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"Cable Modem configuration question" question
#404680 05/27/14 06:55 PM
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I didn't wanna knock your question off the front page, but, Tom, the last post on that thread was almost 5 years ago!
Can't you just let some things go? Jeezuz!


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BobKay #404682 05/27/14 07:31 PM
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tomtuttle #404690 05/27/14 08:41 PM
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You are SO Pacific Northwest! I should have known. You people recycle nose hair clippings for upholstery stuffing.


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BobKay #404693 05/27/14 10:12 PM
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Nah, belly-button lint is WAY fluffier.


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BobKay #404697 05/28/14 12:32 AM
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But decidedly cheesier.


And, NO, I did not just stick my finger there.











Um, hang on. I gotta go wash my hands.


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BobKay #404728 05/28/14 02:13 PM
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Also, FYI, during a trip into the back country of Main, we stopped into the lone gas station for miles and miles. Inside on the counter was a very large jar full of what looked like lint. You know I had to ask, so yes it turned out to be thier collection of all the pocket lint that ended up on the counter from customers.

Not only was that a bit odd, but they pulled out a second, equally large jar that was full to the brim with lint and capped off. I'm talking two huge jars (think pickled egg size jars) of collected pocket lint.

I was pretty much running out of the store after I paid.

In short, the west does not have a monopoly on lint recycling.


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