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[S2E12] Now I'm Really Alone



Penny is cuddling with Howard who is telling her about every girl he had a crush on including Marcy Grossman who had the hottest overbite, once the braces came off. In a talent show he sang a song to her, "My Girl" using her name in the lyrics. Afterwards, she approached him and spit in his hair. Penny stops him and wonders if he tries too hard. She tells him that she thinks he is smart, funny, and has a cool job. Penny admits that underneath all his swagger, that he really is a nice guy. Howard asks her if she really thinks that and Penny confirms it. Then, Howard tries to kiss her and Penny punches him in the nose.




[S2E12] Now I'm Really Alone



Then down and reset the base on a solid hunk of 2x12 or such..repeat. Add the walk board ( whatever width) and start pumping one side at a time ( DUH, I'm alone) and there ya are. IF you left the ladder close enough you can leave walk board UP and descend the ladder, then reset it more safely to the walk board from the ground.


As far as buying them for incidental use - I'd have to question the economics of that. Plus you need to store them somewhere... You could probably find a good deal on some used ones if you really wanted.


what I would really like is a safe gaurdrail that could clamp on to a werner pic that was clamped on ladder jacks. quick and efficient--- I don't need the up and down versatility that siders dostephen


Walter- i am just a young pup at 46- but in 20 plus years I have never been in a situation doing this where pump jacks were necissary. I am not saying I haven't had a few where they wouldn't have been helpfull--------- but never necissary.in the spring of 2007 I had hoped to me almost all the way out of roofing by now--- but a hail storm in june 2007 put the kabash on THAT dream. My sons are largely grown-the youngest is largely self supporting-- the oldest has another year of college--but at this point my need to EARN is greatly reduced---- i have been kind of semi-retired since July2,2008 what i have learned from that is---Retirement is boring-really frustratingly boring. Physically I can still lead from the roof( if I work smart)---- so what I am planning to do this spring is hire a youngster---grossly over pay him( LOL) and teach him to do things my way--- possibly a few years from now I can step back a bit--in the meantime roofing will generate some $$$$ that my wife and I want to fund a couple scholarships with. I work in a confined neighborhood so basically I am roofing variations of the same 5-6 types of houses-- the aluma pole hasn't been needed yet. we will do one side the house today---- the other side tommorrow, porches and garage the next day and then we are outa there-like that. Every thing set up and taken down each day so ladder jacks and a pic are immensley flexible for this. Btw-- not to jinx myself- but I may be doing a new roof in slate this year. for the purposes of conversation we will call it a new carriage house and if we do it I think it will be a fun photo thread for breaktimeStephen


We probably won't be doing any shingling for a long time. Everybody's fighting over the few jobs there are. I'm letting 'em go rather than drop prices. We've shed most of the laborers necessary for shingling and are concentrating on fancier work. We've got a couple of good size half round gutter jobs, a 70 or so sq cu standing seam job, some small box gutter and porch jobs, and about $50K worth of flashing related stuff on one job. I've got about 10-15 good size chimney caps to fab, and I just sold about $9K worth of stuff off my website today (the cherry is popped). I think we're gonna be doing diamond copper shingles on a large mcmansion turret and I've bid about 25 other jobs this month, so some of them will happen. So, to answer your question, we're good 'til warm weather and it's the type of work we like. But, I'm having to chase my money. People are paying really slow. View Image


Nura: What I do on a daily basis is that I manage a team of five amazing instructors who are really excellent in their specialised expertise. Collectively together we actually empower women from all walks of life towards holistic healing through different holistic classes that happen on a day to day basis. We are basically a safe sanctuary for women to actually consider their emotional, mind, spiritual, and physical growth towards the holistic classes.


Nura: Definitely, I wouldn't want my prenatal and postnatal mothers miss out on the benefits of essential oils because I think, once you hold a title of mother you need a lot of emotional support. And it comes from these essential oils where we take care of your self-love and understanding what your body really needs by releasing all those negativity and tensions inside the body.


Nura: I look at the Yoga Movement as one of my businesses inspirations. And that actually inspired me with this code that I hold on to daily. "If you want to go fast, you go alone, but if you want to go far, you go together as a team."


Huda: In that sense, I guess in a way you are seeing that the reason for moving and rebranding as a point in your business regardless of where you are listening or in your stage in your business: You chose to rebrand only if it impacts more life or it really changes the whole mission of what you are doing.


Huda: Okay. That's nice. Okay. So I think we've pretty much summarised everything that we needed to and we already discussed a lot of things with you, Nura. Thank you so much for being here and I think it's really inspirational and insightful to have your perspective into the business.


