mosquito netting to keep out dust?

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Post by TomServo » Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:34 pm

ygmir wrote:
FaeTora wrote:oh I know you were kinding. I just like to tease back because people think its odd that I have full checkups once a year both physically and mentally just because of my family's history of illness. My mother gave me one great piece of advice: You either laugh or you cry. I like to laugh, even at myself. I just have an odd sense of humor.

Now the Relax part is harder. I have lists for lists in prep for BM. I'm so OCD sometimes with prep work. But I am working on it.

The greeters hug you? Awesome.
I'm gonna work some gate, for the first time this bring "perimeter" attitude with me......

be ready.

Say hello to Charlie! Think he normally works the gate semi clothed, but I've only seen him clothed only 3? Times over the past 11 yeras. He's a vietnam vet.
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Post by Ugly Dougly » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:19 am

ygmir wrote: be ready.
30 weight or 40 weight?


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Post by ellorbito » Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:04 am

Why would you want to keep the dust out! I am still finding playa in my stuff. Its like an old friend. Or seasoning. Ahhhhhh.

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Post by ygmir » Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:11 am

Ugly Dougly wrote:
ygmir wrote: be ready.
30 weight or 40 weight?

I see you query regarding 30 or 40 weight, but, offer a multi-grade........

*tapping forehead "what does that tell us about Dougly"?*

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