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#213 - Comment deleted 08/27/2013 on Taco Bell 0
#138 - nice, im not much of a ford guy especially mustangs but the 69… 08/25/2013 on Some rare sh** 0
#135 - (I love to explain this) the best way to explain what I like, …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/25/2013 on Some rare sh** 0
User avatar #137 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
lighting rod shifter is sick man! My ideal (muscle) car would be 69 mustang fastback or a 429 boss, im a huge Mustang fan! But yeah i'll definitely subscribe to car craft, could always use moar car literature. Glad to see some gearheads on FJ
User avatar #138 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
nice, im not much of a ford guy especially mustangs but the 69 fast back/429boss would be my favorite. very nice.
#132 - no I am a faithful Car Craft and Hot Rod reader. MCR is also v…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/25/2013 on Some rare sh** 0
User avatar #133 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
Very welcome! I understand that, i'm pretty faithful to Import Tuner and Excellence (porsche magazine). I take it you're a 'murican muscle sort of guy?
User avatar #135 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
(I love to explain this) the best way to explain what I like, is pretty much I have a mild addiction to anything that is carbureted, RWD, and has leaf springs in the back, with a priority on Domestic products first. Oldsmobiles are my favorite, My favorite car of all time would be a 1970 Olds 442 red with black war paint (stripes) M21 4spd W30, W25, W27, & W31 equipped (ram air hood, spoiler, HO 455, & aluminum axle cover) next would be a 1969 Superbee or a GTX w/ 440-6 4spd/dana 60. the oldest car I like would be a 1960 impala and the newest would be the 83/84' hurst olds (if you want to see something cool look up "lightening rod shifter Hurst olds") Marque hierarchy as follows, olds, cad, chev, dodge, buick, other GM, other mopar, fords, old Toyota pickups and supras are ok I guess. remember to look up that shifter its fucken bad, also if I could persuade you to go but a Car Craft magazine (six bucks) there is a comic in every issue called "Krass & Bernie" that I think you would like. Sorry I don't get to explain how much I love this stuff very often. I would be delighted to here what interests you.
User avatar #137 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
lighting rod shifter is sick man! My ideal (muscle) car would be 69 mustang fastback or a 429 boss, im a huge Mustang fan! But yeah i'll definitely subscribe to car craft, could always use moar car literature. Glad to see some gearheads on FJ
User avatar #138 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
nice, im not much of a ford guy especially mustangs but the 69 fast back/429boss would be my favorite. very nice.
#130 - a what?  [+] (6 new replies) 08/25/2013 on Some rare sh** 0
User avatar #131 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
gearhead website, jalopnik(dot)com you should really check it out. It covers things like Chris Harris on cars, and stuff from /tuned, as well as The smoking tire.
User avatar #132 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
no I am a faithful Car Craft and Hot Rod reader. MCR is also very good. (magazines) I like the tangible interface of a magazine I can see and feel over an internet page. thank you though.
User avatar #133 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
Very welcome! I understand that, i'm pretty faithful to Import Tuner and Excellence (porsche magazine). I take it you're a 'murican muscle sort of guy?
User avatar #135 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
(I love to explain this) the best way to explain what I like, is pretty much I have a mild addiction to anything that is carbureted, RWD, and has leaf springs in the back, with a priority on Domestic products first. Oldsmobiles are my favorite, My favorite car of all time would be a 1970 Olds 442 red with black war paint (stripes) M21 4spd W30, W25, W27, & W31 equipped (ram air hood, spoiler, HO 455, & aluminum axle cover) next would be a 1969 Superbee or a GTX w/ 440-6 4spd/dana 60. the oldest car I like would be a 1960 impala and the newest would be the 83/84' hurst olds (if you want to see something cool look up "lightening rod shifter Hurst olds") Marque hierarchy as follows, olds, cad, chev, dodge, buick, other GM, other mopar, fords, old Toyota pickups and supras are ok I guess. remember to look up that shifter its fucken bad, also if I could persuade you to go but a Car Craft magazine (six bucks) there is a comic in every issue called "Krass & Bernie" that I think you would like. Sorry I don't get to explain how much I love this stuff very often. I would be delighted to here what interests you.
User avatar #137 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
