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What kind of car would you get?

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Posted: July 19, 2012, 12:57 am - IP Logged

I always wanted a ATM on wheels.


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    I replaced the a/c compressor a few years ago, the original caught on fire.

    When you smelled the smoke did the front end look like THIS.........


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      Posted: July 19, 2012, 6:22 am - IP Logged

      When you smelled the smoke did the front end look like THIS.........

      Or maybe it looked more like this. What?

       


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        Considering he was inside smelling the smoke and not stopping I was hoping NOT.


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          Considering he was inside smelling the smoke and not stopping I was hoping NOT.

          Well haymaker might of caught on fire, but due to his ingenious reflexes, he could have sprinted quickly to dose out the flames.

           


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            I was thinking of a different type of "Man on Fire"


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                Well haymaker might of caught on fire, but due to his ingenious reflexes, he could have sprinted quickly to dose out the flames.

                 

                Some of these pics. a downright scarey, thank the lord my fire was minor,

                and cost of compressor replacement was about $1G,

                nothing compared to being a human torch.

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                  Some of these pics. a downright scarey, thank the lord my fire was minor,

                  and cost of compressor replacement was about $1G,

                  nothing compared to being a human torch.

                  Yeah hay, what I was thinkin. "Human torch" is my idea of a BAD DAY.......


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                    Some of these pics. a downright scarey, thank the lord my fire was minor,

                    and cost of compressor replacement was about $1G,

                    nothing compared to being a human torch.

                    I 'm pretty sure this guy just got a little to close to his barbecue grill, most likely his wife sprinkled him with a few cups of water

                    and his flames were put out immediately. Can never judge a book by it's cover.


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                      I 'm pretty sure this guy just got a little to close to his barbecue grill, most likely his wife sprinkled him with a few cups of water

                      and his flames were put out immediately. Can never judge a book by it's cover.

                      I think your right, I did notice the "Honey, a little help here" look on his face.

                      I'm glad he was just fine.


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                        Posted: July 19, 2012, 4:43 pm - IP Logged

                        That is a sweet looking machine, I see it goes for $44-62K, still a great deal. Would interesting to test drive one some day.


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                          That is a sweet looking machine, I see it goes for $44-62K, still a great deal. Would interesting to test drive one some day.

                          FOR REAL,

                          I could out grow the idea of getting a Shelby Mustang in favor of this XTS....?.....


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                            Posted: July 19, 2012, 5:44 pm - IP Logged

                            I think your right, I did notice the "Honey, a little help here" look on his face.

                            I'm glad he was just fine.

                            Always a good thing to be close enough to your spouse, that you can pick up on those subtle body language cues.

                            Although hopefully the blazing flames should have given her enough of a tip-off, that something wasn't quite right.


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                              Posted: July 20, 2012, 9:51 am - IP Logged

                              Always a good thing to be close enough to your spouse, that you can pick up on those subtle body language cues.

                              Although hopefully the blazing flames should have given her enough of a tip-off, that something wasn't quite right.

                              That is a very good point mc, however from another room or the back yard a verbal communication is often needed. I'm sure she heard his request for assistance and thought "He set himself on fire again??" and then yelled out the kitchen window "I will out you out in a minute, just hang on"

                                 
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