Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby pokey on Thu 28/Apr/16 9:12pm

Farm wrote:I deal with a few engineers whose reality is questionable.


It's proportionately relevant to conceit.
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby oldandlazy on Thu 28/Apr/16 9:40pm

Farm wrote:Ive got an under-utilised facility I'd like him to turn into a meth-lab/craft brewery.

Turns out its against corporate policy...


I remember a very serious discussion with you in about 2004 to repurpose the facility into a craft brewery. As I remember it we were going to keep one vessel quarantined though while a whiskey-soaked smokey body dissolved properly?

The meth lab is new though - I'll be in touch soon with a proposal :)
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Scotty on Thu 28/Apr/16 9:44pm

oldandlazy wrote:
scatter wrote:There's no need to descend into insults
[puts Mods hat on] Actually that goes for all of you. Get creative guys, and play the ball, not the man [takes Mods hat off]


So I can't put up a poll to identify what type on engineer everyone is? I feel that this could all be settled quickly if we could only check each others stats.

Czech those stats. :lol:
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Farm on Thu 28/Apr/16 9:50pm

oldandlazy wrote:
Farm wrote:Ive got an under-utilised facility I'd like him to turn into a meth-lab/craft brewery.

Turns out its against corporate policy...


I remember a very serious discussion with you in about 2004 to repurpose the facility into a craft brewery. As I remember it we were going to keep one vessel quarantined though while a whiskey-soaked smokey body dissolved properly?

The meth lab is new though - I'll be in touch soon with a proposal :)

Things are moving on alright. I've hired guys with beards and man-buns so the craft beer is a slam dunk.
Meth is the new craft beer, especially in the Hutt.
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby oldandlazy on Thu 28/Apr/16 9:52pm

Farm wrote:
I deal with a few engineers whose reality is questionable. I definitely I wouldn't get in a boat oldandlazy welded together.
Edit: I mean he's probably a real engineer coz I'm pretty sure he can't weld for shit.


You're right - I can't weld for shit and certainly not aluminium. I can hardly even solder. I reckon I could drive a train though. That's an engineer, right?
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Wobbler on Thu 28/Apr/16 10:02pm

I have mad hot glue skills
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Thu 28/Apr/16 10:08pm

I know how to cut off a ziptie properly :thumbsup:
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Farm on Thu 28/Apr/16 10:10pm

I can fit a zip tie correctly. (50% of the time)
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Conners on Thu 28/Apr/16 10:16pm

Astoria Paranoia wrote:I know how to cut off a ziptie properly :thumbsup:

Dude, that's both electrical and mechanical injanurring in one shot!
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Wobbler on Thu 28/Apr/16 10:18pm

Conners wrote:
Astoria Paranoia wrote:I know how to cut off a ziptie properly :thumbsup:

Dude, that's both electrical and mechanical injanurring in one shot!


How are you cutting your zipties :blink:
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Dougal on Fri 29/Apr/16 12:23pm

I've just done a courier run. Still not parcel of hardened steel. :(
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby happybaboon on Fri 29/Apr/16 2:00pm

Dougal if the uncuttable steel arrives please video the cutting.

This is a derpy thread for derps.
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Velocipedestrian on Fri 29/Apr/16 3:59pm

happybaboon wrote:Dougal if the uncuttable steel arrives please video the cutting.

This is a derpy thread for derps.

Second this.

Except this is a fantastic throwback to the TALAS about it Gumby fest.
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Slim on Fri 29/Apr/16 4:20pm

Dougal wrote:I've just done a courier run. Still not parcel of hardened steel. :(


I've probably got something here that you can waste your time cutting up if you feel bored.
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Re: Bike Locks/security Thread...

Postby Dougal on Fri 29/Apr/16 4:49pm

Slim wrote:
Dougal wrote:I've just done a courier run. Still not parcel of hardened steel. :(


I've probably got something here that you can waste your time cutting up if you feel bored.


If Reefer man never delivers then we have no time wasted. :) Do you think he's ever stopped to think how they cut hardened chain to length? :D
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