lighting rod shifter is sick man! My ideal (muscle) car would be 69 mustang fastback or a 429 boss, im a huge Mustang fan! But yeah i'll definitely subscribe to car craft, could always use moar car literature. Glad to see some gearheads on FJ
User avatar #138 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
nice, im not much of a ford guy especially mustangs but the 69 fast back/429boss would be my favorite. very nice.
#128 - correction, those are velocity stacks, it has six carbs (proll…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/25/2013 on Some rare sh** +2
User avatar #129 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
my bad bro, thanks for the correction! you a jalop?
User avatar #130 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
a what?
User avatar #131 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
gearhead website, jalopnik(dot)com you should really check it out. It covers things like Chris Harris on cars, and stuff from /tuned, as well as The smoking tire.
User avatar #132 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
no I am a faithful Car Craft and Hot Rod reader. MCR is also very good. (magazines) I like the tangible interface of a magazine I can see and feel over an internet page. thank you though.
User avatar #133 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
Very welcome! I understand that, i'm pretty faithful to Import Tuner and Excellence (porsche magazine). I take it you're a 'murican muscle sort of guy?
User avatar #135 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
(I love to explain this) the best way to explain what I like, is pretty much I have a mild addiction to anything that is carbureted, RWD, and has leaf springs in the back, with a priority on Domestic products first. Oldsmobiles are my favorite, My favorite car of all time would be a 1970 Olds 442 red with black war paint (stripes) M21 4spd W30, W25, W27, & W31 equipped (ram air hood, spoiler, HO 455, & aluminum axle cover) next would be a 1969 Superbee or a GTX w/ 440-6 4spd/dana 60. the oldest car I like would be a 1960 impala and the newest would be the 83/84' hurst olds (if you want to see something cool look up "lightening rod shifter Hurst olds") Marque hierarchy as follows, olds, cad, chev, dodge, buick, other GM, other mopar, fords, old Toyota pickups and supras are ok I guess. remember to look up that shifter its fucken bad, also if I could persuade you to go but a Car Craft magazine (six bucks) there is a comic in every issue called "Krass & Bernie" that I think you would like. Sorry I don't get to explain how much I love this stuff very often. I would be delighted to here what interests you.
User avatar #137 - aquosman (08/25/2013) [-]
lighting rod shifter is sick man! My ideal (muscle) car would be 69 mustang fastback or a 429 boss, im a huge Mustang fan! But yeah i'll definitely subscribe to car craft, could always use moar car literature. Glad to see some gearheads on FJ
User avatar #138 - arizonastar (08/25/2013) [-]
nice, im not much of a ford guy especially mustangs but the 69 fast back/429boss would be my favorite. very nice.
#95 - I lol'd 08/25/2013 on belly rubs 0
#182 - OP you can't drug a book very easily 08/25/2013 on Not OC, but truth. +2
#188 - you would listen to biebs 08/25/2013 on Death 0
#107 - Last time you said you bought an mx-5 and now its a jag, you r… 08/20/2013 on Clever kid +1
#106 - Its a skateboard! 08/20/2013 on Clever kid -1
#158 - What I get red thumbs cuz I don't get joke 08/18/2013 on Pink panther to do list -1
#6 - Have a thumb 08/18/2013 on Race 0
#94 - Wow I didn't get it at first I am retart  [+] (4 new replies) 08/18/2013 on Put your finger here +1
User avatar #107 - dekyrptonian (08/18/2013) [-]
what do you get when a mentally handicapped person answers you. a retart
#102 - nekopon (08/18/2013) [-]
>"Retart"
User avatar #128 - dramakid (08/18/2013) [-]
that's how he proves it
User avatar #131 - nekopon (08/18/2013) [-]
This is true.
#60 - Lel 08/18/2013 on Looks like him 0
#148 - I seriously don't get it plz explain  [+] (3 new replies) 08/18/2013 on Pink panther to do list -11
User avatar #158 - arizonastar (08/18/2013) [-]
What I get red thumbs cuz I don't get joke
User avatar #156 - azraelthemage (08/18/2013) [-]
>Listen to this.
>Read to do list.
>????
>Profit? The Pink Panther Theme Song (Original Version)
User avatar #149 - chokinandtokin (08/18/2013) [-]
it's the pink panther theme song
#117 - roliga desc. is actually very accurate 08/11/2013 on Snowmen, Manning, Abino... -2
#74 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2013 on (untitled) +3
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#49 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 08/11/2013 on sexy -34
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User avatar #53 - camperdude (08/11/2013) [-]
You are*
#104 - also what roliga said 08/11/2013 on Snowmen, Manning, Abino... -2
#102 - found the liberal  [+] (10 new replies) 08/11/2013 on Snowmen, Manning, Abino... -8
#131 - swagbot (08/11/2013) [-]
STOP USING THAT WORD INCORRECTLY YOU DAMN FOOL!

