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Old 05-28-2013, 04:50 PM   #15
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Tongue Depressors

or even popsicle sticks work pretty well for putting that spline back in. Tongue depressors are thinner and because of their width, are stronger. Next time you're at your doc's and he/she wants to look down your throat, tell them you'll comply only if you get an extra stick!

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Old 05-28-2013, 05:12 PM   #16
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Silver lining ( pun intended )

For obvious safety reasons, I locked my trailer door right before hitting the road. The little lady decided at the last minute to bring along forty seven more outfits, and tried to open the locked door. The lock broke, and we were locked out. As fate would have it, the widow above the kitchen sink was unlocked, so I pulled off the screen and crawled through the window to get in.
During the road trip, I discovered that my 50s diner style sink faucet pivoted around, and outside the window. Now I can reach inside the window and enjoy an outdoor water supply.

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