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From: saje188papu [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2017 12:51 PM
To: apienboate@sympatico.ca
Subject: buch of mlp h8ters

A good driver that hasn’t driven in the snow is likely not a good driver (no offense). Maybe with enough track experience where you’ve lost grip enough that you instinctively know how to react when the rear end starts to slide out is enough training to help prepare you for snow in a RWD sports car. My guess is that you should get winter tires (at least), chains if they are suggested and will work on the 8 or rent something more appropriate.

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From: saje188papu [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2017 4:41 PM
To: apienboate@sympatico.ca
Subject: Sandwich shirts?

It’s one thing when Liverpool play Chelsea and your fans sing it. It’s understandable when we play rivals, like Everton or United. Hell, if Gerrard’s on the pitch I get the idea behind it.

It baffles me though that I’ll *still* hear the song being sung between two teams that had absolutely fuck all to do with him slipping, and didn’t benefit from it in any way.

Out of curiosity though, are there many other songs that are sung by multiple teams about another team’s player?

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From: saje188papu [mailto:]
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2017 1:41 AM
To: apienboate@sympatico.ca
Subject: What does mtv mean?

Asking for thoughts, so here we go:

There are no other games like Smash Bros, and I love playing it competitively. I tried Mortal Kombat and Soul Calibur and it never felt the same. I know Smash was designed to be a casual experience, but something about the game has captured my heart and taken very deep roots. It’s satisfying to me to know that I am good at a game I love that much, and I’ve made SEVERAL lasting friendships through competitive Smash Bros.

I think anyone and everyone who plays it competitively knows that it wasn’t designed to be. That’s why we have to manipulate the game settings so much for tournament play (stock w/ time, team attack, no items, etc.) and why certain stages are usually banned in tournament play. But at the end of the day a tournament is about sitting down, playing some badass games, and finding out who the champion is. As long as everyone has fun doing that we don’t need to worry about the future.

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From: saje188papu [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, July 23, 2017 8:55 PM
To: apienboate@sympatico.ca
Subject: Add operations maps 🙂

I agree that this can be a mechanism for reducing water to a small degree if the hand warmers are air activated, (there are many types that are not). You really do seem to have a good handle on theory of the reaction, but the engineering is where you are a bit weak. Unless the hand warmers are very large, you neglected to do your stoichiometry and calculate the actual ability for the hand warmer to react with a quantity of water.

In real world terms the heat has more to do with the drying of the clothes, not the fraction used reacting with the tiny amount of iron in the hand warmer.

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