Quick and dirty Ford GT primer

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VSyO7PciLM&feature=channel[/youtube]
The Ford GT is an awesome car and since I know for a fact that we have exactly two millions of hardcore Ford GT fans that visit this little website The Greatest Page In The Hooniverse, I figured I would sniff around for some footage to show how much I care.  This video that I found has a little bit of everything in it.  Vintage footage of the GT40 from Le Mans, side-by-side comparisons of old vs. new, a quick documentary on how the new GT was designed and even some in-car race footage complete with heel-toe-vision.
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  1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    6751 – 6800
    Surprise! I'd really like to try another 50 to see if we can chase storms successfully here. It really does work very well if you view by last activity all reply to the topmost commentator, in this case you Skay! Not only is it an appropriate post, but you should get emails 😉 SO EVERYONE PLEASE REPLY TO THE TOP SKAYCOG POST, WHERE SHE ASKS JO SCHMO TO GO STEADY WITH HER AGAIN AND NUMBER THEM. (Sorry to shout.)
    It was a very busy day for me, that's why I am only now here. I made at least 10 versions of those catapults, in the end I had two that worked well. Aga did not tell me that she was calling the other mom to come and pick them up at 9:30, about 9:10 I had disassembled the lesser of the two, and then it was a mad dash to duplicated the best one, phew!
    I don't know where BB got that great oil painting from, it's my current desktop, but here it eh link if you want it: http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/12/… I did some poor-a$$ google-fu and failed, but I found this which some here might like:
    <img src="http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/2122/allingtonfordmk4s.th.jpg">click to embiggen which I ran across here: http://forums.autosport.com/lofiversion/index.php… Unfortunately though there are numerous such great pics there, my slow computer was none-too-pleased with me for stressing it there.
    Sincerely,
    6751

  2. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Hi Everyone,
    Phew I hope I did not miss anyone last place… Anyway, that's another reason to all reply to just one topmost comment, then whoever finds another months old post to use only has to make one comment to notify everyone. Those that want to get email notifications can "Subscribe to All new comments" in the drop-down, anyone else can just check-in whenever. We should change every fifty or so not so much for tradition but because yours truly here has a really slow computer and once a post crosses 100 or so comments it gets all slow and extra clicky to read for me.
    Have a good one,
    6752

  3. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    msz…….Ahhh, Jo Schmo, the only guy to take me up on going steady. Is he still around here?
    If we all reply to my first comment, then we HAVE to put the name of who we're talking to, right? It got so mixed up last time, because we were all answering each other and then said the heck with the numbers. I'd just sit here and laugh. Let's give it a whirl!
    Look! Racin even replied below!
    6753

    1. Vavon Avatar
      Vavon

      [youtube QX2sbfWkHPA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX2sbfWkHPA youtube]
      Hello Skaycog! Today I took my best friend and the RCZ to Germany to drive on the Autobahn! It was awesome. My friend actually shot a video with his Iphone. It's not very exciting to see, but still. The RCZ maxxed out at 240 km/h (that's almost 150 mph)! Yeehaa!!!

      1. $kaycog Avatar
        $kaycog

        Vavon, fantastic! I just knew you'd be driving the RCZ today, but I never dreamed it would be on the Autobahn! That is so exciting, and the video is really very good!!!!! WOW! If I were you, I'd so pumped that I couldn't sleep tonight. How far is the Autobahn from Paris? Good job!!!!

        1. Vavon Avatar
          Vavon

          Well as I'm in Holland for work…
          It's just an hour from my friends' place.
          It was really worth it…
          I love the RCZ 1.6 THP 200!!!

          1. $kaycog Avatar
            $kaycog

            Yes, I can tell you do! How long are you going to be in Holland? It seems that you have a great job in which you can travel and drive cool cars. What does THP stand for?

          2. Vavon Avatar
            Vavon

            For a week. I really love my job.
            THP = Turbo Haute Pression
            High pressure Turbo.

          3. $kaycog Avatar
            $kaycog

            Well, thanks for sharing, ami! I'm leaving now to watch Super Bowl with friends. Later!

          4. Vavon Avatar
            Vavon

            Have fun!

