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Lets see your favorite hats

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 78Suburban, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. 78Suburban

    78Suburban 1/2 ton status

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    I got bored today and took a pic of the hat I have glued to my head all the time. I have others, but this is the favorite. So get off your lazy butts and snap a pic of the hat you wear all the time.. I should snap a pic of my hat I dont try to take care of,, its ugly ugly.. :p:

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  2. txfiremank5

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    I'll play. HHHMMM ... my favorite hat, huh. I guess it would have to be this one:

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  3. surpip

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    dude you got any fire shirts?.
    i would love one
    i have a banciforte (santa cruz county) and a cool one from hawaii the fedral fire dept. there
    ill buy one
     
  4. txfiremank5

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    I don't think I have any new ones right now. I'd have to check my "supply drawer", but the wife is sleeping. Normally I have fair amount of new uniform stuff at the ready in there. But, I don't remember seeing any t-shirts last time I dug around in it. I can get you one next time I get some things from the commisary. What size do you wear?
     
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    xxl
    dig the fire shirts, thanks alot
    plus i am not to much of a posuer, i actually am a qualified aircraft firefighter:)
    you guys rock man, thanks for all you do
     
  6. dontoe

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    My wife Lynda, is wearing my favorite!
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    Cropped from this photo................
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  7. pauly383

    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    I really do get into the things I have posted on CK5 , I am into evrything and anything men can do , with pic proof :thumb:

    I collect hats , although I have slowed down in the last couple years , but my favorite to wear is my Budweiser hat with the elastic flex fit band , and perfect shape bill :waytogo:

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    Not shown is my Chevy Racin floppy wheelin hat in my truck , my bud cheech and chong beanie hat in my truck , and My first Chevy hat and Hot Rod hat in the garage !
     
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    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    Hey James , this guy has more hats than anyone I ever heard about :

    Man's Cap Collection at 82,792 and Growing, Setting an Unofficial World Record
    04-10-2006 1:34 PM

    MITCHELL, S.D. -- Roger "Buckey" Legried could wear a different baseball cap every hour for nine years and not get through his collection.

    Volunteers counted 82,792 caps _ more than enough for the Frost, Minn., man to set an unofficial world record _ and then presented him with autographed No. 82,793.

    Legried shipped the collection in two semitrailer trucks to Mitchell's Corn Palace for the counting process. He said the Corn Palace is large enough for the job and its agriculture background fits with the ag-related theme of many pieces of the head wear.

    The final count Saturday wasn't far off Legried's guess of around 83,000 that he's collected since 1970. On Saturday alone he received another 80 caps that aren't in the final count.

    Legried said he'll have to mail paperwork and other documentation before his collection is recognized as a Guinness World Record, now listed at around 30,000.

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    Information from: The Daily Republic, http://www.mitchellrepublic.com

    Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
     
  10. 78Suburban

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    Ive been to the corn pallace in Mitchell SD. They change that place up every year. Pretty cool, but kinda a tourist trap.
     
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    I've worn this just about everyday for the last 8 years. It has been to every state in the lower 48 except 3...Montana, N. Dakota, and S. Dakota. I will probably be buried with it.
     
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    Wash that thang !!

    To keep your favorite hat cleaned , and not tear it up in a washer , shower with it .

    Use lots of shampoo on your hair , place cap on head , rub it all over your head , and rub the outside , rinse well , and air dry .
     
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    I just swish mine around in soapy water in the sink .. but I do clean 'em.
     
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    Heres my hats
     
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    Jeez, I need a hat rack like that second one.
     
  16. muddysub

    muddysub 1 ton suburban status Staff Member Moderator GMOTM Winner

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    omg someone shot a 50cal hole in my ear!

    anyway thats my favorite hat, pics taken about 5 min ago



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    That's very unusual, kool as chit though! Looks expensive!
     
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    Pauly that is cleaned. It's just faded...used to be black. You can see on the lettering where I got a little gungho with a scrubby...rubbed some of it off. Oops.
     
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    This one needs an oil change-:eek1:
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    On my head at all times possible.

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