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    As some of you know we lost our leader recently. Been a struggle but we push on. The last 4 months have been a challenge putting it mildly. They say it takes an Army, well My Dad taught his Army well and we fight on. It's been almost 2 years to the day since we bumped our heads and decided to build a new Factory. Big Project but we are very proud of the result. We are now fully moved over an operational. Gil would be proud !!
  3. 17 points
    😩🤔 I went to COSTCO during this crazy corona virus time to buy a bag of food for the dogs. Already in line, a woman behind me asked me if I had a dog. I stare at her....Why would I be buying dog food, right? So I told her no, I don’t have a dog, that I was starting the dog food diet again, and that I probably shouldn't because I ended up in the hospital the last time, but I lost 15 pounds! I told her it was the perfect diet and that all you have to do is carry the kibble in your pockets and eat one or two every time you feel hungry (I have to mention that practically everyone in line was interested in my story) . Then she asks me if I ended up in the hospital because the dog food had poisoned me. I answer, of course not! I was admitted because I bent down to smell the ass of a bulldog and I was hit by a truck. I thought the man behind her was going to have a heart attack because he was laughing so hard. ...Let’s continue promoting reading! Now that you read this, I have to confess, I made this up to make you smile. It's your turn to copy it and make someone else laugh...
  4. 17 points
    Lately it seems there's been a lot of bellyaching about changes in appearance to the board. Hell, I'm an old fart and probably stuck in my ways, but I had no problem adapting to the board. I just click "Unread Content" at the upper right and I see all of the new posts. Pretty simple. The search function actually works great now, as opposed to a few yrs ago, so it's all been improvements as far as I can see. The bellyaching invariably leads to some speculation about board traffic. Sure, people have left the sport, some only read and rarely post, some are on FB, IG, whatever else. That's fine, we all have our different things we like or don't like about social media. The thing I'd really like to address is attitude. It's how some people are approaching things, it's how they're saying things. Rather than complaining about how few posts, try and be a positive influence and start some threads yourself. There are a large number of members I appreciate for the number and quality of the threads they start. They're too numerous to list and I don't want to leave anyone out, but you can clearly see who starts threads and a lot of them turn into really informative, thoughtful discussions. I want to thank all of those guys for starting so many interesting topics! I'd love to see more people participate, ask questions, share more info and by all means, post if you agree with someone said, you're not limited to only posting if you disagree! This brings me to the major point: how some of us have been treating Slappy. I'm not pointing fingers, because I haven't thanked Slappy enough over the yrs so I'm also guilty. Keep in mind, this is a not for profit website. It costs thousands of dollars per year to run it. Moderators don't get paid. Slappy spends thousands out of his own pocket to sponsor events like Vet's Weekend, the Golf Tourney, EPOs, upcoming concerts in the dunes - why? Because of his love for all of us. He loves duners and he loves Glamis Dunes. He wanted a campfire you could join via your computer and your phone to share stories, pics, plan upcoming trips, help each other decide what to buy, help each other fix our toys and even deliver stuff to each other for free. After 2,000 posts you're a member of the Brotherhood, but it begins long before that. Slappy has succeeded in sharing his love for all of us and the dunes via this website, so I'm asking everyone to please keep that in mind when you have a concern. Sure, you could bellyache, but how about phrasing it as a constructive comment? Let's treasure this great gift that has been bestowed upon us and nurture it, participate, be the change we want to see, feel free to post more threads, ask more questions, provide more answers, share more info. Keep on posting jokes, planning trips together and bench racing. Someone said something about some of the older threads were hilarious. There's no reason current members couldn't be even more hilarious! First you have to think of each other as brothers, show a little respect and keep it funny! In conclusion: no, nobody hacked my account. I was gently reminded by another great member just how much Slappy sacrifices to give us this great place. He never talks about it, he never complains. I just feel that we could start showing Slappy our gratitude with good deeds and good will. Pull on up to the fire and share with the rest of us!
  5. 17 points
    I'll play. WTF are you doing wearing rubber gloves for an antenna swap?
