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Old 10-18-2010, 08:00 PM   #31
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Hi Greg...welcome to yellowbullet.
I've heard a few things over the years....maybe you'd like to address them?
You've never owned any of your own diesel projects?
You were fired from Banks, not left on your own?
Your dragster has never made a pass?
Things like that....I'm just curious.


BTW....you don't have to call people we both know asking about me because you're scared.
You should be scared. lol

Go ahead....tell everyone how I'm jealous of you and I don't know anything nor have I ever done anything.
You can probably copy and paste it from CompD....jut like your infomercial of a thread so far.
Did you run out of people in the diesel world to milk for free parts and feel the need to start here? lol

See ya soon, buddy.
I was wondering when CompD was going to find this thread when I started reading.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:06 PM   #32
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Please note all of the I's used and the lack of WE's used.
Greg has forgotten how many people helped him along the way and just needs his ego stroked now. I don't think he can live without hearing how great he is on a daily basis.
Wait till the name dropping starts...he's raced with everyone from WJ to John Force. Yet nobody's ever heard of him. lol

I met Greg the first time in Denver in 05 or so...pompous ass then....pompous ass to this day.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:06 PM   #33
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Hi Greg...welcome to yellowbullet.
I've heard a few things over the years....maybe you'd like to address them?
You've never owned any of your own diesel projects?
You were fired from Banks, not left on your own?
Your dragster has never made a pass?
Things like that....I'm just curious.


BTW....you don't have to call people we both know asking about me because you're scared.
You should be scared. lol

Go ahead....tell everyone how I'm jealous of you and I don't know anything nor have I ever done anything.
You can probably copy and paste it from CompD....jut like your infomercial of a thread so far.
Did you run out of people in the diesel world to milk for free parts and feel the need to start here? lol

See ya soon, buddy.

Don't you have a Show 'n Shine truck to tend too?

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Old 10-18-2010, 08:07 PM   #34
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I was wondering when CompD was going to find this thread when I started reading.
We were notified immediately. lol
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:14 PM   #35
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I saw it first!
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:19 PM   #36
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Don't you have a Show 'n Shine truck to tend too?

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Yes'm. lol
It's still faster than Greg's dragster at the moment. lol
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:39 PM   #37
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Hi Greg...welcome to yellowbullet.
I've heard a few things over the years....maybe you'd like to address them?
You've never owned any of your own diesel projects?
You were fired from Banks, not left on your own?
Your dragster has never made a pass?
Things like that....I'm just curious.


BTW....you don't have to call people we both know asking about me because you're scared.
You should be scared. lol

Go ahead....tell everyone how I'm jealous of you and I don't know anything nor have I ever done anything.
You can probably copy and paste it from CompD....jut like your infomercial of a thread so far.
Did you run out of people in the diesel world to milk for free parts and feel the need to start here? lol

See ya soon, buddy.

Kinda funny... I used to be into the diesel thing a few years back and I remember all the same stuff... Dr. Performance if I remember right... lol.
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:16 PM   #38
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Hey stupid....you spelled your own username incorrectly.
You always capitalize everything. lol
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:48 PM   #39
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Sweet. My first post on YB.
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Old 10-18-2010, 10:06 PM   #40
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how did i miss this yesterday ..... oh man, may as well move this thread up top now. "engine program" ..... awesome. greg you're something else... welcome to yb, prepare to catch one.
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Old 10-18-2010, 10:09 PM   #41
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Hi Greg...welcome to yellowbullet.
I've heard a few things over the years....maybe you'd like to address them?
You've never owned any of your own diesel projects?
You were fired from Banks, not left on your own?
Your dragster has never made a pass?
Things like that....I'm just curious.


BTW....you don't have to call people we both know asking about me because you're scared.
You should be scared. lol

Go ahead....tell everyone how I'm jealous of you and I don't know anything nor have I ever done anything.
You can probably copy and paste it from CompD....jut like your infomercial of a thread so far.
Did you run out of people in the diesel world to milk for free parts and feel the need to start here? lol

See ya soon, buddy.
i was wondering when this was going to happen lol
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Old 10-18-2010, 11:41 PM   #42
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And the shit stain of the diesel industry slides on to YB.
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Old 10-18-2010, 11:43 PM   #43
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I have only just begun.
It's freakin hilarious...a week or so ago he though I was threatening to kick his ass so he called a mutual friend to ask if I was serious. Didn't have the balls to call me in person....little bitch that he is.

Guys this is one of those backwards people that uses his position as a moderator on the diesel forums to show his jealousies. He’s just jealous that he has never done anything but be a big nobody, like this high post count no ET!!!!!! Looks like he rallied the rest of the nobody’s to come over to play their games

He continues to spread his lies. and threaten people , ill take you up on that you chicken shit , next time , don’t worry about talking , because I’ll start without a word , you just a coward chickenshit bully , who’s hide behind a forum


SO anytime, it’s time to get it on , or STFU coward.

Looks like you the same pretentious nobody over here as well,


so you can threten as much as you want , im game for it , any time your man enought to back up you chicken shit threats

on this forun you can cut and past forming a new thread to make things out of context,
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Welcome to YellowBullet compD crew! Go hit the newbie section!
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