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Old 10-08-2015, 03:39 PM   #21
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Just buy a new roller cage, jeez! Buy em twenty at a time.
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I have no idea what was going on between posts 16 and 20 in this thread.
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I vote for an all out, no holes barred argument and insult thread, and keep it all there.
As funny as that may appear to be, the ban hammer IS getting restless from being little used for the past couple of years.

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Not really. Like I mentioned in a previous thread, regular members have a propensity to argue their points even for the most menial things, like roller cage squeaks for example. And like I also mentioned, its going to happen even without trolls. Its human nature. But you already know that Wolfgang.
As soon as "squeaks" was mentioned, I could see where this thread was going. Not the first time for this subject.
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As funny as that may appear to be, the ban hammer IS getting restless from being little used for the past couple of years.

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I hate it when I get home from work and I've missed drama on PT that appears to have been sterilized and sanitized with almost no residue but people are still referring to it.

Anyhoo, I've been using the Richards frames for the last few years. Love 'em, haven't had a squeaky one yet. Easy to keep clean too.

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I have no idea what was going on between posts 16 and 20 in this thread.
It really wasn't that bad.

Not as bad as when one member here told me he wished I had fallen down an elevator shaft.

Good times.
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It really wasn't that bad.

Not as bad as when one member here told me he wished I had fallen down an elevator shaft.

Good times.
That Pete the Painter can be a real jokester some times. hee hee
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That Pete the Painter can be a real jokester some times. hee hee
Pete stirred up trouble? I can't see that happening.
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Pete stirred up trouble? I can't see that happening.
And there in lies the irony.
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I could tell Pete the Painter was trouble the first time I saw that infectious smile and the jaunty way he puts his hands on his hips.
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And there in lies the irony.
I'm not going to work anymore and missing the ackshun.
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I could tell Pete the Painter was trouble the first time I saw that infectious smile and the jaunty way he puts his hands on his hips.
How bout that cricket green shirt...sorry Pete
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I hate it when I get home from work and I've missed drama on PT that appears to have been sterilized and sanitized with almost no residue but people are still referring to it.

Anyhoo, I've been using the Richards frames for the last few years. Love 'em, haven't had a squeaky one yet. Easy to keep clean too.

That looks like a Purdy with some holes for the residual water to drain out so you don't fling water when you roll.
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I know I am not the norm here, but when some tool isn't working right for me I fix it right quick. Hello trash can! Then I buy what I deserve to work with and move on.


My old boss told me once that my time was the most costly part of a project. I buy tools that don't waste my time.
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That looks like a Purdy with some holes for the residual water to drain out so you don't fling water when you roll.
I don't get it. Why would my cage be full of water? Gravy I could see, but water?
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How bout that cricket green shirt...sorry Pete
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

You are terrible! Terrible!
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I don't get it. Why would my cage be full of water? Gravy I could see, but water?
A roux would work better, IMHO
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i vote for an all out, no holes barred argument and insult thread, and keep it all there.
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As soon as "squeaks" was mentioned, I could see where this thread was going. Not the first time for this subject.
Wolf's Law:

"The squeaky cage gets the hammer"
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I know I am not the norm here, but when some tool isn't working right for me I fix it right quick. Hello trash can! Then I buy what I deserve to work with and move on.


My old boss told me once that my time was the most costly part of a project. I buy tools that don't waste my time.
I am stunned. Labor costs money? Not wasting time means more profit? The hell you say! (joking!)
Your old boss was a wise man, and you are also wise because of him.
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