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  1. #11176
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    Is that the wreck of PC Blue?

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  4. #11179
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
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    Fuuuuuuck ..... exquisite composition.

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    I'd rather die while I'm living then live while I'm dead

  6. #11181
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    Spent 24 hours in NYC. Perfect weather for touring the city.

    Very impressed by the High Line. It is a must see for anyone with a free hour or two in the City on a nice day. I've never scene a better repurposing of obsolescent infrastructure. My wife wanted to walk the High Line and I agreed but had no real interest. I'm so glad I saw it. The former elevated railroad turned nature walk meanders seamlessly through old and new architecture as though fairies created a magical river of greenery through the, brick, glass and steel hills and mountains of NYC.

    China Town, Chelsea and the meatpacking district were a lot of fun.

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  7. #11182
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    Quote Originally Posted by UTpowder View Post
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    Love it!

  8. #11183
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Fuuuuuuck ..... exquisite composition.
    Thanks!

  9. #11184
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC13 View Post
    Spent 24 hours in NYC. Perfect weather for touring the city.

    Very impressed by the High Line. It is a must see for anyone with a free hour or two in the City on a nice day. I've never scene a better repurposing of obsolescent infrastructure. My wife wanted to walk the High Line and I agreed but had no real interest. I'm so glad I saw it. The former elevated railroad turned nature walk meanders seamlessly through old and new architecture as though fairies created a magical river of greenery through the, brick, glass and steel hills and mountains of NYC.

    China Town, Chelsea and the meatpacking district were a lot of fun.

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    Uhuhuhuhu, meatpacking, huhuhuhuh

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    Whoops! I didnít strap the cooler down last night and we had a visit from Yogi and her two Boo-Booís at dawn.
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  11. #11186
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    You never know what you will find when exploring the mines of Park City. Must be a FORDAttachment 381153
    Ha. I think itís an IH. When I see shit like that Iíll often think ďhey we should go see if they left some gold. I mean, you donít think theyíd just take ALL the gold and leave all the trash, right?!?Ē


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    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

  12. #11187
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    Now that I look closely, I think Abraham is right, that is PC Blue.

    And contrary to what (little) has been written about it, from that pic, and others I've seen, it's actually a chevy from the mid-to-late 50s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    You never know what you will find when exploring the mines of Park City. Must be a FORDAttachment 381153
    Anyone know that tires heís running?


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    Pato Banton sounding as good as ever.

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  16. #11191
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flounder View Post
    Pato Banton sounding as good as ever.
    that's a name i haven't heard/read in 30+ years. dude must be 60.
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  17. #11192
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    I do not sniff the Coke… I only smoke Sensimilla!

  18. #11193
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    The smoke haze has finally arrived in Western Washington. So far it hasn't made it to the surface so air quality is still good.
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    Not exactly right now, but last evening.
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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Whoops! I didn’t strap the cooler down last night and we had a visit from Yogi and her two Boo-Boo’s at dawn.
    A fed bear is a dead bear and her 2 cubs. Nice going dumbfuck.

    I can’t believe people post their dumbfuckness on the internet and think it’s funny. Actually I can.
    Hunting kicks ass.
    Chicks dig Labs.
    I'll keep my job, my money and my guns and you can keep the change.
    From my cold dead hands.

  21. #11196
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebirdhunter View Post
    A fed bear is a dead bear and her 2 cubs. Nice going dumbfuck.

    I can’t believe people post their dumbfuckness on the internet and think it’s funny. Actually I can.
    Ever forget to lock your car at night in the driveway? And in the morning someone took the change out if the glovebox?

  22. #11197
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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Ever forget to lock your car at night in the driveway? And in the morning someone took the change out if the glovebox?
    I donít lock my car at home. Thereís no change in the glove box. Iím at a loss here


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    ^Where do you keep your change, in the cupholder?
    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

  24. #11199
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    In the same Snoopy piggy bank I had as a kid.

    Makes it hard to fit in the glove box though.
    I still call it The Jake.

  25. #11200
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    It was actually riser's kids. They left it unlocked to throw him off the scent.

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