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Posted: 06-Jul-2004, 09:36 PM
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QUOTE (Danann @ 16-Jun-2004, 09:44 AM)
Where does the other sock go when its eaten by the dryer?

Dear Lady asking about Socks that get lost in Dryer,

There is a worm hole in your dryer. It also eats your money, spair time, youth, sleep, love, memories (good ones) pens, keys, and TV remote.

You must move. I'm sorry.

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  Posted: 07-Jul-2004, 07:18 PM
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QUOTE (peckery @ 06-Jul-2004, 09:36 PM)
Dear Lady asking about Socks that get lost in Dryer,

There is a worm hole in your dryer. It also eats your money, spair time, youth, sleep, love, memories (good ones) pens, keys, and TV remote.

You must move. I'm sorry.

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Dear Peckery-

You forgot that it also eats your eyesight tongue.gif . It'll never eat my keys. I got 'em on a good metal clip on my belt loop tongue.gif .


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Posted: 07-Jul-2004, 10:54 PM
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QUOTE (peckery @ 06-Jul-2004, 09:36 PM)
Dear Lady asking about Socks that get lost in Dryer,

There is a worm hole in your dryer.  It also eats your money, spair time, youth, sleep, love, memories (good ones) pens, keys,  and TV remote.

You must move. I'm sorry.

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Dear Peckery-

You forgot that it also eats your eyesight tongue.gif . It'll never eat my keys. I got 'em on a good metal clip on my belt loop tongue.gif .

Yeah Mike . Tell me about. I have to have my 6th surgery on my "good" eye in a few weeks. Diabetic complications. The joy, the rapture. king.gif
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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 08:14 PM
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Dear Peckery:

If this should appear at my door at Halloween, what should I do???? fear.gif

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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 08:20 PM
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I'm gonna have nightmare's now!!!!!

I think someone needs to refer me to a good therapist!

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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 08:30 PM
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Since Dr. Peckery is stuck in one place now, I believe he has plenty of time to take on new patients. I recommend him highly.
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Posted: 08-Jul-2004, 08:36 PM
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Dr. Peckery, I need an appt!

Do I get to lay down on the couch? Sshould I bring my boo boo blanket?

Can I take a nap too or will you charge me for that time too?



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Posted: 09-Jul-2004, 10:41 PM
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QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ 08-Jul-2004, 08:14 PM)
Dear Peckery:

If this should appear at my door at Halloween, what should I do???? fear.gif

http://www.celticradio.net/php/forums/inde...e=post&id=72007


signed, Horrified

Dear Horrified,

OK. Take it easy. Looks like you got some bad acid. Stare into the mirror until your face melts and you will be fine.

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Posted: 09-Jul-2004, 10:44 PM
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QUOTE (Annabelle @ 08-Jul-2004, 08:36 PM)
Dr. Peckery, I need an appt!

Do I get to lay down on the couch? Sshould I bring my boo boo blanket?

Can I take a nap too or will you charge me for that time too?



A

Dear A,

I think naked therapy is an appropriate option here.

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Posted: 10-Jul-2004, 09:58 PM
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Dear peckery,

I have this friend who keeps coming over and raiding my Maker's Mark. I've taken precautions and hidden it in the house and he still finds my stash....how can I tell him he needs to buy the next round?


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Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 10:37 AM
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Dear MM lover

It sounds to me that you have a split personality. You have created an alter ego so that you can drink twice as much, and blame it on someone else.......God that's BRILLIANT!. Don't forget to fill the ice tray.

Dr. Peckery

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Dear Peckery-

I'm more of a fan of open wheel racing (IRL, Formula One) than I am of NASCAR. To me, the application of the term "stock" to the NASCAR cars is a total misnomer since very little, except for maybe the chassis and the steering wheel, on those cars is street legal. Can you explain the fascination people have with NASCAR?

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Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 04:06 PM
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Dear Peckery-

I'm more of a fan of open wheel racing (IRL, Formula One) than I am of NASCAR. To me, the application of the term "stock" to the NASCAR cars is a total misnomer since very little, except for maybe the chassis and the steering wheel, on those cars is street legal. Can you explain the fascination people have with NASCAR?

