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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: Today at 03:19:45 PM »
I have had money going into some form or another since I was about 19,  so yeah since 2003

I invested mostly because companies I worked for matched what I put in.    Just looking at other options you guys feel value from


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Land
Gold
Silver

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Financial Prep / Comment on traditional investing
« on: Today at 12:29:27 PM »
Copied from another thread

I will comment here, but it may not be what you want to hear

I have not seen investments pay off in very many cases

Being truthful, instead of buying into the short term hype of folks having millions of dollars for retirement, most people, and really, most of them including myself were lucky to break even or retain some of the money you saved

These investment companies are smart. They keep one focused in on the current rate of return, or focus on a five year or a ten year return. None of those matter for someone who is saving 40-50 years.

I had accumulated a pretty nice nest egg starting in the early 80's. I was a high risk oriented investor (Definitely the wrong approach in my view) and well set up for the october 1987 black thursday event. I'd say I lost about 100% of my gains for all the years i saved and maybe 75% of the actual money I invested

I noted though, that each and every year, the investment managers were paid from my funds, something I barely noticed while earning 20% on some investments.

The point I really want to make is no matter where you invest in the stock market, you can plan to have regular "adjustments" that cripple you causing you to have to reset and start over. But the managers will already have made their money, so they do not care. If you leave, others will come.

There was the dot com bubble where I lost money...We purchased a larger home and then saved most of the mortgage which I had invested while I worked in Afghanistan as a pilot. On the days the market collapsed again, I was in no position to pull out of the rapidly collapsing investments that this time were killed by the sub-prime real estate collapse. We lost over $300K on that one.

I would estimate I have lost over a million dollars of liquidity over the years, and the only investment which ever maintained its value was precious metals. I did accumulate quite a bit of that, which I liquidated here and there to purchase my farm, some heavy equipment or this and that.

But the silver and gold market are artificially manipulated, so you will really not make any money by buying these metals, but will only keep pace.

at the turn of the 19th century, a custom tailor silk suit would cost you like $15 or an ounce of gold. Today having that suit made will cost you well over a thousand dollars, or about one ounce of gold.

If you invest in any of these 401K's or IRA's managed by any company, you are just sheep fleecing out the beds of the managers.

That is why I created my own investment company, approved by the IRS that I control. I invest in whatever I want and benefit from the tax break. That is likely the only benefit in terms of money made you will ever realize. If you want to invest in a 396 SS Chevelle, have at it. Buy some gold and you will at least have the gold when the market has it's next collapse or adjustment.

Not wishing to rain on anyone's parade, but I have invested for 40-50 years and my experience is a fact, and does not match the hype and sugar coating you get from those who make their money on controlling your money

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: Today at 12:27:56 PM »
General question for some of you guys that are a little further in life?s finances than me.
If you don?t mind, if it?s not to personal.  About what % has your retirement funds been producing this past year vs the previous administration?   I am about 15% this year.   

I give a large credit to our current administrations successes, wealthier people?s investing more into our economy and general economy?s health. 

Any takers?    Previous I was sitting about 10-12% growth


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I will comment here, but it may not be what you want to hear

I have not seen investments pay off in very many cases

Being truthful, instead of buying into the short term hype of folks having millions of dollars for retirement, most people, and really, most of them including myself were lucky to break even or retain some of the money you saved

These investment companies are smart. They keep one focused in on the current rate of return, or focus on a five year or a ten year return. None of those matter for someone who is saving 40-50 years.

I had accumulated a pretty nice nest egg starting in the early 80's. I was a high risk oriented investor (Definitely the wrong approach in my view) and well set up for the october 1987 black thursday event. I'd say I lost about 100% of my gains for all the years i saved and maybe 75% of the actual money I invested

I noted though, that each and every year, the investment managers were paid from my funds, something I barely noticed while earning 20% on some investments.

The point I really want to make is no matter where you invest in the stock market, you can plan to have regular "adjustments" that cripple you causing you to have to reset and start over. But the managers will already have made their money, so they do not care. If you leave, others will come.

