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April 09, 2011


Grit removal screens are nowhere near as impressive as an entire building.

(Thanks to Horace LaBadie)


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Gene is right behind you, Dave. Don't drop your oosik.

Now guys. You're both equally important so stop this fighting. Dave, your entire building is larger than a grit screen, however I'm sure Gene's grit screen is very nice too. I personally don't want to visit either one of them but that's beside the point.

I guess that means that Gene is still number two.

(Very funny duelling columns. You guys crack me up. Heh.)

The very worst place in Blue Plains is not the Weingarten Grit Screening room. It's the federal government word screening room. Not only stinks to high heaven, it's too damn loud with all the verbal effluvium.

It is a measure of total strangeness that neither of these two honored gentlemen will concede victory to the other.

Which is more important, square footage of total volume processed? You decide.

Suggestion for Dave and Gene:

Next, have an outhouse race, that is: to see who can have the most permanent outhouses named after ya'll.

Just in keeping with the "sewage" theme...

I think Kansas City can donate one to you, Dave...

Humor is a serious business.

Dear Horace LaBadie, As much as I love Dave, I will have to say total volume processed.

It's not your (not you're) square footage that matters, it's how you use it.

Dave wins!

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