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Old 13-09-2021, 01:10 PM   #31
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Default Re: Woodworking tools

Originally Posted by Tonz View Post
sorry just saw your post, there is an answer, its not totally legal, in fact its far from it, but burglaries do still happen and either at night time or when no one is around......................just saying.
oh believe me, I've got some answers to the situation if it arises..... sadly none of them are legal.....

my real problem is where do i put all his stuff..... i simply dont have the room
I dont care if some prius driving eco-hippy thinks its politically incorrect for me to drive a V8..... I'm paying for the fuel!
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