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Old 03-29-2008, 12:50 AM   #61
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did ya ever try to break up a fight between 2 irish brothers?

they'll both turn on you, and then you're up the creek.

trebuchet it is, my brother. man, you must have some good ordinance ready to require such a weapon. (umm, sauce de poisson sounds like it could be good on jambalaya. what is it?)

i'll leave the mechanical engineering to you. i'll jam their tv's to only receive commercials for sugary cereals and loud, obnoxious toys. mwahahahaaaa.
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Old 03-29-2008, 01:15 AM   #62
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Hey Bucky...how was the birthday dinner??
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Old 03-29-2008, 01:43 AM   #63
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heya pds, my little buddy just wanted to stay home. i think he's coming down with something. so with a lot on the schedule for the next week, we took it easy.

i did give him his fishing rod, and all choked up remebering me and my dad in my childhood home's driveway, put the same heavy 1970's turquoise earring (one of my sis's ) on the end of the line and taught him how to cast. it was great!!!!!! got it all on tape.

soon, we'll start trying to cast into buckets around the yard, same way i was taught.

btw, thanks to everyone for their b'day wishes for him. karma is on the way.

now back to the siege!
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Old 03-29-2008, 03:12 PM   #64
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i'll leave the mechanical engineering to you. i'll jam their tv's to only receive commercials for sugary cereals and loud, obnoxious toys. mwahahahaaaa.
Ha! I don't have a TV!
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Old 03-29-2008, 05:52 PM   #65
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Old 03-29-2008, 08:30 PM   #66
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Sauce de Poisson - fish sauce, in French..., really stinky stuff, but when used properly, adds great flavor to rice noodles and stir fry.

So they don't have TV, eh? Well Bucky, fire up the loudspeakers and we'll hit 'em with Wayne Newton music non-stop until they beg to feed us swordfish and ribeyes.

And I'm loading up the trebuchettes with a mixture of overcooked okra and Insanity Sauce in one, and 75 lbs. of crumbled limburgher, mixed in with raw chopped-liver in the other. Mooohoowahahahaha.

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Old 03-29-2008, 08:55 PM   #67
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Don't you worry, Mav, I can counter that. My exchange student came home with a supply of tripe and his Chinese buddies are going to come through with giblets, hearts, pig snout/hooves, and chicken feet. We can fight their nasty fish sauce and liver, ha!

As for the music, I'll fire back with DH's polka and a bit of Dr. Jean, heh, heh!
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BT is from Joisey.. I image there is not much in the way of bad smells he doesn't have at his disposal to throw at us!!


Something tells me hes gonna get me for that one...
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:46 PM   #69
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Don't you worry, Mav, I can counter that. My exchange student came home with a supply of tripe and his Chinese buddies are going to come through with giblets, hearts, pig snout/hooves, and chicken feet. We can fight their nasty fish sauce and liver, ha!

As for the music, I'll fire back with DH's polka and a bit of Dr. Jean, heh, heh!
Hey BT! They're giving us the ingrediants for hot dogs and potted meat.

These guys are beginners. I know where I can get my hands on some human odor mask that's used by hunters, on the soles and back heels of their boots. You can get it in either fox urine, or skunk, which both smell about the same, and are extremely hard to get rid of. And I've go some surgical rubber gloves and a good metal funnel that we can use to fill the balloons. Oh, and from when I worked for Lockheed, I have a two cartridge filter mask that will protect agains organic compounds, most chemicals, and bad smells. I saw the same thing on sale at our local hardware store. I'll get you one too.

That polka music is dangerous though. We'll have to pick up some noise-cancelling headphones. You got any good tunes we can throw at them from old Dr. Dimento shows?

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Old 03-30-2008, 12:00 AM   #70
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Ok B'sgirl, time we got serious on these guys.... break out the Yoddeling!! I can also dig out a bunch of my grandfathers records as well as a Pink Panther Country Music record for the record player!!
As for the gas masks, change our plans and put poison ivy in with the water ballons.. if we can't out stink em send off itching!!!!
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