Crew timed out on the road.... - Plausible
Batteries died.... - Plausible
The information blizzard snowed us in.... - Plausible but highly
Sitting by the fire enjoying a nice hot beverage & didn't want to move.... -
Plausible and highly probable.... :)
Dissent is the highest form of patriotism - Thomas Jefferson
Nope - nothing is broken.
Seems that Mr. Newton and all his argumentative buddies all eased off
on postings (or are just lurking).
They are the ones generating most (crappy) traffic on r.m.r.
Peter W. wrote:
> Jon Miller wrote:
>> Normally I get lots of messages on this news group. Lately it's
>> been one to a max of 10 a day. Is something broke?
> Nope - nothing is broken.
> Seems that Mr. Newton and all his argumentative buddies all eased off
> on postings (or are just lurking).
You're wrong. I guess you missed my response to Mark Mathu's question
about MDC coach trucks? And my unsucessful attempts to set some tosser
straight about locomotive boilers?
> They are the ones generating most (crappy) traffic on r.m.r.
LOL! And yet this is another content-free post from Pete Ski.
Ahh.. there you are again. Looks like I was wrong. But that's ok. If
people like me didn't make misteaks, you wouldn't have anybody to set
straight. That would take all your fun away.
As far as content-free, you should know. You're the expert content-free
poster on r.m.r.
Greg Procter wrote:
> Not sure if I qualify as one of Mr.Newton's buddies - however I tend
> to avoid comment (as opposed to question) on subjects I have no
> knowledge or interest in.
You're being facetious when you state this - aren't you?
I'm quite sure you can stuff your own socks where the Australian sun
doesn't shine - why do you ask?
Why are you attempting to extend an exchange that no longer has any
relevance to this ng?
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