Don't come home drunk....

Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Dave Nelson, May 22, 2020.

  1. Dave Nelson

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    Why?

    Probably not up to code
     
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    Probably a carpenter doing his own home. A friend from school is a brick layer. He built his garage out of bricks and put all sorts of custom touches into it. It didn't know you could do some of that with brick.
     
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    When I was kid the county painted lines on the cowpath that was our road,for some reason they stopped at out driveway entrance never to return until they repaved MANY years later.My dad told the neighborhood busy body [every neighborhood/community has one] That he HAD the county do it that way so he could find his way home when he was drunk :crazy: Took it hook line/sinker! Even gossiped at church about it!! Reverend asked me about it at confirmation training :eek: -Later Steve!!
     
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    That's one way to save on materials. Also...everyone has to walk the way you walk also.
     
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    Those stairs keep your mother in law (with the bad hip) on the main floor. ;)
     
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    On the other hand, a lot of nice work there.
     
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    ^+1

    I think they were designed by the inventor of the StairMaster!
     
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    Obviously the owner has one leg shorter than the other.
     
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    I wonder if that was a way to make each step shorter in height, for a given required total rise. Maybe good for someone who's legs don't bend well? I don't recall ever seeing anything like that, though.
     

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