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Old 03-03-2011, 08:09 PM
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I used Shout Advanced Gel Stain Remover to get blood out of a white shirt with a tonof embroidery on it (used in parades with Shriners) and there's not a trace. I also ironed the damn thing on a red table cloth one day, washed/dried it (like a dumbass), and got all the ink out with the same stuff.
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Originally Posted by Wicked_C6 View Post
Works like a charm...


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Tell better jokes and your clown suit won't get bloody.
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Old 03-03-2011, 11:06 PM
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Originally Posted by magnetized View Post
"we all float down here. and you'll float too"

i read that book when i was like 14
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Old 03-04-2011, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Pigface1 View Post
I think we have that in common. But see in the East they would call that "balance."
I never thought of it that way.....I like it!
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Old 03-04-2011, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by neece View Post
Wwitd?
???

What happened to your avatar? Did someone complain again?
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Originally Posted by DJ_Critterus View Post
I used Shout Advanced Gel Stain Remover to get blood out of a white shirt with a tonof embroidery on it (used in parades with Shriners) and there's not a trace. I also ironed the damn thing on a red table cloth one day, washed/dried it (like a dumbass), and got all the ink out with the same stuff.
I am taking note of that, thanks.

BTW, there's no need to go out beating up Shriners, they're really good people.
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by jimisparks View Post
Hydrogen peroxide. Keep blotting until gone and rinse with cold water. Works best before the blood has dried.
Really works!
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Old 03-04-2011, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by KWIL View Post
???

What happened to your avatar? Did someone complain again?
Yes. Tuco complained to me that I am too ugly and flat chested to be posting pics of myself on the internet.
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Originally Posted by neece View Post
Tuco
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that guy always gives me the creeps

There is a Rob Zombie setting we pass by on the way up to Lake Russell from Athens. It is a gas station with a bunch of old buildings around it with a bunch of junk everywhere and it looks deserted. It even has a creepy name "Tiny Town". It looks like this clown guy above (forgot his name) should we walking around there.
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Originally Posted by neece View Post
Yes. Tuco complained to me that I am too ugly and flat chested to be posting pics of myself on the internet.
Anything more than a mouthful is a waste, IMO.
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Saw the title and then saw the poster and HAD to click !!
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Originally Posted by Pigface1 View Post
I am taking note of that, thanks.

BTW, there's no need to go out beating up Shriners, they're really good people.


I cut my hand pretty bad doing a last minute fix on one of our go-karts prior to the Grand Procession into the circus we bring to town every year. Didn't even know I was covered in blood until the colors were posted and I had to put my hand over my heart for opening prayer.
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Originally Posted by KWIL View Post
Anything more than a mouthful is a waste, IMO.


Also, my laptop has died and I have lost 80% of my pics! Lesson learned.
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Originally Posted by neece View Post


Also, my laptop has died and I have lost 80% of my pics! Lesson learned.
If you'd like, I can pull my laminated poster sized prints off my wall and scan some copies for you.
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Originally Posted by W!ngnut View Post


Saw the title and then saw the poster and HAD to click !!
Figured the title was enough after I thought about it, so I backed off the gas a bit.
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Originally Posted by KWIL View Post
If you'd like, I can pull my laminated poster sized prints off my wall and scan some copies for you.
No thanks, I got all those...they are on photobucket. I lost a bunch of puppy Ringo pics, and other unmentionables.

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CFOT can probably help out with those "unmentionables" pics TOO

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