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Max The Magnificent
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
Max The Magnificent   4/17/2013 7:45:31 PM
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Nice thought -- but I really do need to get rid of the ones that don't fit (which is 90% these days) -- rather than them sitting in my closet, someone else could be enjoying them (there are some really nice ones)

Max The Magnificent
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
Max The Magnificent   4/17/2013 7:44:24 PM
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I just wish I'd discarded the old shirts before everything crashed around my ears

Max The Magnificent
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
Max The Magnificent   4/17/2013 7:43:42 PM
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I wish he'd told me that before

Max The Magnificent
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
Max The Magnificent   4/17/2013 7:43:23 PM
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If you do, please tell me :-)

SimulinkJocky
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
SimulinkJocky   4/17/2013 7:39:55 PM
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Clearly he doesn't need to get rid of shirts, he just needs a stronger closet rod to hang them on.

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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
ndancer01   4/17/2013 4:42:01 PM
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Is that a Griffith crack or a Griffin crack? The loud bang was probably caused by too much 'loud' in the closet. Years ago, some professor was talking about implant access to mega-computers, and he asked, "What would happen if we had the equivalent of 100 years of thought in every decision we make?" I replied, "No more Hawaiian shirts?" And yes, I was wearing one at the time.

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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
Battar   4/17/2013 3:17:28 PM
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Look up "Griffith crack length". That'll explain it. Basically, a crack can slowly creep and get longer over an indefinite period, but once it reches a critical length, it sprints all the way to breaking point.

David Ashton
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
David Ashton   4/16/2013 11:52:02 PM
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Confucius he say: he who keep too many old hawaiian shirts get volcano in closet.

SteveD_Aus
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re: I just survived a Hawaiian shirt catastrophe
SteveD_Aus   4/16/2013 11:35:35 PM
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There's a message in this, but I'll be damned if I can figure it out!

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