  6. 16 points
    After 34 years in municipal engineering, the last 17 years at a Water District in San Diego County, I'm retired. I just left my exit interview, gave up my keys, my ID, and slide rule (what's that?) and am waiting for 11 am for my final lunch. After lunch, its a quick 18 holes at Temecula Creek Inn and then home to momma for a celebratory dinner at a local restaurant. Our plans? Pack up the house and then beat feet out of Cali. Please don't ask why, I don't have enough time to type the list. We're off to Michigan to enjoy the outdoors. We bought a house on 16 acres with a 1 acre stocked pond and woods with deer, turkey, fox, and other misc. fur bearing animals. It will be nice to hunt and fish in my own backyard. Its 13 miles from Michigan International Speedway and close to several public lakes, hiking, hunting, and fishing areas. My first goal is to vote out the America hating Muslim sympathizer Rashida Tlaib. It will be nice to be in a place where my vote may have meaning, unlike conservative votes in Cali. You'll see my buggy up for sale soon. Take care everybody, I've enjoyed the banter, arguments, and keyboard heroics throughout the many years and will check in once in a while.
  7. 16 points
    Liberty and freedom is worth fighting for. Please remember those who have sacrificed everything so we can enjoy anything. I’m proud to be an American and I’m humbled by the sacrifice so many have made, remember them, honor them, and rever the Flag and those by whom it has been made possible to stand in this our time.
  8. 15 points
    Guy in FORD Super Duty has obviously been in yore shoes...(Walking on side of road)
  9. 14 points
    Throughout my life I have been called alot of things , had many heated discussions because of my beliefs , because of my view on the world , our country , and because of those confrontations in things I’ve sat back a bit to hide in plain sight . I Had many arguments about Chinese manufacturing, watched my machine shop lose business , my friends machine shops lose business , or priced / regulated out of business . I have watched my own product line , friends product lines copied by greedy untalented Americans using China manufacturing only for those finished products to appear on amazon as originals for a cost I can’t even buy the materials for . Have witnessed busloads of Chinese buyers on real estate tours around so cal (China hills ) formerly chino hills , Rancho Cucamonga , to buy up real estate , entire new housing tracts and new condo buildings . Heard horrible stories of working class home buyer after home buyer losing out offers on houses to all cash Chinese buyers . I have lived next door to what we discovered was a Chinese birthing house . In the past have Argued the morality of these things but Figuring to save a couple years of life expectancy I’ll just live my life with a degree of nihilism to isolate my beliefs to focus that my mindset with those that are close to me who believe similarly and not to give a sheet any longer outside of my circle to make my life easier . So a couple years later this event has made am awake to the reality that’s the wrong way . It’s what they want . They want the patriots the conservatives, the gun owners , the builders , the welders , the machinists , the mechanics and a whole lot of other tradesmen to be silent . They want us to not educate others and our youth on the constitution, our bill of rights .they don’t want us teaching our trades . They have taken this out of most high schools . It’s too dangerous ,and not vital any longer because of Chinese manufacturing. And whose buying up America??? They want us dependent on them . Their overseas bullshit and those politicians making billions from us being and increasingly becoming just a buncha consumers . They want us to give up the fights , they want us to be owned . For me This time is more than just the corona virus itself and a communist country’s malicious acts against the world and their Trojan horse tactics of defeating democracy . For me this is the time for America to get ourselves back in the game . Investing in and educate our youth to secure the American way of life for the future . Investing in producing again to secure the future success of our country . Getting back to the basics in American life . Buying American and supporting small business . Defending our constitution. Its The only way I see going forward for myself . How are you gonna move forward ! Dj
  10. 14 points
    We've been holding out for several weeks and unveiled it this weekend. It was for sale on here and I had it secured within 5 min. Picked it up ten days later. Been drooling on it ever since. It's one bad ass sand car. Love the v8 power. Getting used to the weight and plan on making some adjustments to the turning brakes and rear tire spacing.
  11. 13 points
    The beauty of Glamis lay not with how fast you can go, or how far you can jump. The beauty of Glamis Can be seen when the sound of silence reaches out and takes hold of you.
