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  1. Thread: New Car

    by waltesefalcon
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    New Car

    I decided awhile back that as much fun as my Caddy is, that I really needed a sports car again to truly enjoy top down motoring. With Triumph prices going through the roof nowadays I decided on a...
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    Re: Paperless!

    I still have the option to go with paper statements or paperless for my electric and gas, water is only paper. I guess sometimes living in a place many consider a backwater has its perks.
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    Re: DNA tests

    Doug, I've used Ancestry in the past when it was having a free month promotion. It's been about ten maybe even fifteen years now but I found some interesting things on it that were documented scans...
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    Re: Drive Your Triumph day photos.

    Beautiful.
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    Re: Expanding the skill set

    Sintered parts are a major PITA in everything I've encountered them in. They should be outlawed.
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    Re: DNA tests

    I won't do it. I feel like this is simply a way for the government to have a database of our dna.
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    Re: Sunny New Mexico

    I thought you lived in Frostbite Falls Darwin.
  8. Re: Interesting video on bearings by a guy that rebuilds gearboxes.

    It means we are now in a race to see who can develop the most needling puns that have a bearing upon the subject at hand.
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    Re: Electric car owners?

    I could probably switch to electric and be mostly okay, but I drive a minimum of 50 miles a day and often take weekend trips which would put a big strain on the 150 mile limits of most batteries. If...
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    Re: Cooking bacon

    Lets not render this down to another list of bad puns.
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    Re: Fresh breath

    Great video Bas.

    Elliot, your comment made me think of this one Mark Hamill once made:
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    Re: Cooking bacon

    Never cook bacon in the nude.
  13. Re: Interesting video on bearings by a guy that rebuilds gearboxes.

    I find your puns to be galling.
  14. Re: Interesting video on bearings by a guy that rebuilds gearboxes.

    Exactly Mike!
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    Re: Country Mailbox

    Love it, it is even better because you can see where some sad teenager hit it; I wonder if the bounce back resulted in a broken car window.
  16. Re: Interesting video on bearings by a guy that rebuilds gearboxes.

    Bean counters are the bane of pretty much every working man's existence. Once a company no longer has people who know what they are doing in management and only has guys with business degrees and...
  17. Re: Interesting video on bearings by a guy that rebuilds gearboxes.

    Doc, I imagine that many of the companies supplying the rebuild kits already know this, but don't care as ball bearings are better for the bottom line.
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    Re: And...Godspeed Robert Conrad.

    Black Sheep was a great show, I remember watching it and Wild Wild West on Saturday mornings with my dad after cartoons.
  19. Thread: UFO

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    Re: UFO

    As a kid living in the San Luis valley in CO, a little ways north of where Bas now resides, there was some weird stuff that locals would report seeing. Usually it was explained away as Air Force...
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    Re: Something that makes me happy.

    Thanks, yeah there were a ton of companies out there at one time and consolidation, lower production costs over seas, and the quartz revolution very nearly did the industry in. Hamilton was one of...
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    Re: Something that makes me happy.

    Now they are there.

    Nice watch and a great heirloom!
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    Re: Something that makes me happy.

    For some reason I can't open your attachment.
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    Re: Something that makes me happy.

    Cyma was one of those companies that made a solid product at one time and as consolidation of the market began, it went downhill.
    I own my great grandad's Illinois pocket watch from when he was...
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    Re: RIP Kirk Douglas

    I hear that Bayless, once I started thinking about it he was in two of my all time favorites when I was a youngster: 20000 Leagues Under the Sea and the Vikings.
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    Something that makes me happy.

    Taking a cue from JP's recent post on the guy with the rose engine, I figured I'd post about my newest watch acquisition. For a couple of years now I've been looking for a Hamilton Piping Rock to add...
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