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Pigeon holes, pigeons didn't live in them though. They kept mail and papers in there.

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Posted by Snarg 2/7/2005 12:28 AM | remove
  The pigeons kept mail and papers in the holes?
Posted by gambino 2/7/2005 3:29 AM | remove
  Yes ofcourse, what did you think? The steel workers used them? That's just silly.
Posted by Snarg 2/7/2005 4:34 AM | remove
  So if the pigeons kept mail and papers in the pigeon holes, where did the steel workers keep the pigeons?
Posted by gambino 2/7/2005 5:40 AM | remove
  The question would be, where did the pigeons keep the steel workers. The answer would be: either working, or locked up in the cage room.
Posted by Snarg 2/7/2005 5:59 AM | remove
  I have got to say, you have some of the best gallery comments I have ever read. Thank you :)
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 2/9/2005 11:23 PM | remove
  is that where the envelopes of bukkake are stored?
Posted by Guy With Hat 3/27/2005 5:36 AM | remove
  And what an appropriate time for things to slide back down into the gutter down here in the comments section.
Posted by playincard 4/7/2005 10:41 PM | remove
  I agree with Snarg. Keep up the great commentary/descriptions, gamby.
Posted by Maintenance 6/5/2013 1:53 AM | remove
  All the detail drawings for every fabrication job on the go was put in those holes so you could find them again before computer days ( shit it's sooooooo easy now never use a paper drawing now its even in 3D lol
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