          5. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
            mr. mzs zsm msz esq

            Hi Vavon, I'm watching "Knocked-Up" instead of hand egg championship myself. I replied to you up top. Give it a shot to reply to the topmost Skaycog comment. It really does work surprisingly well. It's just like at other place now, where you can't tell who you are replying to unless you say so yourself! But seriously now, if you "Subscribe to All new comments" and view sorted by Last activity it really does work surprisingly well. Give it a shot, please. I'd be very sad to see storm chasing die 🙁

  4. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    Indeed, that's why I was making all my comments look like letters with salutations even. See I have spent way too much time thinking about his. I think Dearthair (that's hurd to speel) Should make weekly offtopic posts for general gabbing too, the more freeform stuff without rules and numbers and what not 😉
    Jo Schmo is an awesome awesome dude. He was my secret Santa and he sent for my kids patches, a Lego set with 5 (!) cars, and a little Volvo P1800 toy car. He's here still, another friend I have made thanks to being car crazy. I just gave Jake a bath, now I helping Michelle with Math, so I'll poke Racin tomorrow.
    night-night,
    6754

    1. $kaycog Avatar
      $kaycog

      I'll try again for 6755 that I entered last night but still isn't here. That nudge "Where did it go?" didn't make it appear either. I really am trying.
      6755 again, but I forgot what I said originally.

  5. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    I already screwed up and didn't reply where I was supposed to. I'm glad that I'm not getting graded for this.
    It's hard to break the long established habit of clicking reply to the person who last talked to you.
    6755……..again.

  6. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    Don't worry about it! I have a funny picture from last night, but it's harder to upload pics for here (I'll try later again), so yeah nothing's perfect. But last I checked over there it did not show who you were replying to and I could not see even in my profile if anyone had replied. All that took a few minutes too, sheesh. The ">poof!<" trick only seems to work about half the time for me. That's why I always do ^A, ^X, ^V right before I click on Submit Comment. Then if it goes missing, I can click Reply and then ^V and try once more.
    Michelle's math was super fun last night. The question was using only , -, addition, division, parens and four 3s per equation write the numbers 0, 1, …, 9, 10.
    (((3 + 3) – 3) – 3) = 0
    (((3 + 3) – 3) / 3) = 1
    (((3 * 3) – 3) / 3) = 2
    (((3 + 3) + 3) / 3) = 3
    (((3 * 3) + 3) / 3) = 4
    (((3 + 3) / 3) + 3) = 5
    (((3 + 3) + 3) – 3) = 6
    (((3 / 3) + 3) + 3) = 7
    ((3 * 3) – (3 / 3)) = 8
    (((3 + 3) – 3) * 3) = 9
    ((3 * 3) + (3 / 3)) = 10
    Sincerely,
    6756
    PS: 205.2 lb (drat I forgot to weigh myself before eating)
    PPS: Man I had to edit this a few times.

  7. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    msz. It's really quiet here today. I just got home, and the side roads are still snow packed. We had a couple inches of snow last night, but without the arctic below zero temps. I'm going to friends later to watch the Super Bowl. I'm rooting for Green Bay. It should be a good game.
    That igloo you and the kids built sounds like a lot of fun. Is it still standing?
    6757

  8. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    It's still there, though pretty smushed now. We had two days of warm weather, so it got too short on the inside now. But it was fun while it was. All the kids could sit comfortably inside.
    <img src="http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs054.snc6/168478_624390768760_2912893_34811160_334968_n.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Instead of watching handegg, we are going to try and take Max to bark park. I forgot before, Racin is in another state. I'll let him know on Monday cause I think that's when he gets back.
    Have a good one,
    6758

  9. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    msz. Look at Vavon's comment below……..he drove the RCZ on the Autobahn today!!
    Yeah, I forgot Racin and Amy were going snowboarding today, and he even reminded me. DOH!
    Enjoy the rest of the day!
    6759

  10. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Vavon,
    That was great. It was like, "this lane belongs to Vavon" with everyone moving over. Oh and wait I blinked, what did I miss, I watched again. Yeah I missed an entire house in that slit second!
    You know there's another reason you are lucky besides all those others you mentioned: no snow 🙂
    Sincerely,
    6760

