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  1. Underachiever
    07-31-2015 07:02 PM
    That's about what I'm thinking... And with the aftermarket block and forged rotating assembly, it would be good to go for a long time.

    I'd probably have to sell it soon after getting it, though... If I can get it. Same reason for both -- cousin's technically 1/4th owner of the boat, so all of this is dependent on his approval and/or how much cash he's willing to add on top of the boat, for the Trans Am. Might have to sell it soon after getting it, if he wants his money out and doesn't want to share a car.

    Which would be fine... I figure we could get enough for the Trans Am where he can get 16" beadlock rims and 37x12.5" military takeoff tires, and I could get a '94-95 Mustang convertible with the 5.0 and 5-speed.

    Mustang would be to mod -- I'd throw high dollar heads on it (AFRs or Darts), a Comp Cams hydraulic roller blower cam and lifters, and whatever kind of centrifugal supercharger I can find on craigslist for cheap. And then do supporting fuel and intake and exhaust mods... So bigger injectors and fuel pump, and a 75mm throttle body on a Trick Flow intake, and then long-tube headers to a 2.5" X-pipe, 2.5" Dynomax Race Bullets, and 2.5" pipes to 3" tips. And an electric water pump and fan. I'm thinking with tuning, that should probably do 450 RWHP, which is about all the stock 5.0 block can take. And then 3.73 gears. And subframe connectors, a strut tower brace, thicker sway bars, and maybe even a roll bar, to remedy the convertible flex.
    Couldn't build it all right away, though... Don't have the money for that. That'd have to be over time.
  2. girlygirl
    07-30-2015 05:59 PM
    girlygirl commented on Alternatives for beds
    that's really nice!!
  3. Subtle
    07-30-2015 02:22 PM
    I liked your post and believe that we don't have a difference of opinion. The sad thing is that the hapless dentist not only where poaching, he managed to wound the animal, too. That can happen, unfortunately, but it made this mess even uglier. For the dentist's sake, I hope that the investigation will show that he was tricked into poaching. If not, fuck him!
  4. Sarea
    07-29-2015 08:39 AM
    I love it when engineers can take over us architects' work too! I mean it . Grrrr!
  5. Sarea
    07-29-2015 06:50 AM
    Sarea commented on Alternatives for beds
    I like it
  6. Sarea
    07-23-2015 05:43 PM
    In addition to what I pm-ed earlier, I am very very sure that she knows how to read analog watches. I think once you highlight that to her, expect delightful smirks coming out along with 'what took you so long?!' looks
  7. Sarea
    07-23-2015 07:47 AM
    A friend of mine has similar situation, but involving checking emails via the company's blackberry. i told him [after observing the girl's body language around him one day] that she's actually having the hots for him [her boss], and that's just her way to get up, close and personal with him. Nowadays, the young generations can absorb everything in front of them like a sponge, they are way smarter than us.
  8. Sarea
    07-23-2015 07:11 AM
    she might just pretend not to know so that she could stand near you everytime she wants to know the time.
  9. Sarea
    07-23-2015 06:17 AM
    Sarea commented on Watch Thread!
    she's not curious to learn how to read analogue watches?
  10. Ktheprogbulldog
    07-06-2015 07:50 PM
    I've always looked up to Zappa both for his music and his "give no fucks" attitude. I remember looking over the sheet music for Peaches en Regalia, and that was probably one of the most difficult pieces of music I've ever played, but it was worth it.
  11. Ktheprogbulldog
    07-06-2015 04:52 PM
    Ktheprogbulldog commented on Most INTJ music album

      Originally Posted by Bluestreak
    Frank Zappa: Joe's Garage Pink Floyd: The Wall The Who: Tommy

    I absolutely adore those three albums, especially Joe's Garage.

  12. Ktheprogbulldog
    07-02-2015 12:43 PM
    Ktheprogbulldog commented on What Were Your Teenage Years Like?
    You sound a lot like how my boyfriend was back in high school.
  13. ButterflyPsyche
    07-01-2015 09:31 AM
    It's always the engineers, man! All the ones I knew at UF were that way too. It was laughable.

    Then again, I worked in a lab for a psychology doctorate student and even though he was very skilled in the field, he couldn't spell for shit. He made hilarious typos. It goes to show that some people can brilliant at some things but idiots at other stuff.
  14. ButterflyPsyche
    07-01-2015 07:26 AM
    LOL That makes sense. Engineers can almost never spell things.
  15. Async
    06-21-2015 06:18 AM
    Async commented on INTJ's: What if..........
    Make a decision and move on. Yup!
  16. ness2361
    06-11-2015 02:38 PM
    I can't name 'your equivalent' who did the hair pulling (there was more than one bugging me this way), but 'the' one to whom I am referring? We'll call him, Hugo. He was 12, actually; I was 11 (I got put ahead a grade), and he was shorter than I was by a few inches as every boy in class was but one...

    I didn't like his behavior, nor did I understand it for what it probably was: I didn't feel pretty, and I didn't like being touched; I hated having my hair 'played with', even girls did it.

    But one day I was coming to homeroom, just in time to see little Miss Larmuchi (made up name) pick up Hugo, and body slam him against a locker. I felt sick, conflicted.

    On the one hand, damn, that lady was tough! And she liked me so much, she gave me the job of forging her signature on performance reviews and such (I felt proud, and for a moment, not a 'bad' kind of freak). And Hugo was always doing gag shit 'but' she was the adult, bad temper, Authority--and she abused that authority is how I looked at it then.

    Now? I don't know. I mean, he settled down, some; enough... And some other boy whose name shall go unmentioned... began sticking fall leaves and such in my hair, instead.

    Click the image to open in full size.
  17. ness2361
    06-11-2015 01:05 PM
    OK, then, obviously 'only' annoying; my mistake, and you're bad. You would have tied pencils up in my hair when I was thirteen and my hair was to my elbows, half way down my back... You would have been one of the boys who sat directly behind me, changed seats with someone, and slid a pencil in my hair, and tied it up, moving fast but carefully, and when I whipped around and told you to knock it off! I got yelled at.

    You suck, ex-Catholic boy!

    P.S. I will correct my online, public mistake, if you want me to. I have 'scrupulosity' aplenty.
  18. ness2361
    06-11-2015 09:08 AM
    ness2361 commented on The most annoying sound.
    Some did, up there, somewhere--maybe two persons mentioned it... but it is not 'annoying', by definition: It is intolerable, and anyone who persists should be tarred and feathered--scalding hot tar, unclean chicken feathers complete with bird shit. IMO
  19. eagleseven
    06-08-2015 07:47 AM
    eagleseven commented on Fucker Tried To Steal My Car
  20. TheNerdWho
    06-04-2015 06:37 PM

    I am still driving my '04 Grand Am...

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