  12. 13 points
    California is taking the coronavirus seriously. I hear new testing methods are being done without even leaving your house. All you have to do is mail a sample of your stool to: Governor Gavin Newsom 1303 10th Street, Suite 1173 Sacramento, CA 95814 Representative Nancy Pelosi 90 7th St #2800 San Francisco, CA 94103
  13. 13 points
    Thank You to everyone I don't write real articulate and all sappy We just know we are blessed to have this badass as our Dad Grampa and Great Grampa. He lived his life on his terms doing exactly what he loved every single day. the FUNCO FAMILY I've been very fortunate to have worked side by side with him , recreated with him and loved him , he was my best friend and gave his whole being to myself and our whole family. Taught me ethics honesty integrity and the meaning of unconditional love. We are very fortunate to have documentation of his life and legacy , please if you have older parents do a video interview wth their life story. Do it NOW do not wait.
  14. 13 points
    Been a long time trying to leave the state. My business is going with me, and were going to start our next chapter in life. Were so excited and will be living near a National forest around 7000 Ft. in Arizona. We closed on the house this last Friday, and were making our first big load next Friday. So Excited! Very quite, peace full, No HOA's, just a perfect situation for us. My wife and I loved this state, and retired from the Marine Corps here back in 2000. We hate to see what has become of it, and where it seems to be going. Its a shame that politicians have made things so bad that the working man has to leave in order to retire some day. I look forward in making this last deployment so to speak, to our final home. I cant tell you how much this move means to us. We worked so hard for it to finally happen. We hope to eventually get back to the dunes sometime. My shoulder injury 3 years ago, really put a damper on things.
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    now if we could only shut the media down for like 6 months.... then perhaps people wouldn't be losing that last rattling marble, where their brains used to be. Lets just use some common sense people. And those agencies of the media and their talking heads, who are whipping this situation into a frenzy, and inciting all the chaos should be brought up on charges. They are in fact enemies of the STATE, and are in large part, wholely responsible for the economic meltdown..Causing fear and panic, causing sheeple to act like idiots.
  17. 12 points
    This is my two oldest boys and my daughter playing my grandmothers funeral last week. It was a proud moment for my wife, my mother and I.
  18. 12 points
    I have never had a happy place in my life , until Kevin giving me my first taste of glamis I had No peace just So much anger , frustration with life with death and the hard lessons . Bad luck was my friend and all that passed by finding A true beauty that exists , beyond the sport itself , past the sights , the smells and the thrills and disappointments . It Is friendships and A common interest that bridges gaps in backgrounds and time and place on earth . It’s the sand that makes us the same and gives us the experiences , friendships that allows for us to have and to find that peace . I’m forever grateful and respectful of being given that gift of finding a taste of peace . Dj
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    So anyone who goes to costco knows; you breeze through check out and wait in the bottleneck at the door to have the person draw a smiley face on your receipt. Well, my local walmart started this recently. Today being friday, there was quite a line. And I just walked right past the guy inspected all 1000 items in the old ladies cart at the front. He said, “hey sirrrrr” but i was gone. A guy that had just made it through the line commented to me, “i wish i had just done that”. I told him eff walmart, i paid, its not a club, im not gonna wait for their geriatric to look at my two items and my receipt, and most importantly, they wont chase down a thief, you think they are gonna chase down a paying customer? Pretty sad all us poor suckers are punished in so many ways for the fuc*tards in this country. When are we going to start beating the shit out of thieves, and making the drug atticts ruining our cities clean up or GTFO
  21. 12 points
    Life is not easy, it most certainly in not fair either.. Have seen a lot of people who seem to have success fall in their lap, sometimes even undeserved.. I have also seen people who do the right thing, are ethical, and work their a$$ off, and live paycheck to paycheck.. In the end, you will have to answer for all your actions, and have to look yourself in the mirror, and go to bed with yourself.. If you don’t like what you see in the mirror, then roll up your sleeves; and get busy.. John, I have seen some really ingenious stuff come out of your shop.. I also have seen some real crap.. I would imagine that was happening when the economy dumped, and your life you were explaining was going south.. That was then. Here you are today.. What will people say about you moving forward? You have a say in determining that..Everyone can write a new tomorrow, and different chapter for the future.. John, if UTV’s have overtaken your buggy sales, maybe look for creative ways to apply your ingenuity to the UTV market. It is possible to make lemonade when given a bag of lemons.. .Here are just a very few tips for success that I have tried to