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    Disclaimer : I don't like the man. But let's be...

    Disclaimer : I don't like the man. But let's be fair. By this time in their tenures, all three of the presidents preceding him had several wars on their resume. If anything, he has been more...
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    It was pretty obvious he meant "as opposed to...

    It was pretty obvious he meant "as opposed to some dork from Denmark on the Internet who feels compelled to mouth off about things he does not understand."

    But that probably went over your head.
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    I don't think so .... they didn't really make...

    I don't think so .... they didn't really make that many bikes back in the old days. You could look it up but I doubt they made even 100,000 shovels. Volumes were not that large back then.


    Ha !...
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    I find the Chinese stock markets more honest....

    I find the Chinese stock markets more honest. It's a bunch of old ladies gossipping and gambling, like playing bingo. They know it's a con.

    The assholes are the pompous bastards in the press...
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    A while back the New New Thing was the Chinese...

    A while back the New New Thing was the Chinese stock market and all these emerging tiger economy companies. There were dozens of "market analysts" touting new stocks.

    An acquaintance of mine was...
  6. Did you miss the part (usually it's a single...

    Did you miss the part (usually it's a single mention, about 4/5 of the way through the article) that the Iranian tanker seizures were a reprisal for the Brits seizing an Iranian tanker ?

    If we...
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    Youse got one mighty SUV there, bunky ! do they...

    Youse got one mighty SUV there, bunky ! do they let you drive it on the street with steel tracks ? :D

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  8. I don't know what they were thinking .... it...

    I don't know what they were thinking .... it would have been a lot easier if it was metric :(
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    Me and the Spridget stick to the back streets,...

    Me and the Spridget stick to the back streets, Kato ! Where your bagger won't fit between the trees ... :D
  10. If I absolutely had to, I'd probably try roughing...

    If I absolutely had to, I'd probably try roughing it with a Hougen rotabroach or similar, then finish with a face groover.

    It'd still be awful but maybe less awful ?
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    That's why I don't crash into SUV's :D

    That's why I don't crash into SUV's :D
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    That, for me, is the problem with calling it a...

    That, for me, is the problem with calling it a sports car. Even the E-type was too heavy and long to really be a sports car - and it weighed 2500 lbs.

    A sports car should be nimble. If you insist...
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    Kind of funny ... the most reliable (in 25 years...

    Kind of funny ... the most reliable (in 25 years I don't think they messed up on me even once) heat treater in the Bay area recently sold all his equipment. He was talking about renting the building...
  14. It's because they don't "find ways". They buy...

    It's because they don't "find ways". They buy these so-called loopholes (better known as exemptions) which the rest of us cannot afford. If they were loopholes, they would be closed in the next...
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    Well jeeze, it's midengine, stoopid. What do you...

    Well jeeze, it's midengine, stoopid. What do you expect ? Never drove an MR2 ? And talk about a retarded marketspeak explanation .... even Kevin Cameron does better.

    The Ford GT was a tiny bit...
  16. Even a double handful is kinda bragging ... :D

    Even a double handful is kinda bragging ... :D
  17. Adobe liked to put them in application-specific...

    Adobe liked to put them in application-specific subdirectories. As I remember, Corel did that also but the last Corel product that ran in unix was version 3.5, so it's been a while :)

    But either...
  18. No, the lions and tigers were better. And the...

    No, the lions and tigers were better. And the girls in the flashy skintight suits on the trapeze. And the elephants crapping all over. Even the clown car ...

    The circus was great :(


    Actually,...
  19. Which version of Windows ? In the past you'd just...

    Which version of Windows ? In the past you'd just drag and drop the font file into the font directory, in XP and win2k there was even an "add fonts" tool in the control panel.

    A quick search for...
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    Do you remember the wafer cutters ? I think...

    Do you remember the wafer cutters ? I think Pfauter-Maag ? They were a thin carbide shaper cutter that screwed onto a heat-treated steel backup plate (also with teeth, the backup support extended out...
  21. We disagree sometimes, Mcgyver, but your heart's...

    We disagree sometimes, Mcgyver, but your heart's in the right place. ^ This is absolutely 250% correct ...
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    He's not angry. It's just a kinda dumb discussion...

    He's not angry. It's just a kinda dumb discussion in a place that is supposed to be about machining, not collecting. One or two "Is this really a Kurt ? Seems flaky to me ..." questions would have...
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    .026" case ? Are you sure they aren't...

    .026" case ? Are you sure they aren't carbo-nitrided ? It's very seldom to see nitride that deep. In fact most places can't give you more than a few thou. I only know of one place that says they can...
  24. For fun, a little more academic approach to the...

    For fun, a little more academic approach to the problems with the consumer price index ...

    http://www.annuityagentsalliance.com/Drip/OpenMic/OpenMicNotes-092916.pdf

    Or this, which is a little...
  25. C'mon, what's wrong with orange crates ? Or...

    C'mon, what's wrong with orange crates ? Or haydite blocks and 2x4's ? :D

    I don't get it with the nattering nabobs of negativism ... if you need some shelves for the garage, are you going to buy...
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