READ:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberalism

See? Everyone who purports to like Low Taxes and Small Government IS a Liberal.

Stop trying to imitate Fox News. USE WORDS CORRECTLY.
(This coming from a guy that used to watch Fox News every day and now realized that it's shit)
User avatar #205 - internetrage (08/11/2013) [-]
i always get liberalism and libertarianism confused. i thought liberals believed in high taxes and a powerful welfare state?
#221 - swagbot (08/12/2013) [-]
No, not at all! Read the Wikipedia article; Everyone on the news who keeps using the words 'Liberal' and 'Conservative' to mean 'Democrat' and 'Republican' are simply wrong. I actually think it's intentional.

Just to clear it up:
1) The stereotypical 'Democrat' is in favor of an intrusive 'Nanny State' - high taxes, large bureaucracy, government performing many functions. However, because of this weird thing that happened in the ~60s, hippies and 'progressives' who espoused Liberal Social Values (tolerant of Gay Marriage, drug use, etc.) somehow got lumped into 'Democrats' too. So i guess you could say the party is Part-Liberal, Mostly-Not.
2) A 'Libertarian', on the other hand, is a TRUE 'Liberal' through and through: They want low/no taxes, small government, extremely limited bureaucracy, and are tolerant on social issues - Abortion up to local law, tolerant of sexuality/drug use, etc.
User avatar #224 - internetrage (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, so

liberals = high taxes, strong welfare state, liberal attitudes on drugs/prostitution/whatever

libertarians = low/no taxes/government, liberal attitudes and a belief in personal rights and privileges
#225 - swagbot (08/17/2013) [-]
Almost correct, but you still missed my point:

liberals Democrats = high taxes, strong welfare state, liberal attitudes on drugs/prostitution/whatever

Libertarians = low/no taxes/government, liberal attitudes and a belief in personal rights and privileges



I have no idea how the word 'liberal' suddenly became the go-to word for 'Democrat' for our supposedly 'smart' pundits across T.V., but whatever the case it is WRONG and we should not imitate them by continuing to misuse that word.
#114 - anonymous (08/11/2013) [-]
Cause asking a simple question and hoping to have one political factions points of views explained in a reasonable and sensible manner is guaranteed proof of ones own political opinions..

I just wanted a bloody explanation as to why I keep seeing people insulting liberals left and right.
User avatar #121 - thebesttrumpeteer (08/11/2013) [-]
i think they only insult liberals on the right
#206 - internetrage (08/11/2013) [-]
that was gold
#122 - anonymous (08/11/2013) [-]
Sorry, bad choice of words when talking about politics.
User avatar #117 - arizonastar (08/11/2013) [-]
roliga desc. is actually very accurate
#222 - yes lots of oil, most of the gas gets flared, and actually no …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2013 on Missouri Misery 0
User avatar #236 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
Yeah CA does produce oil, and it could easily increase output, but there's a bit of a problem there..... given the eco guys (who aren't always as frivolous as the media makes them out to be.).

Now agriculturally most of the states would be fucked without CA, the fact is that most states don't have a varied enough climate to produce the sheer diversity of the crops we do here. They can probably produce VOLUME well, but not at the rate CA does, and not even close enough to produce the diets most Americans are used to.

www.epa.gov/region9/ag/ag-state.html

We're talking about a multi billion dollar industry, that has over 20 unique variants of foodstuffs that can only grow there. No other state comes close.

As for the weaponry, CA pretty much has enough of that to fight back threats from other states. Also I wouldn't have been the one to suggest to stock the nukes in former Secessionist states, but what's done is done.....xD , (Probably because they were rural, and people tend not to bitch about millitary weapons testing if they don't live there.)

But think on this..... where do you think the weapons laboratory where the weapons are designed come from? ^^

That's right, we may TEST in places like NEW MEXICO..... just like ipods are MADE in China, but California has adds brainpower to the table.
#100 - I don't understand how so many people believe in this nonsense…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2013 on People with anxiety -... 0
User avatar #139 - ofmiceandmen (08/11/2013) [-]
Yeah because I said I believed it and all. I was just explaining what the post means to a person who was asking you imbecile.

If you can't see that and just automatically assume I'm an "uneducated fuck" because of a simple explanation then maybe, just maybe it's YOU that is the uneducated fuck. I said in my later comment that it is a fictional scenario that can't be taken literally. Do you not know what that means?
#209 - North Dakota has a tiny population and is not very influential…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/11/2013 on Missouri Misery 0
User avatar #213 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
North Dakota? Isn't that the place where they are swimming in oil (and bitches?), also natural gas?

I would also give them credit for hosting most major credit card companies, but they are only there because.....if they stay there that means we all have ND credit protections (which is a joke)

Yeah being an energy center can usually have positive effects on your budget... I'm not going to argue with you on that.

