Miller Welder

Have any of you heard of a Miller model JB37? There is an ad for one
and I can't find any information on it. Thanks
Reply to
ConcreteArtist
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I don't see anything like that from Miller. Any chance jb37 is the user name of the guy selling the welder?
Reply to
Curt Welch
I would be suspicious of any seller with user id starting with "jb".
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Reply to
Ignoramus1923
Or worse, "bj"!
Reply to
SteveB
Hummmmm - Since it's a gal selling the Miller perhaps I should check things out.:)
Reply to
ConcreteArtist
Why, Iggy?
j/b
Reply to
justme
Perhaps he was making a reference to the ubiquitous JB Weld .. :-)
Grant
justme wrote:
Reply to
Grant
I am referring to a poster accosting rec.crafts.metalworking, whose initials are J B.
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Reply to
Ignoramus24584
Ah. I gave up on r.c.m., signal to noise ratio got way too low for me. I hung in there from 1994 until about 2008, a lot longer than many people.
Grant
Ignoramus24584 wrote:
Reply to
Grant
Ok, well, I must have missed it.
j/b
Reply to
justme
You mean you couldn't figure out how to work your kill file and filters. The rest of us have ours working nicely, resulting in a good sn ratio.
Reply to
Pete C.
I use the practice of looking at subject line. If it says "Sex with goats", it's usually about that, and I simply pass. Yeah, there's a lot of noise there, but you have to choose to click into it.
Like "Sex with goats". Golleeee, I wonder what that could be ............
click ......................
HTH
Steve
Reply to
SteveB
Sheep are better lovers. Goats twitch too much.
j/b
Reply to
justme
And goats can get their feet out of your boots too easy.
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Reply to
Gunner Asch
I heard the expression the other day, "Happier than a Utah shepherd with a new pair of Velcro gloves."
Steve
Reply to
SteveB
That is a very good one. I love oblique humor, sheep, too.
j/b
Reply to
justme
I always heard the only reason God made women was because he couldn't teach a sheep how to cook.
Reply to
Tim
Great!
j/b
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justme

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