The tires on almost all cars and trucks are made out of rubber, vulcanized
to give it strength, while still leaving it soft and flexible. This serves
to give the car traction on the road, and the ability to absorb the bumps
that come from rolling on an uneven surface.
In case you were wondering... :)
On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 07:23:42 -0800, azwiley1 wrote:
are you using windows or linux?
if your looking for a free reader why not FreeAgent or Mozilla
Thunderbird? these should be good choices for Windows
i use Pan for my news reader on my linux system.
or do you have a news server issue in witch case.............
Didn't you just get done berating a guy who was asking for free OBD-II
stuff? Now you're looking for free news service?
I paid $8 for 8 gigs of news service, back at the beginning of this year.
I've used about half a gig so far. Cough up the 8 bucks, and quit yer
No, I didn't berate a guy, if you had read it completely Tom you would
have seen that it was a joke. Or are you getting like Roy, the wabbit
and Tbone and overlooking certain things? Selective reading? <bg>
I already pay out the ass for the cable internet service, why show I
pay more? pppppttttttttttttttttt
We pay $60 a month for this slow-ass dish, plus $600 up front for equipment...
and they're to cheap to "support" newsgroups!
I get really a good news server for $3 a month from the folks that sell Agent..
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