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    TR2/3/3A Re: tr3 spare tire fit

    How 'bout deflating the tire?
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    Ctrl+x Ctrl+c Ctrl+v

    Thank you, and rest in peace, Larry Tesler.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-51567695

    Developer of Cut, Copy, Paste, and other tools.


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  3. Thread: Paperless!

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    Re: Paperless!

    Brilliant! They save, but you pay. Give that company a banana! :banana:
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    Re: Paperless!

    Randall - I've got Fidelity too. Best financial decision I ever made - and that was 30 years ago.

    One reason I've been pushing the "paperless" issue: I work with dozens of people in their 70s...
  5. Thread: DNA tests

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    Re: DNA tests

    On a related tack ... aren't most of those public record archives actually free? (census records, birth/death records)
  6. Thread: New Car

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    Re: New Car

    Great looking car - and a happy owner to boot. (no pun intended ...)

    So how do you deal with the lack of high-tech digital devices, electronics, self-parking, voice commands, etc.? :jester:
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    Re: Paperless!

    Great cartoon! Like Mrs. Wiggins always polishing her nails.

    I like the PDF statement feature too, and I've recently done PDF screenshots of ebay and craigslist ads ... just in case.

    Anyway, I...
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    Re: Looks ain't everything

    Ian: "just drive it and enjoy."

    That's the way it should be!
    Tom M.
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    Re: New Model A project

    Looks like a photo is in your post now.

    If you want it larger, just choose Edit, then double click the image. You'll see some size choices.
    Let us know if this helps.
    Tom M.
  10. Thread: Paperless!

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    Re: Paperless!

    A Pollyanna I'm not. But definitely feeling less welcome than before.
    Open discussion among people is good; doesn't have to be happy all the time.
    Back to my cave.
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    Paperless!

    I wondered if there's anyone else who's "underwhelmed" by paperless billing.

    All my utilities, store accounts, etc. now use paperless billing. Option to keep paper billing is now gone. Get an...
  12. Thread: DNA tests

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    Re: DNA tests

    Thanks gentlemen. This is the first I've heard you have to opt in for the personal connection actions. Sounds good to me.
    Tom M.
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    Re: DNA tests

    Thanks Bob. To me, the issue isn't the DNA service seeing possible connections. It's that the service seems to share the connections.

    Say, you mention "some of the people that contacted me ..."....
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    Re: Drive Your Triumph day photos.

    David - great photos! Tell us more about Ocmulgee and the mounds. That building in the first photo looks like it might be a WPA project from the 1930s or 40s.

    Tom M.
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    Re: DNA tests

    I don't feel the need to have a DNA test, but certainly understand that some folks find it interesting and useful.

    But I still wonder how a DNA test could tell you about a possible connection to a...
  16. Re: Automobile Safety (Passengers--about 1957)

    Harold - thanks for the info. I'm always fascinated by the old popular mechanics and electronics magazines.

    Interesting that Nash installed seatbelts in its Statesman and Ambassador cars in 1950....
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    Re: DNA tests

    Mike - "For my brother,he got a hint pointing to an older lady down south."

    What kind of info about that lady was shared by the DNA outfit? That's what I'm wondering about. General ancestry - no...
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    Re: Expanding the skill set

    Where have I heard that before ...
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    MGA Re: Mystery MGA chassis part

    I can't tell the size of the part from the photo, but check out #11 in this suspension diagram:

    https://mossmotors.com/mga/suspension-steering/rear-suspension-2
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    Re: Electric car owners?

    JP - true that. One difference however is that when "horseless carriages" were first getting popular (when I was only a teen ...), gasoline was already available in hardware and farm supply stores....
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    Re: Electric car owners?

    GLemon - bravo. Excellent concise statement of the issues.

    I wonder if there's a reference somewhere that computes the cost to recharge the EV's battery. Here in Connecticut, with power at...
  22. Thread: DNA tests

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    DNA tests

    I wondered if anyone here has used a home DNA test. Something like:

    https://www.cvs.com/shop/homedna-ancestry-test-starter-advanced-dna-testing-options-for-ancestry-prodid-1710192

    On this...
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    Re: Electric car owners?

    Here you go. Now available for purchase.

    https://f243afc5-bc2e-45c8-9296-e4d481fadbd7.filesusr.com/ugd/3017b1_1e93ba59b98a4a07abfa05946cb01f8d.pdf
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    Re: Electric car owners?

    Nothing new in compressed air vehicles. Very limited range - and you still need energy to compress the air!

    (Reminds me of a line from the old Our Miss Brooks TV show. Osgood Conklin is proud of...
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    Re: Looks ain't everything

    Ian - welcome to BCF. Looks ain't everything - for sure.

    You are a lucky man to have such a great looking car. That is the true classic of the 60s, I think. How'd you get interested in having...
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