Once they are deada, tie the tail up to a piece of pipe, shen she
stiffens up, intie it, and the tail does a great job on the tail
Tim-72 B, with no tial pipe, or cats, yet!
Larry Macy wrote:
> We have another miss, Keep trying.
> BTW I use cats for my wheel chocks - can't quite get them to fit to clean
> the exhaust though.
> Fluffy dice?? made from cats no doubt.
> At this exact moment in time 8/31/99 19:29, email@example.com made the
> profound statement:
> >Larry Macy wrote:
> >> You folks aren't gonna beleive this one. Guess what got started on the
> >> Spridgets list yesterday?? Go ahead guess. It is an old and honored
> >> thread here on the MG List. Come on give it your best shot.
> >OK, then it had to be CATS... surely, the 'cat' thread has appeared on
> >the Spridgets list?
> >But then, it would almost be in reverse wouldn't it? A cat be far too
> >large to use as a wheel chock for a Spridget, but a Spridget....
> >'68MGB MkII
> >PS Do I win the fluffy dice?
> Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
> System Administrator/Manager
> Neuropsychiatry Section
> Department of Psychiatry
> University of Pennsylvania
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