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Old 09-04-05, 08:30 PM   #1
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Old 09-04-05, 09:12 PM   #2
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Add a link to the forum search and you've got a post worth sticking.
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Old 09-04-05, 09:14 PM   #3
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Add a link to the forum search and you've got a post worth sticking.
I should have titled it "Handy tools for all forum members".
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i just read something like 40 percent of people that graduate from high school cannot compose a correct sentence.
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Old 09-04-05, 09:32 PM   #5
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i just read something like 40 percent of people that graduate from high school cannot compose a correct sentence.
And yet I'm the bad guy for pointing out those that lack basic literacy skills. All I ask is that everyone does their best when it comes to spelling and grammar. Of course, it's in the forum guidelines that each of us agreed to when we signed up, but I suppose those that can't spell well may not be able to read either. Ok, I'll behave now.
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Another handy tool...


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Old 09-04-05, 09:43 PM   #7
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Duct tape isn't so handy for bicycles. Not as many uses as for cars and trucks. Lay that roll flat, and it makes a great drink holder in a proper 4WD.
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duct tape is great for repairing inner tubes
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Amen to that. Duct Tape is the 100 MPH tape.
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How long does that duct tape last on a fully inflated repaired tube
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Heres a good tool.
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i just read something like 40 percent of people that graduate from high school cannot compose a correct sentence.
The irony in this is that you didn't capitalize the first letter of the sentence.
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Amen to that. Duct Tape is the 100 MPH tape.
Actually, 100MPH tape is different to duct tape. Just like gaffers tape is different to duct tape.


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Your link doesn't work. Or did you mean that you are a tool?
His link was edited for bad language. If you look at the **** im sure you will know what belongs there.
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How long does that duct tape last on a fully inflated repaired tube

about four days if it's done correctly
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The irony in this is that you didn't capitalize the first letter of the sentence.


i never capitalize letters on forums.
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