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Post by static » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:05 pm

We need a place to show off the what we have found.

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Post by static » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:06 pm

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Hippies are better stuck in the ground than crashing on your couch!
Built with our new renewable bamboo fabric.

ECO Pack Hippies
Item No. HIP100
Weight (oz.)6
Weight (g.)170
Colors: Natural

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Post by static » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:07 pm

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This steroidal Swiss Army Knife features 85 foldable tools and
implements, representing all currently produced tools found in the
entire line of Swiss Army Knives. Measuring 8.75 inches long and
weighing 2.5 pounds, the knife includes seven blades, three types of
pliers, a bicycle chain rivet setter, a whistle, cigar-cutting scissors
and much, much more. ($1,200, www.wengerna.com)

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Post by Elwood » Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:30 pm

=D> Static I strongly agree! Too funny on some things that are about.

Been meaning to ask you about the "Fillmore" you posted a pic of on some thread a while back, Is that the McDonalds one? I met a man in Richmond, thru my daughter, that workes for Pixar and asked about the bus they used as inspiration. As all things in that industry- it was -hush-hush. Want to start a collection of "Fillmore" for my grandsons now that I have the splittie to restore for them. I thank you in advance for any info.

Barb
ps Also took your advice about getting my own scanner to document my past pictures to share. It is a Cannon PIXMA 160 and a 7.0 mega pix w/3x optical zoom????? Learning how to use them. And injoying it. WOW the possibilities for artistc expression are limitless.

Funny how talk around a friendly camp fire can inspire the greater GOOD.

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Post by LiveonJG » Thu Feb 08, 2007 5:11 pm

Speaking of Fillmore (voiced by the immortal George Carlin, no less), I regularly pick up a magazine from th UK called Ultra VW. The current issue has a pic of a splitty kastenwagen (panel) painted just like Fillmore! Too cool.
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Post by Elwood » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:19 pm

Too Cool , do you have link? Barb
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Post by LiveonJG » Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:56 pm

Elwood wrote:Too Cool , do you have link? Barb
I went home and looked again, I was wrong, it was a standard. Ultra VW I don't think has an online publication. I'll try to make a scan of the pic for ya.
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Post by static » Wed Apr 25, 2007 4:17 pm

OK, so it has a watercooled, new Beetle logo. Quit your sneering. I still want one.
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http://techdigest.tv/2007/04/lgs_volkswagen.html

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Post by LiveonJG » Wed Apr 25, 2007 4:47 pm

Keep it acoustic.

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Post by static » Tue May 08, 2007 4:16 pm

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Post by LiveonJG » Tue May 08, 2007 4:24 pm

Keep it acoustic.

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Post by spiffy » Thu May 10, 2007 8:59 pm

LOL

god damn it...you guys have too much time on your hands....er know what to look for :cyclopsani:
er sumpthin...

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Post by static » Wed May 16, 2007 9:25 am

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"Relive the era of the mountain man with this authentic full-body coyote Mountain Man Hat. The hat drapes down in the back for added warmth and protection on your neck and shoulders. From reenactments of famed mountain man triumphs along the frontier, to displays and decor befitting America's pioneers and settlers, the classic styling and authentic coyote hide make this hat a conversation starter at any gathering. Soft, white-tanned interior holds up to years of wear. The professionally cleaned fur is exceptionally soft and holds its sheen extremely well. The perfect gift for rendezvous black-powder re-enactment enthusiasts. Made in Canada.
Sizes: M, L, XL, 2XL."


Customer reviews:

5 out of 5
I'll Tell Ya What!, December 20, 2006
By BoyIllTellYa from Augusta, GA

"I’ll tell ya what...that’s the best cottin pickin pelt I have ever worn on my head! Usually pelts cause my head a mean itch, but not with this one! In fact, my scalp never felt better or warmer. I even wore it inside the house on a cold day and found that I didn’t have to wear much else except my thermals to keep myself warm. Works great as a food warmer, too. My hush puppies never cooled down with El Coyote (my nick name for him) wrapped nice and tight around the plate. I did suffer through one of those darn bird attacks as well and my dog wasn’t none too friendly with El Coyote but hey, I don’t expect him to get along with everyone. All in all I think it’s one of the greatest pelts ever and everyone in my household will be getting one for X-Mas. Especially Darin, he’s gonna love it!"

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