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Old 12-28-2012, 04:32 AM   #289681
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:36 AM   #289682
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Are you going to bug her outside the forum?
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Based on the thread, he's simply showing whats good for the goose is good for the gander.
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:52 AM   #289683
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Her info is already publicized to some degree. She posted up a picture of her college transcript and pharmacist certificate and being a certified pharmacist, all her info is already up online an available to to the public. Also, I have no clue if that is even her and could just be some random pharmacists name.

And no, not going to bug her outside the forum. Really, just leveling the playing field so hopefully she quits the "look up people's personal info and calls forum people by their full name" thing she does.
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:52 AM   #289684
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What's a mental midget?
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And what is dave doing up so late?
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Old 12-28-2012, 05:08 AM   #289686
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I read a DIY delmarco posted with a backup sensor strip and he had to change his mounting location because he couldn't get the bolts out
Maybe he was turning the wrong way.
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Yup. Nice and easy. I just grounded the negative for the computer at the battery since its essentially a chassis ground anyway. I tucked all of the wiring and computer where my fuel pump ECU is. Plenty of space in there.
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May have found flash2dix's real name.
It's clear that you totally want him/her/it, but this obsession is unhealthy.
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That's interesting because I'm finding having large bolts always results in having to deal with a tight fit.
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It's clear that you totally want him/her/it, but this obsession is unhealthy.
And your obsession with gently flogging me when I take parts off my car is unhealthy...
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And your obsession with gently flogging me when I take parts off my car is unhealthy...
Builds character.
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Actually, I meant to type "taking parts off your car" but I guess it works either way.
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Actually, I meant to type "taking parts off your car" but I guess it works either way.
I knew what you meant.
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