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    I miss the Bilge... And my Mom. Nox is still cashing the checks so he must be kicking....

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    nox hasn't returned my calls, i was wondering if he sobered up

    hey ray, just wondering if you got your sence of smell back after all that welding spatter got in your nose?
    good to see you around here again, hope you hang around a while i'd like to hear what your up to these days mate!
    it's time to change the air in my head

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    Didn't he get Rhino Liner on his hootis too

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    i do believe he did!
    it's time to change the air in my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaco View Post
    nox hasn't returned my calls, i was wondering if he sobered up
    At the only phone available to Nox he can only make outgoing collect calls, and so far nobody will accept the charges......Ben
    The future is forged on the anvil of history...The interpreter of history wields the hammer... - Unknown author...

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    heck he can call me collect, i still have his credit card # to pay for the call
    it's time to change the air in my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Didn't he get Rhino Liner on his hootis too
    That wasn't Ray, it was some other bloke that managed to do it. I have seen the story posted on several different truck sites over the years.
    The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible - Arthur C. Clarke

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    I remember the bed liner thread. It was pretty funny. As for the molten metal in the snozzle. I remember that bring a tear to the eye I don't lay under big yellow mohines and weld any more so hopefully that experience is in the past. Another good one is a molten welder bit down the ear. Once it hits the wax its like a catherine wheel. A real privilege.

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    It is good to see our friend, Ray.

    Hunter
    I don't care if it hurts, I want to have control, I want a perfect body, I want a perfect soul. - Creep by Radiohead

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