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Old 06-16-2010, 06:13 PM
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You guys get off your lazy asses,go outside and take a picture! Come on! Participate!
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Old 06-16-2010, 06:14 PM
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Here you go:


Oh wait.... you meant the back seat and not the trunk. Okay, nevermind.
Hahahaha, NateR FTW!!

I'll have to post a pic later. At work now & can't think of a good excuse to run outside.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:32 PM
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A guitar and a basketball, no joke.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:42 PM
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A guitar and a basketball, no joke.
NERD!

Well, except for the basketball. That makes you a jock.

And the guitar. That makes you sensitive.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:51 PM
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Well, except for the basketball. That makes you a jock.

And the guitar. That makes you sensitive.

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Old 06-16-2010, 07:58 PM
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The floor of my back seat is mostly covered with trash. The seats are covered with all my gym gear (gi, shorts, cup, gloves, etc.) because I had my gym bag all packed up with clean stuff for the gym, but before I left work my sister-in-law went into labor, so I rushed home, dumped all my gear out of my bag, stuff in a pillow & blanket, then rushed back over to the hospital to spend the night on the waiting-room floor.


They're still all over my back seat 'cause I'm lazy!
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Old 06-16-2010, 09:30 PM
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Well , since my truck doesnt have a backseat......... The bed of it has my big pry bar , couple shovels , couple concrete rakes , My concrete boots, the legs to the transit that is in the floor boards, a couple bedside tool boxes , various form lumber . about 300 pounds of steel concrete pins , 2 hitches , some exhaust pipe pieces and clamps , my sledge hammer , a piece of expansion joint , 5 gal of 25% cure and seal concrete sealer , a 3 gal sprayer, and a one ton 14 bolt corporate rear end from about a 1976 chevy truck.





The back seat of my car has a couple of my hats and a bunch of tools like ratchets , wrenchs and pliars since its still relativley being built , incase anything happens on the road.
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Old 06-16-2010, 09:34 PM
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Now that's some heavy stuff. Beats my Forrest Griffin & Cookie Monster dolls any ol' day

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Well , since my truck doesnt have a backseat......... The bed of it has my big pry bar , couple shovels , couple concrete rakes , My concrete boots, the legs to the transit that is in the floor boards, a couple bedside tool boxes , various form lumber . about 300 pounds of steel concrete pins , 2 hitches , some exhaust pipe pieces and clamps , my sledge hammer , a piece of expansion joint , 5 gal of 25% cure and seal concrete sealer , a 3 gal sprayer, and a one ton 14 bolt corporate rear end from about a 1976 chevy truck.





The back seat of my car has a couple of my hats and a bunch of tools like ratchets , wrenchs and pliars since its still relativley being built , incase anything happens on the road.
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Well , since my truck doesnt have a backseat......... The bed of it has my big pry bar , couple shovels , couple concrete rakes , My concrete boots, the legs to the transit that is in the floor boards, a couple bedside tool boxes , various form lumber . about 300 pounds of steel concrete pins , 2 hitches , some exhaust pipe pieces and clamps , my sledge hammer , a piece of expansion joint , 5 gal of 25% cure and seal concrete sealer , a 3 gal sprayer, and a one ton 14 bolt corporate rear end from about a 1976 chevy truck.
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Now that's some heavy stuff. Beats my Forrest Griffin & Cookie Monster dolls any ol' day
I was going to say.... What is it, a flatbed 18 wheeler?
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Old 06-17-2010, 02:01 AM
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I was going to say.... What is it, a flatbed 18 wheeler?
Nope lol , a very unorganised 3/4 ton long bed chevy lol. I spent thisevening cleaning out so theres no more form lumber , and i got the axle dropped off.
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