Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by MrYeahbut, Sep 12, 2014.
He was too busy parading his missile through Red Square to notice
No, but I could see Ruby Ridge.
I went to Couer d'alene to play golf on the 4th of July and the skinheads were protesting because the city counsel wouldn't give them a permit to protest. My wife wanted to ditch me because she took a liking to our 22 year old caddie. Oddly enough his name was Jake.
If you call eating huckleberry pie partying like a rock star, then yes.
I am SO sorry.
Dems, I'm sure you remember from back in the day that Nash Ramblers had a transmission 'hump' that was inconvenient..... pun intended.…. Yeah I thought things would better when my dad sold the Packard but what a bummer that turned out to be.
Who could forget?
We had a '58 Mercury station wagon with push-button transmission and a 330HP 383 Marauder V8. My dad didn't do slow and sedate.
Right on vato, I aint much of a talker so 5,000 is pretty impressive.
That 383 was a heck of a motor. Put 3 dueces on it and hold on baby!!
Best car my parents ever had was a '64 Pontiac Bonneville, power everything. We called it 'The Bone'. Luxury, but built like a tank. Dang I loved that car. When my dad would let me use it for a date, a bunch of us would jump in and take the 90 min cruise to Juarez. Tecate was a nickel. Matchbox of 'reefer' was $5.
Compared to me you are downright reticent!!
I don't much like having to look words up, so I will not say what I think.
How did I know that???? I had to get under your skin just for fun, my brother.
We always do our thing with love.
Nice! Bonnevilles were beautiful cars.
And I'm sure your dad appreciated knowing his son was taking a top-of-the-line car to Juarez.
Oh, hells bells, yeah he never outright caught me but I had some 'splainin to do about the milage a time or two!
........and why the upholstery smelled like pot.
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