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Brian Robinson

What the hell are all of those acronyms????

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I like Bill's take on it better. :)

 

PF 1901 is (or should be) 1901 vintage Pernod et Fils absinthe in the possesion of one TAB. JL1901 is his modern day take on it. I'm sure his lawyer already got an earful from Ricard-Pernod clarifying that subject.

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Sorry Brian, I know the intention was not for people to dig through frivolous acronyms, to find the occational gem. RMGH is definitely used quite a bit, and hopefully get used next year.

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Frivolous acronym used to get OMG's goat.

*smile*

 

And fixed.

 

Oh you suck, I was going back and forth between my post, and your quotation of it, and I couldn't find a difference. I was like :huh: and finally gave up feeling kinda :wacko: :unsure: :twitchsmile:

 

Not until I was looking through a new post list that I wondered who this new Bill fellow was. :) What you did to my mind, is biologically obscene. But kinda funny. :laugh:

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You were right.

 

I was bitching about those things and was wearing one for everyone to see.

 

Let's keep an eye on my posts and see when I slip up. *laughing*

 

Catch me if you can. Neener neener neener! *smiley wink*

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:) What you did to my mind, is biologically obscene. But kinda funny. :laugh:

 

Let us know when you go on vacation and will be away from the forum for a while. :devil:

 

Let's keep an eye on my posts and see when I slip up. *laughing*

 

Catch me if you can. Neener neener neener! *smiley wink*

 

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In the oil patch we use BFHs al the time, they are a very useful tool.

Back in the day I often used a BFH in combination with a bull prick (BP) to drive pins out of cat tracks. Please note this is a two person operation, as no man alive can handle a BFH and a BP at the same time.

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I would imagine M1 tanks still use such advanced tools.

 

Two persons are also needed for using a BFH on threaded fasterners, a second person has to keep the hammer wrench in place with a rope or sling. Otherwise it is dangerous for the person wielding the BFH.

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