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  1. It is not about

    Gruntly:

    It is not about a need to kill, it never was.

    When I was younger, the first kill, wheather a pheasant, rabbit, or deer was always exciting until you picked it up and started to gut it....
  2. Detroit and than some.

    Gruntly:

    First off, I think you mean .50 caliber. Fifty millimeter fired from the shoulder would not feel good.

    I think we should give Detroit back to the British and let some of their unarmed...
  3. Just admit you don't want to do it yourself.

    Titleless:

    I keep a 5A-15BC commercial refillable fire extinguisher in my bedoroom and a 1A-10BC in my car. My bath robe gun is a Titan .25 caliber with CORBON ammunition with a .38 caliber...
  4. Aw Shucks, I thought I was being easy on the Bambi syndrome types.

    Swampfox:

    I am deeply sorry for any offense the swamp water comment caused to upset you. It's just that Lusker would kill the whole thread if I wrote what I really wanted to say.

    So you see,...
  5. On one of the other threads, one of our esteemed...

    On one of the other threads, one of our esteemed (Steamed!?) members let off a shot about pictures of downed hunted animals.

    I have no qualms or direspect for those that oppose hunting or killing...
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    Sit on it and let the water flow

    James3528:

    Install one of those butt squirting toilet seat bidets.

    Run the water supply line from the valve through one of those cooling coils used in refrigerated water fountains before the...
  7. A long time ago.

    Every dog I have ever had sleeps outside after about the first six months of life.

    I have built solid, heavily insulated, off the ground dog houses that surpass the one I live in. Winter and...
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    Originally posted by Diceman Studies have show...

    Originally posted by Diceman
    Studies have show that taller, good looking people are more successful...........

    If you are small and ugly, just get a couple of tatoos, a big mean looking sheath...
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    DeltaT: Copper.net Netzero PeoplePC I...

    DeltaT:

    Copper.net

    Netzero

    PeoplePC

    I currently use a local ISP provider called Milwaukee PC. You can find them at milwpc.com.
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    A long time ago.

    2story:

    Unless you have a rodent problem that the cats take care of, feed the cats to the dogs and buy a couple of dogs as pets. Dogs appreciate their owners more.

    Even if you have a rodent...
  11. A long time ago.

    The computer I am currently using is the 4th one I have built myself with chosen mother boards, processors, memory, and other cards as necessary.

    The first one I put together required dip switch...
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    Unplugging the power supply is way too obvious. ...

    Unplugging the power supply is way too obvious.

    I like the bit about all of you speeding at once.

    Have you ever considered meeting in one place for lunch and switching GPS systems or taking a...
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    A long time ago.

    It occurs to me that if you cover the GPS with copper grounded to the vehicles body, you should disrupt the signal.

    Using the earphone output of a portable radio with the leads wires soldered to a...
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    Harrison: Tell me about the Dodge Sprinter. ...

    Harrison:

    Tell me about the Dodge Sprinter.

    I am considering buying one for personal use but wonder about handling, acceleration, milage, passenger climate control, and parts cost.

    Has your...
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    I am so sick of pencil thin women, with...

    I am so sick of pencil thin women, with concentration camp bodies, with more General Electric silicone on their bodies than my entire house has that I have taken to watching Latin television...
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    Being of Italian birthright, I used to be a...

    Being of Italian birthright, I used to be a gigolo for rich older women.

    They used to pay ridiculous amounts of money for my young horny body and shower me with clothes, rings, watches, gold...
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    Stech: If your bonus is part of the structured...

    Stech:

    If your bonus is part of the structured pay plan that you were promised as a condition of employment, it is illegal in the State of Wisconsin for an employer to dock the worker for an...
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    Bleeding hearts don't always understand and bigots don't care about others.

    Given our recent history, I believe the shooting was justified.

    Those of you that don't fire handguns regularly may not realize how hard it is to hit a small target like a hand or kneecap in a...
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    You wouldn't pass the mental exam.

    John (Chicago):

    Based on your emotional postings, I wouldn't trust you to be a hall monitor in a chimpanzee compound.

    This comes from a man who earned his monikor during younger days hunting...
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    Tlchvac: First; plenty of BAKING SODA covering...

    Tlchvac:

    First; plenty of BAKING SODA covering the whole carpet completely.

    Rub it in with a rotary carpet brushes and let it stay on the carpet for about 1 hour.

    The baking soda will pick...
  21. What a sheety censoring program they have!

    Did you all see that?

    I wrote the word pssaed, and it censored part of the word.

    Considering some of the crap I have seen posted on some of their HVAC forums without so much as a sniffle, they...
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    Doglips: Well, you know the old saying, "Still...

    Doglips:

    Well, you know the old saying, "Still waters run deep".

    The guys that are a constant pain in the butt are always monitered more closely as a general rule. They also take out their...
  23. Hearthman: I'm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin;...

    Hearthman:

    I'm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; overtaxed, corruption ridden and about to finally get a concealed carry weapons law passed.

    I don't know what the availability of corn or pellets is in...
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    Brinise: If your unit does not have a blower...

    Brinise:

    If your unit does not have a blower assist to push warm air from around the stove, put a regular fan blowing on it to help the warm air to flow outward.

    If your unit does not have an...
  25. Jtp10181: Whereabouts are you? Collin: ...

    Jtp10181:

    Whereabouts are you?

    Collin:

    Where is "around here", exactly?

    Bountyhunter
  26. One of the posters on IVillages Garden Web site,...

    One of the posters on IVillages Garden Web site, "Heating and Air Conditioning" forum posted that in his part of Pennsylvania, you can't get any wood pellets.

