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User is offline Jul 04 2012 10:17 AM

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Member Title:
Look! An undead mouse!
24 years old
July 6, 1990
Male Male
Becoming an engineer without going mad, via large doses of Dew and activities involving weaponry.

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AIM  Da UndeadMouse
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  1. In Topic: True or False

    24 June 2012 - 10:21 AM

    My window says no, but I got rain a couple days ago.

    TNP joined after I did.
  2. In Topic: I'm new to this sport

    24 June 2012 - 10:16 AM

    No, it was a poor attempt at a joke, but the point still stands. Skimp and rush on any of those and you will have a bad time.

    And I didn't quit, I just didn't spend enough effort to keep playing while living at uni. On-campus housing tends to not let one have things resembling weapons.
  3. In Topic: I'm new to this sport

    23 June 2012 - 04:09 AM

    It's in my opinion that masks are something, like air tanks, wives, and tools, you shouldn't skimp on to save a few bucks, as it usually comes back later to bite you and cost more money. Find a paintball shop nearby you and go try on masks until you find one that fits.

    Also, Welcome!
  4. In Topic: Drill press help

    21 June 2012 - 07:22 AM

    The only things I could find about it was the manufacturer went out of business due to a cease and desist order from Delta in 1985, made your typical selection of bigger machinery tools (drill presses, lathes, etc.), and were medium/low sort of quality, as they were Taiwanese knock-offs of existing brands. This was from a few forum posts and the google books entry for a bunch of similar orders regarding woodworking machine manufacturers.

    Besides that, any information is going to be difficult, since this was long before the internet was a thing, so manuals and parts are probably not going to be available. It is a drill press however, and in my experience a drill press is a drill press is a drill press, especially the older ones, so it isn't like they are difficult to figure out how to repair.
  5. In Topic: True or False

    20 June 2012 - 09:04 PM

    F, my right forearm hurts though.

    TNP hasn't played paintball this year.


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