Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by roostersgt, Mar 12, 2013.
I owned a original ms 440 that didn't have a decomp. Also it had a Stihl cylinder.
Is the phrase, "washed up has been", an insult, or is it a compliment to a "never was"? BTW Bob, I'm watching you.................with admiration only. Is that okay?
I think I may actually be developing psychic abilities! I #### you not, Given only the OP and the thread title, I was able to accurately predict the cast and plot of this entire episode, even Bob's cameo at the end!
I don't think you'll be able to squeeze many dead kittens into that one Wayne. I suggest getting a cylinder with a larger bore.
More dead kittens=more saw chips flying.
Tom doesn't have any credits because he spent his helping me get a new big toe nail after I lost mine in a tragic but comical accident involving a cattle prod and a fast-moving manure truck.
My psychic abilities just failed me!!! Where's Christopher Walken when I need him!
A friend in need is a friend, indeed.
Just glad I could help a brother out.
Pics? Or maybe, on second thought....
this thread .............it needs more cowbell..................
Nice post! And sig worthy :msp_thumbup:
You should try it some time. It would do you good.
Expect the unexpected from Jacob.. now I'm off to find some dead kittens
Sage advice from one of the flippinest floppers that ever flipped a flop. :msp_wink:
Dang you Tom, you made me suffer a carbonation burn to the inside of my nostrils again. Besides the fact that the above post makes me long for summer, so I can "bust out" some of my Hippie footwear.
Who turned this thread into a sticky?:msp_confused:
Not sure, but it sure is a lot easier to find.
What's a sticky?
I believe it's when you pay (with otherwise useless credits) to keep a thread at the top of the list in a specific forum.
I might be wrong. As you are aware, "I'm not a bright man, but I'm no advocate of stupidity".
Its kinda like a dingleberry but a little different. :fart:
That's quite an ingenious idea and sure would make it easier to find the threads with lots of useful info, such as this one.
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