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Warrior
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:eek: !!!!!You be the judge!!!!! :eek:
Posts: 131 | Registered: Wednesday, June 22 2005 07:00
Off With Their Heads
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Some people get Canned for this, you know.

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Master
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One day he will be, Kel. All we need to do is wait...

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Undead Theories - double U slash E
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Master
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Especially considering he's been warned before. Multiple times. I'll bet he already has at least one black mark.

And here we are posting on this thread.

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-ben4808
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Agent
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Austrian Alex
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Originally written by RC:

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Incorect if you mant him it is

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Posts: 507 | Registered: Tuesday, March 1 2005 08:00
By Committee
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Profile #6
It pains me to drop this on a topic in such a wonderful forum as RWG has become, but it needs to be done:

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Verelor? Clue phone - it's for you.
Posts: 2242 | Registered: Saturday, April 10 2004 07:00
Master
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Originally written by RC:

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It's better practice to use the
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-ben4808
Posts: 3360 | Registered: Friday, June 25 2004 07:00
Master
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A picture of a lock? i was tolled the mango meant that it would be locked (PLEASE!!!!!!!! LOCK IT)

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Posts: 3029 | Registered: Saturday, June 18 2005 07:00
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We can do that too!

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Master
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Thanks. You made my day.

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Posts: 3029 | Registered: Saturday, June 18 2005 07:00
Shock Trooper
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Posts: 364 | Registered: Saturday, January 17 2004 08:00
Mongolian Barbeque
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Profile #12
That's a fantastic picture!

But it leaves the question of: What the flippin' heck is thread locker? Some arcane piece of sewing equipment?
Posts: 907 | Registered: Monday, July 15 2002 07:00
? Man, ? Amazing
Member # 5755
Profile #13
This little picture of the bolt and nut wasn't helpful enough?

It's this blue gunk which bonds the two pieces together, making it more difficult for it to shake free. Very useful in scope mounts, engine pieces, and other thingies that have to absorb a tremendous amount of shock.

*this message sponsored by the pneumatic air tool company*

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Originally written by Kelandon:

Well, I'm at least pretty sure that Salmon is losing.


Posts: 4114 | Registered: Monday, April 25 2005 07:00
Agent
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Evil Priest, here you come Verelor!

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Posts: 1287 | Registered: Thursday, August 14 2003 07:00
Mongolian Barbeque
Member # 1528
Profile #15
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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

This little picture of the bolt and nut wasn't helpful enough?
I've only come across the use of the word "thread" with regard to cloth and conversation topics.

Just in case you were wondering, I still have no idea what thread locker is...
Posts: 907 | Registered: Monday, July 15 2002 07:00
? Man, ? Amazing
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I was, of course, respecting your noggin' when I posted before. The threads are the spiral groove cut into the end of the bolt/screw that match the nut being used. So, that blue stuff creates a high-friction environment in the threads of the bolt and nut when they are put together. This link makes what I said seem legit, but it also makes it very confusing.

As a homeowner, I've become very familiar with bolts, lag screws, regular screws, plumbing, and anything else that has threads. The gf even has a sewing machine that uses even more threads. :P

Edit - forgot to vote. Downright SPAM!!! but now we seem to have a real discussion. Oops.

*this message sponsored by the 4.5" 3/8-32 carriage bolt*

[ Tuesday, August 02, 2005 16:40: Message edited by: Jumpin' Salmon ]

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quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

Well, I'm at least pretty sure that Salmon is losing.


Posts: 4114 | Registered: Monday, April 25 2005 07:00
Master
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quote:
Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

I was, of course, respecting your noggin' when I posted before. The threads are the spiral groove cut into the end of the bolt/screw that match the nut being used. So, that blue stuff creates a high-friction environment in the threads of the bolt and nut when they are put together. This link makes what I said seem legit, but it also makes it very confusing.

As a homeowner, I've become very familiar with bolts, lag screws, regular screws, plumbing, and anything else that has threads. The gf even has a sewing machine that uses even more threads. :P

Edit - forgot to vote. Downright SPAM!!! but now we seem to have a real discussion. Oops.
Now I hear of someoby with his own house. How old are you guys!

About the discussion, indeed. A discussion. but its as good as the discussion I had with Eagle, the author lost soul, about chickens, which means this discussion is both stupid and really unnesecarry, but also of a high intelectual grade. So please continue.

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Posts: 3029 | Registered: Saturday, June 18 2005 07:00
Infiltrator
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quote:
Originally written by Verelor:

Outright spam or intelligent stupid comment?
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:eek: !!!!!You be the judge!!!!! :eek:

Both. :D

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Posts: 576 | Registered: Wednesday, March 2 2005 08:00
Guardian
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Now I hear of someoby with his own house. How old are you guys!
Young Jumpin' is in his late thirties, I believe.

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Polaris
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Posts: 1828 | Registered: Saturday, January 11 2003 08:00
Electric Sheep One
Member # 3431
Profile #20
That's the funny thing about the internet. A sixty-year-old can post about how confused they are about life, and a nine-year old can answer confidently with world-weary cynicism. And as long as the nine-year-old can spell, and the sixty-year-old can click, people won't think about their ages. These particular forums seem to have quite a good range of ages.

Good spelling, and reasonable manners in general, are the internet analog of makeup or facial hair. They make you look a lot older. Regrettably, however, there is no good e-beer.

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Posts: 3335 | Registered: Thursday, September 4 2003 07:00
Agent
Member # 5814
Profile #21
The lack of e-beer is countered by the overabundance of prawn. Mmm, sweet sweet prawn.

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Originally written by Kelandon
Well, I'm at least pretty

Posts: 1115 | Registered: Sunday, May 15 2005 07:00
By Committee
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Prawns are good with cocktail sauce.
Posts: 2242 | Registered: Saturday, April 10 2004 07:00
Warrior
Member # 6002
Profile #23
You people perplex me. I'm threatened for posting nothing but now the topic is ok because people are posting nothing in a conversational way?

For some godforsaken reason, this forum thread would've probably started perfectly legit if I posted a pic of a llama or a ferret and then said a phrase in bold psuedo german (like this: GIU HUOTAG NOOP MEEPLERS!? ) It may take me a while yet to "get" the RWG forum, as it's bizarre rulings are dictated by a false diety that formerly programmed mediocre games that ascended beyond the mortal realm.

More than agreeably, what's spam here and what's an intelligent stupid comment teeters on a damn fine line.
Posts: 131 | Registered: Wednesday, June 22 2005 07:00
Shaper
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RWG is just a giant therapy session for those who refuse to accept that Misc is never coming back. Few can hope to understand their rantings...

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