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So I'm reviewing techie websites, and this website was listed in the top 30 Beautifully Textured Web Designs. Seriously. The web page title is Introducing the Amazing Sh*t Box, and they truly sell such an item. http://www.thebrowncorporation.com/



It's sorta related to the poop beast and tree bog v. dry outhouse threads. Sort of.
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I drive a sh*t box. Some may call it a Dodge. Sorry, couldn't resist!
 
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The 5-gallon bucket seems so much... safer.

I used to have a Dodge Ram van. Probably wouldn't get another. Peculiar little quirks that get old fast.

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on that site is says

"the brown corporation....a solid company"

Im glad I'm not the only one with an immature sense of humor!
 
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Leah, I don't think your sense of humor is immature at all. Any sense of humor these days is a very good thing.

Yep, Sue, we have a 1995 Dodge Van. Used to have a 1984, that one has 250,000 miles on it. We traded it to a mechanic for labor on the '95. Hindsight being what it is...we're sorry we didn't keep the '84. Oh well, woulda coulda shoulda...
 
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if neccesary I would choose the bucket too. what would be the weight limit on that thing? just seems like a catastrophe waiting to happen just when you didn't have access to a hot shower.
 
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Okay, I was afraid this "bathroom humor" had gone a bit far, so I'm glad to see some smiles! Good Dodge jokes, too! 

It also cracked me up that at the bottom of each of The Brown Corp's web pages is says: "NOW GO WASH YOUR HANDS!"
 
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WenVan wrote:
Leah, I don't think your sense of humor is immature at all. Any sense of humor these days is a very good thing.



thanks but, I do have an immature sense of humor. potty jokes, sex jokes, obnoxious comments to purposefully embarass or shock people.....yep, can't resist them. 
 
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will admit this was a fun read
 
Cob is sand, clay and sometimes straw. This tiny ad is made of cob:
Rocket Canner Fryer and Forge - Draft Plans
https://permies.com/t/64465/Rocket-Canner-Fryer-Forge-Draft
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