There was the dot com bubble where I lost money...We purchased a larger home and then saved most of the mortgage which I had invested while I worked in Afghanistan as a pilot. On the days the market collapsed again, I was in no position to pull out of the rapidly collapsing investments that this time were killed by the sub-prime real estate collapse. We lost over $300K on that one.

I would estimate I have lost over a million dollars of liquidity over the years, and the only investment which ever maintained its value was precious metals. I did accumulate quite a bit of that, which I liquidated here and there to purchase my farm, some heavy equipment or this and that.

But the silver and gold market are artificially manipulated, so you will really not make any money by buying these metals, but will only keep pace.

at the turn of the 19th century, a custom tailor silk suit would cost you like $15 or an ounce of gold. Today having that suit made will cost you well over a thousand dollars, or about one ounce of gold.

If you invest in any of these 401K's or IRA's managed by any company, you are just sheep fleecing out the beds of the managers.

That is why I created my own investment company, approved by the IRS that I control. I invest in whatever I want and benefit from the tax break. That is likely the only benefit in terms of money made you will ever realize. If you want to invest in a 396 SS Chevelle, have at it. Buy some gold and you will at least have the gold when the market has it's next collapse or adjustment.

Not wishing to rain on anyone's parade, but I have invested for 40-50 years and my experience is a fact, and does not match the hype and sugar coating you get from those who make their money on controlling your money

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Build Threads / Re: 2008 Jeep Jk 4 Door
« on: Today at 12:06:50 PM »
just keep it up... :wink: :knucklehead:

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Our Heros, The "Hooah" or "Ooh-Rah" Place / US Contribution to NATO
« on: July 19, 2018, 06:25:13 PM »
Just to be clear about it:

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: July 19, 2018, 06:20:36 PM »
Good choice!

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CIEMR / The real Peter Strzok
« on: July 19, 2018, 06:14:08 PM »
EXPOSED: Peter Strzok Grew Up In Iran, Worked As Obama and Brennan?s Envoy To Iranian Regime
By

Tore Lindeman

Jul 17, 2018

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exposed-peter-strzok-grew-up-in-iran-worked-as-obama-and-brennans-envoy-to-iranian-regime/

A former co-worker of Peter Strzok tells Big League Politics about Strzok?s extensive background in the intelligence community, including the fact that he grew up in Iran. Many intelligence officers like Strzok are complete ghosts with questionable history and gaps in their life story. But now we have some insight. (RELATED: Strzok Worked For CIA And FBI At Same Time, According To Document).

Peter Strzok was born in the late 1960?s ? he attended the American School in Iran up until 1978 when it closed down and then he attended the American School in Saudi Arabia. He supposedly attended a Catholic School, St. John?s Prep in Minneapolis (the school refused to confirm or deny attendance) and then completed a Bachelors at Georgetown and some form of graduate degree after that.

The truth is that after Peter Strzok III turned 18 his life is arcane, which is the usual story of many like him. Did you know that Peter Strzok II (Strzok?s father) and Hillary Clinton have a lot in common? It turns out after advocating for Khomeni in Iran and then working in Saudi Arabia to calm the waters of an Iranian government (appeasing them with anti-Semitic rhetoric), Strzok?s father Strzok II also dabbled in ?charity work.? Strzok?s father was involved in so-called charity work in Haiti but also helped dismantle and reassemble Upper Volta..now known as Burkina Faso.

Despite Deep State efforts to scrub information, the Internet is forever. Below you will see a very controversial happening in the early Eighties. Peter Strzok II (Strzok?s father, also known as Peter Strzok Sr.) was an employee of Catholic Relief Services and was interviewed by the New York Times in 1985 over his testimony or statements regarding mishandling money intended for Ethopia. In the article he identifies himself as a former employee of the charity and he is a retired US Army Corps Engineer who served the agency in Africa and Haiti. So Peter Strzok II worked in Haiti with a charity? That sounds eerily familiar. Can we all guess which charities partnered to help Haiti?

