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Old 12-15-2011, 08:41 AM   #21
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You've been told to keep that religious crap to yourself.
What religious crap?
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:41 AM   #22
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How do you know you were not their
He's stating a fact. It is impossible to cut two pieces of wire exactly the same length
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What religious crap?
That BS you just posted
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with God all things are possible,

Find a religious forum to preach. Not here please.
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That BS you just posted
I just countered the BS you posted. Ivan do all things through God who strengthens me. That is not a religion it is a belief. Religion is about practices. .
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Find a religious forum to preach. Not here please.
Shut your pie hole if I want your opinion I will beat it out of you
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:59 AM   #27
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I just countered the BS you posted. Ivan do all things through God who strengthens me. That is not a religion it is a belief. Religion is about practices. .
Unlike you and your fairy tales, I posted a FACT
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Unlike you and your fairy tales, I posted a FACT
Your post was no more factual than mine both were based on our belief. You do not know 100% if it is possible to cut wires within a .001 tollerance. It has a possibility.
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How do you know you were not their
Because I am reely smatz
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Because I am reely smatz
Your so smart we should call you Alec
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Your post was no more factual than mine both were based on our belief. You do not know 100% if it is possible to cut wires within a .001 tollerance. It has a possibility.
It might be possible to cut down to the thousandth of an in, but decimals go alot further than that. It is definately impossible to cut both wires exactly the same. That's a fact
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Shut your pie hole if I want your opinion I will beat it out of you
With that big ass gut, the only thing you beat up on is apple pie
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With that big ass gut, the only thing you beat up on is apple pie
Lol!
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Shut your pie hole if I want your opinion I will beat it out of you

Sorry I was at work and I couldn't respond to your nonsense. Do you work?
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Sorry I was at work and I couldn't respond to your nonsense. Do you work?
Probably twice as much as your sorry ass and I can multi task too.
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Probably twice as much as your sorry ass and I can multi task too.
You deserve nothing but coal in you stocking.

Just a miserable SOB every day.
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Just curious has anybody been hit up or seen anybody hit up for that one?

A guy I worked with had a write up for it.

But, in the inspectors defense, there was quite a difference in length.
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You deserve nothing but coal in you stocking.

Just a miserable SOB every day.
Where is that pot and kettle pic B4t likes to post.
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I tried, I really did, but I could not resist:


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500 through flex isn't fun at all... That being said the setup they had with a 90 degree connector flex was only a foot long and it was so tight that it seems to me it won't flex very much...
Bet it wasn't! I've seen parallel pulls that were a PITA even with long-sweep 90s! Can't say that I've ever had the pleasure of even an ATTEMPT at a flex 90!


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