  11. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    msz…..Hmmm……my first cup of coffee. Super Bowl was okay, except for half time when a couple of us went into the kitchen and started cleaning up. I really didn't care who won the game, but I cheered for the Packers for a couple of stupid reasons. Female logic, you know.
    Happy Monday! The weekend went by entirely too fast, as always.
    6761

  12. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Vavon…….This is easier by clicking "Last Activity" first. I am envious of where you are this week. Do they really wear wooden shoes?
    6762

  13. Tower Of Power Avatar
    Tower Of Power

    Mr. Mzs,
    That is an excellent snow fort! I haven't built one in a while.
    I'll have to get caught up on the comments here, I think I missed the transition at some point from the original Hooniverse thread.
    6761

  14. Tower Of Power Avatar
    Tower Of Power

    Dear $kaycog,
    Happy Monday. I'm glad you cheered for the right team! I am going to try and send you a victorious gift of cheese!
    http://fast-autos.net/diecast-cars-models/diecast
    6764

  15. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Hi, TowerOfPower!! I love cheese! Thank you very much! It's been awhile since we've talked due to circumstances beyond our control. This has been hilarious trying to figure it out here, and the last 50 numbers were hilarious. All is well in my part of the world. We've had several snows, and another one is on the way with a prediction of 5 to 7 inches. I love the snow! But the below zero temps……not so much.
    6765 (Recount)

    1. Tower_Of_Power Avatar
      Tower_Of_Power

      $4kaycog…
      The cold is kind of a bummer. A friend and I once imagined a world with warm snow. You get the benefits of slipperiness (hoonability) and prettiness but all while its warm. You could snowboard like a surfer in swimtrunks and not get frostbite! The possibilities go on…
      6768

  16. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Tower,
    Don't worry about the last 50, it all got confusing back there. You noticed the comment by Dearthair (WOW!) which was the best one anyway. I tried and reply to everyone back there to come over here now. Things are going much better here. Did you pick-up on the "Subscribe to All new comments" trick? Even though I select that I end-up just checking in when ever.
    You must have been excited yesterday, congrats to GB! Yesterday we went to the bark park instead of watch football. Well not quite. Aga got stuck in the parking lot, so then I was able to rock it out with the traction control disabled, phew. I parked by the street and we just went into the tennis courts. Then we all had a great time. Later we washed and groomed Max. Man was he tired that night! But he really loves to run around in snow so he was happy.
    We don't get to make a snow fort every year, conditions have to be right. What I do though is pile-up the snow or just let it naturally, then we dig the holes out. Is that how you made yours?
    Sincerely,
    6766

    1. Tower_Of_Power Avatar
      Tower_Of_Power

      mzs…
      I haven't used the subscribe trick yet. I'll have to try it out. Right now I'm just trying to check in a few times a day when I get a chance.
      The SuperBowl was indeed fun, more so because of the social aspect and excitement of the party than the game itself.
      My parents house where I grew up was on a hilltop in the country which allowed for unobstructed winds to tear through our yard. These winds would build up large drifts over the winter and my siblings and I would dig tunnels into those drifts to make snowforts. This last snowstorm though resulted in the biggest drifts I have seen at my parents house. The southwest corner has a continuous drift from the ground onto the roof and the largest drift I have ever seen in the backyard! It almost made me want to go and try digging forts again!
      I read your comment to $kaycog too and am curious about the Hendrix and your scout master story! I don't think I've heard it. If it's long you can just direct me to where you posted it so you don't have to retype.
      6769

  17. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    Rooting for whoever regardless of what is still fun. What was yours? Did some team have a tight end or something? Wait what now? Yesterday after getting back from the snow and eating I helped kids with more homework, Aga took a nap, and I did a little American Idol contest with the kids in the basement. Then we watched AFV.
    From the game we watched the songs before the game and the half time show. The halftime show made it obvious how much computers help modern musicians. I have heard good things about Fergie being a good person that surmounted a lot in her personal life, so it bugs me to hear people complaining this morning. Also people are so negative about Christina Aguilera and her rendition of the anthem. People are just so bitchy. They should try and stand there in those shoes (seriously, did you see the shoes, wow were they ever awesome!), sing in front of so many people (bother there and on TV), and time it right for the flyover. Nobody's perfect. Anyway, did I ever tell the story about Jimmy Hendrix and my scout master? I think I may have and don't like to repeat myself.
    One more funny thing and back to work for me: Aga went to get gas for the snow blower yesterday. She forgot to close the jerry can. There was a quarter gallon spilled in the back. It still stinks, but the best part was Michelle saying, "Your old car doesn't smell as bad as this dad!"
    Sincerely,
    6767 (cause for celebration!)
    PS: 204.4 lb

