Arthur writes: So my window on the back of my house was falling out. Most people would have it replaced, however, I'm not most people. The first photo was one roll of duct tape, but that wasn't good enough, so I gave it the full two roll treatment as seen in the second photo. Heavy duty and energy efficient to boot.
Several years ago, I was watching your show on TV and started to laugh very hard. Then I started to cough. Well you can't breathe when you're coughing and laughing, so I fainted. Well the docs had to check me out completely and they found I had cancer.
Thank you for saving my life.
I'm reporting in from the Ottawa valley. I popped in to pick up some pizza a couple of weeks ago in Renfrew on my way from Ottawa to the girlfriends deep in the valley and noticed someone had rigged up a broken window in thier Alero with some duct tape. Thought it was hilarious and would be perfect for the photo gallery.
And it really works too. I stopped in again on my way to visit the girlfriend on Friday and the duct tape was still holding up well. She's from Hardwood Lake and they love using duct tape up there so I am sure I'll be sending some more pictures by the end of the summer.
Loving the monthly meetings BTW!
Marshall Blosser sent us this and advised us to lawyer up. We did this on the show years ago.
Researchers in South Korea have reportedly developed a method of harvesting electricity from the natural motion of water, ranging from drops of rain cascading down a window to a flushing toilet. The technology may eventually be used on surfaces outside of homes alongside solar and wind power-generating components.
Turns out that our beloved possum shares the male "Y" chromed rhizome. Bet Red already knew this. Look at the article on the Register at:
All men are part of a PURE GENETIC ELITE, says geno-science bloke
Hey there Mr. Green.....thought you might like a copy of this photo.
I will post where it came from in the comments. (FB won't let me do both at the same time.)
And remember, we're pullin for you!
I was walking though my neighborhood the other day and saw this. I think he is a fan.
Missy Chaffins Alley
I think a little duct tape and we fix it!!
Thought of your show when I saw this thing. Doesnt look like they used enough duct tape to hold it together! I think it may be a "Possum RV"
My 11-year-old checked this book out from the school library. The project on the left is a shoe and the one on the top is a wallet. Thought you would be proud.
I think Red has a friend at Russia Bank that fixed their security gate
I think you'd be proud. I made my own indestructible Oculus rift with duct tape and a Nokia.
The engraver I run at work. The quill kept slipping and ruining my work. Could not get a new micrometer stop for two weeks. Wrapped a strip of duct tape around the quill. Works great! Thanks, Red!
The Red Green way to hang a mirror.
Category II - Things That Didn't Go Well
This just happened and I have to type fast because my wife will be home soon and I have a lot of cleaning to get done in short order. No man should ever attempt cooking with vegetable, olive, or any other kind of oil inside the house without having been professionally trained first. In hindsight I didn't know that you had to plan for expansion of the hot oil in the pan when you add breaded shrimp. What I gained from this experience was the fact that we take fresh air for granted and the knowledge that an unplanned campfire on the stove is an alternative to those little 8 hour energy drinks. On the upside I no longer need to buy a laxative and the stove top is now sterilized...which I will be when the wife gets home. Now if you'll excuse me, I have around an hour to see if a shopvac will pick up vegetable oil. Please keep me in your prayers...the sad thing is I'm not joking....John
Charles Hanson's son applie the Lodge attitude to cleaning his driveway. Proving once again that you can make things more fun and more interesting but not better.