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    DO NOT POST MANUALS WANTED here. Just like the topic above this one says
    DO NOT POST WANTED MANUALS

    What this means to you:

    DO NOT POST MANUALS WANTED HERE
    (It will just get deleted)

    IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A MANUAL
    Do not post here.
    Go to the General Forum and try it,
    you will have better luck.
    More exposure to your request will
    generate more leads for your request.

    WHAT HAPPENS IF YOUR REQUEST IS DELETED
    You certainly will NOT get a manual,
    and you will have to post your request in
    the General Forum anyway. Oh, and don't be
    mad if your post was deleted since it was
    clearly stated
    DO NOT POST WANTED MANUALS HERE

    When you need help, politeness will usually work AND
    These are good people and will likely help you.

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    Dirt, you are The Man !

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    HaHa
    BossDon, I could not resist the temptation, I freely admit. It just seemed SO much easier and constructive to direct a minor amount of energy toward problem resolution than enduring the "why this and not that" stuff. It is amusing but distracting from my primary objective, which is to draw on the pertinent knowledge of others with more experience and engineering expertise; the brain trusts of machining and manufacturing as we know it.
    (I hope I don't regret saying that)

    As you've stated before concerning topics:
    It's all about solving problems
    Now I might be wrong, BUT it seems to me
    (1) Your forum
    (2) Your rules
    (3) The boss is always right
    (4) If the boss is wrong, see #3 above

    (but I can't put a sticky on it)
    Dobber

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    I think he must have tried to put it in "General" instead of "General New", and freaked when it didn't work. Might help (in a small way) if the first post was edited to say "General New" instead of "General", though it didn't seem that complicated to me...

    Scott

    PS I *demand* that you create a forum for left handed hobby machinists, you ego tripping b*****d!

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    So Dirtbobber, I go to the "General Forum" like you say to in your posting, and there Mr Milacron says in his rules that it is for Manufacturing. Not the home machinist. I will make you all happy and stop asking stupid questions in the presence of such great minds.
    Thank You.

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