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post #711 of 4172 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 09:04 PM
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Didn't get a piece of wood stuck in my nail, but did slam my car door on my nail...didn't get better, couldn't sleep all night 'cause of the pain...had to go to the ER and they had to drill a hole through my nail to release the pressure, ..in other words, i know yer pain.

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contributing to minors charge..bogus

making a car payment and then not having money to put gas in that car for weeks

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That's why I'm sticking with my $1000 940 Volvo. It had a tiny crack in the head, so they discounted the price of fixing the head. Since it's so small though, all I have to do is put in this seafoam blocker stuff every couple of months and it stops the leak. Get's good gas mileage, has low mileage for it's age (150K) and best of all, it's paid for. Not to mention I can fit two snowboards in the trunk

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That's why I'm sticking with my $1000 940 Volvo. It had a tiny crack in the head, so they discounted the price of fixing the head. Since it's so small though, all I have to do is put in this seafoam blocker stuff every couple of months and it stops the leak. Get's good gas mileage, has low mileage for it's age (150K) and best of all, it's paid for. Not to mention I can fit two snowboards in the trunk
I completely understand..right now the 95 Mazda we have with 178k miles sounds a lot better to me than my '06 that I'm driving.

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making a car payment and then not having money to put gas in that car for weeks
Seriously and prices are gonna keep going up
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I had the same thing happen once. Pulling it out was very painful, but also very satisfying! Kind of like picking a booger that is so long that you can feel it pulling out of your sinus cavity. AAAHHHHHH!
Disgusting sure, but is that really painful though lol
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Sapporo city recycling rules.... Seriously how do I get rid of big ass cardboard boxes
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Sapporo city recycling rules.... Seriously how do I get rid of big ass cardboard boxes
Rent them out man!






Or you could cut them into smaller manageable pieces and dispose of them in the local public trash bins

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Rent them out man!






Or you could cut them into smaller manageable pieces and dispose of them in the local public trash bins
You take a utility knife and cut them into squares at the folds..... walla, small-stackable cardboard.

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You take a utility knife and cut them into squares at the folds..... walla, small-stackable cardboard.
That is the dumbest shit I have ever heard. At least offer decent advice man or GTFO. Its Japan - everything is automated- Really, what he should do is take them out into the middle of the street, tip lighter fluid on them, then set them alight. Automated Fire station comes and puts them out, automated hello kitty road sweeper sweeps them up.

You could also take them to the Japan version of the SPCA so that they can use them to house orphaned Pikachu's.
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