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Old 01-29-2009, 11:39 AM
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dmun,
I love you mob - dead set. You're so quaint!
Just look at all your fantastic tools and engineering feats - magnificent, bar none!

Imagine how it may have been, were you not encumbered by a lack of knowledge of the French Yard !!
Awesome thought.

(Dmun, confession time. I still think of yachts in feet, rather than metres, as was used in a private post to S/X Jim just now.)
Maintain the path, my friend. Oh, just before you move on, what is the American equivalent of 5.56?, 7.62, 105, 106 (all in thousandths of a French Yard, I guess)
Sigh
Luddite Jeff.
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Old 01-29-2009, 11:21 PM
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Jeffy,
Your brains gone rotten. Too much off-time from work? Walk-about pending, I hope!

Onya!
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Old 01-30-2009, 06:11 PM
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Sir George of Longview,
I fear you may be right. Fortunately I have an enchanting face - well suited to the written medium. I reckon that's what gets me by.
Good cooking GJB.
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