LOL ... I've suspect this of you for a month or two, but now we know for
My friend, it is _you_ who have just been "suckered" into admitting what
you have been engaged in, and of even keeping track of your attempts.
Shame on you!
Sorry, dude, find something original, if you're capable ... it's "yabut" and
it's been used to describe your behavior since I began to suspect the
juvenile game you've been playing.
Yep, I know that you've been suckered into admitting your little game, and
of even keeping score, thread by thread.
And now that that's been seltled, go fuck yourself, sucker.
You are one deluded individual. Just what in the hell are you babbling
about now? Here we go again - another Swingman diversion. No wonder you're
called "Swing"man - it's because you keep swinging the conversation to and
fro. You've been called fella. You're just unhappy because you've been
seen for what you are. Don't waste your time trying to divert this and put
it on me again - I have no agenda here.
Admitting? You are delusional dude.
Clever mind of yours there Swingman. Delusional, but clever. You really
should try reading comprehension though - it will help these delusional
spells of yours.
Game? Again you say that. Do tell... just what is this "game". The only
thing I can be accused of is finally getting fed up with your high and
mighty attitude and deciding that I was going to give back tone and texture
exactly as you put it out. And that my delusional friend seems to have
really gotten your goat.
Profound. Not surprising, but profound... considering the source.
I have the same problem with my PC557. My best guess is that there is some
slop in the slide tracks for the motor. On mine with the base held firmly
on my bench I can rock the tail of the motor housing up and down slightly.
I'm thinking about trying to shim the slides.
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