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Reply by Jim Kelly

Ed, My conclusions would likely mirror yours if our positions were exchanged. I frequently use inductive reasoning to make...
Jim Kelly

Reply by edsnova

Hey Jim I don't have anything to back up my Posties claim except for anecdote: When I investigated the High Sheriff of Hartford County,...
edsnova

Reply by ALB

@Gordon Nichols wrote- " I dunno about drilling the hinges for lightness. You’re gonna save, what? The weight of a couple of #2 pencils?
ALB

Reply by Jim Kelly

Jimmy, I agree that it's a sad situation, but disagree about the lack of incentive for a local prosecution. Tennessee has a state...
Jim Kelly

Reply by Pete Ortiz

Hi Lane wind shield got cracked in shipment Taking advantage of cleaning dash and returning it back to the color that matches the rest...
Pete Ortiz

Reply by Jimmy V.

If Mr. lawing was preying primarily on people in is own County I would think enough complaints to the county sheriff's office might...
Jimmy V.

Reply by arajani

Grills and bonnet straps are in! Can we clone Carey? Can’t beat his work ethic and attention to detail.
arajani

Reply by Jim Kelly

It's always dangerous to challenge a wordsmith on a public forum, especially one who is in the process of canonization, going from Mr.
Jim Kelly

Reply by edsnova

Floors are back in. There are 24 punch-list items remaining before I take the car to the MVA for inspection and titling; 54 items total.
edsnova

Reply by ALB

While you're at it, drill some holes in the hinges themselves- making them lighter will allow everything to perform better and your car...
ALB
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