ROSE: It's all right. It's holding! JACKIE: You even look like him? ROSE: How do you mean? I suppose I do, yeah. JACKIE: You've changed so much. ROSE: For the better. JACKIE: I suppose. ROSE: Mum, I used to work in a shop. JACKIE: I've worked in shops. What's wrong with that? ROSE: No, I didn't mean that. JACKIE: I know what you meant. What happens when I'm gone? ROSE: Don't talk like that. JACKIE: No, but really. When I'm dead and buried, you won't have anyreason to come back home. What happens then? ROSE: I don't know. JACKIE: Do you think you'll ever settle down? ROSE: The Doctor never will, so I can't. I'll just keep on travelling. JACKIE: And you'll keep on changing. And in forty years time, fifty,there'll be this woman, this strange woman, walking through themarketplace on some planet a billion miles from Earth. But she's notRose Tyler. Not anymore. She's not even human. DOCTOR [OC]: Here we go! ROSE: The scanner's working. It says delta one six.


DOCTOR: I like that. Allons-y. I should say allonsy more often. Allons-y. Watch out, Rose Tyler. Allons-y. And then, itwould be really brilliant if I met someone called Alonso, because thenI could say, Allons-y, Alonso, every time. You're staring at me. ROSE: My mum's still on board. JACKIE: If we end up on Mars, I'm going to kill you. (The Tardis materialises in Torchwood Loading Bay 2, and is immediatelysurrounded by armed troops. The Doctor watches them on the scanner.) DOCTOR: Oh well there goes the advantage of surprise. Still, cuts tothe chase. Stay in here, look after Jackie. ROSE: I'm not looking after my mum. DOCTOR: Well, you brought her. JACKIE: I was kidnapped! ROSE: Doctor, they've got guns. DOCTOR: And I haven't. Which makes me the better person, don't youthink? They can shoot me dead, but the moral high ground is mine.


(The Doctor steps outside and raises his arms.Yvonne runs in on her high heels.) YVONNE: Oh! Oh, how marvellous. Oh, very good. Superb. Happy day. (She starts clapping and the soldiers join in. The Doctor lowers hisarms.) DOCTOR: Er, thanks. Nice to meet you. I'm the Doctor. YVONNE: Oh, I should say. Hurray! DOCTOR: You, you've heard of me, then? YVONNE: Well of course we have. And I have to say, if it wasn't foryou, none of us would be here. The Doctor and the Tardis. (More applause.) DOCTOR: And you are? YVONNE: Oh, plenty of time for that. But according to the records,you're not one for travelling alone. The Doctor and his companion.That's a pattern, isn't it, right? There's no point hiding anything.Not from us. So where is she? DOCTOR: Yes. Sorry. Good point. She's just a bit shy, that's all. (The Doctor reaches in through the slightly open door and grabs thefirst person he can.) DOCTOR: But here she is, Rose Tyler. (Oh no it isn't.) DOCTOR: Hmm. She's not the best I've ever had. Bit too blonde. Not toosteady on her pins. A lot of that. (Yakkety yak.) DOCTOR: And just last week, she stared into the heart of the TimeVortex and aged fifty seven years. But she'll do. JACKIE: I'm forty. DOCTOR: Deluded. Bless. I'll have to trade her in. Do you need anyone?She's very good at tea. Well, I say very good, I mean not bad. Well, Isay not bad. Anyway, lead on. Allons-y. But not too fast. Her ankle'sgoing. JACKIE: (sotto) I'll show you where my ankle's going.


(Rose sneaks out of the Tardis, which has been putnext to a very large and brightly decorated mummy case. She grabs awhite coat from a bench and walks out. Yvonne points the Doctor at the blank wall at the far end of the Leverroom.) YVONNE: The sphere came through here. A hole in the world. Not activeat the moment,but when we fire particle engines at that exact spot, the breech opensup. DOCTOR: How did you even find it? YVONNE: We were getting warning signs for years. A radar black spot. Sowe built this place, Torchwood Tower. The breech was six hundred footabove sea level. It was on the only way to reach it. DOCTOR: You built a skyscraper just to reach a spatial disturbance? Howmuch money have you got? YVONNE: Enough. (Jackie is looking out of a window.) JACKIE: Hold on a minute. We're in Canary Wharf. Must be. Thisbuilding, it's Canary Wharf. YVONNE: Well, that is the public name for it. But to those in the know,it's Torchwood. DOCTOR: So, you find the breach, probe it, the sphere comes through sixhundred feet above London, bam. It leaves a hole in the fabric ofreality. And that hole, you think, oh, shall we leave it alone? Shallwe back off? Shall we play it safe? Nah, you think let's make itbigger! YVONNE: It's a massive source of energy. If we can harness that power,we need never depend on the Middle East again. Britain will becometruly independent. Look, you can see for yourself. Next Ghost Shift'sin two minutes. 041b061a72


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