implement daily, & have served me well.. - Do good work. even if it costs you more to deliver. Cutting corners will never pay off. Did I mention , Do good work? A persons work reads like a book as to who they are. -don’t promise timelines you can’t deliver on.. Just don’t do it.. (under promise & then over deliver)It will be some of the most effective advertising you’ll ever do. - COMMUNICATE with your customers.. Be brutally honest, and let them know if a problem has come up.. They appreciate knowing, even if it isn’t what they wanted to hear.. Things happen with suppliers or situations out of your control, no sense adding to your agony by avoiding delivering the bad news.. if its out of your control you have nothing to feel bad about.. It is however your responsibility to let them know.. -follow up with customers.. Find out if they were happy ,or disappointed.. Having a dialogue with an unhappy customers is just an opportunity to sharpen your game, & hopefully not make that mistake again if possible.. A happy customer validates you are on the right track, and lets you know where to double down your energy on for continued success.. I just want you to know .ANYONE has the ability to change, it is a matter of discipline & fortitude.. I wish you lots of success John. -For the record, the set of boxed arms you did for my DD several years ago fit like a glove , and are still in use on the car today..😎
  22. 12 points
    Um Economic growth, job creation etc. the economy is flat out rolling. As for Twitter , he's not acting " Presidential " because he's not a political insider like the last 20 years of Rep/Dem BS. The media is getting to you : ) As for the swamp not being drained, it's tough when both sides are against you because you are not in their political cult. I suggest you ignore the biased media on both sides as well as social media and judge things from the real world around you. If you really have friends and people in your circle that are changing into socialists ( like the media says ) then get new friends or give them a history lesson.
  23. 11 points
    Nah, us ford guys know a dodge guy when we see him walkin...
  24. 11 points
    Then how would the Pad 3 people get to Olds? Or get from Olds back to Pad 3?
  25. 11 points
    If you stay up all night drinking and driving your toys it makes it very hard for them to get stolen.
  26. 11 points
    Boy time has aged you two
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    Saw this today . Pulled over made polite contact with the offender and politely refused to leave until it was proper . F morons
  29. 11 points
    Don't ya'all be strangers ... remember I am one of you GD.COM knuckleheads
  30. 11 points
    Dallas TX (AP) - A seven-year old boy was at the center of a Dallas courtroom drama yesterday when he challenged a court ruling over who should have custody of him. The boy has a history of being beaten by his parents and the judge initially awarded custody to his aunt, in keeping with child custody law and regulation requiring that family unity be maintained to the highest degree possible. The boy surprised the court when he proclaimed that his aunt beat him more than his parents and he adamantly refused to live with her. When the judge then suggested that he live with his grandparents, the boy cried and said that they also beat him. After considering the remainder of the immediate family and learning that domestic violence was apparently a way of life among them, the judge took the unprecedented step of allowing the boy to propose who should have custody of him. After two recesses to check legal references and confer with the child welfare officials, the judge granted temporary custody to the Dallas Cowboys, whom the boy firmly believes are not capable of beating anyone.
  31. 11 points
    After reading this thread I feel like you need an intervention......... I’ll be the ahole and point out the elephant in the room that a couple of posters have eleuded to. You need to understand you are dumping and will be continuing to dump a PILEof money into what looks like a home built chassis. That chassis is not worthy of an LS. You still have a torsion housing from a VW in that chassis right? You’re building a lopsided car. Cut your loses, salvage the parts you can and search the for sale adds for a good quality chassis built by a reputable builder with tried and true correct chassis geometry, appropriate sized tubing with good triangulation. Of course resale value can also be a factor. I know you are hindered by your location but don’t let that stop you from haveing a property built car that will provide you and your family with as safe as possible experience that will take you out in the dunes so you can enjoy the time you have running the car rather than wishing you had done it right looking at your family sitting in lawn chairs while you work in vain trying to cobble some morphodite car back together in an attempt for at least one decent ride. Sorry, not trying to discourage you but we all want you to succeed in your quest for a good car, not become bitter and hate the predicament you get yourself into and disappoint yourself and your family. There have been many cars for sale that are in various states of disassembly for a great price on here. I don’t know what he is currently getting for a chassis but Jesse at JP Designs sells a very good car for a great price and will sell it in about any stage you want to buy it. If my post offends you I’m sorry that’s not my intent just ignore it and I won’t respond again.
