EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THE RULES AGAIN

Submitted by Turkey on 5/23/06 at 11:55 AM. ( ) 153.26.176.34

There are a bunch of mean disrespectful people that post on this site.

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Naaaaaa...

This response submitted by Crusty on 5/23/06 at 12:18 PM. ( ) 209.165.183.15

there's only a few...


look who is talking Turkey

This response submitted by Mr.T on 5/23/06 at 1:20 PM. ( ) 64.31.6.9

5. Anonymous postings that are mean-spirited are not allowed. The Forums will not be used to belittle, humiliate or blackmail someone's enemies, competitors, or one who wronged them in the past. If you wish to make a public accusation about someone by name, you should be willing to post your own name, address and phone number.


Geeez

This response submitted by Alex on 5/23/06 at 5:33 PM. ( ) 66.32.88.4

I thought Ken owned this site ?


Pay no attention to Alex, like gas...he will pass!

This response submitted by Kim (LMAO) on 5/23/06 at 6:35 PM. ( ) 69.171.240.121

Alex is pounding sand again and he feels grumpy!


DON'T

This response submitted by Alex on 5/23/06 at 9:41 PM. ( ) 66.32.88.4

play with fire kim, you might just get hurt.


To handle a "fire" requires action! --Not a spark plug!

This response submitted by Kim (LMAOROF) on 5/24/06 at 1:12 PM. ( ) 69.171.240.121

Well Alex, I like to use an ABC fire extinguisher-the dry chemical type. It is approved for most applications that a taxidermist might encounter. Another way would be to call the Fire department. Obviously this would mean a serious situation is at hand.

Depending on the circumstances, you could take SAND or SALT and toss it on the small fire and hopefully put it out (don't pound it, just rub it in). Wet sand would work even better.

I hope this information would be helpful for any developing situation. LOL


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