Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Deuling, Mar 5, 2013.
I love to count the county hairs, ha ha.
At the county fairs?
You guys have never gone to a county fair hair counting competition?
In unrelated news, my buddy bought yet another truck, this time a 96 CCLB 2wd SRW C3500, no option having former DNR truck, with a 350 and a 4L80, and 247,000 miles, he plans on making it into his mud truck puller, pulling around a 40 ft gooseneck.
He drove it once around the block, bought it, and enlisted me to drive it 40 miles home, when we got there he jumped in, and proceeded to burn the rear tires off, literally, he blew both in a solid minute long burnout in the middle of his street.
Sadly no, I was assuming we were going to start wiping the "For Sale" info off the windows or start pulling dents out of the bed, the truck hadn't been on his property for 30 seconds to a minute, before he jumped in and took off.
Lately I've been putting some though towards the idea of putting front receivers on all my vehicles, and having a winch that I could move between them all when needed.
Just sharing the idea.
We have that on a work truck, very convenient.
@chevyfumes said he wants to be my celly. Not sure how I feel about that
Pretty sure I know how you will be feeling...
Well damn! Saw my tax lady today about back taxes from 2015 I now Do owe for sure. It should have been paid in full back in May. One of the Many financial fires I have been putting out, but Just now getting to this one damnit. But! A little good my way. Due to my cancer and health issues, I can get it reduced more then likely. Terminal illness has its benifits
Take what you can get brother! They've put the fork to the rest of us enough that you'd better!
"I'm gonna slap pads and rotors on the Navigator, flush the brake fluid, and replace that slopped out inner tie rod end." Has involved five trips to the store, replacing the battery, adding an outer tie rod to the list as well as rear pads and rotors. Only thing done so far is brakes on one corner, the battery, and 3/4 of the brake fluid flush. And I think I'm gonna do an oil change while it's down. Lame!
That’s way cool. I like stuff like this. There was a ghost town on one of the ranches I worked on. It must have been abandoned in the 30s or 40s but was in surprisingly good shape. Creepy but cool at the same time.
Hmmmm... taxes or brain cancer... I’ll just keep paying my taxes! Lol
So after working an unusually long day on Friday the 13th, it made me think of how the company never has a truck #13?
I had never had a day at this job where I started at 7 A.M. and finished at 11 P.M.
Why are they called 7-11 stores when they are open 24 - 7???
7-11 is a secret society and mathmatical answer to the universe. Start figuring it out Now. In 20 or so years, you will figure it out. . If I say how I know, I may be killed. But its Why I got my fire extinguishers certified to be legal with the fire dept. on Friday the 13th. Cost $25 for 2. Its all in the numbers man. You now At least even just found, and posed the question. Most Never even see it. Look at you Smart wise man . ...... You're like ??!?? Wtf is he talkin about???? Hahahahhhahaha
Steven Wright has a joke about convenience stores --
"One night I woke up in the middle of the night and was hungry--so I went to the convenience store,that has a sign saying "open 24 hours"..
"I walk to the store,when I get there,there's a man locking the front door-I said "HEY,I thought you were open 24 hours" ?..
He replied "Yes we are--but NOT in a ROW !"....
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