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    I've only gotten locked out of where i live 2 or 3 time when I was a teen.but that's because someone else locked up the house and i didn't have a house key.locked myself out vehicles. but got um unlocked by learning and by being creative .
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    I once broke into my own house by using a fishing pole to snag my keys off the coffee table through the 4 in. space at the bottom of the den window. Took about 8 cast.
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    There has got to be a joke in there someplace.

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    "Life is Tough, It's Really Tough if You're Stupid" a quote credited to John Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    There has got to be a joke in there someplace.
    No joke Rick. I suggest using spinning gear with a three quarter ounce single hook jig with the barb bent in, saves wear and tear on the couch armrest.
    A man full of grits is a man full of peace.

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    While maybe not intended, that right there is funny...........I don't care who you are.
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    I once used a fishing pole to catch a set of keys inside the trunk of a 1973 Ford LTD. Had to go through the taillight. No, it wasn't me that locked them in there but I still loved her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    I once used a fishing pole to catch a set of keys inside the trunk of a 1973 Ford LTD. Had to go through the taillight. No, it wasn't me that locked them in there but I still loved her.
    Hey, great minds think alike.
    A man full of grits is a man full of peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimLE View Post
    I've only gotten locked out of where i live 2 or 3 time when I was a teen.but that's because someone else locked up the house and i didn't have a house key.locked myself out vehicles. but got um unlocked by learning and by being creative .
    He had several posts about 6 months ago involving hugging the bears in Canada.

    Same thought process.

    So he has been around long enough to know that in Canada one needs to have a cold weather emergency kit in their vehicle, but the synapses in the brain have not made the connection that brings one to the action of putting a cold weather kit in the car.

    It is the perfect example of the Canadian motto, "if your gonna be dumb you gotta be tough".

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