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Agent7
11-29-2002, 02:57 PM
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mjs1
11-29-2002, 03:09 PM
Two years ago we were having Thanksgiving at my brothers and we got our little brother(29) drunk enough to put on the dog's electric shock collar and walk through the invisible fense line numerous times! Talk about a riot! We filmed it all too!

He thought he was tough sh1t, but the electrodes connected to his neck said otherwise! The screaming was hysterical! The collar has severl settings; we tested them all.

Fun stuff!
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Agent7
11-29-2002, 03:13 PM

mjs1
11-29-2002, 03:19 PM
hopefully in a safe place. Because we'll be watching that one again for years to come!

I don't have the means/tools to convert it. Oh well.

It's funny when I see the one beer commercial on tv about putting the dog collar around someone's neck. I just laugh! Especially doing it 2 years ago. We've told alot of people about it. Although I'm sure we weren't the pioneers/creator of the idea! There are plenty of studid people out there!

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silver-or-blue
11-29-2002, 03:25 PM
The questions about what you are doing and why never end. I'm 53 and my father still trys to parent me. Guess he thinks I can still be molded. Last year we had a major blow up when I asked him not to lean on my 328. This year when they visited, he leaned on the M3. He's either a moron or it's a power thing.
My approach to doing a moderately complex task that I haven't done before is to read the directions, talk to someone who's done it and then go at it with a plan. My father's approach is to dive in and use a hammer to beat it into submission after he's screwed it up. It's just a lot better to visit them. At least it's his stuff he's destroying.

hornsch
11-29-2002, 03:42 PM

jason2
11-29-2002, 03:46 PM
My father lives nearby and is the same way. Over the summer my outdoor light which has a light sensor switch stopped working. So my father convinced me he knew how to carefully take it apart and put in a new light sensor. Well the thing is made out of soft cedar wood and to make a long story short, after he went nuts with his electric drill he put several cracks in the frame and it now looks like a jack-o-lantern when it lights up at night :)

jerseyM3
11-29-2002, 04:34 PM

WFBMWM3
11-29-2002, 07:58 PM

Annoying family
11-25-2004, 03:40 PM
It seems as if I have an annoying family too. I have a grandmother who ignores me and always talks about how "great" my younger cousins are and gets mad because I yelled at my cousin for "accidentally" spilling iced tea on my white shirt....errgh. Then there's the mom who does everything like a little perfect faithful mouse and doesn't express herself, the goofy dad, you name it. I'm ready to go home already.


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