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  1. I know you repugs aren't the brightest, but I...

    I know you repugs aren't the brightest, but I didn't think you were this dumb. Did you forget what you wrote one post before? Are you claiming you're a model of even-handedness?

    Jebus, how do...
  2. It's fine, brain-dead repugs would never make it...

    It's fine, brain-dead repugs would never make it past initial screening.
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    Sending an email. Edit - payment sent.

    Sending an email.

    Edit - payment sent.
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    Sent you a pm.

    Sent you a pm.
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    A further update will be welcome if you find the...

    A further update will be welcome if you find the right company.
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    $6K for a pulse coder? Ouch! Any chance a...

    $6K for a pulse coder? Ouch!

    Any chance a company like this might help (recently linked in another thread):

    Oracle Encoder Service LLC the highest quality CNC manufacturing encoder feedback...
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    Name and (un)shame, please. Always looking for...

    Name and (un)shame, please. Always looking for good resources...
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    Good luck, hopefully you've got beancounters who...

    Good luck, hopefully you've got beancounters who who understand the payback.
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    It's the shock increase in insurance premiums...

    It's the shock increase in insurance premiums over the last two days due to the Chemtool fire.

    [I think I'm joking, but maybe not :D]
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    Going for it, or deferring?

    Going for it, or deferring?
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    Well, it's a six-year bump, I hope the OP got his...

    Well, it's a six-year bump, I hope the OP got his lathe working satisfactorily.

    But my main takeaway was reading JRIowa's posts and feeling sad again for his passing. The mention of chemo was...
  12. Reported to Don's email.

    Reported to Don's email.
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    I don't know if anyone posted this vid yet, but...

    I don't know if anyone posted this vid yet, but it's got some dramatic aerial footage:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaY4amTL-qY
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    It doesn't matter at this moment, just as it...

    It doesn't matter at this moment, just as it didn't matter during the MONTHS trump and his lackeys ignored, then belittled, then harmed the virus response early on.

    How many times did he dismiss...
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    Saws can work well, as long as you use a quality...

    Saws can work well, as long as you use a quality saw, a concentric and stiff arbor, and use a machine that's solid, with a good mate to the arbor. Proper chip loads, speed, and coolant flushing are...
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    I also found this sudden veritas of Stewart from...

    I also found this sudden veritas of Stewart from the Rag-tag Right to be amusing. I'm all for this latest development, as long as they take all his (legitimate!) trump hit points too.
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    Your lies do not stand equal to truth. Your...

    Your lies do not stand equal to truth.

    Your fantasies of oppression make your (ab)use of Frederick Douglass even more despicable.

    And your adherence to the drivel of the pillow fantasist, the...
  18. OP mentions a "rifle barrel" finish, making it...

    OP mentions a "rifle barrel" finish, making it pretty clear it's the bore he cares about. And I agree with those that say boring head, if he's got any BH at hand he could kludge a cutter that...
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    That's fine. I'll still despise traitors. ...

    That's fine.

    I'll still despise traitors. It's quite refreshing, in its own way.
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    I'm odd that way. Sedition, insurrection, lies,...

    I'm odd that way. Sedition, insurrection, lies, traitorous leadership, deaths of hundreds of thousands of my fellow citizens, corruption of the Justice Department of the government (FU, Barr!), they...
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    Jon. Stewart. Jon Stewart. I can only imagine...

    Jon. Stewart. Jon Stewart.

    I can only imagine you butchered BOTH names due to his being so attuned to reality that if you tried saying his actual name you'd burst into flames, ala Dracula exposed...
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    You've taken full advantage of the right to be...

    You've taken full advantage of the right to be ignorant. The right to follow a tyrant is also one you've happily enjoyed.

    The right to dismiss a pandemic because you don't like being...
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    Bit rich coming from the "four post in a row"...

    Bit rich coming from the "four post in a row" keyboard vomiter.
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    Biden at his worst is still leagues better than...

    Biden at his worst is still leagues better than djt at his "best". At least he's not intrinsically corrupt, as the tie-wearing orangutan is...
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    Did we say the same in 1933? Limy, we're...

    Did we say the same in 1933?

    Limy, we're dealing with people who actively tried to overthrow the legitimate election of a US President. Who supported a known liar, a corrupt "leader" who worked...
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