The Clinton Foundation and The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) seem to work in tangent. Coincidence? Peter Strzok Sr. was actually the director of CRS in Haiti. If we look into CRS financials they seem to overlap and feed into Clinton Global initiatives and balance sheets.

In the early 80?s Upper Volta was in turmoil. It is said that mineral disputes with neighboring countries brought about great duress and so in 1985 the country of Upper Volta ceased to exist and was then named Burkina Faso during Strzok II?s term there. Specifically, in 1981 he was advised of a government visit to Upper Volta, which places him in Upper Volta for a period of 4 years as his son Strzok III was at the American School in Saudi Arabia from 1978- 1980. This happened after their sudden move from Tehran when Khomeni attained power over the Shah. Looks like whenever there is a regime change in modern history a Strzok is lying in the shadows waiting.

We know Peter Strzok III, the man who sent those vile text messages about our President. The man who was biased and wanted to ensure a Clinton Presidency was raised in Iran and Saudi Arabia.

Our source reveals how Strzok and his father both talked about Iran favorably and both accidently reminisced about the rose water smell of the ju-jeh kebab by Shemiran Hill? something that disappeared after 1987 and only those who are old enough to remember can discuss.

Peter Strzok?s Persian is impeccable.

Our insider tells us that Peter Strzok III is the key Middle Eastern Intel operative for the Iranian airline Mahan Air?s purchase of United States government planes during the Obama administration from 2011 to 2013 (when Iran sanctions were in place). He handled the Iranian relations from start to finish. Just like his father did for Reagan and just like he?s been doing for years under cloak and dagger says the BLP insider.

Peter Strzok Sr. and of course John O. Brennan were involved with Iran. In fact, our source tells us that Strzok Sr. was involved in the Iran-Contra scheme that led to a six-month prison term for Reagan national security adviser John Poindexter. Back in the Eighties the government was just as corrupt as it is today and for some reason we keep giving weapons, planes, and planes full of money to Iran. Even Barack Hussein Obama sent money to Iran on a plane in his last year of office ? $1.4 Billion worth. Just a few weeks ago, Iran demanded Germany send them 300,000 Euros in cash on a plane to them, and of course Angela Merkel complied. What?s the deal with Iran? Why are they so important?

Here is a clipping from the Wisconsin-based Leader-Telegram newspaper from 1979 in which Strzok Sr. describes his activities in Iran and expresses good will for the Ayatollah.



What were Strzok, Brennan, and Obama really doing? That is a very good question that maybe President Trump can get answered for us if a Summit with Iran can happen early this fall. One thing that is constant in modern history over the last five decades with anything involving Iran: There is a Peter Paul Strzok involved.

The BLP insider who?s worked with both Breannan and Strzok tells us that Strzok was never FBI he was part of the highest level of covert operatives, sliding into posts within the CIA or FBI to infiltrate, influence and observe. This is exactly what we saw with the Special Counsel appointment that resulted after a failed operation.

Peter Strzok Jr. was placed in the FBI to ensure a win for Hillary Clinton and buffer negative press (like the Weiner laptop case, which he covered up). That?s the real deal. Revealing Peter Strzok?s identity would have been a problem because it?s called unmasking but since he is in the limelight and out of the shadows it?s time to lay all the cards FACE up on the table for all to see who Peter Strzok really is.

Spooks feared him, but like our source they still maintain secrecy ? simply connecting the dots of publicly and privately available information.

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: July 19, 2018, 01:45:09 PM »
I really like that brick. Something like the brick on my home, all 7,700 of them.

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Build Threads / Re: 2008 Jeep Jk 4 Door
« on: July 19, 2018, 01:30:47 PM »
Absolutely nuts. I?m familiar with the run flat technology. I believe it was Michelin that brought it to market.  Bentley and Honda were the only ones to offer it commercially and my wife?s oem wheels where run flats but the system never caught on.  The tires double or more the cost and had one bead larger than the other to fit over the plastic run flat ring.

never in a 1000 years would I have thought a pvc pipe just happened to be the right size to fit those wheels.  Just nuts.


