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Old 09-19-2009, 07:13 PM   #21
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Same here. Carhart is my Prada.....
and Red Wings...always Red Wings .....unless we get several inches of snow, then I bust out with the Irish Setters.


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Old 09-19-2009, 08:40 PM   #22
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Best boot ever. I usually work two pair at a time. One for dirty outside work and the other for the more gentleman inside work.
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Old 09-19-2009, 09:13 PM   #23
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Best boot ever. I usually work two pair at a time. One for dirty outside work and the other for the more gentleman inside work.
Yup...I probably have 6 pairs.

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I was at Big Orange buying some locksets for bedrooms, bathrooms and every thing else...

They had these buckets [which I would reserve only for dropping a deuce in]:



Normal Price $5 and change...on sale/reduced to $2.34....doesn't even have a lid.
http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...atalogId=10053


What a scam.

I have to put in an argument for those Homer buckets. They are clean and ready to go. For $2.34 they are DEFINITELY worth it. First of all they are taller than typical Sheetrock joint compound 5 gallon buckets, that inch or two makes life easier when sitting on it or trying to fit something in. Second, they are clean, and my time cleaning spackle out of old buckets is worth more than $2.34. And finally, the weak spot is where the metal wire handle connects to the bucket. If you look at the Homer bucket, the plastic in this area is beafier than on a typical spackle bucket.

YES, I am that geak using a Homer bucket on the jobsite

You mentioned it before, I would love to see a real picture of your bucket and stuff. You're the guy who got me into using a Rotozip, Dewalt Vac, and Vac attachment to cut out holes back on the Electrical Knowledge Forums days (when people used to go there, what a shame ).
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In the time it takes to go to HD....
-you could have beaten the dried spackle out of numerous buckets [the mud jockeys thinks it's gold]
- built the entire contraption
- be working again.

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In the time it takes to go to HD....
-you could have beaten the dried spackle out of numerous buckets [the mud jockeys thinks it's gold]
- built the entire contraption
- be working again.

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But both of us were already at HD buying locksets, remember?

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Old 09-19-2009, 10:04 PM   #27
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But both of us were already at HD buying locksets, remember?
I have mad skills, but I can't make a lockset


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Pics?
You seriously want a picture of one of my buckets?
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I should really take a picture....
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