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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:39:28 PM   
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Highway kpl low...off road you are gonna need a lot of fuel....




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:40:59 PM   
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treat your ammo like you would your girl:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:44:43 PM   
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with good aim you can take Ivan out with one shot:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:47:20 PM   
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more on the virtues of good aim:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:52:56 PM   
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you have to be an artist at heart to drive a tank:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 4:55:24 PM   
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take care of your tank, thousands of germans laborers work tirelessly to bring you this tank; and you know how expensive german engineering is:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 5:15:42 PM   
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and of course the last german tank to be effeciently retro-fitted toward fuel economy and materials:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 6:16:39 PM   
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In the WitP forum it was mdiehl and his extremist fanatism.


Y'know, Ursa, for a guy who has spent his last dozen or so posts calling "foul" on other posters for being uncivil, you sure do dedicate alot of your life trolling for me.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 8:07:37 PM   
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Funny how they modify their argument when proven wrong huh Mr. Iverson?


You learn to live with it

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 8:14:15 PM   
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and of course the last german tank to be effeciently retro-fitted toward fuel economy and materials:







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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 8:40:12 PM   
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No mdiehl good try, but even your oversized bias cannot be compared to Doggie's.

Well rune you ARE a strawman indeed. You know it well that the arrow crosses were the hungarian nazis (or using commie definitions fascists -who were in turn italian but such nuisances does not bother you do they?) so it is a nice try but futile.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 8:49:22 PM   
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Well rune you ARE a strawman indeed. You know it well that the arrow crosses were the hungarian nazis (or using commie definitions fascists -who were in turn italian but such nuisances does not bother you do they?) so it is a nice try but futile.


YOU will not define that =)

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 9:19:16 PM   
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No mdiehl good try, but even your oversized bias cannot be compared to Doggie's.


Well, but my point is that you're here, trolling, for me. You have no standing to grouse about Doggie or anyone else when you constantly bring up my name in the context of some disparaging remark.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 9:30:59 PM   
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My favorite:




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 9:35:43 PM   
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It can only be served in a tankard.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 9:42:02 PM   
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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 10:01:09 PM   
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Check out the mustang:
Mr. Iowahawk commented that:

Just thought I’d share some before and after pictures of my Ford GAA tank engine. All aluminum 1100 cubic inch V8 used in WWII Sherman Tanks. These were gas burners rated at 500 HP and 1050 Ft. Lbs. of torque for military service, but are capable of much much more using mostly stock parts. They feature a 60 degree vee, 5.4 bore x 6.0 stroke, 180 degree factory billet cranks, pent roof combustion chambers, shaft driven DOHC’s, 4 valves per cylinder, and dual mags. They are pretty high tech. engines, especially considering they were built in the early 40’s. I’ve been working on getting one of mine going for the last couple of years, and should be cranking it within a week or so. It’s setting in my 70 Mustang right now which I plan on taking on short cruises when finished, 24 gallons of alcohol wont go very far. It is bolted to a heavily modified Powerglide right now. Wilcap ( Pat McGuire ) built the adapter and flexplate for me.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 10:01:46 PM   
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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/20/2007 10:02:49 PM   
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Litle bit of torq there




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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 2:01:41 AM   
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No mdiehl good try, but even your oversized bias cannot be compared to Doggie's.






***sniff***You hate me, you really really hate me.***sniffle***

I'd like to thank the Academy for this honor, and with the help of Jesus I'll do my best to live up to the high standards set for us by visionaries such as Baby Bear and Terminex.

You're all racists!!!! Neener, neener, neener, I win! I win! I called you all racists. Now lock the thread. Lock this thread immediately. I win 'cause I called you racists. And poo poo heads, don't forget poo poo heads.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:43:03 AM   
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YOU will not define that =)


Oh yeah? And who are you to tell me what I can and what I can not do?

Or you have a problem with the freedom of speech? You can call me a strawman and when I prove that you are one you change the subject?

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:44:18 AM   
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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:50:48 AM   
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***sniff***You hate me, you really really hate me.***sniffle***


Does ranting this sentence cause you, some hm, hm so to say SPECIAL, satisfaction? Do you think you are emperor palpatine (see retirn of the jedi deathstar II scene)?

Just for the record I dont hate anybody. Not even you, as I stated in many cases.

quote:

I'd like to thank the Academy for this honor, and with the help of Jesus I'll do my best to live up to the high standards set for us by visionaries such as Baby Bear and Terminex.

You're all racists!!!! Neener, neener, neener, I win! I win! I called you all racists. Now lock the thread. Lock this thread immediately. I win 'cause I called you racists. And poo poo heads, don't forget poo poo heads.


That was lame, even from you Doggie.





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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 6:14:01 AM   
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You got a problem w/ free speech, RUNE!?  YOU SHUT UP, RUNE !

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 9:28:54 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Ursa MAior

quote:

ORIGINAL: Doggie


I'd like to thank the Academy for this honor, and with the help of Jesus I'll do my best to live up to the high standards set for us by visionaries such as Baby Bear and Terminex.

You're all racists!!!! Neener, neener, neener, I win! I win! I called you all racists. Now lock the thread. Lock this thread immediately. I win 'cause I called you racists. And poo poo heads, don't forget poo poo heads.


That was lame, even from you Doggie.



Are you kidding?! The irony alone could win an academy award for hilarious.

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 4:34:28 PM   
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Oh yeah? And who are you to tell me what I can and what I can not do?

Or you have a problem with the freedom of speech? You can call me a strawman and when I prove that you are one you change the subject?


YOU are the one with the problem =).

NOT me =)

I have asked Dave and he agrees =)

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:05:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Rune Iversen


quote:

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Oh yeah? And who are you to tell me what I can and what I can not do?

Or you have a problem with the freedom of speech? You can call me a strawman and when I prove that you are one you change the subject?


YOU are the one with the problem =).

NOT me =)

I have asked Dave and he agrees =)
If he knew the reference he would realize this is freaking hilarious


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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:18:30 PM   
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If he knew the reference he would realize this is freaking hilarious




Well it works on two levels as well there is "DAVE" and there is "Dave".....

I wonder how the Duff is going these days or if the sound of one hand clapping was a good insomnia medicene???

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:25:32 PM   
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Sally Field is disturbing...I hope she dosent have a wardrobe malfunction...she is hot...like cottage cheese is spicy...her Smokey and the bandit days I would spring for dinner at Denny's say...

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RE: What is your favorite WWII tank? - 2/21/2007 5:26:47 PM   
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Well it works on two levels as well there is "DAVE" and there is "Dave".....

I wonder how the Duff is going these days or if the sound of one hand clapping was a good insomnia medicene???



http://forum.daves-universe.com/index.php?sid=ee02996575892732539a693f9e256084

Not really a lot of activity. But I guess most of it is "Hidden"

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