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  1. Autumnleaf
    05-24-2016 09:40 PM
    Are you gozer or zul or someone else? I like your avatar. Mine is a mere biker.
  2. Autumnleaf
    05-24-2016 09:40 PM
    It might. The rest vote for Trump who nerfed 16 of the gops best and sights in on Hillary. Your win her is a phyrric victory. Your or my loss here is meh.
  3. Autumnleaf
    05-24-2016 09:18 PM
    I hear ya.
  4. ness2361
    I'm not answering "for" you, or for myself in that thread. But "to" you, I would say, hell yes, making love "and" crying at the same time? Very vulnerable, "logically" or otherwise. Hope you're having a good afternoon, and still looking forward to "Columbus Day".
  5. Beesnthebreeze
    05-21-2016 10:35 PM
    Beesnthebreeze commented on It's over
    Hi! I was surprised by you piping up.. Thanks for the support, wherever it comes from.
  6. Eye on Earth
    05-21-2016 12:31 PM
    Eye on Earth
    *Leaves a pile of Yellow 6 outside your door*

    That stuff is truly nasty.
  7. TheGhostAgent
    I fucking LOL'D. Click the image to open in full size.
  8. Sarea
    05-07-2016 01:38 AM
    That option would have automatically landed that thread in The Lounge, :P
  9. Sarea
    05-07-2016 01:31 AM
    I should have added the option "One hand on the wheel and the other on someone else's lap (or insert body parts)". :P

    Ps: mullet hairstyle worn in this day and age indicates bravery and independence. I'm curious to see it on you though.
  10. Sarea
    05-07-2016 01:16 AM
    Sarea commented on What is your driving style?
    with the same good looks?
  11. Bluestreak
    05-04-2016 12:09 PM
    I've done the 4.0 motor. A total nightmare, especially installing and re-timing the cams. It's easiest in the trucks (with a lift I can have a truck cab off the frame in about 45 minutes, easy access!). It's worst in Explorers and Sport Trac's, unless I drop the motor out the bottom (again, gotta have a lift, I ain't got access to one at the moment). And then it has to have an alignment afterward. I've done one Sport Trac motor-in, and it's horrible. Never again.

    If I had my way, I'd take a Jeep Scrambler (I like the longer wheel base) with a blown motor and built it up. Axles, Chevy LS V8, A/C, big tires, bumpers, winch, LED lights all over it... *dreams*.

    Added pictures to the last car thread post. Found one of the trucks we traded for.
  12. Bluestreak
    05-04-2016 06:12 AM
    The old-school Jeep stuff is great. The new stuff... mostly junk.

    I have visions someday of finding an old CJ6 and dropping in a 5.3L Chevy LS, some Dana axles, and 35's to tow my ATV when we go muddin'. My in-laws... they're partial to the larger Jeep SUV's, which are basically re-worked Dodge Durango's (the worst SUV ever designed, especially the early ones) with a Jeep logo on it. They're pure shit, with transmissions that start slipping about 15 minutes after they leave the lot. I used to make a LOT of money rebuilding Chrysler 41TE and RFE series transmissions. I guess it's good if you're a Fiat-Chrysler tech... they probably make out pretty well.

    As a mechanic, I tend to recommend Ford/Toyota/Chevy because of their reluctance to over-complicate their brand/level of cars (especially Ford). They use older, proven technology that doesn't fail as much.
  13. Monte314
    05-03-2016 03:02 PM
    Monte314 commented on 8 Years, Baby!
    No harm, no foul. Hyperbole and polemic are expected...
  14. catsarecute1989
    Good posts. I wouldn't have the patience or discipline to argue against such an overwhelming display of ignorance (though it's hardly surprising coming from that poster) without getting banned in the end. Glad someone else is calling out the bs.
  15. eagleseven
    04-27-2016 12:51 AM
    Yeah, I might be writing-in my Presidential ballot this November. I can't in good conscious support Trump or Clinton, especially in a state where it really matters.

    At least I can still vote for the local reps that also impact this region. Those votes are, perhaps, more impactful as they determine things like marijuana legalization, gun laws, and zoning regulations (which hugely impact my life).

    While we all focus on the Presidency, the President has much less impact on us personally than do our local politicians.
  16. RBM
    04-25-2016 02:42 PM
    Given your efforts to date, I wouldn't consider your questions 'bugging' me.

    Do you have anything going on in your life where quick thinking is required ? And fast and accurate physical reactions required as a result of the thinking ? If not, you will likely have a hard time bench-marking any change. Definitive effects are all internal to the mind and it's operation. So, personal experience is going to be the most useful technique.

    Soda is loaded with sugar/HFCS, so if you can stay away from that, it may give you some inertia to change something else with sugar in it. My caffeine intake is consistent on workdays, about 4 teas. Weekend usually is less or strung out all day instead of just mornings, like workdays.
  17. RBM
    04-25-2016 01:18 PM
    Sure have. But how is that helpful to you ?
  18. Doggzilla
    04-24-2016 11:32 PM
    Dude. Somehow I thought your honest responses were sarcasm, so your sarcasm had to be real. I just did the most massive nuclear facepalm ever when I clicked on your thread history. Jesus Christ I am retarded.
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  20. Noelle
    04-22-2016 07:00 PM
    I did detect it, lol. And I do agree, Due to DWS, HRC is the DNC. I just personally want to see who is fucking with the registrations...whoever it is tied to is damned. Or maybe not, I'm pretty sure the Clintons could get away with mass murder at this point. -_-

    Can't wait to see if my name gets scrubbed from the voting records come time for PA's primaries.

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