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used motor oil.  Yup  smear it on the ends. you'll have to reapply in a week or so but hey it's cheap. and it's more responsible w than what I usually do ; dump it in my neighbor's well.

 

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Was that the article that showed drilling a hole for the drip stick?   Now I know who was doing that to our well. But we got back at you we dumped ours on the top of your car after dark.

 

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ahhh neighbors.

 When I lives in MASS, I actually had a horribly annoying neighbor who had a rotweiler they had trained to attack people.   They let it run loose and it crapped all over my yard.  I mean all over..  So I got a shovel and collected a honkin huge pile and when they parked their convertible in their yard - - - -  yup   you guessed it.

 

Then I took to walking past their house at twilight and their dog would come hauling out around the house  down the drive to get me.  And of course I had my wrist rocket and a half inch  ball bearing.  Drop to a knee and let 'r rip.    And off it goes howling  back the way it came.

A few treatments like that and it stopped chasing people.

Odd how I never actually saw these people.  Just the horrors they inflicted on their neighbors.

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2 hours ago, DAB said:

go away stick"

 In the communist state of massassachuttes they imprison you for life for even dreaming about  one of those

 

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why ask?

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5 hours ago, Cliff said:

used motor oil.

 

what about contaminating your finished product's finish???

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On 4/4/2018 at 10:01 PM, Cliff said:

 In the communist state of massassachuttes they imprison you for life for even dreaming about  one of those

 

I have yet to escape from the commonwealth, but I am on the NH border, where wuz home when you lived here?

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When I delivered papers, I carried a squirt can of ammonia. Precursor to Mace. Dogs quickly learned that guys on bicycles were not to be harassed.

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Cliff, It sounds like you mighta been a native. We live in Pepperell, kinda near Lancaster. I grew up in Wakefield.

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Hmmm, gotta try that one - always seem to have the problem - especially when I find a good lookin log

 

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On 4/4/2018 at 8:38 PM, Cliff said:

The ends get cut off.   Poof no contamination.

 

 

and the oil that gets on saw and what not???

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