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dude...103 more people are yet to die on the countries road ways TODAY...

lets ban guns

 

Very good point, but if that's the case why are people concerned about the Boston Bombings, school shootings, Trayvon-Zimmerman, etc,,? Just because it's accident? And these accidents cannot be prevented? Plus, how do I know this was an accident for sure? With the War on Terror going on we must be vigilant and be suspicious of everyone, especially those who forget purses or backpacks at those beloved Malls.

 

Let's say this truck driver fell asleep at the wheel, shouldn't Obama make a special agency to combat this sort of thing? Isn't he going to comment on it? He "comments" on other trivial and frivolous stuff--isn't Obama about saving lifes? And what about car collision safety, most welds on cars are robotic, and most these welds aren't passing the mustered, why isn't Obama talking about this? Why aren't people concerned about this and yet they will cry about the Syrians Assad is killing, or those tragic Domestic Terrorist incidents, about guns, about that poor Jew in Israel who got 3 stitches on hand from a Palestinian home made mortar, etc.,,, why are people such hypocrites and so dumb?

 

 

WELD & PRODUCT LIABILITY
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judge.gifMany of the poor welds witnessed for decades in auto / truck plants, along with the overwhelming evidence of corporate / manufacturing management process control apathy will one day provide the ammunition lawyers require. It will not take rocket science to prove that a critical structural component failure of a car / truck in a crash, was partially a result of MIG welds on the vehicle that lacked weld integrity. Lawyers will readily find evidence of poor quality welds due to "manufacturing management / engineering negligence".

 

 

 

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Each day thousands die in vehicle collisions, yet

how many may have lived if the vehicle welds

and structure were built in the manner the

designer and manufacturing instructions required?

 

 
Defective Welds.

dana%20worst%20welds.jpgYou will rarely see a car or truck recall for "defective welds", as they would have to replace almost every global vehicle. Lets face it, an auto or truck manufacturer will take great care in it's "product failure descriptions" and for good reason. For example if a company discloses that the truck or car frame has a structural defect issue, it's typically an indication of a major manufacturing process control break down and that process is usually the welding process.

A repeating major weld defect would point to the inability of highly paid manufacturing management and highly qualified engineers to regulate and optimize a simple, two control, 50 year old manufacturing process, a process that an 11 year old could learn in a few hours. lots more: http://www.weldreality.com/Bad%20Weld%20Trucks.htm

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Obama coddling the car industry caused the trailer to come off it's tractor?

 

LOL. Excellent #12--why no concern of the structural safety of the vehicle it hit? So desperate to defend the War Criminal and corporate whore and you say you have no concern about Syria receiving those S-300 missles....hogwash.

 

 

 

12. Use a straw man. Find or create a seeming element of your opponent’s argument which you can easily knock down to make yourself look good and the opponent to look bad. Either make up an issue you may safely imply exists based on your interpretation of the opponent/opponent arguments/situation, or select the weakest aspect of the weakest charges. Amplify their significance and destroy them in a way which appears to debunk all the charges, real and fabricated alike, while actually avoiding discussion of the real issues.

 

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Very good point, but if that's the case why are people concerned about the Boston Bombings, school shootings, Trayvon-Zimmerman, etc,,? Just because it's accident? And these accidents cannot be prevented? Plus, how do I know this was an accident for sure? With the War on Terror going on we must be vigilant and be suspicious of everyone, especially those who forget purses or backpacks at those beloved Malls.

 

Let's say this truck driver fell asleep at the wheel, shouldn't Obama make a special agency to combat this sort of thing? Isn't he going to comment on it? He "comments" on other trivial and frivolous stuff--isn't Obama about saving lifes? And what about car collision safety, most welds on cars are robotic, and most these welds aren't passing the mustered, why isn't Obama talking about this? Why aren't people concerned about this and yet they will cry about the Syrians Assad is killing, or those tragic Domestic Terrorist incidents, about guns, about that poor Jew in Israel who got 3 stitches on hand from a Palestinian home made mortar, etc.,,, why are people such hypocrites and so dumb?

 

 

 

judge.gifMany of the poor welds witnessed for decades in auto / truck plants, along with the overwhelming evidence of corporate / manufacturing management process control apathy will one day provide the ammunition lawyers require. It will not take rocket science to prove that a critical structural component failure of a car / truck in a crash, was partially a result of MIG welds on the vehicle that lacked weld integrity. Lawyers will readily find evidence of poor quality welds due to "manufacturing management / engineering negligence".

 

 

 

Defective Welds.

dana%20worst%20welds.jpgYou will rarely see a car or truck recall for "defective welds", as they would have to replace almost every global vehicle. Lets face it, an auto or truck manufacturer will take great care in it's "product failure descriptions" and for good reason. For example if a company discloses that the truck or car frame has a structural defect issue, it's typically an indication of a major manufacturing process control break down and that process is usually the welding process.

A repeating major weld defect would point to the inability of highly paid manufacturing management and highly qualified engineers to regulate and optimize a simple, two control, 50 year old manufacturing process, a process that an 11 year old could learn in a few hours. lots more: http://www.weldreality.com/Bad%20Weld%20Trucks.htm

 

Dammit bend tests they need more bend tests. If you can't pass a bend test... no welder certification for you.

 

This coming from a Tulsafied Welder myself. http://tulsaweldinged.com/?frm=PCGAW :)

 

Been a filthy MIG-ger and a TIG-ger myself !!!!!!!!! :o

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Dammit bend tests they need more bend tests. If you can't pass a bend test... no welder certification for you.

 

This coming from a Tulsafied Welder myself. http://tulsaweldinged.com/?frm=PCGAW :)

 

Been a filthy MIG-ger and a TIG-ger myself !!!!!!!!! :o

 

No coupon test$ for them, that's only for real people who weld who need all the certs in the world just to weld a ornament. Am a Farm Stick Welder, got one of them old AC DC Sears Powr Kraft Welders from 1967 and it still works fine, of course this was before they cheapened many a welder by putting alum wiring and skimped on those big copper plates, can use any size and type of electrode on this thing as well as option of the carbon torch, never went to any school to learn to weld but having a welder on the farm was just a natural thing when growing up. Though for some thinner stuff I do wish I had mig.

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No coupon test$ for them, that's only for real people who weld who need all the certs in the world just to weld a ornament. Am a Farm Stick Welder, got one of them old AC DC Sears Powr Kraft Welders from 1967 and it still works fine, of course this was before they cheapened many a welder by putting alum wiring and skimped on those big copper plates, can use any size and type of electrode on this thing as well as option of the carbon torch, never went to any school to learn to weld but having a welder on the farm was just a natural thing when growing up. Though for some thinner stuff I do wish I had mig.

Welding isn't hard but like anything else mechanical it should be inspected and then returned to service.

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Obama inherited it, but he has failed to address the issue, he wants to talk about other deaths but for some reason wants to coddle the Car Industry. That's what happens when your related to Bush.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh01ZpQaEmk

they forget how the royal family in america works dont they...they wanna hire clinton again..

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