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Gary E Avatar
Gary E Silver Member Gary Edwards
Kernersville, NC, USA   USA
Could be worse.







Gary

Hammer: Originally employed as a weapon of war, the hammer nowadays is used as a kind of divining rod to locate expensive car parts not far from the object we are trying to hit.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2019-02-02 02:31 PM by Gary E.

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colynf Colyn Firth
South Yorkshire, UK   GBR
Great video Randy,

I have that awful feeling that we looked just like that, smiling smiley

I love his comment at the end, "Nuthin to it!"smiling bouncing smiley

Cheers

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Grubeguy Gold Member Grube Guy
Washington, DC, USA   USA
In reply to # 3879494 by stagepony Hi Randy,

Forgive me for being insensitive. And thanks for taking it like a Gentleman.
If you can't lose weight, perhaps the steering column can push in or push the seat back.

Grube Guy can easily get me in trouble so I'll keep an eye on him.



In reply to # 3879416 by Randy H
In reply to # 3879386 by Grubeguy He just called you a fat bastard, Randy...

I noticed the fat part. I must have missed the bastard part.

I was thinking...."Maybe I am a little heavy. I can lose weight but personality is fixed at birth".

Uhoh - regrets if my sense of humor caused uproar. It was meant in jest ...

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stagepony Silver Member Jinno Louie
Dunedin, FL, USA   USA
1960 MG MGA "Roll-Roll"
1972 Volvo P1800 "Cadet" ~ For Sale ! ~
2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner "Corporal Lane"
2017 Mazda MX-5 "Tooth Fairy"
Grube Guy,

No worries. All is well. The written word can be greatly misunderstood.

I’m happy you’re in the club.

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Grubeguy Gold Member Grube Guy
Washington, DC, USA   USA
I'm going to give you a hug Jinno ("hug" translates to "beer" in Grube-talk, BTW)

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stagepony Silver Member Jinno Louie
Dunedin, FL, USA   USA
1960 MG MGA "Roll-Roll"
1972 Volvo P1800 "Cadet" ~ For Sale ! ~
2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner "Corporal Lane"
2017 Mazda MX-5 "Tooth Fairy"
That's cool Grube Guy! Make that a Coors Light.

Midlothian, TX, USA   USA
Well it sounds like you two have made up even if there was no making up to do. I would just like to point out that as far as I am concerned there is no anger, annoyance, ill-will, frustration, hurt feelings, bad vibes, urge for Retribution or any other emotion in these General categories. What I mean to say is, everything is cool!

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stagepony Silver Member Jinno Louie
Dunedin, FL, USA   USA
1960 MG MGA "Roll-Roll"
1972 Volvo P1800 "Cadet" ~ For Sale ! ~
2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner "Corporal Lane"
2017 Mazda MX-5 "Tooth Fairy"
Randy,

Here's my tip to anyone getting inside (or out) a small, sports car;

When getting in, sit on the seat, perpendicular 45 degrees (left) to steering wheel. Do not attempt getting in John Wayne style by shoving your right foot in.
Then, swing the butt along with both feet clockwise 45 degrees towards steering wheel.

When exiting, swing or swivel the butt counterclockwise 45 degrees towards the car door lifting both feet. Then step out with both feet.

When exiting, do not shove your left foot out, (John Wayne style) and attempt to step out on one leg. Not only will you look as clumsy as John Wayne,
you will look like an old man getting out of an old car.

It's all about body mechanics. If too little room between steering wheel and tummy,
lose the weight or push the steering wheel forward, simple as that.

ougD Doug Veale
Comox,, B. C., Canada   CAN
If your serious I have a beautiful Glacier blue 1962 MGA Roadster-reply to sdvea2@gmail.com. I’ looking for at least 35k US

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