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PostSubject: Question looking for an answer....   November 1st 2017, 9:12 am

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I was asked about the Friends listing we have and how it works, guess I never paid attention or could answer the concerns.

I see this :

Your friends list allows a rapid access with the members with whom you often discuss.

These requests are pending, they haven't yet been accepted or refused by the receiver.

How do you work/use these was the original question asked?  Question   Exclamation

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 1st 2017, 10:36 am

You're on my list, so you must have figured it out in the past. I don't think I asked you?

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 1st 2017, 11:40 am

Thanks Pete.

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 3rd 2017, 9:55 pm

I'll show you tomorrow,  It's real tiny to see.
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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 5:28 am

I'm not on anybodies Friend List!   I'm an outcasts outcast.  A pariah!  Sad

Maybe I just smell funny.
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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 5:52 am

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I'm not on anybodies Friend List!   I'm an outcasts outcast.  A pariah!  Sad

Maybe I just smell funny.

You can ask to be someone's friend. Click on Profile, then click on Friends and Foes. It's obvious after that.

I just sent a request to you.

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 8:11 am

@Old Smoke wrote:
I'm not on anybodies Friend List!   I'm an outcasts outcast.  A pariah!  Sad

Maybe I just smell funny.


Ditto Smokey "I just smell funny".......  lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 8:24 am

Better than not smelling at all. How boring.

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 2:15 pm

@Bear Claw wrote:
Better than not smelling at all. How boring.

Wish I could taste or smell now, lost those senses 20 years ago by mistake.  A friend and myself had contracted to finish a dozen muzzleloading barrels, butt plates, trigger guards for several builders in the Denver area. They wanted the "motteled gray" look like seen on old weapons with the nice patina.  We knew how to get this after playing around in several attempts. We were using Chlorox and Casey' Cold Bluing very carefully. I had a brainstorm of a faster way to do the process - mix both items together then dip the pieces in. "Sounds good, lets do it" was my friends comment.

I filled a tuna can 1/2 full of Chlorox and then started to pour in the cold bluing - man there was a pastel green gas came up out of the can. That odor put both of us on the floor in seconds, we crawled out of the garage, got away from the door then watched the smoke roll out of the garage. After regrouping I ran inside with my nose and mouth covered grabbed that can and threw it into the trash can outside. I'm having problems breathing and my friend points at the trashcan - now the pastel green smoke is coming out of it. That last for several minutes.

It took several days to recover from that screw-up, then I noticed my ability to smell or taste had changed to zero. Went to the doctor to receive the bad news that my senses may never recover. What we had mixed up was close to mustard gas like used decades before in warfare. My friend passed away last year and like me has never gotten the taste or smelling back. Bottom line don't screw around with adding anything to Chlorox - follow the instructions only.   :Hide

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PostSubject: Re: Question looking for an answer....   November 4th 2017, 2:16 pm

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@Bear Claw wrote:
Better than not smelling at all. How boring.

Wish I could taste or smell now, lost those senses 20 years ago by mistake.  A friend and myself had contracted to finish a dozen muzzleloading barrels, butt plates, trigger guards for several builders in the Denver area. They wanted the "motteled gray" look like seen on old weapons with the nice patina.  We knew how to get this after playing around in several attempts. We were using Chlorox and Casey' Cold Bluing very carefully. I had a brainstorm of a faster way to do the process - mix both items together then dip the pieces in. "Sounds good, lets do it" was my friends comment.

I filled a tuna can 1/2 full of Chlorox and then started to pour in the cold bluing - man there was a pastel green gas came up out of the can. That odor put both of us on the floor in seconds, we crawled out of the garage, got away from the door then watched the smoke roll out of the garage. After regrouping I ran inside with my nose and mouth covered grabbed that can and threw it into the trash can outside. I'm having problems breathing and my friend points at the trashcan - now the pastel green smoke is coming out of it. That last for several minutes.

It took several days to recover from that screw-up, then I noticed my ability to smell or taste had changed to zero. Went to the doctor to receive the bad news that my senses may never recover. What we had mixed up was close to mustard gas like used decades before in warfare. My friend passed away last year and like me has never gotten the taste or smelling back. Bottom line don't screw around with adding anything to Chlorox - follow the instructions only.   :Hide

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