  18. Tower_Of_Power Avatar
    Tower_Of_Power

    Oh, no! I already forgot about the "reply to $kaycog at the top of the page" rule!
    6770…I hope

  19. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Tower,
    Don't worry about it, remember the one rule: there are no rules except to have fun! A single reply level is still manageable. The last 50 got crazy! I'll reply the Hendrix story later. But I like your warm snow alternate universe very very much.
    <img src="http://weirdplanet.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/bikini-skiing-snowboarding-25.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Sincerely,
    6771

  20. Vavon Avatar
    Vavon

    Hello!
    Do all Americans wear Stetsons or all the French berets???
    No! Neither do the Dutch wear wooden shoes (clogs)…
    Only some farmers and sometimes kids wear clogs!!!
    All the others just wear "normal" shoes.
    6772

  21. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Vavon,
    Why should we believe you? After all, all French people eat moldy cheese. I'd argue more but I'm late to Polka practice.
    <img src="http://farm1.static.flickr.com/92/216003503_951020f845.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Sincerely,
    6773

  22. Vavon Avatar
    Vavon

    Hi MZS,
    At first I thought "what a silly reply"
    It took some time for the Polka-pun to sink in!
    Hahahaha!!!!

  23. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    TowerofPower. This does take some getting used to, but we'll get it down pat in no time. Besides that, screwing things up gives me something to giggle about.
    Are you normally a football fan? I used to watch a lot of pro football, but gradually just watched when the Denver Broncos played. This season, they played so badly, that I even stopped watching them. It was heartbreaking at how terrible they played.
    6774

  24. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Hi, Vavon, aka Smarty Pants. Yes, all Americans wear Stetson hats, except two of my guy friends who wear French berets. They usually wear them just to irritate me, because I don't like them. I'm holding up on that email I was going to write today, because they are going to be inundated with them. I'll let you know.
    6776

  25. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    msz, Sr. I don't remember if you told us that Hendrix story or not. When you have time, tell us. Do you eat moldy cheese? I used to, but lost my taste for it.
    One of the Super Bowl snacks we had was refrigerated crescent rolls (each one cut in fourths) and then wrapped around those tiny smoked sausages and baked. I loved them so much and ate so many that I was too full for the lasagna dinner. But I was given a container of it, so that's my dinner tonight.
    6777

  26. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Vavon,
    Skaycog and I aren't kidding. Have you seen her posing with her new van?
    <img src="http://images.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/02/DodgeVanModel.jpg&quot; width="500">Click to embiggenThanks again Phil
    Sincerely,
    6778

  27. Vavon Avatar
    Vavon

    <img src="http://www.fastfancydress.co.uk/templates/imagedirectory/beret%20black.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Dear MZS,
    Ai wozn't keydeeng eizer! (= "I wasn't kidding either" for the non-Frenchies)
    6779

  28. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Everybody,
    I'm a real fan of artistic reinterpretations of The Star Spangled Banner. My favorite is the one by The Dixie Chicks from before another Super Bowl. It's fitting that it's by them, considering all the backlash they faced due to them speaking their minds. Until the US gets more messed-up, that's what you get to do here after all.
    [youtube JMEU4xtSfKg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMEU4xtSfKg youtube]

    1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
      mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      Anyway I realized all that in a Dodge extended van one summer much like the one pictured with Skaycog or her doppleganger I am sure. Back then CDs were very uncommon and I made mix tapes from records, 8-tracks, and cassettes. My boy scout troop was sending the venture scouts out on a trip to Colorado. It ranks up there as one of my favorite two scout trips, probably my favorite with NY second. In any case I made a special mix tape for that trip which I was really excited about.
      I was not a very popular kid, it was very special to get to sit up in the front since you got to chose the music. Kids had music like Poison, not great stuff with the lens of time we have now. So my turn came-up after a long time (that van seated like 13) in some boring flat land with straight roads. Most of the other kids were napping in the back while I played my mix tape and chatted with the scout master driving.

