Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Conservative, Apr 5, 2012.
That is the coolest post yet by you. I love it. Yes, shit happens. I've never rolled one in these 44 years of having and owning Jeeps, but it happens. Cool photos indeed.
(You CAN be normal, wow.)
After these 44 years I have refined and fine tuned what works for me, with VEX and Army trailer being shipped world wide with me on assignments. It has 1,200,000 miles on it, on its 5th engine. I got it as a total. I got it where it will really rock. With the 12,000 lb. winches on it front and rear, I no longer get stuck anymore. I've had VEX now for 20 years along with the Army trailer.
He does cool shit:
Good articulation, so it won't do what those Jeeps did in those photos, unless one was careless.
Set up to pull very heavy things.
And it likes rocks.
Thank you for the Jeep pics, you little stalking, chain pulling, retro freak show. Most kind.
How's the search for alien implants coming? When did you expect that alien communication? The next 5 years I believe you said?
@ RAMS the Fraud
Hi real FRAUD,
Yes, 5 years. the folks and everyone involved and me included use this as the top end number.
Because per the HST Deep Field and other deep sky survey, there are 50 class M planets like Earth, within 50 LYs of Earth. Thus, for 50 years we have been transmitting radio and TV in the AM band and now others. About now out to 5 years, if anyone is out there, and I an other believe there are, then, they should be recieving those signals about now out to about 5-6 years, since that is how long it had taken for same to get there at SoL.
I wish you would be normal before you get yourself banned from here. you actually are a challenger when you post normal dissent and not use all the other defamating lies and bullshit.
I have this relative who lives in Nome, Alaska. No, that person does not mine for gold. Oft has remarked that the majority of vehicles left sitting by the roadside failed and unrepairable at reasonable cost are Jeeps. Not so much the open-air types; rather the station wagon/SUV types. Sufficiently known that people who have lived there for a year or more don't order any and those that are new to the town almost always are brought in (air or barge; no roads to anywhere) by people who are just moving in and have no clue.
If a signal was sent 50 years ago... traveled at near the speed of light... it would just now be arriving at a planet 50 light years from Earth. If they immediately understood what the signal was, and immediately responded, it would then take their signal 50 years (assuming near light speed travel of the signal) to travel back to Earth.
So, it is IMPOSSIBLE, under the situation YOU described above, that we'd get a signal from one of those 50 class M planets in the next 5 years.
You're so fucking stupid, basic math eludes you.
Another utter FAIL, by Robert the Fraud.
You're outmatched. Quit while you're behind.
EDIT: I almost forgot that you're ASSuming the existence of life on at least 1 of those 50 class M planets, that is intelligent, and scientifically advanced enough to detect and respond.
You really do suck at this.
I would not know. I've never been to Alaska. After all these years, I love my Jeep(s).
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Landcruisers are and always have been a better off-road vehicle.
I know. Here's mine. BJ diesel. Damn near 30 mpg.
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