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07-19-2015 07:40 PM
jw2170 I don't 'retire' my old tools. I just hang on to them until they die of old age....LOL.
07-19-2015 09:14 AM
schnewj
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Originally Posted by Stick486 View Post
one???
trade in for 2 or 3 20 year olds...
That's a mistake! 20 year old girls, nowadays, are un-trainable. The frustration would put you in the grave.
07-18-2015 02:26 PM
Stick486
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Originally Posted by Herb Stoops View Post
Oh, I thought you meant retiring the old girl friend,and getting a new one.
Herb
one???
trade in for 2 or 3 20 year olds...
07-18-2015 01:58 PM
RainMan 2.0
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Originally Posted by Herb Stoops View Post
Oh, I thought you meant retiring the old girl friend,and getting a new one.
Herb
At your guyses age you don't actually still do you know what
07-18-2015 01:06 PM
Herb Stoops Oh, I thought you meant retiring the old girl friend,and getting a new one.
Herb
07-17-2015 09:51 PM
Nickp
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Originally Posted by RainMan1 View Post

Gee talk about misinterpreting something lol
I edited the post so that doesn't happen with anyone else...thanks...
07-17-2015 09:24 PM
RainMan 2.0
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Originally Posted by Nickp View Post
not us, Rick...our tools...

Gee talk about misinterpreting something lol
07-17-2015 09:19 PM
Nickp
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Originally Posted by RainMan1 View Post
Gee Nick I'm never going to retire so it would be like a kick in the groin every time a new post came out. It's kinda like dropping out of high school and not being part of the ceremonies
not us, Rick...our tools...
07-17-2015 08:23 PM
RainMan 2.0
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Originally Posted by Nickp View Post
It's obvious to me that there is a real need for a formal routerforums retirement ceremony.

I suggest we pool our creative juices and create one...

Something like:
1. Create a "Retirement" thread/sub-forum
2. Post a picture of the retiree
3. Tell a loving story about its faithful service
4. At an appointed hour, say Saturday/other night, we lift a glass in honor of the retirees in the thread
5. Recite an agreed ceremonial verse (of some sort)
6. (...repeat 4. as desired...)

...or something like this...

What say ye...?
Gee Nick I'm never going to retire so it would be like a kick in the groin every time a new post came out. It's kinda like dropping out of high school and not being part of the ceremonies
07-17-2015 07:38 PM
Nickp It's obvious to me that there is a real need for a formal routerforums retirement ceremony for our old tools.

I suggest we pool our creative juices and create one...

Something like:
1. Create a "Retirement" thread/sub-forum
2. Post a picture of the retiree
3. Tell a loving story about its faithful service
4. At an appointed hour, say Saturday/other night, we lift a glass in honor of the retirees in the thread
5. Recite an agreed ceremonial verse (of some sort)
6. (...repeat 4. as desired...)

...or something like this...

What say ye...?
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