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From: Dean H on 10 Dec 2009 09:42
> McGyver keeps a spray straw in his wallet.
Andrew Dice Clay has your spray straw right here. Aaooow!
From: Dean H on 10 Dec 2009 16:17
> > McGyver keeps a spray straw in his wallet.
> Andrew Dice Clay has your spray straw right here. Aaooow!
Seth knew it was going to be a bad day when he couldn't find his spray
From: I am Tosk on 11 Dec 2009 09:41
In article <ab8e909b-e9f0-4380-b934-652ee4c62fb0
@m26g2000yqb.googlegroups.com>, dfhyman(a)optonline.net says...
> > > McGyver keeps a spray straw in his wallet.
> > Andrew Dice Clay has your spray straw right here. � Aaooow!
> Seth knew it was going to be a bad day when he couldn't find his spray
Well, uh, technically it's a stream straw... er, you spray when you lose
it... Just sayin'
Rowdy Mouse Racing, duckin' goggles again!
From: The Real Bev on 12 Dec 2009 00:46
> On Dec 10, 1:24 am, The Real Bev <bashley...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dean H wrote:
>> > That's 13.5 grams of plastic times how many units that they
>> > manufacture? Made from our precious resources, or shipped across the
>> > ocean from a commie sweatshop? Freighted hither and yon to
>> > distrubutors who then freight it all some more? And then it's all
>> > garbage forever.
>> > All that waste because people don't save mayonnaise jars full of WD-40
>> > straws.
>> I'd be happy to save them IF I COULD FIND THEM. Sooner or later they all
>> disappear, generally when the can is only half empty. I wouldn't go so far as
>> to attribute purpose to plastic tubing, but it's plenty damn suspicious...
> Yeah, I save every spray-can straw I ever see- my toolbox never has
> more than two, and usually none.
Upon reflection, I believe that they have cleverly found a way to escape. I
don't understand how it's possible, but I don't understand god either.
> And that's from saving the straws from WD40, brake cleaner, carb
> cleaner, and chain-lube.
And then there's the problem of clogged nozzles. I've never had a can of chain
lube I could fully empty. Even WD-40 clogs up. And Pam.
Why do men's hearts beat faster, their knees get weak, their throats
become dry and they think irrationally when a woman wears leather clothing?
Because she smells like a new truck.
From: The Real Bev on 12 Dec 2009 00:52
> On Dec 9, 1:26 pm, Tiago <diariodastril...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've got a mayonnaise jar full of WD40 straws...
> So that's where they go!
I think you're on the right track. We all know that safety pins metamorphose
into coat hangers, a large number of which will, if left alone in the dark long
enough, consolidate into a bicycle; surely there is a similar process at work
If a mayo jar is designed as the ultimate resting place of WD40 straws, what
effect does throwing out your mayo jars as soon as they're empty have on straw
migration? Has the recent imposition of recycling on glass and plastic jars
caused a decline in the straw population?
Where is Al Gore when you need him?
"If your mechanic claims that he stands behind his brake jobs, keep
looking. You want to find one willing to stand in front of them."
-- B. Ward