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Re: Calling lance

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Billy NY

06-19-2013 12:05:31

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What happened was tool talk became judge, jury and executioner, and pardon me YT, its your site, your rules,(I say that respectfully) but these forums do benefit from all, be it those who are highly technically orientated, experienced, trained and or educated or someone who is just plain clueless and asks a question.

I don't care for disagreements, and bickering, but to a degree as long as its within the confines of the rules here, respectfully and civil, but hey, I don't make the rules. Playing favorites or running people out indirectly not cool, but I am sure some are missed here now. I won't mention names.... but things like this are very productive results aren't they though ? LOL !

Oh well.......

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Billy Shafer

06-20-2013 04:43:49

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 Re: Calling lance in reply to Billy NY, 06-19-2013 12:05:31  
I agree Billy. To many experts on here. That seem to forget. There was a time. When they were young dumb and stupid also.

I was taught that there was no such thing as a dumb question. When you are trying to learn. If I remember correctly. Lance lives in a town not far from mine. Maybe I will run into him someday.

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standard fan

06-21-2013 17:00:07

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 Re: Calling lance in reply to Billy Shafer, 06-20-2013 04:43:49  
There are a lot of self professed experts here, and many don't have a real clue about welding. I won't post anything on welding here because it is a giant waste of time, it is to hard to explain some of the intricate details of welding in a couple short sentences. It's a shame this is a great friendly forum with excellent people when it comes to antique tractors, but there are some people that seem to have no interest in tractors but just come here to stir up crap. I know there are other professional welders who won't waste there time with posting about welding on here as well as it just frustrates them.

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