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Re: New Car

Postby UnderDude » Mon Oct 06, 2014 1:23 pm

Strong vehicle. Get some pics up dude.
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Re: New Car

Postby mission_survivor » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:38 pm

ConSeannery wrote:...raised the front end about two inches so it doesn't slope forward, and the tires don't rub when I turn any more.

Glad the rubbing got fixed, but what wrong with a racing slant? I like the front heavy look.

ConSeannery wrote:Or shooting, stabbing, and skull smashing for that matter. I doubt it will be a matter of getting used to it, but rather becoming numb to it, if you understand the difference I'm trying to point out. One thing's for sure though, PTSD will be pretty rampant by the time it's all said and done.

zombreach wrote:...I think I would have a hard time getting used to inflicting any type of injury to the human form, especially if it was someone I knew. PTSD, here I come!

No doubt it will be a fast track to PTSD-ville.
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Re: New Car

Postby Bob » Wed Oct 08, 2014 5:37 pm

I see animals as innocents who are tortured and starved by humans.
I truly thing many humans are evil and need to be eliminated.
I have 3 rescue dogs that I do my best to give a good life.
All three are broken in some way by their original owners.
In the case of the Male Dobie it is a Goddamn good thing I don't know where that worthless son of a bitch lives.
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