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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Jagged, Apr 17, 2012.
Woah I love that game! And dang you did a great job on those!
You're seriously the first person I've ever found that had ever heard of ROR other than the people I had turned onto it.
The stock truck itself was made another guy, but I turned it into the monster truck.
I also took that GMT400 body and made a rough looking mega truck out of it, though now that I look at them together, I could have just used the monster truck I already had.
Bad ass, I might have to fire up my gaming rig just to play that.. most excellent!
Ror was bad ass to, but I guess the new deal in town is spin tires?? I got the demo way back before they got bought and went big.. pretty cool. Not RoR cool though
Yes, Yes I have.
And I was the same, I had the demo for ages, and only got the full game about 3 years ago.
Ha, I've played both of those.... need a dedicated gaming computer to run them though for sure.
My wife and I came home from my sons concert the other night, and were greeted at the door by our 2 year old German Shepherd pup. I was sure I put her in the crate before we left, but thought maybe I misremembered. She walked me back to her crate to show me that yeah, I did put her away when we left, but she wasn't into that. So she bent in the door frame, broke off the bottom door latch, and pushed her way out through the door.
She also chewed and tore up the plastic floor pan. I'm glad we didn't come home to find her stuck in it with a jagged bar in her gut or an artery cut off... She's fine, btw.
She gets very anxious when we're away and chews up anything in sight. She also freaks out when she's locked in and the dryer is running, so I'm surprised she didn't break out one night when we turned it on before bed.
This is why some people keep hamsters.
It's freaking crazy how strong and energetic this dog is... I had to go out and drop $80 on a crate that night at Walmart (thank God for 24-hour walmart and in-stock), or lock her in the basement, which I think would make her (more) nuts.
Note the ziptie being the only thing that prevented the whole doorframe from bending in and tearing off the top door latch... I put zipties all over the new crate.
I am surprised that my stray hasn't done that yet. He's fine in his crate, when we are home.
But his crate is bent up alot of days when I get home. A vise grips and channel locks is part of my daily routine....
Exactly! She usually just spreads apart the bars, but I guess she finally cracked the nut. It's only been a day, but she hasn't done a thing to the new crate. It's still like new.
Get a rough tuff kennel. Molded abs plastic.....if you close the door on that kennel the dog isn't getting out. LOL my shorthair can almost pick a lock, incredible ability to get out of anything to include opening doors. Got a rough tuff and she is where're I leave her...
I'll try it if I get to the point of newyorkin. But a 1-1/2 year old lab mix stray apparently has the world's sharpest teeth... Who knew?
Your finger, that's who knew...
Hes never bitten me... My wife on the other hand has gotten bitten several times..
The last time I almost shot him on the spot.. I was completely at my breaking point, so was she... And I don't need and hate posts for any dog lovers out there... Every man has his limit... It's why we have jails and prisons... It took everything I had not to. But we got him in training and he's slowly straightening out.
Your taking a risk with a stray... It can be a tough road I guess..
I'm double posting again because I just saw this on my phone from this morning and had to share it.
We have emergency equipment at my job that we exercise weekly. In our Monday morning meeting, I assigned the exercise to our co-op student for the first time. I told him that as part of exercise, drive the vehicles forward and backward a few feet to keep things from rusting in place (we also drive them 25 miles at least once per month).
I guess I needed to state the obvious...remove the wheel covers before driving.
edit: geez, autocorrect makes me look like I don't know how to type...
Got pics of your GSP?
None of her currently. I might have a few of her as a pup.
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