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Old 10-05-2011, 06:32 AM   #533
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No, no- you misunderstood!
Didn't you read my Declaration of Victory?

I have Triumphed over My Arch Enemy ONLY!

I forget how, but it must be true-
Aren't you reading all about it on THE INTERNET?

Everybody else should of course carry on...and on...and on...as usual!

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Who you callin' a "Fat Lady, Bub?

You have a long way to go if you think I am going to fly the white flag!!
Better start walking.....


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Old 10-05-2011, 09:30 AM   #534
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Gotta link?
No. It was back in 2004-2005 and most of that stuff has been archived there now. It was a fun one

In fact several of the Wal-Mart threads in that time frame where lively. There was one person who managed a CG was was very opposed to staying at Wal-Mart overnight. She would join every Wal-Mart thread and a bunch of us would bait her, trying to see who could be the last person to do so before the thread was locked. I won a couple of those but was, by far, not the big thread killer winner on that subject.
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Old 10-05-2011, 09:43 AM   #535
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No, no- you misunderstood!
Didn't you read my Declaration of Victory?

I have Triumphed over My Arch Enemy ONLY!

I forget how, but it must be true-
Aren't you reading all about it on THE INTERNET?

Everybody else should of course carry on...and on...and on...as usual!

Francesca

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Who you callin' a "Fat Lady, Bub?
No personal insult intended. You cannot possibly take umbrage at this reference since your pseudo-name isn't Brunnhilde.
It ain't over till the fat lady sings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Again, I must question your "victory". It appears that your arch nemesis is still alive, well, and posting. A victory must vanquish the foe. Pfft!
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Old 10-05-2011, 10:37 AM   #536
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No personal insult intended. You cannot possibly take umbrage at this reference since your pseudo-name isn't Brunnhilde.
It ain't over till the fat lady sings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Again, I must question your "victory". It appears that your arch nemesis is still alive, well, and posting. A victory must vanquish the foe. Pfft!

I see a smakdown comin'
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Old 10-05-2011, 12:59 PM   #539
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TIME OUT!

We pause now to consider this contribution by our esteemed colleague, Mr. Dunner of The Phoenix Dunners:

POST # 584, THIS THREAD:

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The MSD Ignition(Multi Spark Discharge) that we use in our race cars fires three time in rapid succession at low RPM. As long as you use just one hand to remove spark plug wires to check for a mis-firing cylinder, you won't get zapped. I somehow got grounded to the vehicle and with a knee-jerk reaction, I yanked my arm away from the mega-voltage pulses that were shooting through my body. In doing so, my funny bone hit a frame member adding to the pain. Along the way, my fore-arm contacted a piece of the body and caused blood to exit said fore-arm.

They're not kidding when they say MSD. It was only micro seconds, but I could feel every pulse. My full body felt like it was hit with a sledge hammer and it took hours to recover. There were no body functions as I think everything shut down. I gained new respect for MSD that day. And I wasn't even my vehicle with the mis-fire.
What can this mean?
Mr. Dunner has inserted a sober, well-reasoned post with mysterious references to a subject actually worthy of discussion!

Is this a New, Diabolical Weapon designed to stun us into silence?

I think I can say without fear of contradiction that if any one of us wished to participate in a "useful" or "helpful" discussion, we wouldn't be posting here.

I greatly fear the slippery slope we may be on the brink of...

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I point to the fact that there's not a single emoticon in this post.

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Thats because, as funny as some might think it is, its really not.. As proof I know I offer the following:

I am a Navy vet. Part of my duties in the Navy was repairing Radars. One of those was a Surface Search Radar called the SPS-67 and it was tucked away in a small, air conditioned, room at the top of the 'island' known as Radar 2. Now, along with the SPS-67 there was several other peices of gear including another Radar that was water cooled, a distribution panel, and some syncro/servo cabinets. Needless to say, this made for some seriously cramped conditions. Well, one day I'm working on the Radar and the sycro's. These are across from each other about 3 feet apart. I had both cabinet doors open. While I was 'tweaking' (adjusting) a potentiometer on the Radar, I took a 30,000 volt smack right to the chops. Now, those that havent had this happen, know that its like the biggest mule you ever saw had kicked you square in the, um.. face. Of course I flew backwards... right into the servo's. Now these are only 220v, but it was still like the mules owner had hit me with a bat... Right back into the Radar... When I finally quit playing ping-pong, I picked my [Moderator Edit] er face, up off the floor and tried to head back down, but my feet and arms weren't having it and I fell down the ladder to the Signalman's Bridge nearly missing a very surprised Chief...
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Thats because, as funny as some might think it is, its really not.. As proof I know I offer the following:

I am a Navy vet. Part of my duties in the Navy was repairing Radars. One of those was a Surface Search Radar called the SPS-67 and it was tucked away in a small, air conditioned, room at the top of the 'island' known as Radar 2. Now, along with the SPS-67 there was several other peices of gear including another Radar that was water cooled, a distribution panel, and some syncro/servo cabinets. Needless to say, this made for some seriously cramped conditions. Well, one day I'm working on the Radar and the sycro's. These are across from each other about 3 feet apart. I had both cabinet doors open. While I was 'tweaking' (adjusting) a potentiometer on the Radar, I took a 30,000 volt smack right to the chops. Now, those that havent had this happen, know that its like the biggest mule you ever saw had kicked you square in the, um.. face. Of course I flew backwards... right into the servo's. Now these are only 220v, but it was still like the mules owner had hit me with a bat... Right back into the Radar... When I finally quit playing ping-pong, I picked my [Moderator Edit] er face, up off the floor and tried to head back down, but my feet and arms weren't having it and I fell down the ladder to the Signalman's Bridge nearly missing a very surprised Chief...
LOL! (Too tired to find an emoticon so don't get on my case!) I know it wasn't funny when it happened (I've been knocked on my backside more than once so I know) but the way you told the story was a stitch!
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That's shocking, yeah I know thats baaadddd.
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What not to do when around an Electric Fence - YouTube

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Where did the electric fence post go? Was the language too much for some to handle?

When I worked for the phone company, they had telegraph lines that used +130 and –130 volts. When wiring them up on the main frame, if you touched the +130 volt terminal, yanked you hand away, you hit the back side of the –130 volt terminal. Ping-Pong. ow, ow, ow, ow....
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Exclamation

This is getting way serious, do we need some discipline?
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I got edited!!


Ya... where IS that Electric Fence post??
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