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  1. #1
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    How much trouble...

    ...do I get in for poking the bear when somebody's gone off the deep end? I have this totally excellent post written up for a reply to a member who's gone bananas on a few of us, but I'd hate to cause the mods additional pain and suffering or bring down some sort of hammer on myself. It's meant to and will cause a laugh, contains no foul language, but will probably rile things up a bit more before the lock. Not that anybody's going to help the guy with the attitude he's copped, but you know.

    Let me know before my power goes out and I lose a whole hours' worth of satire!
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Copy it and paste to a draft e-mail. Can always reclaim it. Anticipation..............
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Sounds fun. I'd like to read it.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    You have my blessing.

    I have no idea who it's aimed at but they probably deserve it.

    ...zap!


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    Re: How much trouble...

    Sorry, had to step away from the keyboard for an hour or two. Got back and it just touches my heart how y'all want to see my little piece of writing, so I just hit the "Submit post" button for it.
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Wow ! Too funny.
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by tbone550 View Post
    Sorry, had to step away from the keyboard for an hour or two. Got back and it just touches my heart how y'all want to see my little piece of writing, so I just hit the "Submit post" button for it.
    Now you have to cough up the link.

    OR ELSE.

    ...zap!


    I am not completely insane..
    Some parts are missing

    Professional Driver on a closed course....
    Do not attempt.

    Just because I'm a dumbass don't mean that you can be too.
    So DON'T try any of this **** l do at home.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by zapster View Post
    Now you have to cough up the link.

    OR ELSE.

    ...zap!

    My vote goes for this thread.

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...elding-schools

    It's the one shown he posted up last after post #1 of this thread. I'll have to wade thru all the BS after dinner...
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by DSW View Post
    My vote goes for this thread.

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...elding-schools

    It's the one shown he posted up last after post #1 of this thread. I'll have to wade thru all the BS after dinner...
    Yeah me too.

    But he didn't need to ask permission for that.
    I found not one thing out of line with any of it.

    ...zap!


    I am not completely insane..
    Some parts are missing

    Professional Driver on a closed course....
    Do not attempt.

    Just because I'm a dumbass don't mean that you can be too.
    So DON'T try any of this **** l do at home.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    I thought it was a great post.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Was anybody else wondering if Tbone was going to smash them too? I was thinking gee I wonder what I did now.......

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    Re: How much trouble...

    O.K. as a newbie on posting, I just wanted to say, That's funny.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Oh yeah, sorry y'all I left again to go get some supper. Just got back. Yep, I'm sure you've linked to the right one. I just didn't want to get myself in trouble for riling people up unnecessarily.

    I will agree with smokin dodge on one thing, and that is that we do have some real windbags on this forum right now. Gee, I sure would like to call some of them out but whee!!!! I just can't bring myself to name names And then again I'm sure from smokin dodge's perspective I'm just as bad. It's all good. My guess is he was hitting the bottle a little before he started goin' off. When it wears off he'll probably feel a little sheepish about the whole thing.

    Oh yeah, nearly forgot my signature.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Yep there a some windbags here, just like everywhere. All you have to do is skip over there post's. Certainly not worth getting all worked up over. Even the windbags have good information from time to time.

    Mike

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by zapster View Post
    You have my blessing.

    I have no idea who it's aimed at but they probably deserve it.

    ...zap!
    Beat me to it

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Well, off to bed.

    I FINALLY HAVE A JOB TO GO TO!!

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Well, off to bed.

    I FINALLY HAVE A JOB TO GO TO!!
    Dang it son. What is this word "job" that you speak of? I'm going crazy waiting on parts for one of my jobs which is why I've had the time recently to mess around on here. I swear if my parts don't come in tomorrow I'm going to devolve into a little pile of Hershey's almonds bars and Dr. Peppers.
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by tbone550 View Post
    Dang it son. What is this word "job" that you speak of? I'm going crazy waiting on parts for one of my jobs which is why I've had the time recently to mess around on here. I swear if my parts don't come in tomorrow I'm going to devolve into a little pile of Hershey's almonds bars and Dr. Peppers.
    Yeah, I'm sort of unfamiliar with that word too. It's been so long since I had a real one, I almost forgot what it was

    It's not a permenant thing at the moment, but hopefully it will be somethings steady at least thru winter. I'm working with a guy who does a lot of high end art and furniture. Pay is good and not too far away from home (37 mi)

    I'll take it.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Well, off to bed.

    I FINALLY HAVE A JOB TO GO TO!!
    Dang. I am just getting ready to retire from the day job thing and was going to hit you up for advice.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Yeah, I'm sort of unfamiliar with that word too. It's been so long since I had a real one, I almost forgot what it was

    It's not a permenant thing at the moment, but hopefully it will be somethings steady at least thru winter. I'm working with a guy who does a lot of high end art and furniture. Pay is good and not too far away from home (37 mi)

    I'll take it.
    Congats Steve.
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    Re: How much trouble...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Well, off to bed.

    I FINALLY HAVE A JOB TO GO TO!!
    JOB ?????? Wouldn't you rather have a '' POSITION '' ??? Congrats , I guess.

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    Re: How much trouble...

    Maybe that depends on which position you get your job in?
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