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Went and got plates today

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Resurrection_Joe, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. Resurrection_Joe

    Resurrection_Joe 1 ton status

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    I got to pick from numbers

    BUT

    THEY DON'T EVEN PRINT 666! ****ERS! Someone took 777.....

    So I got


    Get Ready


    762


    AND

    The first numbers are

    54C

    762 x 54


    GET IT !?>!>!>!>!>!?!?!?!>
     
  2. chevyfumes

    chevyfumes Court jester

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    7.62 x 54? ammunition? thats stupid they don't print 666. SHould have gotten 667, neighbor of the beast.
     
  4. js4x4

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    41148......i guess, ummm if you cared to do the math...and do some additional math...you'd come up with 666. Talk about super subtleties....RJ, i worry about you man..but ya thought it out in detail....sheesh....good job?


    (for those that don't care...)
    add all 5 #'s together..divide by 3....6
    3 6's....aka, 666 as hell boy wished.

    I don't think your ride will ever be included in a game of highway guessing game....I spy, with my little eye...THE OMEN!!
     
  5. Stickseler

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    My K-5's are normal State chosen run of numbers....666-594 thats why we call her Lucy....fer :grin:
     
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    they probably dont allowe 666 because thats linked to the "devil" and "hell"
     
  7. Resurrection_Joe

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    REALLLLLY!?

    REALLLLY REALLLLY!?

    REALLY REALLLY REALLLLY REALLLLLLLLLLLY!?

    I love you Stave!


    Oh 700 points to whoever called me hellboy
     
  8. js4x4

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    woohoo!! 27 more points and i get a succubus that looks like angelina jolie!
     
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    WOOHOO she'll suck your soul but you'll love every second of it :D
     
  10. Resurrection_Joe

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    26 Points for creating a reward system
     
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    1 point to you, that RJ never gave you...
     
  12. LKJR

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    Were you helping stamp out the plates?
     
  13. Resurrection_Joe

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    They aren't stamped anymore, they're all plastic and faggy

    I'mma let that slide, but just because you're Stave
     
  14. 75-K5

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    Thankfully truck plates here are still metal and non-faggy, that's mainly the only reason I put them on my Jeep.
     
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    plastic plates ? Where and why ?
     
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    Many states (well at least Indiana and it seems SD too) are going to printed plastic plates instead of stamped metal. They really look like crap. Naturally it's because they're cheaper, and, who knows, probably made in China. I've also heard a rumor that the plastic plates are scannable by machines for when they implement the camera-based speeding ticket program. :rolleyes:
     
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    I kind of like them because they wont rust

    I still haven't put mine on yet, waiting for a cop to make me
     
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    Iowas are still metal but they are very thin, and the numbers arent stamped, looks like a peice of metal with a sticker on it:grin: I managed to dent mine the first time I jacked the front of my blazer up to change oil...time for the Bling Bling Chain License Plate Frame...right RJ:cool1:
     
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    What kind of plastic do they use? Wouldn't they break if someone ran into a tree or rock offroad?
     
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    I'm sure the state's first worry is off road durability with liscence plates

    I like the way you're thinking though
     

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