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    Welderman, I'm From MS, does that make me a yank?

    I was part of a taskforce that kept 350 cholos, 2600 lbs of Marijuannhahaa,
    and 300 lbs of La Cocaina, from hitting the streets in Tejas, specifically the Del Rio area in four months in 2007, am I still a yank now?
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    Maverick County
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    SYNCROWAVE 200
    Atlas 618 lathe (vintage 1960) reconditioned DC
    Sioux 3/8 Pneumatic Reversible Drill
    Makita Everything else
    2400 square feet of Sanford and Son lookin shop space
    "Once the spoon flys, putting the pin back in won't solve anything"
    USA 15T, 15V

    www.myspace.com/blackbird455

    http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m...5/DSC00356.jpg two cans, one welder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird455 View Post
    Welderman, I'm From MS, does that make me a yank?

    I was part of a taskforce that kept 350 cholos, 2600 lbs of Marijuannhahaa,
    and 300 lbs of La Cocaina, from hitting the streets in Tejas, specifically the Del Rio area in four months in 2007, am I still a yank now?
    YESit does
    its a where your from thing ...and i applaud you for yer services to the country
    and yes that is the tattoo on my arm
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

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    i'm from oregon, does that make me a yank?
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    So.....I guess we are done with the aluminum talk?
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    Default Welding to the civil war?

    Where did the North vs. the South thing come in here? I think this started off as Aluminum? AND...I believe the Civil War has been over for some time!

    I've had a few complaints regarding this thread... Please leave your prejudices at the "door" when you sign in.

    Thanks

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    Irony,
    Proclaiming southern brilliance in a chatroom run by a company about as far north as you can get.
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    My aluminum welds are sometimes OK at best, not sure what material a receiver dish would be. Is there anyway to test I wonder?

    I am a Hoosier, maybe thats why my welds suck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I've had a few complaints regarding this thread... Please leave your prejudices at the "door" when you sign in.

    Thanks
    Serious? I thought everyone was just jokin' around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Where did the North vs. the South thing come in here? I think this started off as Aluminum? AND...I believe the Civil War has been over for some time!

    I've had a few complaints regarding this thread... Please leave your prejudices at the "door" when you sign in.

    Thanks
    SORRY YALL ...just havin fun
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

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