Just to rant, the whole pissing in a bottle thing drives me crazy. I understand that you need to do it sometimes, but I work in a facility that has all sorts of sport camps in all summer long. The wrestling camp last summer and this summer consistantly left bottles of pee in our weight room and on the gym floor. Of course, there are 8 bathrooms in the building, but nobody could be bothered to use them. I understand that pissing sometimes is the only way to make weight in wrestling. Hell, I did it, until I decided to wrestle heavyweight. Sometimes it's the only thing that'll get you down to the correct weight class, but let's not leave bottles of piss around for Roy (or other people) to clean up, please?
End of rant.
Gravity is a contributing factor in nearly 73 percent of all accidents involving falling objects.
Oh, and that truck passing by is one of Schneider's. You can always tell by the orange color scheme (back home, we call 'em "pumpkins") and the barely-visible black asphalt ribbon paint scheme running from the front grille to under the cab windows.
Represent, Titletown USA! (Although we take no responsibility for the urine. If it was ours, it'd be green-and-gold. Ba-dum-bum!)
Star wipe, and...we're out. Thrillin' ain't easy.
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Yeah, what he said. We have two dogs and they were absolutely fine when we moved. Matter of fact, one of them who had been giving us some trouble with 'accidents' actually hasn't had one in our new house (going on 3+ years now).