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  2. I was just placing a historical type of timeline on your thread, it is a much needed reminder for many lightsters. JR
  3. The one I linked was last October, but I have said similar many times both before and after. Can't stress the importance of backing up enough. Sent from my phone using Tapatalk, so blame any typos on Android!
  4. Dibblejr, doing overtime
  5. I was JK
  6. It's your thread
  7. You got pass
  8. yeah, so sorry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Going down hill
  10. and stroke repeatedly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I would love a copy James. Thanks!
  12. Just add oil Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Hi James - Can I get a copy? Thanks Chester
  14. I'd would appreciate a copy as well. Thanks, Nick Yax
  15. Anybody have thus song sequenced and willing to share, if so I would appreciate it. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  16. Best of Luck! Hope your offer is accepted!
  17. appreciate the advice
  18. My in laws own a gas station, ive been using the free stuff for a long time. Keep in mind, ask them if they have any old, non opened signage as well. If they do they have some super heavy duty zip ties and other goodies in the box. A lot of clerks are to lazy to actually put all of the advertisements up. They will be perfect for your signs as well as other props, stars, spiders whatever. The 2/3mm thick stuff you can get off the big box stores shelves just to thin. And even though they advertise having the thicker stuff you will not be able to get it shipped to the store so shipping will kill the deal. I paid $14 8X4' sheet 6mm locally at mfg. JR
  19. That's Ford breaks
  20. great idea I was going to get it from lowes but free sounds better
  21. You wrote that well over "one" year ago. I remember reading that while I was a lurker, or at least similar. Its great sound advice. JR
  22. squeal like pig
  23. Yesterday
  24. Depends on what thickness. I used a punch about 1' long for the thin 4mm stuff. I will be using a drill bit in "reverse" for my 6 mm stuff. There is a big difference between the two thickness's. I have seen some people refer to the 6 and 10mm coro as "commercial grade".Nothing commercial about it. its just thicker making it heavier duty. Lucky for me 6 miles away is a mfg. Don't waste $ on Lowes/ HD stuff. If you befriend a local gas station they get free coro for signage all the time. Pepsi, coke etc. Once the special is over it just gets trashed. You can paint over the coloring , Best of all "free" JR
  25. Plan on making my tune to sign out of coro what is everybody using to punch out the holes thanks Jeffery
  26. If still sending could I please get a copy of the the THE GRINCH! Thanks
  27. James, I will like to receive a copy please. Many Thanks -
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