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I trash leaves/pine needles out of the gutters twice a year.  Involves sliding on my butt across the roof and then reaching over the side and pulling out the trash one handful at a time from the clogged gutters.  Distance to ground about 20 feet.  Landing site in case of fall, picket fence.  There's a visual for you.
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Virgil Kane

I love to and still eat White Castle Hamburgers while not carrying TP in my vehicle.   :love:  :ghostface:  :ghostface:

That and I'm married to a 1/2 Irish 1/2 Sicilian woman for 34 years  :)

Virgil

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I let Paula drive when I am in the vehicle

Does your wife know bout Paula?

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I did skydive twice when in college back in early 80's. Even with static line it was 'on the edge', given the parachute club used old army surplus canopies.
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I taught high school English for 40 years.   Lived on the edge every day.
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I use my weed wacker with shorts and flip flops.

(I am left handed... so I tend to shoot the stuff at myself until I go duh... and move to right handed operation.)

Back when crocs were the thing I wore them riding my motorcycle!

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I own and admin and moderate public/open discussion forms.
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Virgil Kane

I was a registered Republican when living in Chicago.  :unclesam:

Virgil

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CdnWingShooter
I once chopped wood wearing flip flops and surprisingly I still have all ten toes.
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Being a city kid I lived for skateboarding. Pools, half-pipes, anything in the street we could ride. Had a blast.

I was a bike courier for about 5 years, too. Road year round, in downtown Boston traffic, winters included. Descending Beacon Hill on a snowy day is quite a thrill.

Did some dirt biking when I lived in California. Desert riding was a blast, but hitting a cactus, not so much.

Of course, I have my moments at work.

Oh yeah, I attended a scotch tasting with Tim, once.  :D

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My wife and I let our one year old daughter wander the house diaper-less sometimes to "air out."  We found a turd in the bathroom rug this morning.  :glare:
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