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Old 12-06-2009, 10:59 PM   #1
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I just wanted to post this here so I can do this:
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You expect anything less? lolol
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Holy **** seriously some people deserve to be lit on fire and beat to death with golf clubs
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Some people in this world were meant to work on cars.






Then again most aren't.
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i cant believe no one pointed out he has no way to change his fueling even if it is bad.
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Sorry I was too busy ganging up with 18
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Why do you guys keep bothering with that forum? I haven't gone in that forum since I turbo'd my car 4 years ago.
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You know, to be honest I have ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA why I go there sometimes. Out of boredom I suppose. Each time I am amazed/appalled.
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i cant believe no one pointed out he has no way to change his fueling even if it is bad.

i did.
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Holy **** seriously some people deserve to be lit on fire and beat to death with golf clubs
hey leave tiger out of it he's been though enough.
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Holy **** seriously some people deserve to be lit on fire and beat to death with golf clubs
Damn you guys are rough. The guy said in his first post he is clueless and wants to learn.
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Damn you guys are rough. The guy said in his first post he is clueless and wants to learn.
I don't know...that's just general stupidity.

It's on par with expecting a guitar "tuner" to automatically wind your strings to the right pitch for you. It's a feedback mechanism, you still have to analyze the data and implement changes. He's about two steps short of a happy meal if you ask me.
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Damn you guys are rough. The guy said in his first post he is clueless and wants to learn.
Posting "I'm a noob and want to learn" in the first post definitely gets you in a lot less trouble with the veterans, but shouldn't excuse complete and utter lack of brains whatsoever. I mean, you're researching widebands? Cool. Can't you read at least WTF the thing is? At least a rough description?

This dude asks, people answer, then he just keeps asking stupid questions. Absolutely ZERO attempts from him at even trying to do any work on his own.

Spoon feeding is taken on a whole new level at that fagfested forum.
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Damn you guys are rough. The guy said in his first post he is clueless and wants to learn.
Had that guy come here and ask the things he asked at M.net He wouldve been cyber-bitch-slap then lit on fire and beat to dead with golf clubs.
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I know I'm still a noob and ask too many questions sometimes, but if I was THAT stupid I would FULLY expect some of you to e-kill me
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