  32. 11 points
    Ok, I'll play. I have yet to meet a woman who implanted something in her chest that fixed what was wrong in her head.
  33. 11 points
    21 years with this fantastic woman. She has put up with my crazy adventures, wild ideas, and mental looniness for this long, and if I’m lucky, she stays for another 21 years. Thank you Jen for being the best part of my life.
  34. 10 points
    When a customer asks if you want a break from messing with sandcars. We build gates. He wanted a castle door look for his breezeway. We built these 10ft all steel door to look like old wood doors.
  35. 10 points
    I know there is a pet forum, but I feel this needs to be somewhere that gets traffic.... One of my big pups suddenly fell ill Thursday. Wouldn't eat, lethargic, bloody stool. Took him into the regular vet Friday, but they had no clue what was up. They put him on an IV, antibiotic, and pain meds. Suggested he go to a place that would take him overnight/over weekend, ER kinda place. They Suggested AVECCC (Arizona veterinary emergency & critical care) in Gilbert. A bit of a haul from us in south PHX, but my buddy deserved the best. From the second I walked in the door they were more professional than any "people" ER. My guy is 120lb and was not able to walk in on his own. They met us at the car with a gurney to move him inside, and then rushed him away. Before we even had the admin paper work done, and paid of course...., they had done blood work and had a preliminary diag. I'm talking in like 10 minutes from the time I pulled up to the door. We OK'd a preliminary amount of treatment/money (even a DNR and resuscitation event) and they came back to us in a few minutes let us know that he needed to be admitted, but we could see him before we left. This place wasn't done blowing me away with their care. He was on an elevated bed, two heating blankets, hot air jet (his temp was down), at least 3 IV fluids, and two vet tech/nurses watching him. His heart beat and blood pressure were so low they couldn't detect them at first.. The preliminary diag is Addison's disease. A hormonal train wreck. Can't regulate electrolytes. That F's up everything. Mild steroids for life now. Went to visit him this morning. Up on his feet, went for a walk around their yard, pee'd on everything, feed him (they brought in diced chicken breast, canned dog food, and baby pure'e in different dishes. hadn't eaten since Wed. He cleared it out.). Still not 100%, but a million times better than when we came in. Probably needs to stay the weekend. All that to say, if your pet (furry, feathered, or scaly) needs help ASAP the team at AVECCC can't be beat IMO.
  36. 10 points
    I know. I have lost track of how many times I left my Wildcat far from the trailer on the edge of camp only to see it was still there the next morning. Even the thieves do not want it.
  37. 10 points
    Good roads bring bad people, bad roads bring good people...
  38. 10 points
    If the revival of an old thread is the source of aggravation in your life you may be a Snowflake. Maybe you could start a thread of a list of trigger words we shouldn't use so this continues to be a safe zone for you.
