there are days....

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  1. titan

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    if I knew I could make a good living at it,maybe...
     

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    I don't know about that? My job is much easier than cutting, and splitting firewood! Regardless,...it does make one feel great doesn't it?
     
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    Yea,I won't make the career change just yet.....but I'd love to wind out a saw in the boss' ear!
     
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    Just make sure you're not singing "I'm a Lumberjack and I'm OK............" ;-)
     
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    GVA...I haven't been able to forget that song since I first heard it."I never wanted to be in such a shambollock sketch anyways!"Long Live the Pythons!

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    "Hi my name it Titan. I am planning to saw up my cubicle and jack up my boss with a chainsaw. I really need some advice on whether to buy a Husqvarna, Stihl or some other brand of saw. Will a little Poulan from Canadian Tire do this job ok? I only plan to do it once so long saw life isn't an issue. Do I need to wear chaps and a helmet into the office that day to be safe? What pitch chain works best on office walls? I think the desks are oak. Will that make a difference in the saw I need? If I end up having to whack the guy would a narrow kerf chain make less of a mess, specifically on me? What is SWAT's reaction to someone wielding a chainsaw? Will a smaller one reduce my chances of being shot on sight?

    Thanks in advance and any advice from someone who has done this would be most appreciated."
     
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    Better yet, how long should my bar be to cut through the sarcasm of such a rapier-wit? :question:
     
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