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|10-04-2007 01:07 PM|
IIRC, you keep them in the closet until they are ready to come out, then you have a parade. After that, you keep a spotlight on them at night (they like the light you know). If they should fall down and hit the ground inadvertently, just pick it up and dust it off, there's no need to get a new fag.
|10-04-2007 12:51 PM|
|Valiente||I believe size matters.|
|10-04-2007 11:02 AM|
|TrueBlue||I deleted the post . . check your PM (U2 sailhog)|
|10-04-2007 11:01 AM|
|SimonV||No it wasnt but when I went back to show someone. the link had gone, they thought I had gone mad.|
|10-04-2007 10:55 AM|
|TrueBlue||On second thought, it may be inappropriate outside of Off-topic Simon. Besides, I think the site may be down.|
|10-04-2007 10:51 AM|
|SimonV||TB where did the link go|
|10-04-2007 10:48 AM|
I have to run out and buy more Psychlorox because of you...
|10-04-2007 10:47 AM|
I'm just trying to help explain a very technical matter...
|10-04-2007 10:14 AM|
|sailhog||A nice flag on a boat sure does look nice.|
|10-04-2007 09:55 AM|
Well then get a national courtesy flag without the "stick" and attach it to one of your spreader's flag halyards with a pair of these:
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