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post #1 of 6 Old 06-28-2012, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
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Maybe I'm just out of the lingo loop, but here is one called "Damage Intervention Device".





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I had to google it and I still don't know what it is.......
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No link Cman. Where is it?
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Maybe I'm just out of the lingo loop, but here is one called "Damage Intervention Device"..
That was the frying pan we slipped in our undies when dad was about to take a belt to us.
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No link Cman. Where is it?
Actually, it's nowhere yet. You heard it first here on WWT. No link...not even mentioned on the internet I don't think. I heard it referred to in part on TV in reference to a car accident with vehicles that were equipped with devices like night vision, and sensory braking.

So, I'm thinking that the terms can really apply to a lot of things that may make a difference in a problem, or no problem. It could apply to just saving face. A few years ago, I backed my truck up the driveway, and just bumped into a palm tree. There was just a little bit of paint damage. Now, for damage like that, I could have told my wife that my Damage Intervention Device malfunctioned. She could then decide if it was my brain or the brakes.





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Man Cman you know the deal no pictures, it didn't happen.
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