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Old 12-19-2004, 12:20 AM
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Hunter you should be sent to sea to chase sea bat's. :wtf:
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Old 12-19-2004, 03:31 AM
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Talking Be vewy vewy quiet

I'm hunting the ewusive snipe, for it's oil. ROFL
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Old 12-20-2004, 12:25 PM
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I'm going to get me some unobtainum coated exhaust valves.
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Old 01-13-2005, 01:26 AM
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Talking Mobile 1 synthetic Hare oil is great

What grade do you use???
Gray bunny?
Black bunny?
Brown bunny?
White bunny?
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Old 01-13-2005, 05:07 AM
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Does anyone know where I can find this device to suck lumens away from certain areas of the stage??

Thanks in advance!
Here is the trick:

Take either a stage light or flashlight
Put the batterys in (or hook up the light) backwards.

Now you have a flash-dark and thus a cone of darkness where you need it
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Old 01-13-2005, 05:30 AM
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did i miss out on some sort of pot session here or something?? hehehe..

i think i have some nuts loose.. i cant seem to follow a single person on this thread...
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Old 01-13-2005, 10:41 AM
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Hehehehehehe dude sweet roach!

I like oil, when my engine makes knocking sounds a little stops them. But I can't find the filler without the dark light.
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Old 01-13-2005, 10:48 AM
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Funny that hunter should mention carpet lube to prevent static shock. That stuff actually exists! Anti-static sprays and Bounce dryer sheets are the same thing, a small quantity of silicon lubricant that coats the fibers so that they don't pull electrons off of each other when they rub, meaning less static.

Crazy people, accidentatlly inventing real products.

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Old 01-13-2005, 04:35 PM
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did i miss out on some sort of pot session here or something?? hehehe..

i think i have some nuts loose.. i cant seem to follow a single person on this thread...
I feel better when mine are loose.
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Old 04-25-2005, 03:41 AM
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Talking Help!

Need conversational lubricant; for those sticky mental pause moments.
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Old 01-03-2006, 02:41 AM
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Talking ACME. INC. announcement

ACME
The only authorized manufacturer of UNIVERSAL frictionless lubricant.
Announcing the transfer of our top regional distributor MR Wile E. Coyote.
He will take over our Detroit and north eastern operations.


ACME product list
Every package/box has the ACME name proudly stamped on it.

Anvil
Aspirin
Axle Grease (guaranteed slippery)
Balloon
Basket
Bat-man's Outfit
Bed Springs
Bird Seed
Bomb
Bumble Bees (One-fifth)
Cactus Costume
Christmas Package Machine
Dehydrated Boulders (just add water)
Detonator
Do It Yourself Tornado Kit
Dog Sled
Dynamite
Earth Quake Pills
Electronic Fan
Electronic Motor
Explosive Tennis Balls
Female Road Runner Costume
Frisbee
Giant Mouse Trap
Giant Kite Kit
Giant Rubber Band
Glue
Grease
Handlebars
High Speed Tonic contains Vitamins

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Old 01-03-2006, 11:05 AM
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Cabin fever, WHunter?

I especially like those latin terms under "about wile e." Great terms for bumper stickers or window decals.
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Old 01-04-2006, 08:49 PM
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Hello Everyone
What kind of oil do you use on muffler bearings?
Where do you apply oil to left handed sprocket wrenches?
What kind of oil do you use on kunewton valves?
Should I use hypothetical or theoretical grease instead?
Oil, oil every where, driving me out of my head!!!!!!!!
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How can you go on about such trivia when my wobble bearing disintegrated? You told me that 30w theoretical grease was sufficient to keep the wobble bearing happy. Please send me one of your turbo-diesels, and, not the theoretical one (unless it has a pretty color).
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Old 01-08-2006, 06:01 PM
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gcfl

If you have an "Automotive Minded" person in you life, these
gift suggestions should be considered.

1. Tire Air Change Kit. This kit comes with everything you
need to change the air in your tires. This highly
recommended but often overlooked maintenance item is much
easier now. Remember to change your air every 3000 miles or
twice a year. $25

2. Blinker Fluid. You knew it existed but, WOW, is this
stuff hard to find. 4oz bottle. $12

3. Synthetic Blinker Fluid. Better yet! 4oz bottle. $24

4. Light Bulb Filaments. Why throw away a perfectly good
turn signal or stop light bulb when you can just install a
new filament? Premium Filaments, made in the USA! $1 each.

5. Manifold Heat. Yes, your exhaust manifold should be HOT.
If it's not, you may need this item. Sold by the pound.
$3.50

6. Steering Wheel Gaskets. All SIZES available! Email for
specific application. From $9.99

7. Tie Rod Tensioner. Is your tie rod limp? Tension it with
T-50! $14.99

8. Alternator Batteries. (4 required, replace them all!)
>From $2.99

9. Fan Belt Buckles. Specify brass or chrome. Gold available
special order. $14.99

10. Muffler Bearing Manual. Print version $59.95

11. Muffler Bearing Manual. CD version $49.99

12. Universal Muffler Bearing Tool Kit $105.59

13. Muffler Bearing Hi Temp Synthetic Lube (the only kind we
sell!) $40.24

14. Muffler Bearings From $19.95

15. Muffler Bearing Gasket Kits From $9.99

16. Momentum (required for tackling some off road
obstacles). Sold by the lb-ft/sec $0.50

17. Microsoft Windows Eliminator. If your car or truck
begins to run poorly, (long time to start, frequent crashes,
etc.), it's computer, (ecm, ecu, black box, etc.), may have
become infected with this nasty computer virus. This product
will safely remove the virus. $199

18. Mirror Image Flipper Film. Did you know that the image
you see in your rear view mirrors are reversed! This is a
manufacturing flaw that the auto companies have kept secret
for years as the recall would cost BILLIONS! This film can
be cut and placed over any mirror to correct the image. Now
you'll be able to read signs in the rear view mirror! $5 per
square ft.

Received from Pastor Tim's CleanLaugh.

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Old 01-09-2006, 12:18 AM
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you obviously need some adult supervision!

we have had too many oil threads already!

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