theCryptofishist wrote:delle wrote:I think we need to get Triken's avatar some fucking boobs.
Not huge ones mind you... because actually the original picture looks pretty much just like her in the teensy detail-less size.
Is there anyone on the board who wants to go with an R. Crumb picture of a girl with a fucking ginourmous ass?
FIGJAM wrote:It may last longer if you let the truck warm up a little before trying to move it.
tatonka wrote:FIGJAM wrote:It may last longer if you let the truck warm up a little before trying to move it.
will do .thks all
ygmir wrote:tatonka wrote:FIGJAM wrote:It may last longer if you let the truck warm up a little before trying to move it.
will do .thks all
while idling/warming, maybe run the selector through the gears.
My Dodge, if it sits a long time, has always done that, and if parked uphill,it's worse.
I put it in neutral, once it starts, to circulate the fluid, maybe try that. too.
tatonka wrote:Fuck , got laidoff on Aug 2 , boss said ins was good for rest of mth. I call Kaiser to make appt and they said my ins was cancelled 7-31-2013
Called my old work and they are looking into it now :/
geospyder wrote:Gave up. Had dinner. Watched the news. Friends came over for a game night. After they left I tried again and the fucking thing works! Shut it down a couple times just to see what happens and it is still working. What the fuck! We'll see what happens in the morning. Guess I'll have to learn Windows 8. BTW - spell check doesn't fix fuk
^Rhino! wrote:tatonka, ygmir, and ANYONE ELSE WHO FEELS THE NEED...
Monday night at dusk. Meet at the Black Rock Beacon in center camp, 1:00 on the inner ring road. We will go to the temple in remembrance of those lost and loved. We will share our stories of real people. We will remember them as we knew them best. At the Rue Morgue several years ago, my friend Gothalot taught me it's OK to show sadness for those we've lost as long as we remember THEM. For if we remember THEM, they will live on in our hearts forever, as shining examples of how we can live our lives, living with dignity and honor each and every day. Three years ago, I raised a beer with spicy V-8 for my former driller, the 'Dude'. I swear to you that I think I felt him sip it as I raised it high; it was his favorite. He was the very best driller I ever knew. His spirit of 'can-do' resides with all of us who remember him.
Death is pointless. Remembering those who have passed and the good they did is the point. But if we didn't have death, our lives would not be as rich as they could be. It's just that death is inopportune, it's painful, and it's the end of life as we know it. Nonetheless, we should never allow it to prevent our remembrance of those who have passed.
Thank you for allowing me to share this with you. I'm honored, as are those from whom I learned it.
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