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#1 Tom Dunn

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:01 PM

Most of the forums to which I belong are either related to home repairs or the outdoor sports, notably hunting, shooting, trapping, fishing. At all of these forums I like to think I'm able to give advice as well as get some.
Not so here. I've only a basic working knowledge of cars so it's pretty much a "take from" proposition here.
That kinda bugs me. You folks have been great about helping me out with my requests for info on whatever.
Thanks!
That said, if any of y'all need advice on something I DO know about, firearms and home repairs in particular, please feel free to PM me, or email at sagamorecreek@hotmail.com. Thats the least I can do!
Thanks again folks!

#2 hooziewhatsit

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:09 PM

don't feel bad about it.

Everyone has to start somewhere. Read enough old posts, and you'll be able to start diagnosing stuff a lot better (hmm, I vaguely remember reading something like that before...)


kinda like Skips signature:
The more I learn, the more I know I don't know - I feel this is the first step towards true wisdom?

The more I read here, the more I learn :-)

#3 friendly_jacek

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:17 PM

Most of the forums to which I belong are either related to home repairs or the outdoor sports, notably hunting, shooting, trapping, fishing. At all of these forums I like to think I'm able to give advice as well as get some.
Not so here. I've only a basic working knowledge of cars so it's pretty much a "take from" proposition here.
That kinda bugs me. You folks have been great about helping me out with my requests for info on whatever.
Thanks!
That said, I any of y'all need advice on something I DO know about, firearms and home repairs in particular, please feel free to PM me, or email at unclealva@msn.com. Thats the least I can do!
Thanks again folks!


This is truly a generous offer. I hope that posting your email will not generate a very excessive burden of spam.
Cheers!

#4 Tom Dunn

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:22 PM

Spam? I LOVE Span. Mostly with eggs over eazy and homefries.

I don't think spam email will be too much of a problem. Hopefully the sender will notice my car is a 1991, and I've not worked in months, so if you're lookingto sell something you're likely wasting your time!! HA!




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