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    Waitangi Day

    So who celebrating this great little country we live in, I'm havin a relaxing day catching up on some sleep and a few chores, been for a latte and now enjoying some peace and quiet, must flick the TV and see how the Black Caps are going. Nice to live in a country that allows me to do these things unmolested, apart from this forum! Have a good one!
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    Yip kicking back at home, sick daughter sleeping lots.....bliss really
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    Trailer load of rubbish loaded. Bag of maize to the pond and couple little jobs done there mowed lawns . Early start ha ha . Town next get some beers then probably sit and shoot myna birds off the deck with .17
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    So far the most strenuous thing I have done is walk the dog. Just chillaxing.
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    Dropped some lighting stuff into seano for a trip he is now off on. Will shortly grab a mallet and do some panel beating on my left foot.
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    And a day in the loo good on ya shift
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    Went to go to work pulling copper pipes off a roof on a old meat works roof but the guys couldnt be bothered so I came home and am doing a bit of work on a stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Went to go to work pulling copper pipes off a roof on a old meat works roof but the guys couldnt be bothered so I came home and am doing a bit of work on a stock.
    Just keep the arc welder away from it. We all know what happened last time you got hold of that.
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    In true Waitangi day fashion , im involved in a fight over land rights.
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    Just finished cleaning up some Albacore we caught out from Raglan, BBQ later Name:  Albs 3.JPG
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    I worked most of the day, tomorrow off instead, long weekend

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    Catching up on work while the chippy and sparky are out of my way
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    and the best thing about having a thursday off for a stat day is not a single fuk was given on the friday following. four day weekend for me
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    If i could have a full time job shooting pests i'm up for over time.

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    And a day in the loo good on ya shift
    You betcha!!
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