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Old 11-01-2007, 03:09 PM
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Ok I see now... Daves shaft IS assembled correctly,



You old guys playing tricks on us kids....


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Old 11-01-2007, 03:33 PM
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Dave
Can we say most always?..

I'd hate to think I shouldn't even try to catch you old geezers slipping..(How else could I have fun with mosstrooper )

And to be honest, right about now, youthful ain't exactly what I'm feeling.


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Can we say most always?..

I'd hate to think I shouldn't even try to catch you old geezers slipping..(How else could I have fun with mosstrooper )

And to be honest, right about now, youthful ain't exactly what I'm feeling.


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We geezers can give you an occasional 'MOST'

And here I am, almost over the hill, take no meds, sleep like a baby, have a baseball team plus a relief pitcher number of grandchildren and still can chase my wife around the house -- and I'm still only Jack Benny's age (again every year)

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Dewey is pretty good at asking those trick questions,
That's why all me projects turn out a little off kilter. 90 degrees, 180 degees...what's the diff?
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Old 11-02-2007, 06:16 AM
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That's why all me projects turn out a little off kilter. 90 degrees, 180 degees...what's the diff?
Only keeps you on the straight - and narrow

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By the way, 180 degrees is back in phase......... sorry, it's the smart *** in me.
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