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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidScott View Post
    If I was making the fixtures or programing then that would be different. Loading parts into fixtures, setting fixtures in place, etc for hours, a beer does ease the monotony some. And damn do the rare few taste good! A nice warm stout does endure being bottled well.
    I call that stuff monkey drills, because a trained monkey can do it. Listening to sports talk or any type game passes the time best for me. That was great till ESPN dumped their local affiliate or local enough to reach Beaverdam Va. Most all radio stations in my neck of the woods broadcast a weak signal. The closest station that broadcasts the Jim Rome Show has a broadcast radius of about 20 miles and I am 50 miles away.


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