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On 5/28/2023 at 7:46 AM, Chickasaw Bill SASS #70001 said:

that boy , can break an anvil with a pin feather 

 

:wacko:


Must be a Marine 

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They laid out that road by chasing a snake with a stick.

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That boy’s luck is so bad, if it was raining soup, he’d be standing there with a fork!!

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“That guy is so slow, ya’ hafta drive a stake up next to him to see if he’s moving at all!”

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My grandmother used to say, “You’re just talking to hear your head rattle!”

 

My dad told people that their “Head’s so full of rocks and water that when you shake it, all you hear is the Muddy Water Blues”!!

 

 

 

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Mom used to say,

 

“That boy’s so dumb, he’s three pints short of a quart!”

 

I admit the first time I remember hearing that I had to look up how many pints (2) were in a quart. I guess she meant he had a hard vacuum in his brain pan.

 

CJ

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One that I used when I was running a crew, (some of the people the company hired were none too bright) was “If someone gave you a brain, you’d be one short!”

 

My little brother worked for me and was pretty helpful. My dad taught us much in mechanical skills and fabrication.  We did a lot of one off fabrication for handicapped adaptation.

 

One of the guys that worked with us had no concept of things electrical/mechanical. He was working with little brother on one occasion and repeatedly boluxed the task he was given.  After repeated explanations and several attempts to make him understand what was needed, little brother stepped back, groaned loudly, scratched his head, and then growled, “Greg! It’s a bright thing! You’ll never understand!!”

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