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    Default Of Course

    OPPs wrong button
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    And what is the correct button?

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    Originally posted by tanker5117
    And what is the correct button?

    EJECT!

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    No, no! It's "Smokescreen" or "Turbo Boost"

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    No, I thought it was "FIRE"!!!!!!
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    How about the "On" button? "Fire Alarm, Engine 1.... uh, Fire Alarm????"

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    Better than "panic" button......
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    THE BIG RED BUTTON!

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    oh man...

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    You know, the big red button...next to the hoobiedoobie, which is next to the watchamacallit and thingamajig...or was that the small blue button.....
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    Try the "AnyKey"

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    the flux capacitor maybe out of alignment........... muffler bearing to tight ? the floogan not meeting the Gneutin ?
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    Press the NOS button!!!
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    Default No..

    You have to push the left-handed smoke shifter

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    Originally posted by Quigger
    THE BIG RED BUTTON!
    No, not the red button, never push the red button!!!
    Why do I *always* have to be the calm one?
    Note to self: first spell check then post.

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    But I wanna push it!

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    If it's there and you tell me not to push it I will!!
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    It's not the left-handed smoke shifter, it's the 4-legged tripod.

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    ...located right next to the hose stretcher and left handed axe.

    And I thought you always pushed the Blue button, or was that cut the Blue wire?

    Somebody get out the manual.
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    Manual? That got thrown away years ago because it was taking up valuable tool space!

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