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  1. Pretty psyched to get this in the mail today.
    6 points
  2. I wonder if Democrats are even capable of being embarrassed.
    6 points
  3. Found elsewhere: "So they let you work as “essential workers” throughout the entire pandemic where you could literally become infected and die. And now that the :syringe: are here, you must all get one or you can’t work anymore...where you already were working.. during the entire deadly pandemic... and you didn’t die"
    6 points
  4. Motherfuckers, now I'm all teary eyed. We lost this little tardo in February to cancer. still have her litter mate Dessa, Twiggy the Saluki, and Loki the Husky. All rescues. This one, by far was my favorite. One I'll probably never get over. RIP Honey Bear.
    6 points
  5. You guys are awesome. I got Zoe when her litter was orphaned at two weeks. Mrs. Racer 1.0s father is an inbred countryfuck. He lived on a busy road, with a 50 mph limit. He got dogs, wouldn't fence or otherwise secure them. They went into the road and got run over. He always said, "Too stupid to stay out of the road, too stupid to live." He was given a female Blue Heeler. Said he wouldn't take her unless she was fixed. They lied and said she was fixed, and Joe (my former father in law) is too stupid to roll her over and check for a scar. Two weeks later she is in heat, every stray around was mounting her. Grandpa lived next door and told Joe, "You better put the bitch in the barn, she's in heat." Inbred countryfuck Joe says, "She can't be in heat, she's been fixed." He is too stupid to know dogs don't fuck for fun like we do. So she gives birth to 11 pups, and two weeks later she gets killed by a car, because, "She is too stupid to stay out of the road." Mrs. Racer 1.0 just happened to stop by when Joe was loading the 11 puppies into a burlap sack and take them out to the pond and drown them. I was working second shift then, and when I came home she was sitting there trying to nurse them with baby formula, crying. "I couldn't let my dad just kill them." she bawled. The baby formula wan't working, they just puked it back up. I went to the store and got some goat's milk. That was all it took. Zoe was the only female, and the runt. I was nursing here when her eyes opened, so she imprinted on me as mother. Even though she was the runt, she dominated the litter, even mounting the other pups to show dominance over them. We kept two of the pups and gave the other 10 homes. When I divorced Mrs. Racer 1.0 a couple years later I kept Zoe, she kept the other dog. Zoe and I were never apart in her almost 15 years. One afternoon about a month before her 15th birthday she came up to me as I watched TV, laid her chin on my knee and gave me a look that said it was her time. That was about 15 years ago. I still miss her. She was very smart, learned a large vocabulary, even phrases. She would bring anything I pointed to and said, "Bring Zoe!". As you can see in the photos, she loved to pose, and I believe she knew the camera saved memories. She loved to fetch, and play Frisbee. I don't think she understood that she was a dog and not people. She always socialized well with most people, but was always very guarded around dogs, and only tolerated a few that she saw regularly.
    6 points
  6. Now they’re all sick….
    5 points
  7. 5 points
  8. Ready to BLAST!!!!!!! Again.... Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr Untitled by five1oh2010, on Flickr
    5 points
  9. Columbine - President Truman's Air Force One. Believe President Eisenhower also used it.
    5 points
  10. Time for a new motor
    4 points
  11. May take a break from tearing down a plaster ceiling today and try these bitches out.
    4 points
  12. Just another day at the Hino Garage! We just started working on the car and this dude shows up. What was his name Jeff? Nice guy. Pretty excited to show off his car. It was SR20DET powered. Looked fun! Speaking of fun, by sunset we were able to finish the wiring, leak check the fuel system, mount the rear firewall, window net, belts, seat, modify the battery box, mount the fire bottle, finish the dash, mount the radio and gopro, and start the modification and welding mods to the electric steering kit. Then the real fun began. Or buddy Paul came over to supervise (He's the boss!) Jeff learning to use the new tire machines. They started playing with the balancer and an old wheel and tire. Then they dismounted and mounted several old tires and wheels for practice. Then it was time for the real thing! And that's how you do it! : )
