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Old 12-05-2011, 04:40 PM   #1681
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Ok, so we may have visited other threads that we may have thought were "fun loving" like we are here, guess not. One reason I left another forum was that they were exclusive (i.e. you ain't got what I got so you ain't welcome). Most of us are on this thread because we like the banter, some other Thread titles looked similar thus we visit, sorry if we offended some others who feel the threads they participate on are their own domain. I'm sure going to look closely at where the thread is, if it is another "class" or "make" thread, then I will stay away assuming I am not welcome.

I love this thread and the folks on it...so, Guys lets get at Killing this thread!!!!!!
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How about an "Almost Anything Goes" thread in the "Just Conversation" section? Nothing against the rules, just things going on in our lives.
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Ok, so we may have visited other threads that we may have thought were "fun loving" like we are here, guess not. One reason I left another forum was that they were exclusive (i.e. you ain't got what I got so you ain't welcome). Most of us are on this thread because we like the banter, some other Thread titles looked similar thus we visit, sorry if we offended some others who feel the threads they participate on are their own domain. I'm sure going to look closely at where the thread is, if it is another "class" or "make" thread, then I will stay away assuming I am not welcome.

I love this thread and the folks on it...so, Guys lets get at Killing this thread!!!!!!
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I've had that feeling too....let's keep this going



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This is kind of an anything goes thread! Some of us have bent the rules and the mods keep us honest as should be. Most of us enjoy poking a little fun at each other as long as it doesn't get nasty what can it hurt.
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Old 12-05-2011, 09:04 PM   #1685
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This is kind of an anything goes thread! Some of us have bent the rules and the mods keep us honest as should be. Most of us enjoy poking a little fun at each other as long as it doesn't get nasty what can it hurt.

Now that is slick, just not Slickest.....
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In the 1970s, when business and government was struggling with the transition from hand written ledgers to computerized data entry and reporting, the 80 column punch card ruled. It could be read by a machine at a far faster rate than humans could possibly duplicate. Before long, public utilities and private businesses were sending cards out to customers so they could add relevant written data and return the cards to the sender for processing. Mutilated cards jammed in the mechanical reader, so it was common to see a warning printed on the cards: Do not bend, fold, staple, spindle or mutilate.

Just kill this thread.
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In the 1970s, when business and government was struggling with the transition from hand written ledgers to computerized data entry and reporting, the 80 column punch card ruled. It could be read by a machine at a far faster rate than humans could possibly duplicate. Before long, public utilities and private businesses were sending cards out to customers so they could add relevant written data and return the cards to the sender for processing. Mutilated cards jammed in the mechanical reader, so it was common to see a warning printed on the cards: Do not bend, fold, staple, spindle or mutilate.

Just kill this thread.
Wow.. and I thought I was the king of unrelaed associations...
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Aww, you're just jealous you didn't think of it first!
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Just getting the "LAST WORD" for the night.
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I may not be the last, and I may not be able to give you a user name that will kill this thread, but I'll say that I can tell you that it will be a moderator or administrator, especially if I start talking politics, religion, sex, or start bashing ya'll. (hee hee!)
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I may not be the last, and I may not be able to give you a user name that will kill this thread, but I'll say that I can tell you that it will be a moderator or administrator, especially if I start talking politics, religion, sex, or start bashing ya'll. (hee hee!)

This thread is now its own religion, a political movement and a bashing forum all that is left is the "sex" part.
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