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Yeah, real. I just passed that same tie the other day, had a huge stain on the front.
Anyone's looking for a bike and in the middle of the country, I'm trying to sell my Sportster to fund a car upgrade. Sucks, but needs must and I'll have another bike someday. Check it out and LMK if you know anyone who might be interested. https://louisville.craigslist.org/mcy/5492871246.html
Yeah, 99 is a Sargent last.
Great weekend, guys, congrats. So jelly of the BB/Poole haul.Just let me know day and time.Seriously, man, congrats. That's beautiful, and I'm jealous.Obviously you need the same, but patchwork.
Google announced Louisville was one of the cities they were considering for the next round of fiber builds, and the city has been bending over backward to pave the way for them. Passed a metro ordinance giving Google (and others) the right to move equipment around on the poles without having to get permission from the owners of the equipment. And of course AT&T and Time Warner have filed suit to block it, saying it goes against state law.
Yeah, the Buffalo Trace plant is fun to visit. Big operation. Their regular, free tour takes you around some of the rickhouses, goes into the history of the distillery, and does a tasting. You get your choice of two tastes out of four or five options, including BT, their white dog, BT Cream, and a couple others. It's free and you don't have to register. If you want to see the production side, you have to reserve a spot in their "hard hat" tour in advance. Woodford is an...
FTFY. Measuring shoes is a total waste of time.
edit: Eazy, not me.
They seem to be variable. I've heard similar things to you from some owners, but I also know one guy who had a Subie (a Baja, I think?) with like 700K on the body and 300K+ on each of two motors he had in it.
Thanks guys. This is along the lines I've been thinking. Our current car (which we're keeping) is an 04 Toyota Corolla, and it has been absolutely bulletproof. Other than routine maintenance (oil, tires, etc), it has cost me a grand total of $600 in repairs in 12 years. So we're super impressed with Toyotas and would lean towards a Toyota or Honda at first blush. CRV/RAV4/Pilot/Highlander.@Fueco I'll look at Subarus. Friends had a Forester and loved it; it seemed to me...
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