But take the energy, and you aren't left with much else again..... some states (like CA and TX) are a bit more than one or two industries, and if the Union were to dissolve would actually be self-sustaining. (CA might have a debt problem, though).

#222 - arizonastar (08/11/2013) [-]
yes lots of oil, most of the gas gets flared, and actually no there is a shortage of women here, and if i'm not mistaken CA also produces oil,

(wait for it)

If the union were to dissolve (which needs to happen to "reset" the system), North Dakota has lots of oil and lots of agriculture, oh, and on top of that we have almost ALL (if not all) of our counties nuclear arsenal in the minuteman silos across north dakota (look it up its creepy to think the power under that harmless field of flax)


what now, schwartzeneggar
User avatar #236 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
Yeah CA does produce oil, and it could easily increase output, but there's a bit of a problem there..... given the eco guys (who aren't always as frivolous as the media makes them out to be.).

Now agriculturally most of the states would be fucked without CA, the fact is that most states don't have a varied enough climate to produce the sheer diversity of the crops we do here. They can probably produce VOLUME well, but not at the rate CA does, and not even close enough to produce the diets most Americans are used to.

www.epa.gov/region9/ag/ag-state.html

We're talking about a multi billion dollar industry, that has over 20 unique variants of foodstuffs that can only grow there. No other state comes close.

As for the weaponry, CA pretty much has enough of that to fight back threats from other states. Also I wouldn't have been the one to suggest to stock the nukes in former Secessionist states, but what's done is done.....xD , (Probably because they were rural, and people tend not to bitch about millitary weapons testing if they don't live there.)

But think on this..... where do you think the weapons laboratory where the weapons are designed come from? ^^

That's right, we may TEST in places like NEW MEXICO..... just like ipods are MADE in China, but California has adds brainpower to the table.
#207 - so that's why CA is borderline bankrupt?  [+] (5 new replies) 08/11/2013 on Missouri Misery 0
User avatar #208 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
For the same reason the US has debt, when you have two political parties that want to fight, but don't want political reprecussions of said fighting, they get together and make terrible deals, sometimes at the last minute.

Democrats want social programs, and Republicans want tax cuts......what happens when you combine the both? Negative income, debt.

And yes, in California Republicans have a say in the process and can actually block legislation, just because our electoral votes go one way, doesn't mean the entire state votes as a bloc.
User avatar #209 - arizonastar (08/11/2013) [-]
North Dakota has a tiny population and is not very influential to the government, and yet is one of the leading states as far as income goes, if not the leading state.
User avatar #213 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
North Dakota? Isn't that the place where they are swimming in oil (and bitches?), also natural gas?

I would also give them credit for hosting most major credit card companies, but they are only there because.....if they stay there that means we all have ND credit protections (which is a joke)

Yeah being an energy center can usually have positive effects on your budget... I'm not going to argue with you on that.

But take the energy, and you aren't left with much else again..... some states (like CA and TX) are a bit more than one or two industries, and if the Union were to dissolve would actually be self-sustaining. (CA might have a debt problem, though).

#222 - arizonastar (08/11/2013) [-]
yes lots of oil, most of the gas gets flared, and actually no there is a shortage of women here, and if i'm not mistaken CA also produces oil,

(wait for it)

If the union were to dissolve (which needs to happen to "reset" the system), North Dakota has lots of oil and lots of agriculture, oh, and on top of that we have almost ALL (if not all) of our counties nuclear arsenal in the minuteman silos across north dakota (look it up its creepy to think the power under that harmless field of flax)


what now, schwartzeneggar
User avatar #236 - reginleif (08/11/2013) [-]
Yeah CA does produce oil, and it could easily increase output, but there's a bit of a problem there..... given the eco guys (who aren't always as frivolous as the media makes them out to be.).

Now agriculturally most of the states would be fucked without CA, the fact is that most states don't have a varied enough climate to produce the sheer diversity of the crops we do here. They can probably produce VOLUME well, but not at the rate CA does, and not even close enough to produce the diets most Americans are used to.

www.epa.gov/region9/ag/ag-state.html

We're talking about a multi billion dollar industry, that has over 20 unique variants of foodstuffs that can only grow there. No other state comes close.

As for the weaponry, CA pretty much has enough of that to fight back threats from other states. Also I wouldn't have been the one to suggest to stock the nukes in former Secessionist states, but what's done is done.....xD , (Probably because they were rural, and people tend not to bitch about millitary weapons testing if they don't live there.)

But think on this..... where do you think the weapons laboratory where the weapons are designed come from? ^^

That's right, we may TEST in places like NEW MEXICO..... just like ipods are MADE in China, but California has adds brainpower to the table.
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