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Old 02-14-2013, 02:01 PM
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From my GF:
Roses are red, my ***** are blue, suck my dick, or I'll skull **** you

Roses are red, my ******* is brown, stick out your tongue, lick it up and down

Roses are red, my cooch is loose, you'll be better off, ******* my caboose
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Sounds like your gf is truly a keeper
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My couch may pull out, but I dont.
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Oh the woes of wearing 4E shoes....
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Oh the woes of wearing 4E shoes....
dat girth
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Boundary Engineering site is shittered.

Any news on this?
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He just moved it. I forgot what the new site is. something.boundaryengineering.com
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Travis posted a message stating that they'd been having some problems with haxors / virus injection, and that a temporary site has been set up.

Travis' thread: https://www.miataturbo.net/boundary-...website-70679/

The temporary website: Boundary Engineering
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So I've made a database I use at work for the past few years, it takes me from notes in a WRD file to a simple database to query and review data. Our IT liaison thinks that is a specialized skill which is outside of my job description, and I must stop using it so they can RFP it to a contractor. I'm a little furious, they want me to "work dumb". I argued that I was using basic, high school level Microsoft Office knowledge and they disagreed, lol.

It's time for me to get into the private sector...I think.
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Just create the RFP to be suitable for your new private-sector business.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
So I've made a database I use at work for the past few years, it takes me from notes in a WRD file to a simple database to query and review data. Our IT liaison thinks that is a specialized skill which is outside of my job description, and I must stop using it so they can RFP it to a contractor. I'm a little furious, they want me to "work dumb". I argued that I was using basic, high school level Microsoft Office knowledge and they disagreed, lol.

It's time for me to get into the private sector...I think.
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Just create the RFP to be suitable for your new private-sector business.
So Trey tells me what I need to know for the RFP to win the contract. I then win and hire Trey to do the same job he is doing now for 3x the price. We all profit.
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Originally Posted by shuiend View Post
So Trey tells me what I need to know for the RFP to win the contract. I then win and hire Trey to do the same job he is doing now for 3x the price. We all profit.
brb, deleting thread.
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say goodbye to your cadallac plan and your VSP.
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Originally Posted by Braineack View Post
say goodbye to your cadallac plan and your VSP.
VSP?

I may not have a choice, my job has been threatened for ages now.
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just dropped a nut into the lower timing belt cover.










fack.
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new owner of my old car texted me today, he was asking about the clutch i put in. we took my fm happy meal out and put a oe replacement in. turns out hes planing on turboing it, so i felt it necessary to send him a video of it back when it was turbo'd. just to be a dick
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Originally Posted by Pen2_the_penguin View Post
just dropped a nut into the lower timing belt cover.
Don't sweat it. Mine dropped years ago and aside from a little acne and needing to shave occasionally, it really wasn't terrible.
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I am not very good at soldering, but good enough that I finally got my old crotchety Millermatic 200 welding again. Back to work on the car tomorrow.
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Old 02-20-2013, 01:48 AM
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Originally Posted by sixshooter View Post
Don't sweat it. Mine dropped years ago and aside from a little acne and needing to shave occasionally, it really wasn't terrible.
lol...




But in all srsns, its a good thing I pulled the belts, covers, and crap.

Found out that from the short distance home to work; it banged up my crank timing pulley and started to wear away at my Gates racing belt.

During my break I got the nut out.


Crisis, averted.
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