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Old 11-19-2016, 05:59 PM   #91
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No need to use special t-paper. Any normal paper will decompose readily.

You can squeeze your Charmin all you want...
Im prior military and ive used the worst TP. Even the one out of MREs. But its a proven fact that if mama aint happy, no one is.
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Old 11-20-2016, 02:50 AM   #92
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If you can throw a diaper away you can throw your bag away. I could give rats ass about what the feds say. Come to think of it I don't a rip about local authority at all either. I would love to see them save it for trial as evidence.
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Old 11-20-2016, 07:03 AM   #93
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If you can throw a diaper away you can throw your bag away. I could give rats ass about what the feds say. Come to think of it I don't a rip about local authority at all either. I would love to see them save it for trial as evidence.
Please dont temp them. Be just my luck, I'll get called for jury duty that day.
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Old 11-22-2016, 08:57 PM   #94
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Im prior military and ive used the worst TP. Even the one out of MREs. But its a proven fact that if mama aint happy, no one is.
I remember Basic Training , felt like I was wiping with 80 grit sandpaper, first payday we all kicked in & bought toilet paper.

Oh & my rule is if momma ain't happy get new momma
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Old 11-22-2016, 11:05 PM   #95
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I remember Basic Training , felt like I was wiping with 80 grit sandpaper, first payday we all kicked in & bought toilet paper.

Oh & my rule is if momma ain't happy get new momma
I don't know about that.....

I remember the processes of uninstalling Wife version 1.0 making way for the upgrade to Wife version 2.0. It was lengthy, painful and expensive.

Wife 3.0 aint gonna happen...

I will wipe with 80 to "keep momma happy". She is worth it...

Funny to joke about but truth be known, I am blessed with an awesome Lady. I thank God every day for putting her in my life.

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Regarding cover material:

I tried Coco and it did not suit me. I moved to sawdust from a cabinet shop. It worked much better for me. The one negative was a certain odor that I recognized from my days working in a cabinet shop as the smell from the glue/binder used in MDF.

I was running low and the local cabinet shop was closed so I stopped at the local Coop and asked about what they had available. I decided to try out "Natures Bedding Small Pine".

This stuff is the BOMB!

No glue smell. It has a sweet woody smell and covers better than any other material I have tried.

I bought a 4.2 cu.ft. package for $9.67 including tax. That will be a 4-6 month supply.

Free is good but with the difference in performance I will spend $2 a month for store bought cover material.
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Old 11-22-2016, 11:28 PM   #97
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Regarding cover material:

I tried Coco and it did not suit me. I moved to sawdust from a cabinet shop. It worked much better for me. The one negative was a certain odor that I recognized from my days working in a cabinet shop as the smell from the glue/binder used in MDF.

I was running low and the local cabinet shop was closed so I stopped at the local Coop and asked about what they had available. I decided to try out "Natures Bedding Small Pine".

This stuff is the BOMB!

No glue smell. It has a sweet woody smell and covers better than any other material I have tried.

I bought a 4.2 cu.ft. package for $9.67 including tax. That will be a 4-6 month supply.

Free is good but with the difference in performance I will spend $2 a month for store bought cover material.
Good deal. Glad you found something that works. But dont be afraid to experiment and mix covers to see if you can improve even more.
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Old 11-23-2016, 07:40 AM   #98
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I remember Basic Training , felt like I was wiping with 80 grit sandpaper, first payday we all kicked in & bought toilet paper.

Oh & my rule is if momma ain't happy get new momma
Momma #1 costs me alot of $ and time to get rid of. Momma #2 cost me even more to get rid of plus jail time ( didnt know it was illegal to take my truck) so....momma #3 aint getting a ring . Lol
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Old 11-23-2016, 10:45 AM   #100
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Momma #1 costs me alot of $ and time to get rid of. Momma #2 cost me even more to get rid of plus jail time ( didnt know it was illegal to take my truck) so....momma #3 aint getting a ring . Lol
Same here except no jail time with #2 but prison was in the future If I didn't rotate her out, #3 been with her 12 yrs now, maybe third time is a charm.
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