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Old 04-02-2009, 07:42 AM   #16
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Maybe it's a crack house?
Nah, crack house need lots of receptacles. Heat lamps, hot plates, microwaves, etc. I mean, uh, not that I'd know, but, uh.... can I borrow $20?

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You people are killing me. How did we go from rewiring a house to cooking crack
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Nah, crack house need lots of receptacles. Heat lamps, hot plates, microwaves, etc. I mean, uh, not that I'd know, but, uh.... can I borrow $20?
How about switching to meth? Very little power requirements to manufacture and use. You could spend $18 on a good 12ga. extension cord and then put the rest toward Pyrex.

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$15k................thats how much
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