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    No, not what you were thinking.

    I used to be able to reach and change a bulb in my kitchen with bare feet, but now, I can barely reach them, and had to get a chair. It's just no good to have this many miles on you.
    There goes the neighborhood.

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    I think it's just amazing that you can stand on your hands long enough to change a lightbulb with your bare feet!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowball
    a lightbulb
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowball
    I think it's just amazing that you can stand on your hands long enough to change a lightbulb with your bare feet!!
    You have to have wicked pedal dexterity.
    There goes the neighborhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco
    You have to have wicked pedal dexterity.
    I have excellent pedal dexterity... I can drive vehicles with standard shift transmissions!
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