OT: Tool of the Day

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OT: Tool of the Day

Post by Mix » 24 February 05 9:14 am

And itÂ’s official, a local Dubbo radio station has named its tool of the day. Of course we all already knew. <br>
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The tool of the day (this day and everyday) is: <br>
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<b>Bronze</b>
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They even gave him a free power tool.<br>
What finally gave him away? I think it had something to do with him opening his mouth.

:mrgreen:

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Post by Bronze » 24 February 05 3:30 pm

*Ahem*

"The Bronze" if you please. A little respect.

The Bronze.
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~ Chade Meng ~

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Post by ToolkiT » 28 February 05 11:25 pm

congrats... I guess :lol: :shock:

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Post by swampgecko » 01 March 05 4:28 am

Bronze wrote:*Ahem*

"The Bronze" if you please. A little respect.

The Bronze.
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ok.....a little respect :P

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Post by Blaze_au » 01 March 05 7:22 am

How did he win this "Honor"?

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Post by Bronze » 01 March 05 4:11 pm

Acting like Mix - Somehow it comes easy.

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Post by Mix » 01 March 05 5:24 pm

Blaze_au wrote:How did he win this "Honor"?
it seems this got out...
http://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopi ... onze+shows

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Post by Bronze » 01 March 05 8:02 pm

I was hoping you wouldn't be so keen to show off your inability to spell (Not that I can talk). Around it goes again.

Oh well :cry:

Just take it all in my stride. It happened for a reason, I just don't know what yet :?

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"If everything seem to be going well - you seemed to have overlooked something".

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Post by Mix » 01 March 05 8:44 pm

I stand by Dubbo Bass Hospital, most people in Dubbo share a lot of qualities with a school of fish. I further stand by my claim to the right to post: <br>
Without thought <br>
Without spellchecker <br>
Without sense (common or otherwise) <br>
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Carry onÂ…

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Post by Bronze » 02 March 05 10:52 am

He he - I agree with the bloke who said:

Common Sence is not as common anymore.

I also agree that you shouldn't have to spellcheck or second guess your own posts before posting.

I face planted myself into some concrete a couple of months ago. Needless to say I didn't make much of an impression on the concrete as hard as my head is. I came off second best and the only winner thus far has been the dentist.

Shattered three teeth at the front of my top jaw. No pain fortunately just a stay in hospital and about 10 weeks of paying what I can afford. $1000 down and another 1000 to go as I have just broken my plate eating a Burritto.

I honestly cannot remember how it happened. Just remember nealing and staring at a hand full of shattered quartz crystals until I saw and tasted a bit of blood then I realised I was wrong.

Not as bullet proof anymore unfortunately and I take it as my wake up call that I am no longer as young as I once was. The first stage of aging but somehow I don't feel wiser.

Anyhow - It will make a good campfire story and I have fun scaring the scouts with teethout running through the darkness at widegames.

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"4 out of 5 voices in my head say go for it."

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Post by Mind Socket » 02 March 05 1:16 pm

Heheh, we be brothers now, Bronze. I smashed my front 2 (adult) teeth out when I was 12. Was expecting at least a few more years before my first set of false teeth, now I've had 'em half my life.

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Post by Map Monkey » 02 March 05 1:30 pm

I can see another [Poll] coming on.....How many teeth do you have left? :roll:

Or a new team formed :twisted:

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Post by Mind Socket » 02 March 05 1:38 pm

Team Bumpkin!

"You sure got a lot of teeth for a smart-ass"

- R

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Post by Map Monkey » 02 March 05 5:25 pm

Mind Socket wrote:"You sure got a lot of teeth for a smart-ass"
I hope that was just the Team slogan and not aimed at anyone :roll:

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Post by Mind Socket » 02 March 05 5:43 pm

Yup, I think I need bigger quotes :)

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