"Stormin' Norman" wrote
| Anyone know of any active auto repair groups?
I don't know if this helps, but there's a lot on
Youtube. I do much of my own work on minor
things. So far I haven't failed to find a video with
instructions. Toyota Tacoma exhaust sensor and
gas fume recirculation box have been two things.
Another was instructions on how to dismantle a
Nissan Frontier dashboard. I don't think I've failed
to find a video yet.
Claire is the best person to ask. These have been great for me....
For electrical problems, these have been best...
One of the best for general mechanical advice, not specialized....
I thought the same thing at first, but then I realized that the OP for this
topic was "Stormin' Norman", not "Stormin Mormon" -- two different posters.
The person who died was Christopher A. Young -- a.k.a. Stormin Mormon; not
the OP of this thread, "Stormin' Norman".
Sorry to be introducing confusion to the group. I have been known by this nickname for many years in real
life and have used the nym on Usenet for quite some time.
I was not acquainted with "Stormin Mormon". Maybe I should modify my nym for this group; I will consider
doing that if I continue to hang around.
Not a problem -- at least not for me. I do remember your posts here in the
past using the same "Stormin' Norman" name. I had just forgotten that for a
moment when I first saw your post, and then I realized that it was you and
not Stormin Mormon.
Personally, I don't think you need to change anything.
Seems I have inadvertently stumbled into an unmarked Usenet minefield. My ancient USMC SERE training taught
me to slowly and carefully back out of such situations, retracing my footsteps exactly. There was a prayer
component involved as well, but that didn't apply to me.
On 09/30/2016 10:43 AM, Stormin' Norman wrote:
He wasn't _that_ bad; just somewhat annoying and low-info-enough to not
bother with monitoring. Not that there aren't a lot that were/are
_much_ worse on both counts...but the other filters work pretty quickly
on the real uglies.
I'd not worry about it if were you and decide to hang around...
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