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post #316 of 556
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[font="Book Antiqua"][font="Book Antiqua"][size="3"][b]My second installment as guest editor is admittedly late. My apologies. Accordingly I have one Valtrexa (white leather) key fob to the first PM correctly stating the origin of my "groupings." Hint Again, digest choices are purely subjective. Enjoy.

Great digest, Greg. - excellent choices all.
post #317 of 556
The theme is the man holdin back good old Aeglus and his two awesome fits this week. No need to send me the fob, please sell it and donate the procedes to Doctors Without Borders
post #318 of 556
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Originally Posted by KtownGreg View Post
My second installment as guest editor is admittedly late. My apologies. Accordingly I have one Valtrexa (white leather) key fob to the first PM correctly stating the origin of my "groupings." Hint Again, digest choices are purely subjective. Enjoy.
Sent in my guess. If I'm right, it's a very clever twist. If I'm wrong, it must be even cleverer! By the way, awesome digest. I think it's probably one of the strongest weeks we've had; esp. the second grouping. Some really great looks from a good range of different members. Nice to see it all pulled together into the digest.
post #319 of 556
Vox I'd suggest either one of the more prolific posters of late, SpooPoker, the young aeglus or srivats. I like Bogart.
post #320 of 556
Many interesting PMs regarding the "challenge." I'll let the PMs roll in until Wed. AM. At that point I'll list a few quotes of the best ideas (all privacy respected). I mean we do have HIPPA to consider.

G
post #321 of 556
Some good choices Greg - you've done a good job, and I'm still scratching my head as to your conundrum.
post #322 of 556
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I think that the differences that one sees are entirely because of the car.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3528/...e8d2c73ca9.jpg

Notice McQueen's magic vanishes when he is not in physical contact with it.

That's my theory.


- B

You are just jealous that you can't have that car.



Being a small timer, I just want this bike:



Not something steve rode, but I'd be happy with this one too:
(does anyone recognize the movie this bike was in? )

post #323 of 556
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Here are Before and After WAG Soccer Ball pics:




- B

David Beckham's marriage to this "hot mess inside a fail bowl" of a woman ensures - in my mind, at least - that he cheats at least as much as Tiger. This is easily the worst boob job in human history. Where is a good plaintiff's attorney when you need one. She needs to call Lufty after he passes the PA bar. Could be a lucrative assignment for the dashing young chap.
post #324 of 556
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Originally Posted by JPHardy View Post
The martini's, the women (even if just picture form), the hair....Vox is practically a Kennedy.
I was just out sailing with a Kennedy ... but Vox wasn't with us.
post #325 of 556
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I was just out sailing with a Kennedy ... but Vox wasn't with us.

He was in spirit...
post #326 of 556
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post

Not something steve rode, but I'd be happy with this one too:
(does anyone recognize the movie this bike was in? )


I love those vintage Indians!

Would that be the "Great Escape"?
post #327 of 556
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Originally Posted by PandArts View Post
I love those vintage Indians!

Would that be the "Great Escape"?

No, the bike used in Great Escape was a triumph -- the first bike photo I posted above is a replica. The Indian is from a more recent movie
post #328 of 556
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
You are just jealous that you can't have that car.



Being a small timer, I just want this bike:



Not something steve rode, but I'd be happy with this one too:
(does anyone recognize the movie this bike was in? )


Was that in the more recent Indiana Jones?

Mike
post #329 of 556
That looks like an Indian Scout; like the one Brad Pitt rode in Benjamin Button.
post #330 of 556
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That looks like an Indian Scout; like the one Brad Pitt rode in Benjamin Button.

Does indeed.
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