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Old 06-09-2011, 07:37 PM   #1
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what does IMO stand for?

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On forums and texting, it means, "In My Opinion".

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wtf (there is another new one) does a ladder damaging a roof have to do with IMO?
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what does IMO stand for?
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If you are resting your ladder upon the eave- place a 2x4 over the eave so it rests flat and the edge will stick out over the eave and your ladder will rest upon it.


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