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Tex,
Somewhere back in the thousands of posts about SquareD, I have those inserts pictured when I did the wheels and grooved the tires

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Build Threads / Re: 2008 Jeep Jk 4 Door
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:53:20 AM »
 :likebutton:

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:51:23 AM »
Mile walk?!?

Already?

No, no not yet. Nothing heals in 24 hours. Hernia time and who knows what else if she doesn't give it some time.

Kay, I don't know you, but please, take it a bit easy for awhile, OKAY?

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Build Threads / Re: 2008 Jeep Jk 4 Door
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:46:36 AM »
What exactly do you mean with the pvc pipe?


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Makes the double bead lock work

It is of the same ID as the OD of the wheel drum minus the flange

It is inserted between inside the tire, between the beads, which is no easy task, then the assembly slides onto the drum part of the wheel. Once you secure the bolt on flange part, the tightening of the bolts squeezes both the inside and outside of both beads against a flange of sorts. That keeps the tire bead locked in place even when no air pressure is present

Shawn, did I do OK?

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:40:39 AM »
I think that right there is a smart deal ^^^^


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You would!





Bonehead!

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 18, 2018, 08:40:05 AM »
That thing looks good man...and I don't even like red.

Don wants a Xj?  I will trade ya one for Square D=P  its rustfree...already rhino lined. Already has a small lift. Also already has a rod knock so no need to fret that becoming a problem =)


funny guy!

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CIEMR / Re: WHAT IS WRONG WITH ILLINOIS, ESPECIALLY CHICAGO!
« on: July 17, 2018, 11:41:47 AM »
They know that this crap doesn't work. It's been proven over and over again. So, what's their true motives? Power? Greed? both probably
I'd say Nieviety

These politicians have lived their lives in a protected and supervised bubble. None of them have ever worked a real job, never built anything, never sacrificed for others, and my bet is that the majority of them do not believe in God.

They are truly lost, but well financed to get their message into the hands of the voting illiterate.

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 17, 2018, 11:30:40 AM »
You complain about parking a CC/SB duramax?

Sniff, scoff, incredulous

DD the duallly for 5 years, it?ll make that truck feel like a sports car....




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Yea, I feel for ya!

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 16, 2018, 08:53:35 PM »
OK, am talking to a very nice owner of the green one. See if I can make something happen.

Meanwhile, while in Cincy today, McClusky Chevrolet had a 2001 Black XJ for sale, $7995 with 32,000 miles!

So I went to see what a low mileage example looks like

32,000 miles my second left foot!

Underneath, it had four new shocks. The straps holding the rear U-joint were new (recently replaced, as was the U-joint itself. The pinion seal was leaking, it was covered with rust and the driveshaft looked as if it may well rust in half. Up front rust everywhere and both front doors were rusted through. The paint was awful, like just remove it, no chance of repairing it. THe trans was a solid cake of grease as was the bottom of the engine.

That thing accumulated quite a bit of wear for 32,000 miles! (Or 132,000 miles, or 232,000 miles)

I told them straight up the speedometer has been turned back, it was a $2,200 Jeep best case. I started to request they reimburse me for my fuel for the drive, then I got all interested in this double cab "Alaskan Edition" 2500 HD...

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 16, 2018, 08:46:11 PM »
...I'm discouraged by your lack of confidence ;-))

Or in Vadar's immortal words,

"I find your lack of faith, disturbing."

