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kfield
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kfield   10/27/2013 10:26:20 AM
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Hi Don - nice story about resurrecting a dead drill. I am curious, though, about your habit of rooting around in dumpsters. What's the coolest thing you ever found? I personally like to pick up interesting things I see when taking walks, but always remember my mother once saying "Don't pick up that comb, you don't know what disease that person had!"

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zeeglen   10/25/2013 11:18:38 PM
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I've found it is often the bamn dattery that fails.  Good tale, (and good pen-name) Mr Don Tavidash :^}

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