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Old 10-19-2010, 05:45 PM   #121
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Where is the confusion?
He says he can not afford parts to work on his truck.

Then goes out and buy not one but 2 TDIs.
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:46 PM   #122
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First post on the bullet has to be in the newbie thread....it's the law you phuckstick newbie.
Fuck this law. I do what I want!

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Old 10-19-2010, 05:49 PM   #123
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Fuck this law. I keyboard race where I want!

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You do I.T. for a living and you cant find the newby thread?

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Fuck this law. I do what I want!


Even wearing blush and mascara. How fitting.
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:06 PM   #125
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LMFAO, there's a lurker down there with the funniest userid I've ever seen!
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I thought that was interesting too. lol
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:26 PM   #127
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LMFAO, there's a lurker down there with the funniest userid I've ever seen!
Did it involve the word "soap"?
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Did it involve the word "soap"?
That is the one.
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:39 PM   #129
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You do I.T. for a living and you cant find the newby thread?
I found it... but it wasn't like, in your face obvious.
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:41 PM   #130
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Even wearing blush and mascara. How fitting.
Do I know you from another forum?
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:53 PM   #131
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1991 Camaro 532 symmetric port Chevy
1995 Bos dragster D/ED best time 7.91 @168
2000 Bos Dragster D/ED best time 7.48 @ 172
1995 Camaro SS/DM 8.90 @ 155
1997 Bickel PST Cummins diesel 8.29 @ 167 (Dr Performance)
2003 Dodge ¾ ton Project X diesel 11.21 @ 129.88 6000 lbs 167.88 in mile (Kirk Manuel)
2000 VW beetle diesel 350 hp 13.79 @103 mph 132 mph Texas Mile (not yours either)
1996 Uhara 288 dragster Dmax’s diesel , ??? (Mike Woods)


Greg....you did not OWN any of these cars. You're a lying piece of shit. I wish I knew the rest but it's probably not that hard to find out.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:09 PM   #132
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Is the Beetle 350hp or 400?
Depends on which thread you read I guess...or maybe that's another typo?
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:23 PM   #133
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WOW.....don't really know why I'm reading this thread.....Anyways, I don't know what shit has gone on in the past on other forums, but I thought I'd let you guys know you all look like a bunch of pussies in this thread. Makes me think of something I would read if I were on a "3rd grade girls only" forum.
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:34 PM   #134
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First off, I never found this newby thread, so here is my first post.

Some of you from CompD among other forums would know me. Next season will be my 31st year in drag racing, I have raced many different vehicles, from my mothers car, to pickup trucks, motorcycles to single purpose race cars. My current truck is the fastest unit I have ever raced, I have been consistantly in the 10's with this truck. I say this just so it is on record that I know at least a little bit about racing and diesel engines.

I have never met Greg in person, but I have talked to him many many times at length. I have also purchased product from him. He has never been a jerk, very freindly and very willing to help out in any way that he can. He DOES know his stuff in my opinion. He maybe goes a little overboard from time to time to get his points accross, but really is there anyone out here that dosent push the envelope from time to time?? Really??

I have to say that this thread started out good, with some very good interesting information, and then it went to shit! Its stuff like this that sometimes makes me almost embarassed to drive a diesel race truck....... one person has a problem with someone, says his peice, then all of a sudden there is a bunch of mice that follow along and talk a bunch of shit that sounds cool,, but really isnt. I thought that most of us got out of that when we finished high school.

If you want to call me a Greg fan, whatever. This is not my point, I just cant stand the child like bullshit that happens. The whole reason I got into diesel racing instead of continuing in the gas world was the people, but that seems to be going down the drain.

Well that is my point, take it for what it is worth, say what you will.

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Old 10-19-2010, 07:42 PM   #135
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Morkable,

You know very well this started out as an infomercial for Greg, complete with lies. Decent folks will see that the correct it.
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