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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-04-2005, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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humm.. i see a red X?

possibly my shitty computer

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Can't see anything.

However my guess is it's the picture of Loupot's bookstore with plywood nailed to the INSIDE of the windows.... Or it's the guy at Texas Tech ringing the bell....

I get both of those a lot. And yes, they are both hilarious.
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Can't see anything.

However my guess is it's the picture of Loupot's bookstore with plywood nailed to the INSIDE of the windows.... Or it's the guy at Texas Tech ringing the bell....

I get both of those a lot. And yes, they are both hilarious.

it's loupot's bookstore actually...

click link

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freaking newbies, man there slow, ha ha ha
 
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it's loupot's bookstore actually...

click link
linkey no workey .....

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broken.

but anyway I think it's a photoshop. however, i wouldn't put it past them to have actually done it. there are some stupid ass people in this town.
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that's not necessarily a bad idea IMO... i mean ya do the plywood not just to protect the glass.

It was prolly much easier to really secure the plywood on the inside, than to the concrete walls on the outside.
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that's not necessarily a bad idea IMO... i mean ya do the plywood not just to protect the glass.

It was prolly much easier to really secure the plywood on the inside, than to the concrete walls on the outside.
But what would be the purpose of it then?

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But what would be the purpose of it then?
so it doesn't shatter all over the store.
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But what would be the purpose of it then?
ya know, there are things more valuable inside of stores than freakin glass
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And Plywood will protect those things how?

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And Plywood will protect those things how?
again, so it doesn't shatter everywhere. it's a bitch to clean up. i mean, plywood wont' protect the glass from shattering, but it will help confine it.
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And Plywood will protect those things how?
Is this a trick question, or are you serious?

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And Plywood will protect those things how?
there are things called debris that if not stopped can cause damage to objects located inside of a building. There is also rain, that causes damage. get the picture?
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The point of plywood is to act as storm shutters to protect the glass, which by the way is already pretty strong... but never mind I guess if you want to protect the inside from clean up instead of protecting both the glass and the inside be my guest. All the people the have storm shutters really have it wrong, lets start a campaign.

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The point of plywood is to act as storm shutters to protect the glass, which by the way is already pretty strong... but never mind I guess if you want to protect the inside from clean up instead of protecting both the glass and the inside be my guest. All the people the have storm shutters really have it wrong, lets start a campaign.
apples to oranges... shutters are properly secured. have ya looked at that pic? There is no good way to attach the plywood securely. And i'd say it makes sense to risk loosing the windows, if by doin it inside ya can have better moutning of the ply wood. not to mention there can be shit stacked up against it to give it more strength.
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There is no good way to attach the plywood securely.
http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/shutters/index2.html

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Ok maybe one more because this dude is hilarious


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http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/shutters/index2.html

Dude have you ever lived in a hurricaine prone place? Ok... last reply!
yeah, my dad and grandparents live in Florida. Maybe these will help ya show why it's not the same thing

notice the difference? or do i have to spell it out
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Darn it, why do you keep on suckering me into this thread... you would never attache it to that, but you can plywood that wholed thing a lot easier from the outside that from the inside... how do you think is attached inside, suporting beams?

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Darn it, why do you keep on suckering me into this thread... you would never attache it to that, but you can plywood that wholed thing a lot easier from the outside that from the inside... how do you think is attached inside, suporting beams?
Let's see, ya could screw the plywood to the studs in the drywall (which it prolly has) followed by putting a big nice heavy furniture behind it
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