      1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
        mr. mzs zsm msz esq

        This guy was older, very religious, conservative, and did not like rock and roll very much. I had some nice songs on there, like some Czerwone Gitary which he rather liked, so we got off on a good foot right from the bat.
        [youtube q0F7gqit2Y0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0F7gqit2Y0 youtube]

        1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
          mr. mzs zsm msz esq

          My dad had this awesome Jimmy Hendrix bootleg and it had a version of the anthem much like the one from Woodstock. I put it on the mix tape. When it started playing the scout master said, "What's that!?" I answered, "Jimmy Hendrix." I thought he was going to turn it off, like it had offended him, but instead he turned it up.
          [youtube ImuLiDsv3Pk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImuLiDsv3Pk youtube]
          During the song she started crying. I asked if I should stop it, he shook his head. After the song I apologized for the song. I thought he had been upset about a rock version messing with the anthem. Instead he said, "No it's not like that at all. You may not know this, but I had a brother. He died in Vietnam and I miss him very much. He died so that fuck-ups like that could make the music that they do. Mike, I don't usually like rock music, but that song was beautiful. What my brother died fighting for, Mr. Hendrix must have loved that about America as well."
          During that trip I spent a lot of time listening to that scout master's stories. He taught me how to gut, clean, and cook the trout that I caught. I liked that time very much, like I said it ranks right-up there for me as trips like these went. On the way home we stopped at the apartment of an older brother of one of the scouts for the night. Some boys made a mix tape of all the 'best' rock songs back then. We listened to it on the rest of the way home. In the parking lot waiting for my parents to come and get me, one of the sons of that scout master come over and said, "I thought you should have this." And he handed me that mix tape the other boys had made.
          Sincerely,
          6779
          PS: I had trouble making it one big comment sadly.

          1. ZomBee Racer Avatar

            Dude…
            that was captivating as all hell. Awesome.

  29. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Vavon. Yum…….French bread and a bottle of wine. It doesn't get any better than that.
    Do you wear a beret? I don't wear a Stetson.
    <img src="http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/funny-pictures-french-cat-has-a-moustache.jpg"width="500"/&gt;
    6781

    1. Vavon Avatar
      Vavon

      No I don't wear a beret.
      But I'm putting on my nightcap now!
      Good night and sleep well.
      (Fill in number here)

  30. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    zms, pdq. I like certain interpretations of The Star Spangled Banner too. For the most part, the artists do a pretty good job.
    I don't know how we're going to get in touch with BB. He replied to me in OL over the weekend, but I couldn't get to his reply.
    6782

  31. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    That anthem comment was a long one. For some reason I had to break it up as replies to myself. I've seen other people do that here. In OL over the weekend I had success seeing all replies by clicking on the time/date of the first comment in the thread. Maybe that will work for you? i do hope we can get BB to find us all here soon. I will email Racin and Alff about this place now.
    Sincerely,
    6783

  32. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Vavon……Good night and pleasant dreams. Yes, I know, everything,everywhere is confusing.
    6784

  33. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    mr. dmz….Your suggestion for OL didn't work.
    This is the first time I've heard the Hendrix story. I like his interpretation. After all, it's what the music stands for, not the kind of music played.
    So, you can't have wordy comments here? Does it just stop your typing when you've reached the limit? I say few words anyway, so I won't have a problem, I guess.
    6785

  34. Tower_Of_Power Avatar
    Tower_Of_Power

    mzs…
    That was a great story! One of my favorite renditions is by the group Boston (which I'm sure was inspired by Hendrix).
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZtX6aQU2DE
    6786…shoot, when I edited the my numbering the video to youtube broke

  35. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Tower,
    That does rock! Only way to make that better: CAMAROS! Seriously now, it was very good. One of my first 8-tracks was Boston's Boston album, great band. Later I learned that the guitarist was a really sharp guy. I think he went to MIT for a while. He studied physics, astro, and electrical engineering if I recall correctly. Back when he was a kid he did not have enough money for all the rock gear he wanted, so he started making his own. That Boston sound ended-pu being to the pick-ups and amps he made. In fact he sold the amps later. Anyway a cool guy indeed.
    Who needs to wake-up:
    [youtube or8hDNZm26Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or8hDNZm26Y youtube]
    Thanks Irishman!
    Sincerely,
    6787
    PS: Yes certain things get messed-up after editing, also less than and great than, but only sometimes it seems. Also I swear I could not get plus to show-up in the Michelle's homework comment. I figure as long as I don't let H. N. Lucas see I'm scared, then things work better.

