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  • Grumpy
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    Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
    It's groceries........Groceries will be our undoing

    Made a run today for all the fix'ns for N.Y's dinner.
    And desert....

    Good thing a had a check-book along.
    My gosh........is this all cuZ -O- the 4 dollar gasoline for nearly a year?

    Fweew!

    Happy New Year just the same.
    After desert tomorrow.........all will be well in Vice-land.

    VG
    Nope. It's GREED. We are not satisfied with what we have we just want more and more and more and cheaper too. But . . . we want MORE MONEY. Just plain GREED!!!

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  • vicegrip
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    My Bad !!

    Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
    I live by my cell and PC now too.
    I think we're gonna die by em' as well.
    Like a meteortite in the atmosphere.

    Cheers
    ViceGrip

    It's groceries........Groceries will be our undoing

    Made a run today for all the fix'ns for N.Y's dinner.
    And desert....

    Good thing a had a check-book along.
    My gosh........is this all cuZ -O- the 4 dollar gasoline for nearly a year?

    Fweew!

    Happy New Year just the same.
    After desert tomorrow.........all will be well in Vice-land.

    VG

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  • FusionKing
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    I'm with yuh buddy...I freekin' hate it!!

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  • vicegrip
    started a topic Pace-Makers ... set on over-drive ?

    Pace-Makers ... set on over-drive ?

    Some machinery opperates, under such incredibal strain
    that the only reason it doesn't tare it's self appart, is that
    "give" or "play" allows it to yeild just enough to bare-up
    to the task.

    Things like "end-play" "free-play" tensioners / delays / accumuators,
    and on and on , flex in the members.....all help out.

    Now we have cell-phones & interwebs, our every desire is at least identified
    in minutes maybe seconds. The receptionist used to at least have to page
    the cheif engineer, and wait for him to answer, then the customer would wait
    for a call-back. Legal documents, and quotes, had to show up in the mail.
    In 1958, Sunday still represented a rest-period, No open-pantrys ,
    better not need gass at 4pm sunday afternoon.

    I live by my cell and PC now too.
    I think we're gonna die by em' as well.
    Like a meteortite in the atmosphere.

    Cheers
    ViceGrip
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