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Cypress Sun

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  1. Couple of small wirenuts, butt splice or two, some black tape...like it never happened.
  2. Man, the temptation...must resist...
  3. You must go to WAY DIFFERENT bars than I used to.
  4. What is that? Looks like a Lorena Bobbitt Voodoo dog with chips, cookies and...whatever that is.
  5. I don't even drink coffee, but I could start!
  6. I guess the other characters went to Barbera's house. Love the food!
  7. If you've never been to Arcadia, you wouldn't understand!
  8. It rubs the sauce on it's skin or it gets the hose again...
  9. Obvious photoshop. If it were real, the road would be orange.
  10. Doesn't seem to be very supportive of that rack.
  11. Don't know how to just post the cartoon, this one is a good one though. https://www.gocomics.com/pearlsbeforeswine/2022/10/19
  12. I remember being lither...okay...it was without the supple and graceful.
  13. If that's the case, I hope that they're still on the Enterprise because if not...the guy in the red shirt is a dead man.
  14. Yeah, can't say that I haven't done that, I have. Not a grab it and see kind of thing, just a quick finger swipe. I can't say that I haven't shorted circuits to find the breakers, I have...many times. So far as 110v hurting, in the US there really isn't any 110v unless voltage drop is a factor. 120 volt is the norm with the usual voltage measuring between 116v to 118v. The amount of hurt varies. Depends on how you receive the shock and how grounded you actually are. I've been zapped literally hundreds of times. It happens over a 45 year span as an electrician. Is it fun...NO...in fact, HELL NO. The worst is across the chest, makes you think. When working hot, you always try to keep being grounded to a minimum. Been burnt severely also but that's another story.
  15. I'd love to watch the person that made the "breaker finder" use it to identify breakers in a Zinsco or FPE panel. Get a lawn chair and enjoy the show. BTW, don't try this invention at home folks, it'll destroy the receptacle that you attempt to plug it into.
  16. Very true, but the best way to develop technique and skill is to start with a good recipe.
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