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    heyyyyyy....some of us can't help the pale and pasty thing. Burn, turn white again, burn, turn white again. Man, I don't know what it's like to get a tan!

    *Nurses are angels with really big needles hidden in their wings*
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    Speedyserd's Avatar Senior Member
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    That's when you learn that you need to fly south to get a tan. But then again, the tan fades after a few months...
    Then you get a new job that requires you to be outside more often.
    Now I wish I could do that... bloody work.

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    Awww, you need to get out into life and work. You know why?



    So that you can afford the next MYST game.

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    Well, I can use the money I earn from work to buy the game. Either that or give BIG hints to my family to get it for me for Christmas...
    Besides, work first, then play. I need to pay for school somehow!

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    Awww, Speedy! There was me thinking that you'd be earning so much with all that work that you'd be able to pay to bring Live back.

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    That will be me after I am done with school entirely! lol!

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    Hello fellow forumites, just wanted to say hi. I'm getting ready to do a tile job in my kitchen and wanted to know if anyone has used a laser level and how it worked for you? It's one of those things you know might help, but you hate to spend the money on it. I'm not looking forward to doing it as I will be looking at it for a long time if I make any mistakes.
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    OoOoo... SOunds like fun, Natika. Sorry the only home improvement I've ever done is hold a wall.

    My parents asked me to help with building their new house. So, yes, I literally held a wall up while two other family members nailed it into place.

    I'm sure you'll be fine.

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    See if you can rent one for your job.
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    Natika, I have. For my bathroom. It worked fantastically. Even the vertical lines were easy to set as a reference. In my case I did first calibrate the laser (rotary, with motor and rechargable) very carefully so the fault was withing 1 milimeter on 15 meters distance. It had more than 10 mm at time of shipment.

    But then after some time that Bathroom is ready, and then? It's been a year now and I forget sometimes that I have that thing and of course it's never recharged since.I could use it right now while working at my sister's place but left it home .

    Where do you live, I'll drop it when I come by . Maybe you can tempt me to do the job even ...

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