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NEC
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops

Jack? This is not a joke...... I now blow my nose into four sheets of TP........... It will be soon a step outside to blow it on the ground only............ Save the TP!

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops
NEC wrote:

Jack? This is not a joke...... I now blow my nose into four sheets of TP........... It will be soon a step outside to blow it on the ground only............ Save the TP!

But with global warming it will be unnecessary. No more runny noses. Oops, I forgot about the extended pollen season. My bad.
Jack

goldhiller
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops
NEC wrote:

My current thought is that my entire body is made up of borrowed cells……….. The only “Me” there are, are my own thoughts. They have nothing to do with the body rented me.

Don't bogart that J, my friend.....
and pass the Boone's Farm too, eh? :D

NEC
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops
goldhiller wrote:

Don't bogart that J, my friend.....
and pass the Boone's Farm too, eh? :D

You are saying I am Bogarting Jack? Never! No way man, the dude is way to cool with me.

As far as the rest goes.......... I just ordered PIZZA! Pizza will soon be me........ Oh, and maybe a wee bit o Scotch will be me too. We are all just borrowed cells for this earth trip. I am going to borrow some cow and pig cells for a while. ( I ordered a Meat Lovers PIZZA!)

I think that maybe there is Radon in Scotch from the smoked oak aging barrels? Whew! Worried now.........

Forgot. Chicken cells as well. I ordered some hot wings.

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Radon in Granite Counter tops

Ahhhhhhhhhhh the nectar of life
Jack

NEC
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops

Have you tried Johnnie Walker Green? A single malt.........

It's not like wine. You can drink it with all types of cows or pigs, birds of any type, reptiles of any type as well. It goes good with all kinds of veggies including a good cigar.

Wines are so picky with their company. I avoid them.

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Radon in Granite Countertops

I like the Glenfeddich scotch, don't buy it often though it's pretty expensive last bottle I bought was $150. I'll have to try the JW Green. Right now I have a case of German Lownbrough to get through. Takes me a little longer now than it did when I was young. Don't bounce as well any more.
Jack

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