  39. 10 points
    Throw as much as you want at them, I have bills to pay. 😎
  40. 10 points
    https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2019/05/02/be-a-rooftop-korean-n2545651 Be A Rooftop Korean The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com. Source: AP Photo/Reed Saxon We should all be ready to do our duty as American citizens and, when duty calls, each of us should embrace our inner Rooftop Korean. The year was 1992, 27 years ago right about now, and the city was Los Angeles. Several police officers who got into a videotaped brawl with a petty criminal named Rodney King were acquitted of beating him up. The city exploded. It was chaos. I was a first-year law student, back a year from the Gulf War, and I had just joined the California Army National Guard. My unit was the 3rd Battalion, 160th Infantry, and we got called up early the first night and were on the streets for three long weeks. Making it even more delightful was the fact that the unit was in Inglewood, which was pretty much on fire. They burned most everything around, except our armory – that would have gone badly for them – and the Astro Burger. My battalion commander grabbed then-First Lieutenant Schlichter, and we went all over the city in his humvee as he led his deployed and dispersed troops. Our soldiers came, in large part, from the areas most effected by the riots, and they were notably unpleasant to the thugs and criminals who quickly discovered our guys had no patience for nonsense. One dummy discovered that the hard way when he tried to run over some Guard soldiers from another battalion; he had a closed casket funeral. The city went insane. Order simply ceased to exist. It was Lord of the Flies. I remember a cop totally breaking down because everything was completely out of control. But I had a M16A1 – a real assault rifle – and I had a bunch of buddies with M16A1s. The regular folks … not so much. The decent people of LA were terrified, and with good reason. See, the dirty little secret of civilization is that it’s designed to maintain order when 99.9% of folks are orderly. But, say, if just 2% of folks stop playing by the rules…uh oh. Say LA’s population was 15 million in 1992…that’s 300,000 bad guys. There were maybe 20,000 cops in all the area agencies then, plus 20,000 National Guard soldiers and airman, plus another 10,000 active soldiers and Marines the feds brought in. Law enforcement is based on the concept that most people will behave and that the crooks will be overwhelmed by sheer numbers of officers. But in the LA riots, law enforcement was massively outnumbered. Imposing order took time. And until then, our citizens were on their own, at the mercy of the mob. Betting that the cavalry was going to come save you was a losing bet. LA’s Korean shopkeepers knew that. They operated many small businesses in some of the least fashionable areas of Los Angeles, and they were already widely hated by activists, being scapegoated for problems and pathologies that long pre-dated their immigration to Southern California. So, they became targets for the mobs. Bad decision by the mobs. See, most of these Koreans had done their mandatory service in the Republic of Korea’s Army. Those ROK soldiers are the real deal – the Norks are not a theoretical threat and the South Korean army does not spend a lot of time talking about feelings. They were some solid dudes. So, when the local dirtbags showed up for some casual looting, they noticed the rooftops were lined with hardcore guys packing some serious heat, including the kind of scary rifles that the Democrats want to ban. The Rooftop Koreans. It did not take long for the bad guys to realize that the Rooftop Koreans were not playing games – they were playing for keeps. The mob went away in search of softer targets. There’s a lesson there. Our first responders are awesome, but it takes nothing away from their heroism to point out that the title “first responder” is a misnomer. The citizens on site are the first responders. And they should be ready to respond. We all should. Personally. Some duties of citizen should never be outsourced. If you are an able-bodied adult, it’s your duty to know how to stop the bleeding and give CPR until the pros who do it for a living arrive. And it’s your duty (and right) to defend yourself, your family, your community and your Constitution. With guns – effective guns, which sometimes means your concealed pistol and sometimes means the guns that those who want you defenseless call “assault weapons.” Ban them? We should insist non-felon adult, able-bodied citizens own them and become proficient with them because all that law and order you see around you can disappear in a heartbeat. I watched it happen up close and personal, in one of America’s biggest cities. And as the Rooftop Koreans recognized, groups of citizens with (preferably) semi-auto rifles with 30-rounds mag is the only thing that is going to keep a mob in check. It’s your duty to be prepared to defend our community. Your duty. Yes, being a citizen of a free country is sometimes hard. Too bad. Tighten up and be ready and able to pick up a weapon. Whether it’s a riots and disaster, or whether it’s some scumbag who decides to shoot up your house of worship or a shopping mall, it’s on you. You have a job to do when chaos comes – no shirking your responsibility and outsourcing it to the local police or the Army. Being a citizen is not a spectator sport. Now, the left does not see things that way. The mere idea of a good guy with a gun makes them wet themselves. The left hates the notion that we citizens might take personal ownership of, and responsibility for, the security of our own country – that we might act like citizens. See, citizens are unruly. Stubborn. Uppity. We’re hard to control at the best of times. Armed, 300 million of us are impossible to control, unless we consent to it. Now, the Founders, who enshrined the natural right of free men to keep and bear arms in our Bill of Rights preceded only by the rights of free speech and freedom of religion, knew this. To them, an armed citizenry that is prepared, mentally and logistically, to respond to threats to the people is a feature. To the liberal elite, it is a bug. The elite wants serfs, not citizens. It recognizes the threat in our possession of modern weaponry. But it’s not a threat of us causing evil but of us quelling it. An armed people is a free people, and a free people demands its rights and its say in its own governance. Liberals talk about “gun control,” but what the really want is total control. Of us. There are two models to which Americans can aspire. One is to be citizens, armed and sovereign. The other is to be serfs, disarmed and obedient to their liberal elite overlords. Choose wisely. Choose to be a Rooftop Korean.
