Add a Word. Keep it Model T related if you can --
Must be snowing over there - time to change the oil?
The weather here is fine. I'm stuck at my sons house awaiting a delivery for him. Not much to do here either.
I understood to add words that we relate to the Model T. In that case my word is:
Crank thread (like this one)
crank kickback (ouch)
Cranky old man
This is exactly the kind of crap that helped cause the recent crash.Give the OT's a break guys!
Crankey_t (my user name).
Eric is right.
Add one word at a time (sometimes two or three) that relates to the previous word.
The best ones are usually the first thing that comes to your mind.
Poor Jack is an unhappy boy that needs a chill pill so he can have a bit of fun.
Fred,ordinarily I would tell you exactly what and where you could put your comment,but I promised Mom I'd be good this week cause it is Chickasha.Now,instead of wasting even more band space,you'all have a nice day.
Jack - I'm guessing that it would be pointless to ask you what your favorite video game is too, right?
U guys have too much time on your hands. Go out and work on your Model T or something constructive.
Third grade game with first grade answers. Someone should explain word association.
I am not interested in joining a Model T Word Association. Too many purists
at shows saying everyone used the wrong letters, or in the wrong order or whatever.
handle - name (as in "Randle's handle is Randall"...)
Not yet "T" weather here...
I continue to be fascinated by the variety of wisdom dispensed on this Forum.
Thanks for the "Lesson of the Day" Ken.
Some folks are cranky and trying to start something.
You're right David. Starting a Model T forum would be grand! Wouldn't it be great to come to a Model T forum and actually see posts related to Model T restoration and repair? Let's get this started!
2 piece crankshaft
A week in Las Vegas many miles from my T makes me do strange things.
2 piece pulley