FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for December 03, 2021

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  7 months ago

    Roger, you doofus.

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    C  7 months ago

    Protecting you from boredom Andy

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    Wilde Bill  7 months ago

    This is why she keeps the temperature so low. To have money to pay for emergency repairs.

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    fuzzbucket  7 months ago

    Now it’s a $360 job.

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    Olddog04  7 months ago

    A man knows his limits. That says a lot about him.

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    chris_o42  7 months ago

    Last time I caller a plumber it was $90 to walk through the door. Luckily my daughter’s fiancé can do that stuff.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 7 months ago

    Don’t care what it costs, trying to find one is the thing. Last time I got 2 shutoff valves and 2 outdoor faucets. Took him an hour and cost $400. Worth every penny!!

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    dflak  7 months ago

    I am not very handy, or as I describe it “I am dumb from the neck down.”

    My carpentry skills are about 6, electrical skills about 4 and plumbing about -3. I am good enough to operate sinks, showers and toilet bowls.

    Besides at my age, I should no longer be crawling under sinks.

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    awcoffman  7 months ago

    I hate plumbing, but I do it out of self defense. At least I have the tools and know what I’m doing. It gets done right and I save money.

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    Irish53  7 months ago

    I hate plumbing problems. A professional plumber is worth every penny I need to pay them to repair or replace whatever is needed.

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    e.groves  7 months ago

    I’ve taught my wife how to repair a leaking faucet. It will save her a lot of money if I’m not around.

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    tygrkhat40  7 months ago

    My father and I have the same attitude towards problems like that; one of three options. One, I can fix it myself. Two, I can fix it with the help of friends. Three, call a professional.

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    raybarb44  7 months ago

    Good luck on that $60 bill. Better add another zero to that number…..

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    yangeldf  7 months ago

    I’m actually surprised someone who won’t even turn the thermostat up when the house is colder than a meat locker would actually pay a plumber for something as frivolous as a dripping faucet.

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    schaefer jim  7 months ago

    Hey my time with plumbing jobs taught me, call them right away.

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    Olddog04  7 months ago

    I can do the basics. Change a faucet. Install a toilet. Fix a shower leak. But anything more than that, I get a professional.

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    Stephen Gilberg  7 months ago

    Like Tim Taylor, except that he only thinks he looks that good.

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    moondog42 Premium Member 7 months ago

    A few years ago I took apart the bathroom sink trap to unclog it, and my wife still tells her friends how handy I am. Like, she won’t be dissuaded that this bathroom sink is 1000x easier than any other sink I’ve ever used as far as dismantling. I don’t even need tools and the parts fit together perfectly.

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    tjason910  7 months ago

    120.00 now

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  7 months ago

    Roger said he would take a crack at it.

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    MarshaOstroff  7 months ago

    My father was extremely handy around the house. He had been an electrician and a sheet metal mechanic. He was also smart enough to realize when it was time to call a professional when his skills weren’t up to snuff for a particular repair job.

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