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post #61 of 1117
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I'm also entirely windows and well, after 3 days off last week, I was able to catch up to most of my stuff this morning. now, I'm just pacing myself. I don't want to go crazy...

stupidest thing today...where's the numlock key on my laptop keyboard...what the flying fkk???

I love me some Korean BBQ, that shet is gold!

I love me my Heiniken...couldn't really get into much of hard liquor besides tequila shots...there's a lot of women that could be my favorite if I knew their names...a car I can actually afford would have to be a mint condition top of the line Supra. Has always been my dream car and if I can find one, ooo baby! For my next car though, I want the Honda Odessy a little bit decked out. Those would be pretty sweet with the kids and road trips etc.
post #62 of 1117
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what's the car that the supernatural brothers drive? I want that one too!

edit: Nevermind, I found it

1967 Impala
post #63 of 1117
I love the 67-69 Camaro's.. what year is that?

Beautiful car!
post #64 of 1117
I owned a full race GSXR750 that was not truly street legal for about 6 months (many years ago when my body could take it) , thing scared the hell out of me and anybody that I let ride it (even some friends that were lifetime hobby racers) . When you are doing about 150 mph and hit just enough little bits of gravel to make the front tire wobble you realize just how close you are to making a fatal mistake (no matter how fun the experience may be) , sold my bike a week after the 'wobble' but I still miss the rush .

- Jason
post #65 of 1117
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Originally Posted by mikeloxlong View Post

I love me some Korean BBQ, that shet is gold.

If you are talking about the Korean BBQ that you cook yourself at your table in a restuarant. I would definitely list that as my 3rd.
post #66 of 1117
Pimp..

Theres always time to come back to the bike. :0)
post #67 of 1117
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Pimp..

Theres always time to come back to the bike. :0)

Hehe , my wife would kill me long before the bike would this time around .

- Jason
post #68 of 1117
damn Gonzo....so this is where you're hiding!!
i barely saw this thread just now.
post #69 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Daekwan View Post

If you are talking about the Korean BBQ that you cook yourself at your table in a restuarant. I would definitely list that as my 3rd.

Yep, that's the brown gold that I am talking about!

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Originally Posted by lb benee View Post

damn Gonzo....so this is where you're hiding!!
i barely saw this thread just now.

Yeah dude, I'm between here and GoW2

I figure, I'll start the thread and see how far it goes. this is as off topic as can get you know, the rules were stated as first post and just have some fun
post #70 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Daekwan View Post

I love the 67-69 Camaro's.. what year is that?

Beautiful car!

1st page on Mikeloxlongs post is a blue 1967
Mine is a 1969.

Thanks for the compliment if that was aimed at me! The 1st pic of Daekwon smiling getting ready to roll is mutual every time I get behind the wheel, awesome pics.
post #71 of 1117
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GM's Garnet Red. I didn't know ford used that color.

Shyt! You're right, it's Refire Metallic.
post #72 of 1117
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Originally Posted by mikeloxlong View Post

I'm also entirely windows and well, after 3 days off last week, I was able to catch up to most of my stuff this morning. now, I'm just pacing myself. I don't want to go crazy...

stupidest thing today...where's the numlock key on my laptop keyboard...what the flying fkk???

I love me some Korean BBQ, that shet is gold!

I love me my Heiniken...couldn't really get into much of hard liquor besides tequila shots...there's a lot of women that could be my favorite if I knew their names...a car I can actually afford would have to be a mint condition top of the line Supra. Has always been my dream car and if I can find one, ooo baby! For my next car though, I want the Honda Odessy a little bit decked out. Those would be pretty sweet with the kids and road trips etc.


I get the numlock question a lot here. We support a primarily mobile workforce and are in the process of switching from the Lenovo Thinkpads to the Dell Lattitudes.

Also, where would I go about finding this Korean bbq? I've never tried it.
post #73 of 1117
Favorite food- Steak

Favourite liquor - don't drink.

Favourite beer - See liquor

Favourite woman - All of them.

Favourite car I could actually afford - C6 Z06

Favourite car I cant actually afford - Lingenfelter tuned C6 Z06

Favourite movie - The Big Lebowski

Favourite pro athelete - I always like Barry Sanders, but I don't watch sports.

I'm pretty damn active and do martial arts and weight lift almost every day. So, I don't get too much time to watch TV and spend the majority of my downtime gaming on my 360.
post #74 of 1117
Hey Nophix and D, If you're all into the Italians why don't you try the Buells? I had the 98 White Lightining and I still can't get her outta my mind. Wickedest thing I've ever ridden. Some 80 yr old man ran a stop sign and took my baby out. Since then I've had a '00 R1, 98 Softail, '80 1200 Sporty, and an '05 Fat Boy. I've really slowed down with the types of bikes I had. Getting older and have a few kids so the Sportbike scene has gone bye, bye for me. Now I just take LONG comfortable rides on the Fatty. It'll still get up and go, of course I had to drop some coin into the Screamin Eagle kit cause it was a DOG before that. I love riding though, there's nothing quite like it.
post #75 of 1117
I miss living in a big(ger) city where there was Korean BBQ, but more importantly, a Dim Sum place. Man I miss Dim Sum.
post #76 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Nophix View Post

I get the numlock question a lot here. We support a primarily mobile workforce and are in the process of switching from the Lenovo Thinkpads to the Dell Lattitudes.

Also, where would I go about finding this Korean bbq? I've never tried it.

Do a Google Search Korean BBQ

once you get there, ask for their "galbi" pronounced "Kal-bee"

it comes with a lot of little dishes that you eat the meat with. Oh man, it's fkking good!

