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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-18-2019, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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Please put your location in your profile

I am noticing lots of new people here lately, which is a GREAT thing and we are glad you are here and decided to join. But could you please put your location in your profile, we don't need your mailing address, but at least a state would be nice.
I understand there will be a few "black helicopter / big brother watching " people but sometimes it helps to know where you are if you are selling or have a problem, maybe someone is near you to lend a hand or loan a tool...whatever.


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I have made the same request. It makes it so much easier to respond to requests, either selling or buying, or even offering assistance. You never know, you may have a very knowledgeable person right down the road that can help you out if they know you are in the neighborhood.

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Helicopters,, Yeah a Chinook fly over my house a couple days ago so low it rattled stuff in side
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I like it when you have to guess what year car they have...... that's my pet peeve.
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I didn't realize it wasn't listed. Thanks for the Heads Up
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I like it when you have to guess what year car they have...... that's my pet peeve.
Yep, that too.
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Not only the newbies but I've noticed "senior members" not having an area location listed.....

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Instructions on how this is done? Thanks.
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I like it when you have to guess what year car they have...... that's my pet peeve.

I've got a green mustang that idles rough. Any ideas on what the problem could be?


If I could have given less information, I would have.
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I've got a green mustang that idles rough. Any ideas on what the problem could be?


If I could have given less information, I would have.
Based on the information provided, it must be your blinker fluid
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You guys are cracking me up 😂

I hope lower Alabama is ok, if I said Daleville, people would say "where the h.. is that?" But when you say helicopters, well now they fly around here all the time, I am just outside of Ft. Rucker, (where), the home of Army Aviation.

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I've got a green mustang that idles rough. Any ideas on what the problem could be?


If I could have given less information, I would have.
Says the guy with no location in his profile

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Covered under quote #2 below......

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I just shake my head.

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