    Corn, however, is still available.
    ...
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    Hvacmd2002: I am an American. Considering...

    Hvacmd2002:

    I am an American.

    Considering you have such a strong family history of good assertive people and you are from a country whose peoples in general have fought harder and suffered more...
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    Sirjames: You are correct, nobody knows what...

    Sirjames:

    You are correct, nobody knows what they would do until they are actually there. I may very well have been too afraid to act, but in my heart of hearts I believe I would have at least...
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    Hvacmd2002: Walter Mitty?, bomb?, gee YOU...

    Hvacmd2002:

    Walter Mitty?, bomb?, gee YOU forgot what YOU started this post with. We were talking about scissors, knives, and box cutters.

    I can't believe you are still trying to pedal this...
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    Hvacmd2002: Four gunmen, yeah I would have...

    Hvacmd2002:

    Four gunmen, yeah I would have kept my mouth shut and obeyed.

    Four knife wielders, no, I would not have stood for it as I well remember the young Navy man who was tortured and...
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    Hvacmd2002: The biggest things they were armed...

    Hvacmd2002:

    The biggest things they were armed with is the ignorance of the honest passagers as to how easy it would have been for the majority to overwhelm 4 hijackers with box cutters or even...
  32. Collin: Actually, the book provided...

    Collin:

    Actually, the book provided computations that are still valid today, but the real world truth was garnered from the Garden Web site dealing with tractors.

    One of the guys posted an off...
  33. It's all political spin!

    Collin:

    Gee, that's real simple!

    All you have to do now is get a taxpayer funded heating conversion that has all the high tech control systems and on sight engineers.

    Have the home owner...
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    Got hit with a very ugly reality check. I...

    Got hit with a very ugly reality check.

    I found my Aston Martin matchbox car which was made by Corgin toys in England. It is a silver 1979 copy of an Aston Martin DB6 and the drivers position in...
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    Hey Rscamaro: Guess what I have in a matchbox...

    Hey Rscamaro:

    Guess what I have in a matchbox car.

    An Aston Martin DB5 with the ejector seat and the little guy that gets ejected thru the roof with the pivoting roof panel.

    It also has a...
  36. Hearthman: Didn't mean to be over the top, but...

    Hearthman:

    Didn't mean to be over the top, but I run into so many self righteous politically correct people that I tend to come back strong.

    My parents lived in Europe during World War II and...
  37. Hearthman: Not nice to troll. How many...

    Hearthman:

    Not nice to troll.

    How many funeral directors running creamatoriums are you willing to say that to.

    Painting yourself as superior sometimes backfires as not all of us want to be...
  38. Hearthman: Regarding Rumsford fireplaces as a...

    Hearthman:

    Regarding Rumsford fireplaces as a reasonable alternative to other fireplace types, I strongly disagree.

    If you want a masonary backup system, a Russian style fireplace is much more...
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    I have a Winchester Model 62A .22 caliber pump...

    I have a Winchester Model 62A .22 caliber pump action rifle. Those of you old enough to remember shooting galleries that traveled with almost every state fair know these were known as "Gallery...
  40. In one of my many forays to my local Goodwill...

    In one of my many forays to my local Goodwill store, I picked up a twenty five cent (Was $1.00, but they were having a shelf clearance sale.) book that has saved me hundreds, if not thousands of...
  41. Pbrousseau: What so many people fail to...

    Pbrousseau:

    What so many people fail to realize is that in addition to heat from combustion going up the chimney whether by fireplace or stove is the cold air sucked in from the outside to support...
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    Nicolo175: Jtp10181 gave you a sincere honest...

    Nicolo175:

    Jtp10181 gave you a sincere honest opinion.

    You don't pay anyone for the help they give whether they answer your question or give you an opinion. That being the case, you have...
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    Wood preferred prejudice?

    Lawsonjt:

    With your family history in wood framing and roof building, you may have built in prejudices on prefab construction techniques that use concrete and steel.

    There is an old saying that...
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    Lawsonjt: If I had the financial wherewithall...

    Lawsonjt:

    If I had the financial wherewithall to build a house today, I would have it designed by a Spancrete supplier.

    The exterior walls and the basement walls would be precast at the factory...
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    Model of 1911A1 US Caliber .45 auto. I have a...

    Model of 1911A1 US Caliber .45 auto.

    I have a government model Springfield from back when they got the frames from Brazil and finish fitted the pistol in the US. Nowadays, they come fitted and...
  46. Wideawake: How many vans does your company...

    Wideawake:

    How many vans does your company run.

    It makes sense to have them all laid out the same if you have a lot of vans. That way you can find everything easier if you have to use another...
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    hvacguy1075: I think it got sent to Disneyland...

    hvacguy1075:

    I think it got sent to Disneyland because I attacked (By name) 2 guys that called me a troll and unprofessional.

    Don't know for sure as management never told us.

    Bountyhunter
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    Best little power tool I have is a Skil Model...

    Best little power tool I have is a Skil Model 2305, triple reduction, 120 rpm, 250 inch lbs of torque battery operated screwdriver.

    This unit was tested by Consumers Reports a long time ago when...
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    Site improvements

    What are the new site improvements?


    Cat owners seem to be the worst question askers.

    Bountyhunter


    [Edited by Lusker on 11-20-2005 at 10:11 PM]
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    I've still have about 21 lbs. of virgin capillary...

    I've still have about 21 lbs. of virgin capillary quality R12 left and the last time I sold any, I put it into an old cars AC and charged the guy $30.00 a lb or any portion thereof.

    I got $60.00...
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