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buddy-impersonator: hardly likely posts on 2/25/2006 3:11:48 PM
Hello tDTO. Yepper, I remember stinging your arse for errors in spelling etc, not that I'd care to repeat the words that you used in retaliation. That aside, my tolerance for mistakes by friend or foe' has more to do with social maturity and general tolerance: in that perfection is something we can only aspire: never truly achieve absolute perfection in all things. ;)
Bandy McFlab (DTO) posts on 2/25/2006 10:31:00 AM
It's funny Kevvy boy that you brought your spelling into question. Right here a few years back old Baghdaddy buddy ripped me a new arse for spelling errors. I see know her new friends are excempt. Maybe she'll remind you of my names for her then.
Rambo posts on 2/25/2006 5:45:00 AM
koen van geleuken, i thnk you will find theres more than one way to use a 12 volt battery to torture someone. you are right that just attaching the terminals to a person would do nothing, but did you know that a 12 volt battery can also be used as an arc welder just by sticking two pieces of carbon rod at the end of each terminal. so whos to say that this wasn't one of the many techniques used in mr Mcnabs book.
koen van geleuken posts on 2/24/2006 8:39:53 PM
i am a mc.nab fan.his books are well-written, and also i appreciate the fact that he knows what he's talking about.when he explains the details of a demolition or an abservation post, you can asume that these details are correct. or so i thought until i noticed the first detail he got completely wrong: in agressor he tells abour torturing a bloke with the 12 volts of a car battery- which is impossible, as a human body does not notice 12 volts. you can grab both terminals of a car battery without noticing anything electrical.
Now this is only one detail ,but it makes me (and all others who have some experience tinkering with cars) wonder about the credibility of andy's books. what a shame.
koen van geleuken.
am-i-binned posts on 2/22/2006 12:25:43 PM
Good God, Kev, maybe I DO have to spell it out for you, too. K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) Paula's childish taunt/mockery applies to both friend (Buddy) and foe (me). You're the one who came up with that boatload of utter nonsense about "grudging statement against buddy", "ageist comment", "winds of aspertion" (spelled aspersion btw), "pursuance in perpetuity of malicious mindedness", etc. Maybe Paula should think more, and you should think less. Either way, you should both think before typing; it would save us all a lot of time having to re-explain ourselves, wouldn't it?
KevinSmith posts on 2/22/2006 8:17:39 AM
'Thanks for trying, Kev. You missed my point, as usual, but at least you tried... ;o)'
I chose to ignore the 'main point' of your post am-i-binned. I have more sense than to further your aims in war of attrition.
Lynn posts on 2/21/2006 7:39:48 AM
Gun, you're too right @ hostile. But if I do have some Recoil news I'll post it here so you just have to look, not post ;-)
am-i-binned posts on 2/21/2006 2:03:10 AM
Thanks for trying, Kev. You missed my point, as usual, but at least you tried... ;o)
Lynn posts on 2/20/2006 4:34:51 PM
And I would like to know why I can't leave messages here
KevinSmith posts on 2/20/2006 3:04:59 PM
Paula. Am-i-binned is suggesting that buddy is older and a grandmother as well and what am-i-binned hoped to achieve is better put to one side and forgotten. That grudging statement against buddy was posted in full-blooded cause against the ageist comment you posted earlier, and damage was done to both the accuser's honour and to that of the accused. But. Whether tis honest truth that am-i-binned did cast on winds of aspertion is neither a here nor there argument worth pursuance in perpetuity of malicious mindedness. In the workings of theatreland beautiful grandmothers in mind body and spirit abound and of those a large proportion have less than four decades to their sprightly honour.
It was a strange way of reply Paula, granted, to what you said and the best response is to step away and let lie the sleeping dogs of war.
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