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    Oops. Diction and spelling all in one. Me...

    Oops. Diction and spelling all in one. Me thinks the lady doth protesteth too much.
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    I can work under a well-set up microscope all day...

    I can work under a well-set up microscope all day long, but that thing would explode my head within an hour!
  3. Ouch - harsh. Granted I need my walker to get to...

    Ouch - harsh. Granted I need my walker to get to the parking lot at work to ride home. On the plus side it induces some leniency when the cops pull me over for going 90 on the Taconic parkway.
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    Well, but he's 'much smarter' than me. So he has...

    Well, but he's 'much smarter' than me. So he has *that* going for him.
  5. And *I* always wondered: what does Hammertone...

    And *I* always wondered: what does Hammertone paint sound like?
  6. Right but we were discussing *real*...

    Right but we were discussing *real* motorcycles.... most of those HD's needed a chase car to pick up all the
    hadware that would fall off during the ride - the stuff not properly torqued.
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    Red Wing is the only boot I can find with a B...

    Red Wing is the only boot I can find with a B width. Also I've got pairs that have been re-soled three and four times.
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    And you think the doctors and researchers are...

    And you think the doctors and researchers are being *paid* that much. You really can't be *that* dumb.
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    You're just making this up as you go along,...

    You're just making this up as you go along, right? 1) they're not being paid BEEELYUNS of dollars (carl sagan...) and 2) astymtomatic tranmission is neither difficult nor impossible.
  10. Far as I can tell nobody's actually scribed a...

    Far as I can tell nobody's actually scribed a layout line on a blued part, and then measured it under a microscope.

    So basically an entire thread about how many angels can dance on the head of a...
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    [QUOTE=jscpm;3751745] Well, at least Jim Rozen...

    [QUOTE=jscpm;3751745]
    Well, at least Jim Rozen is trying to use his powers of reason. /

    If by using powers of reason, you mean I pointed out you were wrong, then yes.
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    Science matters. She was an asymptomatic carrier,...

    Science matters. She was an asymptomatic carrier, you have the exact same thing with covid. Even some vaccinated individuals with
    non-responsive antibodies can be infected, are asymptomatic and...
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    Jesus: Damnit guys, I sent you 4 different kinds...

    Jesus: Damnit guys, I sent you 4 different kinds of vaccines and and a boatload of masks and you STILL get it wrong.

    (two boats and a hellicopter....)
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    "decisions are determined by the collective...

    "decisions are determined by the collective desires of the oligarch class..."

    Translation: epidemiologists. (bet they're all glad to have been promoted from grunts to the landed elite!)
  16. Better than what? Only time I've ever seen...

    Better than what?

    Only time I've ever seen folks strip out fasteners is when a) they use the armstrong method, and b) they assiduously avoid torque wrenches!
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    Let me guess, you've been living under a rock for...

    Let me guess, you've been living under a rock for the past 20 years, right?
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    Anyone else notice the inherent contradiction...

    Anyone else notice the inherent contradiction between the two paragraphs above?

    P1: Immunity cannot persist against a virus.

    P2: Body can recognize virus and knows how to respond.

    Can't...
  19. Uh oh. when will I start to need helicoils -...

    Uh oh. when will I start to need helicoils - been using dreaded torque wench for 20 years now -when will it go bad?

    http://www.mwdropbox.com/RCM-gallery/files/Rozen,Jim/Bmw.jpg
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    Carbon and Nitrogen togeher, *what* could go...

    Carbon and Nitrogen togeher, *what* could go wrong?? Or, say, Hydrogen and Sulfur. All you 'science' types just tring to scare us into believing something's dangerous.

    FAKE NEWS!!
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    Good call going to MSKCC, top flight folks. You...

    Good call going to MSKCC, top flight folks. You missed seeing my mom there (oncology nurse) by a dozen years or so. You would have gotten along.

    Stay strong and be well.

    Jim
  22. It's a fan motor - probably has no seals.

    It's a fan motor - probably has no seals.
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    Typhoid Mary never existed. Thanks for clearing...

    Typhoid Mary never existed. Thanks for clearing that up for us.
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    [QUOTE=Straightedge;3750643]I'm not so sure it's...

    [QUOTE=Straightedge;3750643]I'm not so sure it's a logical error as much as a decision to capitalize on the fat wheelbarrows of hot government cash that were rolling into the hospital accounts...
  25. Subtext here is, he's using capacitor starting? ...

    Subtext here is, he's using capacitor starting? If so, he may need to upsize the contactor for that, a tad larger. I personally
    would go with 1 inch diameter contacts for that....
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