|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 02:22 pm: ||
"And when you get home...SCRAPE YOUR DIAL-IN OFF THE WINDOW."
words to live by..
|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 02:54 pm: ||
I ended up next to a 69 Dodge Challenger on a winding 4 lane though town. My 1976 VW Scirocco with a header and Weber carb had a pretty good power to weight ratio. The challenger nailed it at the light so I had to defend myself. I was ahead of him at 70 in a 35 when my old whistler radar detector beeped one time. I eased out and let him pass then nailed the brakes. He must have stayed in it because as I made it around the bend the cops had him lit up already. Close call! I don't think I would have been able to talk my way out of that one!
I think I've gone off topic again. It's just so easy to talk about how stupid we were, and still are sometimes!
I wonder what these snowflakes say after they've been pulled over? There BOT.
|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 03:09 pm: ||
Great going OT here. I've got actual snowflakes falling here in Mur-vil...
I used to be fast. That's why I sold the Triumph, I'd like to get a bit older. But I do remember a weekend down in N. GA chasing Tom B., Tim, Barker, and another lunatic on a Husky supermoto on my CityX around the mountains... we blew by a county Mountie at triple digits a few miles below the turnoff for Richard Russell. Made that turn QUICK.
|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 05:15 pm: ||
Yeah...I'd been at the track all day. I did have my DOT tires back on...but methinks the 12.79 may have been a bit of a giveaway...
I don't think I was running race gas at the time. I don't remember smelling it, anyway (the track sells it, but only the "scented" stuff so you smell like a bottle of grape Nehi going down the track!).
That night I tossed a razor-blade scraper in the glovebox right next to the white shoe polish, soon as I got home!
It's just so easy to talk about how stupid we were, and still are sometimes!
...and yet, we're still HERE to talk about it. Plenty of times I look back at vignettes of my life and shake my head and wonder "I'm still here....?"
|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 06:45 pm: ||
Dang, I clicked on the "snowflake" thread thinking someone would post some pictures of the crybabies burning flags just because Donald Trump recognized president Clinton's order of moving the embassy in Israel to a different town.
Wait, why is she allowed to have a voice? I thought her opinion is only worth half that of a man.
These dudes clearly aren't mad, they're just happy to have an excuse to go F- stuff up!
Typical momahed-esque behavior.
Now that's just a waist of a perfectly good throw!
Islam. Making zero sense since before Mohamed was kissing boys' penises and then condemning gays(that's a true story. look it up).
|Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 - 10:35 pm: ||
..and yet, we're still HERE to talk about it. Plenty of times I look back at vignettes of my life and shake my head and wonder "I'm still here....?"
In order to become old and wise you must first survive being young and STUPID!!
|Posted on Sunday, December 10, 2017 - 08:28 am: ||
Draymond Green thinks NBA team owners are like slave holders. Snowflake Green says Players aren't "owned."
https://nypost.com/2017/11/03/mark-cuban-draymond- green-owes-nba-an-apology/ Article: Mark Cuban explains the basics to Draymond Green
We own equity. We donít own people. Ö I guess itís because he went to Michigan State and didnít take any business classes, but you own equity. When you own a team, you own equity, shares of stock. Thatís called ownership. Tell him if he wants to take classes at Indianaís business school, Iíll even pay for his classes and weíll help him learn that stuff.
|Posted on Sunday, December 10, 2017 - 09:10 am: ||
I'm sorry. I'll admit I don't follow team sports in general...but I have yet to EVER hear of someone being called a "player owner".
They're "TEAM OWNERS". They own the TEAM. In other words, the franchise. Name. Image. Merchandising. They own - as Cuban says - the BUSINESS, not the people.
Players are employees of the team. And just like any other employee, they are (well...should be) expected to play by certain company rules pertaining to decorum, dress, behavior, and the like. Don't follow the rules? YOU'RE FIRED.
I love Mark's line about "I'll be happy to pay for his business courses". That's awesome.
|Posted on Sunday, December 10, 2017 - 11:49 am: ||
If he's that span up about his conscription . . . he should emancipate his ass and quit taking the millions . . . that'd teach Masta a lesson
|Posted on Monday, December 11, 2017 - 06:36 pm: ||
College enlists Care Bears to comfort stressed-out students