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    Default Helping Stayback to get past the Stop Sign incident

    Here's a new sign for you to fear...
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    It can't hurt any worse than "stop".
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT
    It can't hurt any worse than "stop".
    Well it does only have FOUR corners instead of EIGHT!
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    Hey Stayback, no flashbacks PLEASE!!
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    Stayback: there seems to be a story here begging to be let out. Care to share with the rest of the class?

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    Please Stayback share with all of the curios out here

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    I think if you search "Moron"...you'll find my story.
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    Talking Yup!................

    Originally posted by PuffyNPFD
    Hey Stayback, no flashbacks PLEASE!!
    StayBack and FlashBack.......... Isn't that a Law Firm in Lower Muddyswamp, Mass.??
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    This is the one that got it all started...


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    I would highly recommend Depends prior to reading this epic.
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    Oh NO....not this again. Must be the drugs...I'm having flashbacks.

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    Hey I feel bad for SB, but hows the stop sign - its probably a friendly sign, it had been through a tramatic situation and probably thought it was being molested! How bout a pic with you and the sign SB! let bygons be bygons
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    This reminds me of the time I got off a train in Pittsburgh with some drunk Steelers fans. The one guy got off the train, walked on to the street, and slammed straight into a traffic sign. He screamed,
    "What the ----!" The sign was twanging back and forth. It had to hurt! I was laughing so hard, I almost lost my lunch!

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    alright STAYBACK here you go. Back in the early 90's when I started in this business in N.J. our department in Bradley Beach had 2 seperate houses for the town. Here is the setup. One glorious morning we went to the local school for fire prevention day. The trucks were polished and everyone had their dress blues on. Sometime during the day another firefighter decided to put the kids up on the hosebed for a thrill, room was tight and unknown to me the driver he viagra'd the deck gun straight up. You can probably guess what's coming by now. Go back to the station and as I am backing the engine into the house the peacefull calm of the day was destroyed as the deck gun came into abrupt contact with the top of the garage. Snap, Crash, Boom, sound of metal shattering and hitting concrete. Not all that funny, but the person on the porch next door was witness to the extreme slew of vulgarities streaming from my mouth as I had to walk across the street to pick up the remaining pieces of the now murdered deck gun, I think the poor old guy almost had a heart attack. Now being the wise@ss that he was at the time the chief took all of those pieces had them mounted on a nice piece of plywood and presented it to me at the annual banquet after having many shots of Jameson's. Not quite as funny as the stop sign, but I can feel your pain. It happens to all of us at one time or another.

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