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 16, 2018, 11:09:15 AM »
BUY THE GREEN ONE. Sub 32" you'll never break an axle or damage diffs unless you're pulling out heavier vehicles in reverse and uphill. Reverse dana 30 high pinion w/ better ground clearance runs on the drive side of the ring gear teeth, 40%+ stronger than 1999+ w/ standard rotation, low pinion front diff. 8.25chy rear = mo betta butta than the m35. M35-7.562" w/ 8 ring gear bolts, 27 spline axles. 8.25chy is well, 8.25", 10 bolts, 29 spline axles. Manual is great asin/warner ax15, close ratio trans, good crawling gears. Autos are fine too, not overly complicated like the Grand Cherokees.  if it doesn't already have one, get a slip yoke eliminator kit for the rear driveshaft and call it a day.
OK, I'll go look at the green one...TODAY!

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 16, 2018, 10:45:33 AM »
Yes Sam. You get credit for the pipe strategy. :thumb


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and solar!

Samm, the smart solar senor'

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CIEMR / Re: "Face" of the FBI
« on: July 16, 2018, 10:42:45 AM »
I watched quite a bit of that. He thinks he?s un touchable.  I can?t believe he still had SCI and security clearance


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Actually...

Didn't he have a bit of a stumble in the security clearance arena?

I think if I recall correctly, that due to the administrative "reassignment," rules required removal of the SCI (Secret, compartmentalized information) which is a level sort of a part of and in some cases, above top secret.

I think that little hiccup, may be the hook that sends some others to jail or get them fired

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 09:55:13 PM »
I've always like them

And I am really wanting a "car" to drive sometimes since I'm tired of sounding the mooring horn in my supertanker when coming about in parking lots where I don't fit anywhere

I thought of buying a new Silverado 1/2 ton, but the pollution crap and the low rider look turns me off

I thought of buying a Toyota Taco, but the engine has less than no power and it's close to $40K of my hard earned cashola which turns into 20K before you can pay the registration fees

So I was looking over old used stuff

I just don't like the JK's and wranglers in general, but I have always loved those cherokees and have owned two grand cherokees with the 4.0 engine in them, one with like 200K+ and runnin like a top!

Then when I get to thinking, if I can find a nice one reasonably priced, I might be able to build it and still have it worth a good percentage of what I paid should I ever can it

But frankly, considering my age and how I take care of things mechanically (good!) if I bought one, I'd drive it forever, no matter the mileage. Like jets, I'd just keep replacing parts and keep it running.

So yea, I want one, and another for the pre-ranger.

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 07:50:31 PM »
Which is more desirable in these automatic transmission or manual?


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Dunno, Dave

But for my likes, I'm going for an automatic

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 15, 2018, 07:46:29 PM »
He wants to go to West point. I asked him what he planned for a career after the Army. He looked at me with a confused expression. "Dad, Being an officer in our Army is all I plan to do."

You really need to get some NCOs over there...
Bobby,

Workin on it...

I think the little pre ranger is serious!

After recovering from the wedding and turning in the tux's, we came home and started pouring over the west point web site. Heck the kid knew everything about it. Same thing when we did you tube USMA stuff later on.
We watched a tube of a SGM, Delta guy who went through ranger school as a youngin. That kid of mine is gonna go for it if he can, I'd say.

I'm pretty sure I can get him a recommendation from a 4-star green beret friend of mine. That should help some!

Now the medium sized pre-ranger says he will not go to college, its a waste of time. Says when he graduates from H.S. he will already be enlisted and ready to ship out. He wants a career as an enlisted Infantry guy. So there you go, looks like in the end I would have produced two Army enlisted and one officer. Good ratio, I think. I'd be proud of him no matter the rank. Rank, afterall does not the man, make. His heart does!

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 07:34:41 PM »
I?m sure Tate will chime in but 32 or less and I think you?re golden. I?m sure he?ll comment on automatic lockers etc though.
Chimein' in is welcomed!

ok, here is the current candidate:

1998, 104K pretty good shape, good parts

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CIEMR / "Face" of the FBI
« on: July 15, 2018, 06:04:46 PM »
Words that come to mind:

Possessed

Demon

Devil

Evil

Hatred

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 05:57:39 PM »
So the latter one has a chrysler 8.25 rear axle and a Dana 35 front

Good...bad??

Good, believe that front is RR too...
Great news!