  36. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    Dang-nab-it! Last night I replied to a comment of his that we are here. He usually comments on graverobert's NPOCP posts each morning. Maybe you could catch him there tomorrow morning? He had a flickr page, but I can't remember what it was. If we knew we could leave a comment there as well.
    Anyway today I go out for lunch with Aga! It's the new Thai place we found a couple of weeks ago. We had a bad experience at the one we usually went to so I am glad we found a new place to frequent. Also I weighed 204.0 lb this morning. That with the Stratos video, it's a great Tuesday right now. I'm listening to Angus Young guitar solos, now I'm pumped for work!
    Later everybody!
    6788

  37. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    szm, zms, rpm…….Happy Taco Tuesday! I heard from him on 5800 – 5849 this morning that he is going to be super busy until the end of the week and won't have time to comment. I'll wait until then and give him a link here, as we'll probably have different thread by then.
    Glad you found a new Thai place. I had dinner last night at a Japanese restaurant. The yakatori was the best chicken I've ever had in my life! I eat plenty of chicken, but none of it tastes as exquisite as that did. I have never used the word exquisite with chicken ever.
    6789

    1. Buickboy92 Avatar
      Buickboy92

      So is this where everyone has gone to? I thought I'd never find our little group again! and how do you post photos? I can't see to get a hold of it. They just come out too big.
      6791 – It's great to be back among friends!

      1. $kaycog Avatar
        $kaycog

        BuickBoy……Good to see you, young friend! I replied to you with 6791 with how we're trying to do this.

  38. Tower_Of_Power Avatar
    Tower_Of_Power

    mzs…
    Tom Scholz was his name and he was a very bright guy. I think he invented the Rockman brand of musical equipment. If I remember right, he actually performed and recorded the majority of the music himself from the first cd with his own equipment and then built a band around that. I actually saw Boston as it is now a couple of years ago at the Washington County Fair. I just really love their sound.
    6790

    1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
      mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      NEW PLACE LINK!

  39. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Dear Skaycog,
    Have I ever told you I love the internet? It's something originally created with war in mind and then morphed over time by schools, companies, and laboratories into something that I use to make friends around the world. That simple anitwar pro human thought gives me great pleasure. In any case, here's your introduction to Mai from Kyoto Japan, another internet friend:
    http://www.japanfoodaddict.com/chicken/chicken-ya
    I've emailed Mai back and forth and she has used some of my suggestions to make her recipes easier to follow for people not from Japan. I have not made the yakitori recipe, but I will someday. They have something much like this in the Thai place we went to today. But I have another internet pen pal also from Kyoto. Here's a neat fact she told me about, near Kyoto there is a shrine to foxes with many red tori (sp) gates. i went to another shirne to foxes that was a smaller recreation of that. Along the path of the real on though monks sell food, the special food only found here: sparrow on a stick. Sometimes I want to go back there just to try that.
    Anyway I really pigged-out today at lunch. We shared:
    fried soy salad
    coconut milk, chicken, and mushroom soup
    fried red snapper
    red curry with beef
    Am I ever full! Also did you know that a dark chocolate is only like 2g of sugar and 21% of fiber per serving. Yeah I'm a bad bad dieter.
    Sorry,
    6791

  40. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    BuickBoy: It's so good to see you FINALLY! We didn't know how to get a hold of you. You replied to a post of mine in oppositelock over the weekend, but I could never get to your reply to tell you we were over here. The last 50 comments were hilarious, as we were replying at arrows all over the place. msz figured out how to do it. See my original comment from 57 weeks ago near the top of this page? After this post, it should show 59 replies. Reply from that place and address your comment to whoever you are talking to. It's easier to click "Last Activity" above which brings the latest comments to the top. To post images:
    (img.src="put url here"width="500"/) BUT! Where I put parentheses ( ), you put < >. Understand??
    6791

