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Old 12-19-2011, 06:38 AM   #41
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What all do you Really need to power up? A 1/2" drill? Light(s)?
Or maybe running a heater all night so stuff don't freeze.

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Old 12-19-2011, 07:15 AM   #42
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What all do you Really need to power up? A 1/2" drill? Light(s)?
Anything really from heater 2 lights!! Drill is battery powered!
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What all do you Really need to power up? A 1/2" drill? Light(s)?
gotta have the ghetto blaster for tunes !
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gotta have the ghetto blaster for tunes !

I don't listen to Music anymore can't take the noise as by the end of the day I am really tired from just noise,
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I don't listen to Music anymore can't take the noise as by the end of the day I am really tired from just noise,
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try it a day without music or any noise, see how much more you get done and not as tierd at the end of the day

I dated 2 psychologists, the banging of the drums slammed Axe and some negative lyrics and your baked
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That's what labourers are for, you get them to plug it in all the time

Their a bit of a novelty item, But you know canuck winters, nice to have some warm water to wash your tools and yourself after sanding. It's on my wish list now, but I'm not going to cry if I don't have one either.

And yes, you just put it in the bucket of water
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