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    Quote Originally Posted by jackal View Post
    ( I'm sure he is still reading this thread, talking to his cat about how he is so much better than everyone else. He has delusional psychosis. An inflated self-worth, with grandiose thoughts of himself.)
    Cat's deal with that with the serious expertise born of long practice, and a bit of a don't-really-give-two-shits attitude.

    All should be well until he starts reflexively keyboarding another wrathful post.. on the cat's belly.

    Fly on the wall moment...

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    This thread has been rejected, too close to the edge of the tolerance

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    Quote Originally Posted by SND View Post
    This thread has been rejected, too close to the edge of the tolerance
    Ah? Telling us Whitworth was easier to take because the "bottoms" and "tops" were both... "well rounded"?

    That's screwy...

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    #40 jackal
    "talking to his cat about"

    Indeed, I suspect I (or Monarchist) will soon be walking across what appears to be a structurally sound bridge when Felis Catus Blancus is dumped on the floor while a switch is remotely operated and an expansion joint is jettisoned leaving the foaming white water below visible. Also visible is the river bank, upon which stands a standard Scandinavian folklore character foaming at the mouth and muttering imprecations and threats in GaeloDanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManicMetalBasher View Post
    #40 jackal
    "talking to his cat about"

    Indeed, I suspect I (or Monarchist) will soon be walking across what appears to be a structurally sound bridge when Felis Catus Blancus is dumped on the floor while a switch is remotely operated and an expansion joint is jettisoned leaving the foaming white water below visible. Also visible is the river bank, upon which stands a standard Scandinavian folklore character foaming at the mouth and muttering imprecations and threats in GaeloDanish.
    GaleoDansk?

    Wasn't sure if the Beowulf character was really a 'Geet', or just hailed from Blackpool or Wolverhampton, meself...

    I did think that a computer-visual of a shape-shifting Angelina Jolie with spike heels actually growing out of her body was one of her best-ever roles, actually....

    In retrospect, we may have been given a flashback as to why Danmark has preserved Bestiality Brothels into modern times.

    Just plunk down the Kroner, close your eyes. Imagine you are sooo dominant as to actually be shagging a Dragon, rather than a ewe or sow, is it?

    Perhaps I've grown a tad too jaded?


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    I think some of you will get a real kick outa this. Do not come to the netherlands, try denmark

    Do not come to Holland - Zondag met Lubach (S3) - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by SND View Post
    I think some of you will get a real kick outa this. Do not come to the netherlands, try denmark

    Do not come to Holland - Zondag met Lubach (S3) - YouTube
    ROFL! Thats has to rank right up there with the two gay Judges who tried each other!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarchist View Post
    ROFL! Thats has to rank right up there with the two gay Judges who tried each other!
    Were they by any chance Gerald Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzgerald?

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    So I want to make a 1 off part from 420 stainless with a 2 7/8-16 UN 2B thread. Print says Pitch dia. is 2.8344"-2.8417" If I cut a quick plug gauge on the toolroom lathe and I make the pitch dia. 2.8344" how much larger can I expect the internal thread P.D. to be before the gauge will actually fit?


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