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On Jul 8, 2009, at 12:03 AM, Conrad Harrison wrote:

Thanks Christopher. Had a feeling my memory was faulty.
Good techno-karma. I worked for a guy on a contract job who knew everything about threaded fasteners. Ernie was like a walking seminar on the subject. The only thing I can do is pass it on. Before that summer, a bolt was just something stuck in a pair of matching holes to keep parts from falling off. These days it's more like a spiritual thing.

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