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Originally Posted by tonov12 View Post

Hey Nophix and D, If you're all into the Italians why don't you try the Buells? I had the 98 White Lightining and I still can't get her outta my mind. Wickedest thing I've ever ridden. Some 80 yr old man ran a stop sign and took my baby out. Since then I've had a '00 R1, 98 Softail, '80 1200 Sporty, and an '05 Fat Boy. I've really slowed down with the types of bikes I had. Getting older and have a few kids so the Sportbike scene has gone bye, bye for me. Now I just take LONG comfortable rides on the Fatty. It'll still get up and go, of course I had to drop some coin into the Screamin Eagle kit cause it was a DOG before that. I love riding though, there's nothing quite like it.

yeah, I think this would be more my style...


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I miss living in a big(ger) city where there was Korean BBQ, but more importantly, a Dim Sum place. Man I miss Dim Sum.

Ooooo, yeah Dim Sum is AWE-SUM
post #77 of 1117
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Originally Posted by tonov12 View Post

Hey Nophix and D, If you're all into the Italians why don't you try the Buells? I had the 98 White Lightining and I still can't get her outta my mind. Wickedest thing I've ever ridden. Some 80 yr old man ran a stop sign and took my baby out. Since then I've had a '00 R1, 98 Softail, '80 1200 Sporty, and an '05 Fat Boy. I've really slowed down with the types of bikes I had. Getting older and have a few kids so the Sportbike scene has gone bye, bye for me. Now I just take LONG comfortable rides on the Fatty. It'll still get up and go, of course I had to drop some coin into the Screamin Eagle kit cause it was a DOG before that. I love riding though, there's nothing quite like it.

I do like the Buells. The new 1125r is a beast!

I worked for S&S Cycle for a while, and got a chance to ride a bunch. They are a riot to ride. I'm partial to the Uly(XB12X) for Adventure Touring. The XB12r Firebolt is nice as well. If I get the Aprilia RSV4, I'll probably grab a used Uly for a daily ride/commuter.


Btw, I did over 22k miles on my Hayabusa in 1.5 months. We went on a summer-long road trip. I was comfy as could be riding that thing.
post #78 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Daekwan View Post

Nophix.. you are starting to sound eerily like myself. Im a network admin on a windows/unix network. Its pretty quiet here at work today. Of course I work for the fed government.. and tomorrow is a holiday. So im guessin alot of peeps took the monday off and made it a 4 day weekend.

Holy hell.. I'm the network administrator for a state agency in PA
post #79 of 1117
I'm here to really spice up the conversation...I don't care about cars OR bikes!!!
post #80 of 1117
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Holy hell.. I'm the network administrator for a state agency in PA


Well, you know, being an IT guy on a home theater forum does make sense if you think about it. It's shiny electronic gizmos either way!

I'm serious, I run into an electronics store with the "Ooooo, look at the pretty lights" mentality most times...
post #81 of 1117
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Originally Posted by DaGamePimp View Post

I owned a full race GSXR750 that was not truly street legal for about 6 months (many years ago when my body could take it) , thing scared the hell out of me and anybody that I let ride it (even some friends that were lifetime hobby racers) . When you are doing about 150 mph and hit just enough little bits of gravel to make the front tire wobble you realize just how close you are to making a fatal mistake (no matter how fun the experience may be) , sold my bike a week after the 'wobble' but I still miss the rush .

- Jason

Yup, that's how my boy died.
Gravel, lost control, went through a bush, hit a tree then flew off the bike landed in a pile of brush and wound up w/ a big hole in the back if his dome. Not pretty. I still wanna ride though. He was a crazy mfer too.
post #82 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Cygnus311 View Post

I'm here to really spice up the conversation...I don't care about cars OR bikes!!!

what do you care about?


Yeah, something about IT people and their need/love for nice electronics HD, videogames etc. Well, at least the new school IT geeks and not the old farts who end up being CIO or Director of IT. They do other stuff...
post #83 of 1117
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Originally Posted by Cygnus311 View Post

I'm here to really spice up the conversation...I don't care about cars OR bikes!!!


heh.... what u wearing?....
post #84 of 1117
What's up fellas? Great thread.

Hmmm man topics? I guess a little about me in pictures.
This is my toy for the weekends.


I sell this kind of stuff during the week.



This is the good stuff.

When I have too much of that, I do stuff like this.

My wife and I bought this in May.

And we are expecting our first baby in June/July.
post #85 of 1117
is that a bending machine?
congrats on the house and the baby.
sorry about the horse pic.

may i suggest u upgrade to the latest in bending technology


anyone want futurama to come back as a regular show? i hate those movies they're currently offering.
post #86 of 1117
Yup.
Thanks.
LOL.
post #87 of 1117
Well since we're posting about anything I'll go ahead and post a pic of my whip. Original paint job, 13 years old and has taken care of me the entire time. Got over 150k miles and I still love her.







Hawaii weather gives me good reason to keep her shined up.
post #88 of 1117
Hey guys. Ya'll got some nice rides, especially that gen 1 camaro. Here is a pic of my baby. I want to upgrade the rear tires to super wide single mud tires pretty soon.

post #89 of 1117
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what the hell is that?!?!?!??!?!??!

/astonished if this is a real commuter!

I mean, pulling up to a club in that, how the eff are they supposed to Valet that beast! Jeebus!
post #90 of 1117
Well, it's got a dt-466 diesel engine which gets around 9mpg which is pretty good considering it weighs 27,000 lbs. Oh and it drives pretty well, if you can drive a car you can drive a CXT.
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