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    Not exactly. There is a line of carved stones...

    Not exactly. There is a line of carved stones around Japan with warning statements, "Do not ever build anything important below this marker line." It's from the 1600's.

    Fukushima was at a lower...
  2. On a more individual level, purposely screwing up...

    On a more individual level, purposely screwing up the post office because jeff bezos dissed him is infuriating. Fuck that asshole. Then selling off Tongass for a quick buck, bend him over the barrel...
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    I was kinda hoping you were closer to Goldfield...

    I was kinda hoping you were closer to Goldfield :) That's a really big building ....
  4. 90% chance it's carburized 8620.

    90% chance it's carburized 8620.
  5. Ah, I thought you'd have McIntosh, Marantz,...

    Ah, I thought you'd have McIntosh, Marantz, Zenith, RCA stuff then. And Etalon :D
  6. You got something against American products ?

    You got something against American products ?
  7. Lapping was generally for noise reasons, when all...

    Lapping was generally for noise reasons, when all cars were rear drive. There is a lot of trouble with heat treat, which was the underlying reason for that. Ring gears especially go wonky, that's why...
  8. Au contraire, monsewer .... over the past several...

    Au contraire, monsewer .... over the past several days he has managed to shred much of what the government has accidentally done that was decent over the past twenty years, e.g. Tongass National...
  9. And spread around by the mouthpiece of the Falun...

    And spread around by the mouthpiece of the Falun Dafa Child-Frying Association ... but Tucker Carlson has proof !

    Or, he had the proof, but his dog ate it :(

    I'm really starting to appreciate...
  10. Mom lived in Anchorage for fifty years .......

    Mom lived in Anchorage for fifty years .... noticed a young brown under the neighbor's porch. Called animal control, they gave him a nice little sleepytime shot, put him in a cage and took him up to...
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    For milling, depending on your parts, I would not...

    For milling, depending on your parts, I would not be afraid to look at horizontals. They tend to be less popular because people are used to verticals, so prices can be lower and they are very...
  12. It doesn't have to be instantaneous, the world...

    It doesn't have to be instantaneous, the world will not end if the cops wait three minutes. Since people with actual guts can handle 800 lb furious brown bears, elephants in must, tigers, mountain...
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    Not much helpful to add but, nice Landis ! 1R ?

    Not much helpful to add but, nice Landis ! 1R ?
  14. TRANC HIM ! Why is this so hard for you people...

    TRANC HIM !

    Why is this so hard for you people to figure out ? If it works on a farging 800 lb bear, it'll damn well work on a guy on pcp, I don't care if it's Mike Tyson. And it's BEEN TESTED AND...
  15. The sales pitch is to do spiral bevels this way,...

    The sales pitch is to do spiral bevels this way, the geometry of the teeth in five axis .... I don't even want to think about it. A ball end mill is bad enough !
  16. DMG does this at shows, 4 axis is enough....

    DMG does this at shows, 4 axis is enough. Sometimes 3. In fact it's kinda the new (ten years or so anyhow) thing for big parts, it's way slower than a big generator but much more versatile.

    But...
  17. Since animal control frequently manages to deal...

    Since animal control frequently manages to deal with bulls, wild boars, mountain lions, and even bears without generally killing them, maybe the fucking worthless cops ought to be able to deal with a...
  18. Yes. You can cut bevels at any angle you want....

    Yes. You can cut bevels at any angle you want. And no one in their right mind would make gears with face widths like that. This guy mostly needs a big jar of KY jelly for his hand.
  19. I think extrudehones use two cylinders, one on...

    I think extrudehones use two cylinders, one on each side, then push-pull push-pull push-pull the paste. If there's no resistance it doesn't deburr very hard.

    If you have enough parts to do, seems...
  20. When somebody's bull gets loose on the road, they...

    When somebody's bull gets loose on the road, they put more effort into getting him back safe into the field. And a bull is a lot more dangerous.
  21. Know anyone with an Extrudehone ? If not,...

    Know anyone with an Extrudehone ?

    If not, maybe you could make a feeble one without too much trouble.
  22. Most larger body shops have used colorimeters for...

    Most larger body shops have used colorimeters for years to match paint to what's presently on the car, not what it was painted as in 1937. That's another option.
  23. Before q&t, you mean ? Or after ? Often (usually...

    Before q&t, you mean ? Or after ? Often (usually ? always with 8620 or 9310) they will stress relieve after quench otherwise you get cracking.

    I would have some doubts about stress relief after...
  24. It doesn't work with liars and cult members but...

    It doesn't work with liars and cult members but for people with a functioning brain cell, you can tell them the facts. Texas alone ....
  25. Who was it that said, "There will be peace on...

    Who was it that said, "There will be peace on earth when the last lawyer is strangled in the entrails of the last priest" ?
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