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    Whoever came up with this set-up is a friggen' retard. They are so freeakin' brite and they all look too close to the same.
    Hobart still has all the normal stuff that we USED to have HERE.
    I still cannot track the threads I posted on, and all in all I pretty much HATE it enuff, that I spend VERY LITTLE time here these days.
    Miller just changes crap for no good reason IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    Whoever came up with this set-up is a friggen' retard. They are so freeakin' brite and they all look too close to the same.
    Hobart still has all the normal stuff that we USED to have HERE.
    I still cannot track the threads I posted on, and all in all I pretty much HATE it enuff, that I spend VERY LITTLE time here these days.
    Miller just changes crap for no good reason IMO.
    Fusion, I Totally Agree with you on this one , for sure !!!!!!
    This site is getting boring real fast !

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    i kinda like the little guy with the black eyes. the guy with both ears on one side of his head is a bit strange though. the little red face one reminds me of my first wife....god i hate that woman.
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    FusionKing -- Some consider the smilies cool. , while others think not so much. We can all agree that they can be funny if used correctly. , but are sometimes difficult to understand. Even though they can be aggravating and distracting try not to let it get to you.

    Hope this helps!
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    The 4WD Hardware forum rocks with smilies! They probably have over a hundred and are awesome. It uses the same Forum Format "Vbulletin"
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    I kind of agree with FusionKing and nfinch86. I'm also having some trouble finding stuff like I used to be able to and it is getting boring fast. In my opinion the smilies are for teenage girls when they're texting in class about the boy that sits in front of them in another class, along with all of the acronyms and made up words they use when they text and now even when they talk.
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