Signed, Michael Schumacher's Stalker

Dear Stalker,
There is nothing stock in stock cars. Have you ever seen a two door Ford Taurus???? Teams that have great aero packages are punished for having better wind tunnel guys. If one team (manufacture) finds a way to get more ponies out of the car, that advantage is taken away. If they use restrictor plates and try to make it a drivers race, the dirty drivers who like to play demolition derby usually win.
In open wheel racing, no advantages are given or taken away. A great driver can coax a victory out of a not so great car, and a great car like the Williams Mansel won the world championship with with traction control, auto gearbox and fuel mgt, could of be driven home by the most average of F 1 drivers.
Open wheel is for race fans, NASCAR is for necks.

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  Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 05:28 PM
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QUOTE (peckery @ 11-Jul-2004, 04:06 PM)
QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 11-Jul-2004, 02:45 PM)
Dear Peckery-

I'm more of a fan of open wheel racing (IRL, Formula One) than I am of NASCAR. To me, the application of the term "stock" to the NASCAR cars is a total misnomer since very little, except for maybe the chassis and the steering wheel, on those cars is street legal. Can you explain the fascination people have with NASCAR?

Signed, Michael Schumacher's Stalker


Dear Stalker,

There is nothing stock in stock cars. Have you ever seen a two door Ford Taurus???? Teams that have great aero packages are punished for having better wind tunnel guys. If one team (manufacture) finds a way to get more ponies out of the car, that advantage is taken away. If they use restrictor plates and try to make it a drivers race, the dirty drivers who like to play demolition derby usually win.

In open wheel racing, no advantages are given or taken away. A great driver can coax a victory out of a not so great car, and a great car like the Williams Mansel won the world championship with with traction control, auto gearbox and fuel mgt, could of be driven home by the most average of F 1 drivers.

Open wheel is for race fans, NASCAR is for necks.

Peckery Andretti

Dear Peckery Andretti-

You sound like an open wheel fan who has the luxury of having the greatest race ever in your backyard and hate it when the rednecks come in for their yearly desecration of a sacred ground. Is that true?

Signed, The Doppleganger of Mike Lazier
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Posted: 11-Jul-2004, 06:21 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 11-Jul-2004, 05:28 PM)
QUOTE (peckery @ 11-Jul-2004, 04:06 PM)
QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 11-Jul-2004, 02:45 PM)
Dear Peckery-

I'm more of a fan of open wheel racing (IRL, Formula One) than I am of NASCAR. To me, the application of the term "stock" to the NASCAR cars is a total misnomer since very little, except for maybe the chassis and the steering wheel, on those cars is street legal. Can you explain the fascination people have with NASCAR?

Signed, Michael Schumacher's Stalker


Dear Stalker,

There is nothing stock in stock cars. Have you ever seen a two door Ford Taurus???? Teams that have great aero packages are punished for having better wind tunnel guys. If one team (manufacture) finds a way to get more ponies out of the car, that advantage is taken away. If they use restrictor plates and try to make it a drivers race, the dirty drivers who like to play demolition derby usually win.

In open wheel racing, no advantages are given or taken away. A great driver can coax a victory out of a not so great car, and a great car like the Williams Mansel won the world championship with with traction control, auto gearbox and fuel mgt, could of be driven home by the most average of F 1 drivers.

Open wheel is for race fans, NASCAR is for necks.

Peckery Andretti

Dear Peckery Andretti-

You sound like an open wheel fan who has the luxury of having the greatest race ever in your backyard and hate it when the rednecks come in for their yearly desecration of a sacred ground. Is that true?

Signed, The Doppleganger of Mike Lazier

Dear Dopple,

The IRL is full of Import Rednecks. I miss the CART days of the Indy 500. If the toothless knuckle-scrappers want to take over the IMS for one week a year I guess that is OK, but you won't see me there or anyone else with branches in their family tree.

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