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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by thumsup, Oct 14, 2008.
Then YOU can charge HIM for consultation!!!!!!
Well, now, then... remember that: as long as we are in "this half" of the tunnel, tube, straw, cavern, well, whatever - we are entering....
As soon as we go past the Mid-point (wherever THAT is) we will be "exiting"
Wait, are we moving TOWARDS the light to fix it or are we moving AWAY from it? I have no clue what you guys are even doing now.
I believe if you look to the original post You will find that the light has been turned off. So actually no one has a clue what this is about. For weeks now everyone has been trying to turn off the light that has already been turned off. I think we need to turn it back on myself. If we put the energy expended on putting out a light that is already out into turning it back on we should be successfull .
:neutral: I am really confused :?::?::?: Is the light ON or OFF :razz: where is this tunnel :-( how big is it :-? what do we do about it :cry:. I like my first idea, outsource the problem to another hobby forum over seas.
The light is definitely on....
According to post #5, the guy who was supposed to turn it off had his job "downsized", so it was never turned off....
As to the whereabouts of the infamous tunnel...I have no idea....:cry:
Here is the first post take notice of the part I underlined and changed to red. So now we need to turn it back on.
The light couldn't have been turned off! I done seen it with both my eyeballs. And, if it has been turned off, what...uh........ what is that there white spot we be looking at?
announce1 Don't Go Confusing our issues and ideas with the facts!!!!!
We're on a roll now!! We're making progress!! We're on the right track!!!
.Just because the light bulb that's OFF is on the Left track - Has nothing to do with it!!!!!
We have to get this show on the toad,.. err Road!!!!!
tooth1 goldtoth1 tooth1
FACTS? We don't need no stinking FACTS!
Please, nobody blow either.
After further contemplation, I have come to the conclusion that I will have to get back to you...
Where is my aluminum foil beanie?
I am sorry I didn't mean to cause trouble just a new delema, in that it must be turned back on.
sign1sign1 No trouble!! If you didn't steer us straight once in a while.. We would REALLY be lost!!
Imagine that.. "us" losing our way... What a concept! :cry::cry::cry:
What about post #5...??? The light is on...I tell ya'...!!!!
I seen it with my own eyes....!!!
I am so sorry Gus, that was me with a flash light. I was trying to turn it back on but the Marines were a little too much for me. If there weren't so many of them I could have made it, or if I had 2 good arms even with bum leg (stroke) I think I could have fixed it
Plus, his aluminum foil beanie fell down over his forehead and he couldn't see. That's why I crimp mine extra tight around the ears. :mrgreen:
now I really AM confused... (more than normal) Were you trying to turn the flashlight back on? Or where you using the flashlight to find the "light" to turn IT back on?? Or, where you looking for the light's Switch, to turn the switch back on???
Post 160!!!!!! Geeze - will we EVER get this thing back on??????
by the way....... it's been almost a MONTH (10-14-08 ) since the light was First reported "Extinguished"... This could take till next year to figure out!!!
It's about time then that we struck a committee to determine what the real problem is...
See also "Beating a Dead Horse", especially #6 below:
Beating A Dead Horse
Dakota tribal wisdom says that when you discover you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount.
However, government bureaucracies often try other strategies with dead horses, including the following:
1. Buying a stronger whip.
2. Changing riders.
3. Saying things like "This is the way we always have ridden this horse."
4. Arranging to visit other sites to see how they ride dead horses.
5. Increasing the standards to ride dead horses.
6. Appointing a committee to study the dead horse.
7. Waiting for the horse's condition to improve from this temporary downturn.
8. Providing additional training to increase riding ability.
9. Passing legislation declaring "This horse is not dead."
10. Blaming the horse's parents.
11. Acquiring additional dead horses for increased speed.
12. Declaring that "No horse is too dead to beat."
13. Providing additional funding to increase the horse's performance.
14. Commissioning a study to see if private contractors can ride it cheaper.
15. Removing all obstacles in the dead horse's path.
16. Taking bids for a state-of-the art dead horse.
17. Declaring the horse is "better, faster and cheaper" dead.
18. Revising the performance requirements for horses.
19. Saying the horse was procured with cost as an independent variable.
20. Raising taxes (any excuse will do).
And if all else fails:
21. Promote the dead horse to a supervisory position
Available at various sites on the web, above version from http://arkanabar.tripod.com/dedhorse.html