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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Lotrat » Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:05 pm

rostigbug wrote:
bajaherbie wrote:so where are you? :lol:
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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Lew » Sat Apr 02, 2011 9:58 am

Well the thread started just fine I see with the idea of having your location posted in your profile. That's a good thing...However it turned into something a little different. I mathmatically figured each message that was off topic which consist of bytes and bits. The average post contained 1.8 gega bits.....However that's a minute (my nute) amount of space in the servers sectors......Maybe that's why we recently had a forum shut down to make more space. I ran a server for a year and I know it's hard and expensive. It's time for me to send Doc some more money!

I'm guilty of making to many jokes. :oops: I'm going to cut back.... :) Don't be offended by this guys. It's just something you might want to think about.

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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Leatherneck » Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:32 am

Buzz kill :P You have some good points. Especially about chipping in, STF can use it. We are going to take care of, redirect OT stuff soon.

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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by david58 » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:12 pm

Lew wrote:
I'm guilty of making to many jokes. :oops: I'm going to cut back.... :) Don't be offended by this guys. It's just something you might want to think about.
You Sir are FIRED. No Jokes No Fun.
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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Leatherneck » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:16 pm

Leatherneck wrote:Buzz kill :P You have some good points. Especially about chipping in, STF can use it. We are going to take care of, redirect OT stuff soon.
Or not.

Least Lew is trying huh David?

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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Kugel8x57 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:58 am

Hello Everyone!! Newbie here. Just registered, last night.

I'll update my profile soon, but, for now, I live in Southwest Alabama, and I'm moving soon to Southwest Georgia.

Also, I'll post my project in a new thread, but I do have a question... How can I attach PDF files to a post? I have some 3D models and DWGS that I want to share and get some feedback on.

Thanks and God bless!

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Re: Post your location in your profile

Post by Leatherneck » Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:26 pm

Kugel, welcome to the dirt pile, glad to have you hear. Not sure of the PDF files, when you upload docs like pics that might work or if you can copy and paste. If that doesn't work then will have to run this through doc and see what he says.

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