05 10 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm usually either in utter chaos or immaculately clean. Right now I'm somewhere in between, but with winter coming up, I should be back to spotless in no time Very Happy




At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05 10 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

That should be good thru at least noon, eh? Wink Laughing
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Those guns aint gonna work very well out in the garage, if you ever need them. Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05 10 5:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

That should be good thru at least noon, eh? Wink Laughing Nice to see old #3 keeping you company.

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Is that a Triumph in the back jonny ??

I have a 66 Bonny

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06 10 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The only thing I would really like to do is rig up a good wood burning stove. The winters are getting hard on the old bones these days ( I'm too cheap to spring for electric or gas heating). Crying or Very sad

Absolutely agree! I am working on one with fresh air and exhaust to be plumbed from the outside using a freebie el cheapo model vertical. Propane for the mini jet rig I have ate my lunch last winter.
As far as the organizing, I do a shop clean close to once a week, sometimes sooner but it can all go from immaculate to pig sty in a few short hours. The extension cords look like something out of family circus comic strip tracing my recent movements, I really do not remember climbing thru the saw horses but the cords and leads suggest otherwise. But having a place for everything was key to a shop clean, if it doesn't have a designated home, it will not find its way home.


I'm kicking around the idea of a double drum heater, the kind where the top drum has a baffle in it so as to use it as an exchanger. I bet a low cfm fan behind it would kick out some serious heat. The only problem is I want it portable so that limits me as far as an exhaust stack goes.
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Is that a Triumph in the back jonny ??

I have a 66 Bonny


Yep, it's a '62 Trophy. Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06 10 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

That should be good thru at least noon, eh? Wink Laughing Nice to see old #3 keeping you company.

Joe your fridge reminds me of my door going into my warehouse.
I open this a hundred times a day. Laughing

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At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

That should be good thru at least noon, eh? Wink Laughing Nice to see old #3 keeping you company.

Joe your fridge reminds me of my door going into my warehouse.
I open this a hundred times a day. Laughing



OK, that is just f-ing cool, Kevin.
I am a collector of beer things here and there and mostly old cheap beer stuff. I would so love to have that. So if it ever needs a new home let me know.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06 10 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Will do Oregon smoker. Very Happy Our office is an old train station that the man I work for saved from destruction. I have learned so much about its history working here. The door was from a cooler in the now office area, we moved it to the warehouse. We are very much into history and preserving the old. Very Happy
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Will do Oregon smoker. Very Happy Our office is an old train station that the man I work for saved from destruction. I have learned so much about its history working here. The door was from a cooler in the now office area, we moved it to the warehouse. We are very much into history and preserving the old. Very Happy



I already have a place for it and a rehab idea that will keep the old intact and preserve genuine age of it.
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Pabst???? People really drink that stuff nowadays Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13 10 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jonnyrod, I think the Pabst is just antique fixtures or something they have laying around. Laughing Not sure that Ive seen that in the stores here in like......forever!

Just funning you guys is all............sorta!
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13 10 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just have the door. My shop beer is Old Milwaukee. Very Happy
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I just have the door. My shop beer is Old Milwaukee. Very Happy


As a wise man once told me "That chit'll make you pi$$ black"!
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k.a.m. wrote:
I just have the door. My shop beer is Old Milwaukee. Very Happy


As a wise man once told me "That chit'll make you pi$$ black"!

Laughing I will keep an eye on that Joe. Laughing
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At least my beer fridge is organized, even tho it is a little empty

That should be good thru at least noon, eh? Wink Laughing Nice to see old #3 keeping you company.

Joe your fridge reminds me of my door going into my warehouse.
I open this a hundred times a day. Laughing


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Jonnyrod, I think the Pabst is just antique fixtures or something they have laying around. Laughing Not sure that Ive seen that in the stores here in like......forever!

Just funning you guys is all............sorta!


'Bout as common as Falstaff. Laughing K.A.M. I'm not even go there on the Old Milwaukee... Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13 10 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

KAM, I ought to get you do do some welding projects for me and pay you in beer.

Old Mils Best, now thats some cheap labor prices! Laughing
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KAM, I ought to get you do do some welding projects for me and pay you in beer.

Old Mils Best, now thats some cheap labor prices! Laughing

I drink old Mil in the shop. I get paid with Crown Black. Laughing
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