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Old 08-31-2013, 02:41 PM
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Nick2013 hasn't been online since the day he posted this thread.....Its fun to watch the discourse run on and on anyway. I guess we are just people.
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Nick2013 hasn't been online since posting this thread.....Its fun to watch the discourse run on and on anyway. I guess we are just people.
Unfortunately the internet is filled like in real life, with nutters, they think they can just stroll in and take over a good healthy conversation (this forum in general) and force their opinion on others.

Like in real life they get kicked in the guts and scurry off.
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Sorry to disagree--don't know which alter universe you live in Mr. Brickie, but the nutters (I hope you are not referring in any way to me) don't go scurrying away.....If they are not confronted...they only become more of a nuisance and they and their kind multiply like cockroaches ....it is mostly the normal people who go scurrying away after being kicked in the gut.

These are the freeloaders who cook crack, sell dope to your kids, bully old people and talk about living free! Then when they get upset, they go out and buy some automatic weapons and go on a killing rampage.

Where is "Charles Bronson" when you need him?

But this is "not oven talk" so it should not be discussed! RIGHT?
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(I hope you are not referring in any way to me)
I never gave you a thought but if the shoe fits.......

Just thinking back to one of your rants, maybe you are a nutter too..
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So now you crawl out when all the dust settles--and you agreed with what the other guy was saying--enough not to comment?
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So now you crawl out when all the dust settles--and you agreed with what the other guy was saying--enough not to comment?

Huh?
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Good luck with three pizzas at a time I can only burn them one at a time with a cook time under 120secs you will struggle to cook more then one at atime
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