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  • Willow
    Willow Posts: 10,930
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    Porky's II lol
  • Viking64
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    Willow wrote: »
    Porky's II lol

    My only memory of the second one is "Oogie boogey."
  • mhardy6647
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    53689290783_bafac01c6c_b.jpgMiscellaneous 035 - Miss Communications - 1959 by Johnny El-Rady, on Flickr

    Miss Communications.
    B):#
    I may have miss understood. ;)
  • mhardy6647
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    Now Hear This! One from Ken Kantor ;)
    53689135985_d140a9b57e_b.jpgUntitled by Kenneth Kantor, on Flickr

    ... and another from the source of Miss Communications.
    53689484975_d50b3b3403_b.jpgVintage STEM Ad 277 - Boeing - 1979 by Johnny El-Rady, on Flickr
  • mrbigbluelight
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    Miss Communication definitely has a face for radio.
    Sal Palooza
  • Geoff4rfc
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    audioluvr wrote: »
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    Couldn't find anyone to go with me to my secret spot. 14# hard to land alone

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    Day 2 posted this pic.

    Couple of friends were like okay... Take me!

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    Hmmm IDK, something about this just seems fishy..
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  • Milito
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    mhardy6647 wrote: »

    Great looking car, but you better buy two as reliability is a concern. A friend of mine had one back in the day.
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  • soundfreak1
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    There once there was a little girl
    That had a little curl
    right in the middle of her forehead
    When she was good, she was very good.
    But when she was bad she was Horrid!

    This is how we refer to Jags!
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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 33,367
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    Art class:
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    (seen @ Hifihaven)
  • audioluvr
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    edited April 30
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    Yesterdays haul.
    Gustard X26 Pro DAC
    Belles 21A Pre modded with Mundorf Supreme caps
    B&K M200 Sonata monoblocks refreshed and upgraded
    Polk SDA 1C's modded / 1000Va Dreadnaught
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  • ken brydson
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    Well deserved...
  • mhardy6647
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    ^^^ Dude's just a slacker.

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    ;)B)

    wait, what? one "G"?!?

    :blush:
  • F1nut
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    audioluvr wrote: »
    Yesterdays haul.

    There's a motley crew
    Political Correctness'.........defined

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  • mhardy6647
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    (hifihaven)

    so true... so true
  • BlueBirdMusic
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    @mhardy6647 and @nooshinjohn pictures remind me of consequences when government acts:

    The Hagger photo reminded me of the textile industry that used to be in Bremen GA.
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    Hubbard Slacks Company

    Besides the Hubbard Slacks Company, there was Sewell Manufacturing Suit Company, Warren-Sewell Suit Company, and many more smaller textile manufacturers. I knew at least 8 to 10 family members who worked at these companies.

    The West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail website says the following about the Hubbard Pants Company:

    Opening in the midst of America’s Great Depression, it would have been difficult to imagine a new textile company being able to keep its proverbial head above water. That is, however exactly what S.W. Hubbard’s company did though. The Hubbard Pants company opened in 1932 and had a 'slow start,' producing only a few pairs of pants a week with a very small workforce and few machines.

    Despite this, the company managed to stay afloat and finally began to see major growth in the 1940s especially during the war years. From this point on, Hubbard Pants made considerable growth for the next several decades. Each decade saw more and more profit for the now very large national corporation. Hubbard became the 'backbone' of Bremen‘s economy and labor force and helped Bremen to become a thriving town in West Georgia.

    It was not until the implementation of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) that Hubbard Pants, like most of the rest of the textile industry, experienced major setbacks. The textile industry as a whole moved south for cheaper labor in foreign nations and so workers who had been involved in the industry immediately began to lose their jobs all over the region. The plant had two facilities and while parts of it were used by other companies at certain times, the company itself remained in the hands of the Hubbard family throughout its period of operation.

    The Bremen facilities finally closed permanently in 2002 with a labor force of approximately 100 workers. Hubbard will, however, be a symbol of the textile industry’s incredible strength in the south for over 100 years."
    "Sometimes you have to look to the past to understand where you are going in the future"


    Harry / Marietta GA
  • OleBoot
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  • daddyjt
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    "Conservative Libertarians love the country, progressive leftists love the government." - Andrew Wilkow


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  • nooshinjohn
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    “When once a Republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.”— Thomas Jefferson
  • OleBoot
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  • JayCee
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    ....
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  • OleBoot
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  • msg
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    I disabled signatures.
  • tonyp063
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    OleBoot wrote: »
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