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Old 12-11-2009, 19:52   #10181
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We request the opinions of 10-Ringers on this question.
Process questions are not in my job description. I'll defer these decisions to the resident Six Sigma DMAIC guys while I simply go out and do all of their work for them.

Good luck with that ....
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Old 12-12-2009, 05:46   #10182
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Boring plot line.
Boring can be quite useful!
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Old 12-12-2009, 07:01   #10183
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Boring can be quite useful!
Ya, puts the admins to sleep.
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Old 12-13-2009, 04:25   #10184
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Ya, puts the admins to sleep.
Uh oh! ... Twee-twee, your comment has irritated the admin types down here in the Dungeon. There is talk of increasing the embezzlement rate from 39% up to 39.17% until you retract it (or at least smile sweetly and say you were framed, or at least quoted out of context.)

Permit me to reassure any worried 10-Ringers out there: Beer service will NOT suffer during this dispute!
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Old 12-13-2009, 06:48   #10185
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Old 12-13-2009, 07:17   #10186
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Hmmmm ... Okay, good enough for the Dungeon Admin Types. Embezzlement rate stays at 39%. Just as well; the extra take probably would have overloaded the forklifts we use to get the swag down to the counting room.
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Old 12-13-2009, 21:56   #10187
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Was that pg 56 ?

High volume filters, no doubt !

(need to call my assistant Jennifer at this time. She's well versed in such matters)

also a firearms student of uncle's.
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:39   #10188
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Was that pg 56 ?

High volume filters, no doubt !
Yessirree! If you have to restrain a tsunami, the p. 56 option is what you need.

I still suggest you consider p. 44 at some length. A slimmer, more subtly contoured set of features does have its advocates among the more discerning salacious sleazeball contingent members.
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Old 12-15-2009, 20:41   #10189
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But for those of us who are true gearheads at heart....

"Ain't no replacement for DISPLACEMENT "

Moore's Law; "If some's good, MORES better".

yes, I am a sleezeball in favor of size.
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Old 12-16-2009, 00:01   #10190
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I would tend to agree with you Uncle...... except. I sometimes like how you can really wind up one of those tight smaller motors, you can really make them sing sometimes. There is something about one of those small block mills that is well put together that just brings a smile to my face.
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Old 12-16-2009, 23:42   #10191
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I worked SCCA tech & safety back in the days of the Can-Am.
Bigger ALWAYS seemed to work better & attract more attention. The girls on college hill proved this many times over.
Hell, it even worked for the cars too !!
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Old 12-20-2009, 06:30   #10192
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I would tend to agree with you Uncle...... except. I sometimes like how you can really wind up one of those tight smaller motors, you can really make them sing sometimes. There is something about one of those small block mills that is well put together that just brings a smile to my face.
When on Earth, I have a low mileage Lincoln Mark VIII that I like to drive around in. There's a lot to be said for a small V8 which gets 29 MPG, produces one horsepower per cubic inch (without trying apparantly) and pulls a 3,800 pound car around effortlessly.

There's just something about winding up a V8. Of course, I'm thinking about converting the car over to dilithium (how else could I use the car when I'm visiting a planet with a methane atmosphere).

Ford always has had a soft spot for putting giant heads on small blocks (which give a 282 cubic inch motor the appearance of being a 460 or something). I guess that way, you can have the best of both worlds.
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Old 12-21-2009, 13:32   #10193
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IMPORTANT 10-RING FACILITY SALACIOUS SLEAZEBALL ANNOUNCEMENT

We Dungeon types were killing time between embezzlement counting sessions, and we happened to tune into USN while it was broadcasting the Canadian Women's Curling Trials for the upcoming Vancouver Olympics. We observed an unexpectedly high proportion of hotties among the participants! Certainly an unexpected bonus for watching the winter equivalent of shuffleboard.
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Old 12-21-2009, 15:07   #10194
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Is she yelling at that little tea pot thing?
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Old 12-21-2009, 15:54   #10195
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Is she yelling at that little tea pot thing?
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Old 12-21-2009, 16:04   #10196
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Don't tell anyone.

But that ice is 3% NS Beer. Raises the freeze point while being environmentally friendly.

Just a little formulation the Dungeon Chemistry Department came up with.

Canada has shot us an email asking how we want our royalties paid. I'm forwarding that email to you, Rabbi with a recommendation for payment involving gold Canadian Maple Leaf.

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of course, this might be acceptable too.

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In order to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's visit to the 2007 Kentucky Derby, Crown Royal has created the most expensive version of their whisky. The original Crown Royal Canadian Blended Whisky was made for the Queen's parents in 1939 to commemorate their Grand Tour of Canada. Crown Royal has a created a new version of the whisky that uses remaining barrels of the original whisky. The Crown Royal XR Extra Rare Heritage Blend is not for sale but a suggested retail price would likely begin at $10,000. Diageo commissioned Casey Hyland, a master glass designer at Louisville's Glassworks, to create a custom glass decanter, etched with 24 K gold leaf.
http://www.luxist.com/2007/05/05/cro...for-the-queen/



All that finance stuff is way over my head.


Literally.


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Old 12-21-2009, 17:49   #10197
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I've got the $14.95 cable. This is the only type of curling I could find.
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Old 12-21-2009, 22:39   #10198
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And just WHOM took that un-authorized picture of UNCLE'S private stash of Crown Royal !

Heads WILL roll ! Hangings will ensue !
And the Floggings will continue until Morale improves !
(My oldest bottle of CR has a tax stamp date of 1968, auntie bought it for me for our 1st Christmas together. Now you know why she's a keeper !)

Merry Christmas to all of my friends here at 8:40 PM
And Best wishes for a Happy New Year !

And to Samuari Rabbi.....a Cheery Chaunaka my Friend, let the embezzelment continue !
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Old 12-22-2009, 09:24   #10199
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Merry Christmas to all of my friends here at 8:40 PM
And Best wishes for a Happy New Year !

And to Samuari Rabbi.....a Cheery Chaunaka my Friend, let the embezzelment continue !
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... and to those of us who celebrate both, we wish you a Happy ChaunaMas. Although this year due to the inconsistancies of the lunar calendar and there being no overlap it is possible to celebrate them both as distinct and separate entities. However, since those cute little chocolate coins do make great stocking stuffers, some adulteration will occur.
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Old 12-22-2009, 22:56   #10200
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Think of it as just ANOTHER excuse to party !
(like we've ever needed an excuse here...)


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