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jason73

lets go brandon
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If that were to happen the problem would be that someone broke into his house and stole from him. What he stole from him is largely inconsequential. If someone broke into your house, stole a knife and stabbed someone, no one would admonish you for not having your knives locked up.

For what it's worth my firearms are locked up when not in use, but that has more to do with legal requirements than it does any illusions that a gun safe can't be breached by a willing thief.
it makes it easier for thieve by having them all located in one place and lots of people dont have the safes bolted down at all so its possible for 2 guys to carry the whole thing off and open it elsewhere
 

JakePaulsBeard

The Most Consistent Motherfucker You Know
Jul 22, 2015
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it makes it easier for thieve by having them all located in one place and lots of people dont have the safes bolted down at all so its possible for 2 guys to carry the whole thing off and open it elsewhere
The OPP has in the past attempted to charge someone for "unsafe storage" who had thieves break into his house with a set of torches and cut his safe open.
 

jason73

lets go brandon
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Hauler

It takes twice as long to build bridges you burn.
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Nationwide shortage in subfloor glue on the horizon.

They can't make enough cardboard tubes that the subloor glue is shipped in because they don't have enough glue to make the cardboard tubes. Chicken/Egg?

So we don't have workers to make the glue or the cardboard. And we don't have drivers to ship the product, which is OK because we don't have workers to squirt the glue out on the joist that aren't there anyway because the railroad doesn't have enough workers to successfully ship the product across the country.

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nuraknu

savage
Jul 20, 2016
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Nationwide shortage in subfloor glue on the horizon.

They can't make enough cardboard tubes that the subloor glue is shipped in because they don't have enough glue to make the cardboard tubes. Chicken/Egg?

So we don't have workers to make the glue or the cardboard. And we don't have drivers to ship the product, which is OK because we don't have workers to squirt the glue out on the joist that aren't there anyway because the railroad doesn't have enough workers to successfully ship the product across the country.

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Is this the same reason they said toilet paper prices are going up in September? Someone told me that
 

Lars (ADMlN)

Formerly 'Lars'
Oct 17, 2015
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Nationwide shortage in subfloor glue on the horizon.

They can't make enough cardboard tubes that the subloor glue is shipped in because they don't have enough glue to make the cardboard tubes. Chicken/Egg?

So we don't have workers to make the glue or the cardboard. And we don't have drivers to ship the product, which is OK because we don't have workers to squirt the glue out on the joist that aren't there anyway because the railroad doesn't have enough workers to successfully ship the product across the country.

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So what if your floor squeaks? People shouldn’t have to work, everything should be supplied by Star Trek Replicators!
 

Hauler

It takes twice as long to build bridges you burn.
Feb 3, 2016
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Is this the same reason they said toilet paper prices are going up in September? Someone told me that
I haven't heard anything specifically about TP.

Maybe they are just trying to spark another buying spree/hoarding session.

A price bump wouldn't be shocking - the price of everything is going up, but specifically saying "in September" feels a little bullshitty.
 

Sound System

Proud Cat of Fedor
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I haven't heard anything specifically about TP.

Maybe they are just trying to spark another buying spree/hoarding session.

A price bump wouldn't be shocking - the price of everything is going up, but specifically saying "in September" feels a little bullshitty.
There is a whole lot of "bullshitty" going around these parts lately.
 

Freeloading Rusty

Came out my mama's pussy, I'm on welfare.
Jan 11, 2016
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Nationwide shortage in subfloor glue on the horizon.

They can't make enough cardboard tubes that the subloor glue is shipped in because they don't have enough glue to make the cardboard tubes. Chicken/Egg?

So we don't have workers to make the glue or the cardboard. And we don't have drivers to ship the product, which is OK because we don't have workers to squirt the glue out on the joist that aren't there anyway because the railroad doesn't have enough workers to successfully ship the product across the country.

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You guys should ask Biden to open the borders back up because you need some reliable workers.