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Any ideas.............??

Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks' started by Gino, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    Hi everyone.

    Over the weekend I was at a yard sale and this old woman had some of her deceased husband's tools for sale. So, I asked a few questions about what he did and although she didn't have any of the manuals or instructions on these particular tools, she said, well, it isn't brain surgery..... anyone can learn to use these things.
    Brain-hooks.jpg

    Something tells me these are head tools and she tricked me into buying all of these for $25.00.

    She had one photo which I was somewhat leery about, but took it anyway.
    pumkin.jpg



    So, without the manual, instruction booklet, any tech support, prior lessons or schooling, help from those already in the profession....... is there anyone out there who can get me started ??
    I have two people already scheduled for this Friday morning and one in the afternoon for some rearrangements of electron connectors and receptors, but just not quite sure what they look like. Does anyone know what color they are ?? I'm also quoting someone whose brain is located far up their rectum and would like me to remove it and put it in their arm, so they can talk to it. Will I have to buy Preparation 'H' to remove swelling before I go in there or just give them a laxative ?? See, the tools I have so far are for the top end of a being, not the place where most people use/store their brains.

    I figure this beats putting out $100's or even $1,000's of dollars on printers and software and I can make a lotta money fast before others catch on to how easy this gig is.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    :thankyou:
     
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  2. JBusch260

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    Looks like a lobotomy kit. You might want to hold onto that for the next time you get a tough customer that booze and headache pills can't help with.
     
  3. letterman7

    letterman7 Very Active Member

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    Looks like an older style halo collar to me...
     
  4. John Butto

    John Butto Very Active Member

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    You have the blue sheet all set up on the table with your tools all laid out all neatly. Are you like the guy in the "girl with the dragon tattoo" who had the hidden room to do your bidding. I would dip all those things in a bowl of bleach to remove any traces of DNA.
     
  5. Red Ball

    Red Ball Very Active Member

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    Need a partner?
     
  6. bikecomedy

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    Can I borrow it? ... want to test out a theory I have about injecting signs into minds using LEDs.
     
  7. slappy

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    it appears to be something your wife bought at that "ooooohhhhhhhh what a night" party has finally arrived :ROFLMAO:


    good luck with that. :omg:
     
  8. Mike Paul

    Mike Paul Major Contributor

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    Could be a high end girdle...

    Chris Cristie? :popcorn:
     
  9. AzGene

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    It's a pitched back placer fork aligner. Was commonly used in the 60's by chiropractors realigning the spines of go-go dancers.
     
  10. deegrafix

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    So, without the manual, instruction booklet, any tech support, prior lessons or schooling,you will need to enlist your congressmen to help, one as assistant and another as the test subject... They're good at establishing protocol on things they know nothing about.
     
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