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    Re: Vintage sports and racing cars pictures.

    it looks stuck, no positraction?
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    Re: I like bicycles.

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    Yesterday's ride on the Poudre river trail from Greeley to LaPorte. Site of a future highway underpass.
  3. Thread: Car rental

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    Re: Car rental

    Thanks, I'll look into that.
  4. Thread: Car rental

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    Re: Car rental

    In Chattanooga today, had a car reserved, told me they would put me on a waiting list. Flew into Chattanooga instead of Nashville because Nashville had no cars to rent this week. With every one...
  5. Re: a successful new york city real estate developer's superyacht

    .https://images.classic.com/vehicles/4a9db7dfc987b307ef87fb2debb86397643c81e2.jpg?w=672&h=576Built in 1970


    The yacht was built in 1972, coincidence?
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    Nice spoiler, I'm a huge fan of super yachts evoking mopar super birds
  7. Re: Randolph Scott was the best Western movie star ever!

    A cowboy I go to the trap range with has worked dude ranches, cattle ranches and feed lots. Rodeo and all that BS. Wrangled on movies for a while in Arizona. Somewhere along the way he became a...
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    Re: Healthy breakfast-masterclass

    Had a cabin upgrade on the way back from Cleveland this morning. Second breakfast was a waffle and small fruit cup.
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    Re: Where in the World is the BROTM?

    Fun times on the monument. Great pics of the area.
  10. Re: There must be a moron in Bristol who can write.

    �� excellent
  11. Re: There must be a moron in Bristol who can write.

    Watched a yank movie that showed a pistol.





    I like the above ending also
  12. Re: There must be a moron in Bristol who can write.

    In charge of a young Baron.
  13. Re: There must be a moron in Bristol who can write.

    It was a nanny named Karen
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    Re: $300 billion wealth transfer

    Totally should have used the money for reparations.
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    Re: Beavers making a comeback

    Grilled beaver tail. Once a delicacy of the American west, don't try it at home.
  16. Re: Denver & Rio Grand RR, Doc Holiday, and Glenwood Springs

    Nice, going to go up to Aspen?
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    The closest I came to my dream commuter is a steel framed swobo Fillmore. I had a dynohub and lights put on before I started riding it. A lap top and thermos in the rear pannier is enough to get...
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    Re: cardboard mockups

    Did a "cabin" mock up of the SCAMP prior to ordering material. One of the more adult decisions I ve made concerning boats.
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    Re: I like bicycles.

    The lust I have for a black sheep is unreal. They are built here and I ve been able to test ride.
  20. Re: we need something to remind the british public. . .

    And he is gone.
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    Re: Some kayaking pictures (bilge cleaner)

    Well done!
  22. Thread: Holtís Law:

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    Re: Holtís Law:

    Once upon a time a young irrigation designer was getting a lot of RFIs. His senior engineer went over all the drawings and specifications, and still did not understand where all the requests for...
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    Re: Vintage sports and racing cars pictures.

    118205favorite car, counties ugliest truck.
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    Re: Gun volence and medical trauma

    Push rods, pretty cool yea.
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    Re: Summer Sausage

    Fun journey so far, the dog loves it.
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    Re: Summer Sausage

    The Pearson ranch package of 3 summer sausages showed up last night, so the dog and I sampled the Bison first and the Elk second. We will get into the Venison some other time.

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    Re: Gun volence and medical trauma

    That you Ian?
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    Re: Gun volence and medical trauma

    Not saying that more should be done, but counting 18 and 19 year olds as children is BS. take out the 18 and 19 year olds and autos are still the leading cause of death for children. When I stood...
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    Re: Gun volence and medical trauma

    I have hours invested in running that number down, and including suicides it was valid. I'm still looking at reloading press to start making my own shotgun shells though. A round of sporting clays...
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    Re: hokey religions and ancient weapons

    I have heard 130 MPH, https://scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/13701/is-there-an-explicit-canon-answer-for-the-exact-speed-of-blaster-bolts-in-star-w

    scroll down to Adam Savage.Y>
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    Re: photos from my hike - a community thread

    When you get some drone footage I might be interested.��
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    Re: Whatís waiting fro me when I return

    Although not a business owner I am a project manager for several large scale irrigation projects around the country. A job where I can't put every thing on hold for a week. One of my switters-isms...
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    Re: the colonial homestead

    In two weeks I ll be 50 minutes north of there. If I survive OKC AND DFW next week I ll try to make the drive down if I have time.
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    Re: Summer Sausage

    Saw the Pearsons on line, so on your recommendation I ordered the three pack variety. I'll follow up next week. The last "wild game variety" I had was cut with a lot of pork and all used the same...
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    Summer Sausage

    On a scale of Bridgeford to Iowa Smokehouse spicy with Bridgford being used for dogtreats what summer sausage do you like and where does it rate?

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    About once a week I have Beer and...
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    Re: Kayaking South Jersey

    Bummer about the Chuckanut.
  37. Thread: Byob !!!!!!

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    Re: Byob !!!!!!

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    And so I took that as a challenge.
  38. Re: America's small businesses are running out of workers

    I'm terrible at keeping up but I thought he was on vacation at the moment in Italy?
  39. Re: America's small businesses are running out of workers

    Taking into account the location of the OP does any one else see the irony? I'm not saying the OP isn't valid, but the timing is kinda funny
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    Re: Photo a Day 365 X 12/2022Ö.

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  41. Thread: Mar a Largo

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    Re: Mar a Largo

    I read the fox article, and then the comments. I share a country with these people. Hell, I have some solid redneck credentials but those comments make me think some of you chicken little types may...
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    Re: Uh oh-superyacht troubles

    https://jalopnik.com/bezos-didnt-even-need-to-dismantle-bridge-to-move-yacht-1849376392

    So apparently there was a plan B it seemed to work out just fine. (FredZ called it)
  43. Re: Obama still president of the National Park Service

    Go to this page: https://www.nps.gov/dscw/ds-landscape-architecture.htm

    Click on the

    Guidance for Federal Agencies on Sustainable Practices for Designed Landscapes

    link under...
  44. Obama still president of the National Park Service

    I dont normally do work for the NPS but have a project where they and the VA overlap. So I am catching up on NPS design standards and come across Guidance for sustainability for landscapes and get a...
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    Re: A gentleman's pocket knife

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    My typical daily and what I have today, one arm razor in D2 and micarta, I can open it with one hand which comes in handy for haybales and the couple of feed sacks I have to open every...
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    Re: The most vile food

    Balut.
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    Re: Time to do a deep cull of the US military

    Who in the thought police get to define extreme? The nut job got booted out of the corps, and then arrested. The system we have works most of the time.
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    Re: Stage 12 Bastille Day

    Didn't want to start a new thread, but yesterdays stage 18 was pretty cool. Scenery, suspense, sportmanship, athletes at their limit. I did not get to watch live, I follow the tracker thingy at...
  49. Re: Stolen valor. Sort of. Kind of. But technically Ö

    Dont let them catch the midnight rider.
  50. Thread: Buttigieg

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    Re: Buttigieg

    Mayor Pete at it again. Scott Perry this timne.

    https://www.wonkette.com/-2657694940

    Link contains adult themes, humor and truth, open at your own risk.
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