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  • #16
    I, for one, own a couple of different brands of welders, including red and blue. None of us go bashing anyone else's gear. I don't really care what machine you have or use. If it works for you, fits your budget and makes you happy, well then good for ya. If you run your head for no other reason than to "show" Miller, then bad for ya. Honest abounds here, and that's refreshing. If miller puts out a piece of junk machine, that costs too much and hurts a guys' bottom line, this bunch here will the first to fire a warning shot across the bow. And clearly the Miller folks are watching, and I think that's awesome. This is pretty much free market research. Maybe that's why they're so profitable, ain't spending a mint on data mining companies.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by aametalmaster
      Sorry to hurt your feelings but I had some complaints. So I deleted the offending problem as I always have done for the last 9 years. Feel free to start another post just as you have with this one. Maybe the guys over at the Lincoln Forum will feel better for you. Please stick around and learn something...Bob

      Miller Moderator Bob, So I post something 100% compliant with the Terms of Use and you delete "the offending problem"?? I posted nothing personal, strictly data from Miller and Lincoln Investors presentations in the public domain.

      Then you have to take cheap personal shots? (e.g "maybe the guys over at the Lincoln Forum will feel better for you", "please stick stick around and learn something") --- aren't THOSE cheap (harassing) shots in violation of the Terms of Use??

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      • #18
        And here it goes.
        if there's a welder, there's a way

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        • #19
          I think it's time for someone to go bye-bye.
          HTP Invertig221 D.V. Water-cooled
          HTP Pro Pulse 300 MIG
          HTP Pro Pulse 200 MIG x2
          HTP Pro Pulse 220 MTS
          HTP Inverarc 200 TLP water cooled
          HTP Microcut 875SC

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          • #20
            Originally posted by FrancisJ View Post


            Miller Moderator Bob, So I post something 100% compliant with the Terms of Use and you delete "the offending problem"?? I posted nothing personal, strictly data from Miller and Lincoln Investors presentations in the public domain.

            Then you have to take cheap personal shots? (e.g "maybe the guys over at the Lincoln Forum will feel better for you", "please stick stick around and learn something") --- aren't THOSE cheap (harassing) shots in violation of the Terms of Use??
            You got me francis. let go back and delete myself. Thanks...Bob
            Bob Wright

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            • #21
              Quit being a crybaby Francis. Nobody took a cheap shot at you. And clearly nobody cares about your stock market numbers. If you were proving a point, I think we all missed it. Maybe you have a crusade against Miller, and I understand that. There are companies that will never get my business again, regardless of how broad their customer base is or how excellent their products are, I'm out. But that is my choice and I don't give two hoots if anyone else continues to do business with them or not. You will find this forum is quite helpful, but not with your current attitude. Nobody cares what machines you like. Chevy? Ford? No. Body. Cares. Please, move on and either ask a productive question or help someone else that needs some guidance. <br />
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              And for the record, this forum is owned by someone other than you or the government and can therefore be "censored" as they see fit. It's a free country Francis. That applies to everyone.

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              • #22
                My 350 pipe pro is throwing entirely to much buckshot, any ideas?

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                • #23
                  Unfortunately, companies are censoring competitive information -- the end user loses and the company looks bad in the process. Twitter is one such example --- they're censoring "right wing", "conservative" voices because they're run by a bunch of belly aching liberals (who are moaning about losing the last elections). Another is Cuba where their recently deceased dictator controlled the Internet -- censoring in any form is bad any way you look at it.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by OscarJr View Post
                    I think it's time for someone to go bye-bye.
                    Oh really? (Go "bye bye" for posting info readily available)?

                    Get a GRIP

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