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08-28-2008, 09:40 AM
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Boite ? Box ? Square heads ? It seems that this is an anglo plot to give you all similar haircuts of assimilation.
How could I be so naive ???

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08-28-2008, 09:42 AM
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OT: Searching for a exterior fireplace

Sorry for the translation, the wording in french is "foyer d'extérieur"...You know, something like this http://www.rona.ca/magasinez/foyers-...-ete_magasinez . I went to SEVERAL reno-depot's, rona's, pool stores, etc. and they have none left. I searched ebay and lespac but only found expansive ones (250 $ and more) or already sold ones...

I am willing to spend 80-125$ on a new one and depending on condition 40$-80$ on a used one. Does someone in mtl (southshore is possible) have a exterior fireplace to sell?

Thanks

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08-28-2008, 09:46 AM
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How could I be so naive ???
There's an old joke, something about a a Franco standing over an open manhole shouting,24,24,24, until an Anglo walked over to look down at what was going on. He was pushed in and then the guy started chanting, 25,25,25.

I like it because you can swap places depending on who's telling the joke.

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08-28-2008, 10:00 AM
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Bowl and scissors?

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08-28-2008, 10:05 AM
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There's an old joke, something about a a Franco standing over an open manhole shouting,24,24,24, until an Anglo walked over to look down at what was going on. He was pushed in and then the guy started chanting, 25,25,25.

I like it because you can swap places depending on who's telling the joke.
Nice ! I have to remember this one. That's basiclly an universal joke.

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The Habs players go somewhere on Masson.. I forgot the name but I dream of one day going there to get a Kovalev haircut made.

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Do all these places require that I call in advance? Or can I just show up and hope for a free chair?

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08-28-2008, 10:17 AM
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Do all these places require that I call in advance? Or can I just show up and hope for a free chair?
For La boite, the box, square head hypocrite place on Mont-Royal you can go and ask if they have something free but I would suggest you to call them.

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08-28-2008, 10:22 AM
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What are the prices like a la boite? If I asked them to put a stylish spin on a mohawk, think they could impress?

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What are the prices like a la boite? If I asked them to put a stylish spin on a mohawk, think they could impress?
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Souray used to go to La Pascha.. man he had great flow. Not as good as Kovalevs obviously, but still good.

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08-28-2008, 10:40 AM
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What are the prices like a la boite? If I asked them to put a stylish spin on a mohawk, think they could impress?
Yeah, they are really good. For myself a normal quasi-mohawk was between 40-50

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08-28-2008, 10:42 AM
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The short, Caesar Brad Pitt cut is the only one you need.

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I go to the one in Carrefour Laval (continental coiffure) and they've always done a good job on my faux hawk and stuff.

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Astaroth, you have any accessible pictures I could see of it?
I forgot that some people actually don't have facebook.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/34521202@N00/2806420174/
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At first I thought this thread was a little gay.. but.. I just came back from the barber and I feel like crying.

I have a barber who's real good but he talks a lot, and I really didn't feel like talking so I went to another barber instead.

So I enter the place and first thing the guy who's some 45 years old arab didn't even say hi.. he then goes to the bathroom.. does his thing and opens the door before he lift his pants.. that already was not very cool. So I told him I just wanted the same cut but shorter and cleaner.. my haircut is the most basic haircut in the world... some hair on top and a gradual trim on the sides... I pointed at a picture hanging on the wall to make sure he understood.

So basically he took the clipper and shaved my whole head leaving 2 inches of hair on my forehead... he then took a soap bar and straightend my hair up in the air and cut a little off.. the whole way I told him I think we misunderstood eachother.. and we was saying '' trust me you're going to LOOOVE your haricut'' and '' it looks strange right now, but you'll see how good it will look at the end''.

When he was finnished he asked me how I felt about it, and I just said '' look, it's ok..'' he then took the picture off the wall and brught it saying '' look at this and tell me the difference'' .. payed the 15$ and walked away...

So right now I have a shaved head with a 2 inch toupet... I look like a russian crackhead/bum/punk...

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08-28-2008, 02:22 PM
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Sorry for the translation, the wording in french is "foyer d'extérieur"...You know, something like this http://www.rona.ca/magasinez/foyers-...-ete_magasinez . I went to SEVERAL reno-depot's, rona's, pool stores, etc. and they have none left. I searched ebay and lespac but only found expansive ones (250 $ and more) or already sold ones...

I am willing to spend 80-125$ on a new one and depending on condition 40$-80$ on a used one. Does someone in mtl (southshore is possible) have a exterior fireplace to sell?

Thanks
i seen a cheaper($30used) one sometime ago here. it might still be forsale amd maybe even cheaper now who knows .

http://montreal.en.craigslist.ca/for/758079461.html

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these ot threads are getting more retarded by the day

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wouldn't an exterior fireplace be a bonfire?

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My suggestion would be to wait until spring when stores actually stock summer items like that.

I have to wonder how many resources I would have to exhaust before I'd post on a hockey board about where to buy a chiminea (that's the word the OP was looking for).

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08-28-2008, 02:55 PM
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Sorry for the translation, the wording in french is "foyer d'extérieur"...You know, something like this http://www.rona.ca/magasinez/foyers-...-ete_magasinez . I went to SEVERAL reno-depot's, rona's, pool stores, etc. and they have none left. I searched ebay and lespac but only found expansive ones (250 $ and more) or already sold ones...

I am willing to spend 80-125$ on a new one and depending on condition 40$-80$ on a used one. Does someone in mtl (southshore is possible) have a exterior fireplace to sell?

Thanks

would you take a steel airtight wood stove ?people give these away real cheap ... sometimes if you will go pick them up they give them to you for free...i see a few right now available cheap

Would make a real nice outdoor fireplace and you dont have to worry about sparks and stuff....if you wanted to cook hotdogs and stuff just open the door

http://www.fireplacework.com/images/...ood-stove1.jpg


http://www.ujr.ca/EN/2876000xlt.jpg


all you need to do is just stick 3 or 4 feet of pipe straight up and cap it just like in this picture....
http://71.18.59.243/images/ThelinBlackPatio.jpg

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08-28-2008, 03:00 PM
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And then you go next door and have a cheeseburger at la corvette,burgers are amazing there
now your talkin!

Im going tommorow to get my hair cut...
Ill probably go to Corvette now that you mentioned it.

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