  41. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    zsm, mzs, etc……..Your lunch sounds wonderful! I guess the chicken in the yakitori I had last night is a special chicken, whatever that means. That's why it had so much flavor.
    BuickBoy is here!!!!!!!! Read my comment to him and make sure I told him everything correctly. I don't know how he found us.
    6793

  42. Buickboy92 Avatar
    Buickboy92

    @Skaycog:
    I'm glad I found a way back too, It was very hard to talk to anybody over at Jalopnik. the image posting is still a little weird, but I'll try and get the hang of it.
    (img.src="http://seriouswheels.com/pics-1960-1969/1963-Buick-Riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg"500"/)
    6192/93?

    1. Vavon Avatar
      Vavon

      <img.src="http: seriouswheels.com="" pics-1960-1969="" 1963-buick-riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg"width=500'=""></img.src="http:>
      Hello BB,
      Here is your picture, &gt;img.src="http://seriouswheels.com/pics-1960-1969/1963-Buick-Riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg"width=500"/&lt;
      You just have to invert the first &gt; and the last &lt;
      6196

    2. Vavon Avatar
      Vavon

      <img.src="http: seriouswheels.com="" pics-1960-1969="" 1963-buick-riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg"width="500"></img.src="http:>
      Hi BB
      Here is your picture: &gt;img.src="http://seriouswheels.com/pics-1960-1969/1963-Buick-Riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg"width="500"/&lt;
      You just have to invert the first &gt; and the last &lt; with each other!
      6196

    3. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
      mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      NEW PLACE LINK!

  43. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    BuickBoy…..You typed it wrong. Type:
    (img.src="put url here"width="500"/). The first symbol ( should be replaced with < and the last symbol ) should be replaced with >
    Also, you left out the word width. Do it exactly as I did except substitute the first and last symbols ( and ) with < and >
    This is a good place to practice.
    6195

  44. coupeZ600 Avatar
    coupeZ600

    Hi everyone!
    I heard something happened over at [REDACTED] in the last week or so, but anyway I'm so glad to see you all. I haven't been over there in nearly a year since Ray took my star for "… being an inactive commenter, and promoting silly comments…." Well, I don't miss much about that place except this thing, and I'm just guessing you brought the numbers with you.
    6796

    1. Vavon Avatar
      Vavon

      Hello there Mister little Honda!
      6797

      1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
        mr. mzs zsm msz esq

        NEW PLACE LINK!

    2. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
      mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      NEW PLACE LINK!

  45. $kaycog Avatar
    $kaycog

    Hi, coupeZ600! It's so good to see you again after such a long time! Yes, we brought our numbers with us. msz set this up, and we're learning how to best do it. The last 50 comments had me laughing so hard, as nobody but him knew what was going on. We change places every 50 comments to make it easier.
    I hope everything is good in your life! Please join us here for silliness.
    6797

  46. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Everybody,
    Welcome back, I'm so excited! I'll be back with a new comment to use for the next 50 in a jiffy.
    Dear 600,
    I remember that sad moment. Remember, no other EIC in gawkerdom but Maurice had a bobble head made of himself.
    Dear BB,
    I'm so glad you found us! Don't worry you'll l;earn how to post images and what not soon enough.
    <img src="http://seriouswheels.com/pics-1960-1969/1963-Buick-Riviera-bl-fa-wt-le.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Dear Vavon,
    Wow I'm impressed that still parsed!
    <img src="http://www.autoplusonline.nl/images/stories/auto-plus-nieuws/persberichten_2010/september_2010/29_september/Peugeot-Experience.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Dear Tower,
    Even more impressed now with Tom Scholz. You should make that snow fort if it gets warmer soon.
    Sincerely,
    6799 (or there about)

  47. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Everybody,
    NEW PLACE LINK! Let's all surprise coupeZ600 and reply to the Volvo with the snowy roof post for the next 50!
    Sincerely,
    6800 (It's like nothing changed!)

  48. waltgator Avatar

    awesome! love those ford gt's! soon! she will be mine!

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