So this XJ I am looking at presently has 31 10.50 tires and on a 3.5" lift looks great. I'm thinking I'd stay around a 31" or possibly a 32" tire if I went to a 4.5" lift instead which I more perfer

If I had to do it myself, I'd do a long arm suspension on a 4"-5" lift and keep that look/ride height

Is that tire size good for those tiny diffs?

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 12:02:57 PM »
So the latter one has a chrysler 8.25 rear axle and a Dana 35 front

Good...bad??

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 15, 2018, 11:51:47 AM »
Without looking at them thoroughly, I?d buy the last one. It would go for $5k or higher out here btw
Roger that
However
Another one just popped up. Really nice and 104K miles. Already lifted tires wheels bumper, rack and well, well maintained, but spendy...

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General Vehicle Related Discussion / Re: Thinking of buying a XJ
« on: July 14, 2018, 10:31:22 AM »
So, I continue to look

Vehicles I am investigating at the moment:

2000, 38,000 miles stock $7995

1998 194,000 Engine rebuilt into a 4.6 stroker, lifted, wheels tires, F/R smittybuilt bumpers, winch CB radio, exhaust, nice, $5,900

2000 104,000 3.5" lift, bilsteins, wheels/tires, F bumper, borla exhaust, roof rack, very nice, $8,800

2000 140,000 stock, nice, $4,990

1999, 98,000 stock, ziebart rust treatment since new, local $2,900

I am still looking at a purchase of two jeeps. One for me, one for one of the pre-rangers...To be a father/son build project thing and family off roading adventure thing.

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 14, 2018, 09:41:32 AM »
That's daughter #2 gone right?
Yup

Happening in a few hours

Great rehersal! The youngest pre-ranger sang "I can't help falling in love" the Elvis hit during the rehersal, accompanied by a pianist from the Cincinnati symphony orchestra. Everyone, I mean everyone, was in tears. I am SOOOO blessed as a father

And let me just brag on this kid a bit more if I may. He wants to go to West point. I asked him what he planned for a career after the Army. He looked at me with a confused expression. "Dad, Being an officer in our Army is all I plan to do." He is so determined, purposeful and focused. He thinks he may have a chance at becoming the first General grade officer this family has produced.

Am I proud?? In a word, Yea I am so freakin proud and happy and elated and excited and hopeful and happy and on top of all that, pretty proud, did I mention I was proud of the little pre-ranger?

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: July 14, 2018, 09:35:13 AM »
Hey, I'll take that broken door!

Find a place in the ever expandin' shed project for it, I will!  :rolleyes:

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CIEMR / Re: A bit of history for current patriots
« on: July 14, 2018, 09:33:25 AM »
I think there are a lot of people that are worried the spot light will shine on them.  Both sides of the isle. 

Its time that people around clinton start going to jail
And that, my friend will be the litmus test to see whether justice or politics is served and triumphs in the end

Indeed, heads should roll (Figuratively speaking)

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D.O.T. / Great gouge!
« on: July 14, 2018, 09:29:00 AM »
Loads of survival oriented ideas and information


https://www.getzone.com/category/getzone-original-series/finding-fearless/

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 13, 2018, 10:19:49 PM »
Today: Rehearsal

Tomorrow: Wedding

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CIEMR / A bit of history for current patriots
« on: July 13, 2018, 10:17:14 PM »
This, the truth, is disturbing at the very least...


https://www.youtube.com/embed/_VpFNgfbebY

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So, you want me to make it run and drive Don? *serious offer if needed man.








I think you just need to buy it from me...#sotiredofthattruck

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CIEMR / Re: Just Sayin'
« on: July 12, 2018, 09:41:14 PM »
Cold one!

