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Old 07-17-2014, 09:40 AM   #51
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My wife knows everything, so I ask her when I loose something. She clicks in her radar and the next day the item appears. (one item reappeared with what looked like a new price tag on it )
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Old 07-17-2014, 04:21 PM   #52
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My wife thinks that if she doesn't use it and I haven't used it for a while that it needs to be thrown away. Then when I need it and start looking for it, she says, "Oh, I threw that away".

Now where did I lose my hair?
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Old 07-17-2014, 04:31 PM   #53
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My wife thinks that if she doesn't use it and I haven't used it for a while that it needs to be thrown away. Then when I need it and start looking for it, she says, "Oh, I threw that away".

Now where did I lose my hair?
That sounds similar to around my shop. I'll write down numbers, prices, etc on the first thing handy..... which may be an envelope, magazine cover, or Sonic cup. I am also bad about using my Palm Pilot..........which consists entirely of the palm of my hand.

My office girl will come clean up, and throw all my important stuff away........not realizing the method to my madness. She's better than she used to be, and will now usually look over everything.
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Old 07-17-2014, 11:33 PM   #54
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Another thought is to pick the lock. I am not a locksmith nor am I a thief, but locks are pretty simple pieces of equipment with a few moving parts. One doesn't need high dollar lock picks either. A little knowledge (and maybe some youtube time) you will learn that locks not that hard to pick. Granted I did sit in on a lock pick course when I was in the Navy, so I have that going for me. I did make use of that lesson in follow on commands, I would run around at night locking peoples desks. They were the standard run of the mill military desks from post WW2 that no one had keys for. Yes we always played jokes and pulled pranks. LOL
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Old 07-19-2014, 03:01 PM   #55
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My wife knows everything, so I ask her when I loose something. She clicks in her radar and the next day the item appears. (one item reappeared with what looked like a new price tag on it )
My wife thinks she knows everything and is always telling me to remember where I put things. I gave her a set of keys hoping that if I should lose mine that she would have hers. So much for that idea...
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