    4 points
  13. Maybe that's why there are well trained attendants to pump for you in Oregon
    4 points
  14. Not polite to make fun of the retarded.
    4 points
  15. Got a new battery box, one size smaller, so it will fit between the fuel tank and wall... We finally figured out the issue with the wire feed welder and got it working much better. Tim burning in the front roll bar plates... Came out pretty decent (yes, I did grind that smooth after the photo 😁) Then he burned in the plates for the rear down tubes... At this point we said screw it, why stop there? So we grabbed the main hoop and tacked it in place... And that's where we stopped for the evening... Hoping tomorrow we can burn in the harness bar, finish welding the hoop to the floor, and then make/install the down tubes... 👍
    4 points
  16. This may end up being a huge picture dump. The car has changed a lot over the past 3 years. Lets start from the top: In June 2018 I started collecting the parts to install bike carbs on the new to me L20B. I got a U-bend and 3d-printed some angle jigs to exactly match the CAD model of the intake I had already designed. Welded everything up and test fit on the broken motor: I painted the manifold originally, but went back and powder coated it OD green to match the intake manifold on the Z. Fast forward to September 2018, I picked up some E30 convertible seats for up front. I love the adjust ability and bolsters on these! Also, the previous owner met up with me and gave me a box full of spares he had on the shelf for the car. My kiddos love cruising around in this thing so since I live super close to the smokey mountains, we decided to take a trip to Cades Cove in November 2018. I got a few good pictures of the car by the tunnel in/out of the place. Next in the timeline was a rad photo shoot with a good friend of mine that shoots analog photography. I have dabbled in film a little but I have no idea what I'm doing so we got together to collaborate on a photoshoot. The car hibernated during the winter and come March 2019 I had a guy I work with do the body work and paint the car. After getting the car back from paint in May 2019. The guy who painted it was gracious enough to "wet sand and buff" the car before delivery. However his buffing job just wasn't up to my standards, so I spent the better part of 2 months polishing the turd. I should have pulled the bumpers because he didn't get good paint coverage behind them, so those areas got blacked out. I made a set of "bluebird-u" emblems to replace my roached 610 ones. I installed the rest of the trim and drove the car for a while trying to decide what I was going to do with the bumpers. I finally settled on straightening and tucking the stock park benches for the time being. I had a hard time deciding on what finish I wanted the bumpers. I painted them semi-gloss black but decided that wasn't going to cut it. After a ton of research on chrome imitation coatings I finally decided to chrome vinyl wrap them. That brings us up to October 2019. I more or less just drove the car up until spring of 2020 when I picked up a set of S13 coilovers to toss on the 280ZX struts I had traded into. That more or less has the car up to date. Recently I picked up a set of seat covers for the E30 Seats and I'm in the middle of recovering them. Hopefully it won't take me 3 years to post pictures of them completed.
    4 points
  17. I had some cheap Goodyear tires on my old Accord. I was following a garbage truck on a twisty road in light rain and couldn't keep up with it through the turns because the tires kept breaking loose 🥴 Pretty much swore off Goodyear after that. There's nothing fiscally justifiable when spending money on a 521, so don't even think about it. You'll never get the money back anyways. I just think about it as entertainment spending.
    4 points
  18. My first 7/20 with this truck. Just turned 104,000. Daniel
    4 points
  19. Does that look like a bus full of "Karens" or what ? Except for the two "Kens" sitting next to each other.
    4 points
  20. Here's the real super spreader event, 5 test positive now. Dems running away from Texas photo op
    4 points
  21. Payen Pa-22, an experimental French aircraft designed in 1935. It was confiscated by the Germans during their occupation of France in 1940, and was remarked with German insignia.
    4 points
  22. You guys are killing me ..... I swear the universe is telling my family we need a dog in the house again.... We lost all 3 of ours a couple years ago with in 6 or 8 months of each other.... my jack Russell being the unexpected loss with what we believe was a bad stroke...... Other 2 were expected medical issues and age .... Pug was the wifes when I met her, i had Max my Jack Russell who was a rescue, and she brought the chihuahua home one night as a rescue.... she regretted it years later but we gave him a good life regardless..... Rest in peace boys....
    4 points
  23. Cleaned my windows on my vintage Datsun with some vintage Nissan glass cleaner.
    4 points
  24. I've lost a lot of things in my time, parents, friends but nothing hurt as much as having to let my 'Big Dog' go. When I made the decision to have a friend who is a vet make a house call I broke down crying and my wife ran in and all she could do is hold me. I'm crying as I write this, it was 5 or 6 years ago and the grief is still terrible and may never go away. I have cats now but when out walking I pet every dog I meet and it fills the void. http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q251/datzenmike/nondatsun/familyandothers012Large.jpg
    4 points
  25. Untitled by raymond medeiros, on Flickr Untitled by raymond medeiros, on Flickr Holy shiiiiiiiiittttttttt
    3 points
  26. The cigarette instantly disqualifies her.
    3 points
  27. Looks like a GB Special inspired design.
    3 points
  28. Nothing wrong with big girls. Let me say that. Just that buttock shaking shit is a big turn off for me. I had a big one once and I never forgot that girl.
    3 points
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