Fred Morgan wrote:Dale, I am impressed. I swear you are one of the few people out there crazier than I am. lol I mean that with all respect.
Moving a house is one of those things that is really fascinating. I have a small teak home I built as a model that I want to move soon. I'll send you some pictures. Since it was built to be a semi-prefab, you are going to laugh at how easy it will probably be, and it is only 7 meters square.
Dale Hodgins wrote:
Look at the connection between the extension cord and the jack hammer. It's a rental that came with no locking mechanism to keep the cord from shaking apart. It shook apart about every 30 seconds, so I used duct tape. I couldn't find any so I salvaged some off the side of my truck. I had conducted some duct tape body repair a week earlier. When I returned the jack hammer, I suggested that a locking mechanism is needed.The guy couldn't understand how such a marvel of engeneering would work or what it might look like.
Michael Cox wrote:Just confirms that you Yanks are all nuts.
Well then, if you were a Kiwi you'd understand. Aussies are just upside down Yanks
Michael Cox wrote:Hey, I'm an Aussie :p
Kirk Hockin wrote:And I'm just poking light-hearted fun at ya. You know how us 'lesser' neighbours can get a bit huffy at times. BTW, I went to kindy in Sunny Banks, Brisbane.
I've always found that one of the limitations of the interwebz is engaging in playful banter.
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