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Most Favored Companies / Re: Companies that Real-Man likes!
« on: July 12, 2018, 09:40:36 PM »
Good enough

I added them to the list on the first post

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: July 12, 2018, 03:14:27 PM »
Who's the masked bandito with the mohawk? :wink:

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Build Threads / Re: LML Duramax build Part 5
« on: July 12, 2018, 10:27:26 AM »
Don what is the year make and model of the SQD?
1991.5 Dodge Ram W250 Cummins Diesel automatic

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CIEMR / Re: What are the chances...
« on: July 12, 2018, 10:26:25 AM »
 :cheesy:

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CIEMR / Re: ...And these men are admired by some??????????????
« on: July 12, 2018, 10:24:59 AM »
POS sums it up pretty well for me..
Me too

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CIEMR / Re: What are the chances...
« on: July 11, 2018, 03:39:40 PM »
Which is why we partiots have to be at the ready

There is a line that we will not cross

Should conditions ever force us to cross that line, then we stand.

I am not sure what that stand looks like but I think it looks a bit like:

Should the end of our republic come in the form of loss of freedom, loss of guns, forcing us to thing a certain way, or accept certain things. SHould we be forced to stop worshiping the one true God, or compromise on any values that make us uniquely free, then do what I did way back in Desert Storm and a hundred times since then

I sat down and decided that i had a good life. But that life of me ends today, and from this moment on, no matter the cost, I do what is right and follow orders...NO MATTER THE OUTCOME.

Make that mental transition, then as I was be pleasantly surprised that if after it is all over, you find yourself still alive.

Network
Set up a million lines of communication
Do things like safe/hide site, storing up food water, ammunition, medical supplies
Go low keyed
Train
Network with folks who know what they are doing

Then if your day comes when you make that transition

Then weigh into it with all you have. Do it for God. Do it for Country. Do it for your family. Do it because thousands of others did likewise, and now its your turn

Do not shy away from whatever you must do

And show those who would dare to take our country away that it will be a costly, and ultimately an imposible task

Do those things and we will all be fine...for a time, then thereafter.

If not for you, well, then, see you in heaven!

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Humor, Good Stuff, and Red Neck Practices! / My wife is missing!
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:44:57 AM »

Husband: My wife is missing.

She went shopping yesterday and has not come home!

 

Sheriff: Height ?                   

Husband:  I'm not sure.  A little over five-feet tall.

 

Sheriff: Weight ?

Husband:  Don't know. Not slim, not really fat.

 

Sheriff: Color of eyes ?

Husband: Sort of brown I think. Never really noticed.

 

Sheriff: Color of hair ?

Husband: Changes a couple times a year.  Maybe dark brown now. I can't remember.

 

Sheriff:   What was she wearing ?

Husband:  Could have been pants, or maybe a skirt or shorts. I don't know exactly.

 

Sheriff: What kind of car did she go in ?

Husband:  She went in my truck.

 

Sheriff:   What kind of truck was it ?

Husband : A 2016 pearl white Ram Limited 4X4 with 6.4l Hemi V8 engine ordered with the Ram Box bar and fridge option, led lighting, back up and front camera, Moose hide leather heated and cooled seats, climate controlled air conditioning.    It has a custom matching white cover for the bed, Weather Tech floor mats. Trailing package with gold hitch, sunroof, DVD with full GPS navigation, satellite radio, Cobra 75 WX ST 40-channel CB radio, six cup holders, 3 USB port, and 4 power outlets.    I added special alloy wheels and off-road Toyo tires.    It has custom retracting running boards and under-glow wheel well lighting.

 

At this point the husband started choking up.

 

Sheriff:   Take it easy sir, we'll find your truck !!!

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CIEMR / Something to consider...
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:42:44 AM »
Maybe not the best business decision...

Kinda like eating Halal food

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CIEMR / ...And these men are admired by some??????????????
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:39:09 AM »
What's the word??

Fake?

Liar??

Frauds??

Come on, what's the word???

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CIEMR / Makes Sense if you really don't think about it!
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:34:54 AM »
LL

Liberal Logic...

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CIEMR / Ya just have to admire Muslim Real Men!
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:33:08 AM »
yah...

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: July 11, 2018, 10:16:10 AM »
 :wink:

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