  41. 9 points
    So I tried to make some lemonade.... I think it came out pretty well. I was going to simply bolt it to the wall, but did not want to drill holes through the stucco..
  42. 9 points
    What's the cost of the anchor baby, it's support, Juanita's check, and the liberal vote that comes with all that? Drug crime? Insurance premiums on the rise for stolen trucks moving "stuff"..? >$4000 a foot. Build it. California to Texas. Connect the Pacific and the Gulf with a wall.
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    Glamis Chick was my wife she passed away due to cancer, she was 35 years old. We were on gd.com from the very beginning, everyone loved her and her personality. She rode with the best of them and had no problem keeping up on the fast guy ride's. Fed all the tent campers and even took some under me mothers wing. After she passed lifestyle had to change and a near death accident from me made me slow down and raise my kids. Slowly Glamis faded away for my family. Glamis peeps will still be my family forever. Im sure there are plenty of stories that can be shared here.
  44. 9 points
    Officially finished the Kitchen Remodel... Before.. After...complete gut Happy Wife, Happy Life.
  45. 9 points
    Owner found!!! Someone saw the lost post on FB lost dune dogs. Sent me a txt and got a call from owner. Good day!
  46. 9 points
    They made it. We gave them the grand tour.
  47. 9 points
    ok so the lower center of gravity I get. that is where the pro's stop I think. Cost, reliability,messing with fuels, ie race gas or e85. lack of Tq and just overall way more driver input than a V8. Now lets talk power. you are topped out with a subi say 500hp with keeping it from blowing up. Oh yea you want to upgrade that power in the future you better rob a bank cause it is going to cost you. Hands down the LS platform is the best Rail engine out there. Banshee's where the shit back in the day and 4 strokes have taken over. Subi is the banshee engine of the Rail world the LS is the 4 stroke winner.
  48. 9 points
    I agree with you BIG TIME!!! Experience the BLM in Dumont VS Glamis....It is UNREAL. In Dumont they are there to help you make your vacation a great experience and any way they can help ...they do...…...Glamis on the other hand is the EXACT OPPOSITE...….. shakedown city...….full blown tactical gear ….han solo holsters...…..3 units lit up on a 12 year old kid with a broken whip......Yup ….witnessed it first hand I can't explain it but once you see what its supposed to be like (Dumont) and then actualy experience what happens at Glamis you just shake your head. I am not talking about the BLM Medics (they are very professional and helpful) Its sad when pro law enforcement good people get to a point where they cringe every time you see a ranger in glamis…….and for every PPOG (perfect people of glamis) who jump on the bandwagon and say "Ive never been hasseled...bla bla …..If you are not doing anything wrond…..bla bla…) Just Wait till it happens to you...….. Its a real life experience ! Very sorry you had to spend your hard earned $$$ on another pass when the one you purchased was a few miles away waiting for your kids.(WHICH YOU SHOULD NEVER NEED A PERMIT ANYWAY BECAUSE ITS BLM LAND...…..That's another scam in itself) Unfortunatly, the PPOG are strong here on gd.com and you will hear 10 different ways on why you were wrong......It Fees / ohv passes / Brutal attitudes / camp fire permits.........……. Pay up.... Its just the way its become...……. I have avoided ALL big weekends at all costs. The number 1 reason is because of the BLM and the "atmosphere" that is created when there are 100 Rangers for every 2 visitors...…..Its really sad.
  49. 9 points
  50. 9 points
    Can't wait for tomorrow's thread... what do you torque your lug nuts too...

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