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08-03-2004 07:05 AM
Beenaway2long I'm glad you guys like it!

Night- That Walmart toolbox cracked me up !

I give everyone free reign to copy/post/distribute. Anything to help out the up and coming kids. There's alot more to master than when I was in school. And the future isn't as bright, UNLESS they grab the extra tools that we didn't!
08-02-2004 11:19 PM
53LEDSLED kinda funny, 2 years ago i all i did is go to school and go out with my friends, now im into my project so much that i bearly go out and i cant even concentrate in school. i think its more of an addiction than a hobby
08-02-2004 10:17 PM
sway Or try to lift it with a lot of tools in it .lol
08-02-2004 10:04 PM
coldknock
Quote:
Originally posted by Nightfire
I'm a wal-mart toolbox should I be worried?

Mike
Nah, Just don't stress the hinges too much and you'll be ok.
08-02-2004 09:56 PM
Nightfire I'm a wal-mart toolbox should I be worried?

Mike
08-02-2004 09:55 PM
sway Kool ill drink to that.
08-02-2004 09:50 PM
coldknock That was an awesome post man. I seem to be missing a few items from my toolbox.

Anybody seen my 1/2 to 3/8 adapter and 1/4" ratchet?

Larry
08-02-2004 08:55 PM
71 c-10
Quote:
Originally posted by goose
sure you're only 17? makes perfect sence to me
thanks, yup im only 17.. says right here on my drivers license
08-02-2004 07:14 PM
flyfisher That is brilliant. If the gearheads don't get it who will?

That would make me a rusting toolbox.
08-02-2004 07:01 PM
75chevyman You know even though I am 31 that was still inspiring as hell to me. I never dropped out of school when I was younger, but I thought about it alot. I am glad I didn't because I was the first guy on my dad's side of the family to graduate from high school and then to go on to college. It was a proud day fro my family to see that happen and made me proud as well. I am even in the middle of going back to school because I am changing careers.

I will definitely show that to my son. He is only 11 now, but something like that does not hurt to be shown to them no matter what age they are if they are old enough to understand it that is.
08-02-2004 03:12 PM
goody2shoes
Quote:
Originally posted by bullheimer
YOU'RE a tool box!
No I think he is just a tool, much like you. Just kidding
08-02-2004 01:58 PM
goose
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Originally posted by 71 c-10
im listening i know it seems that my/your parents are just being mean, and to all you other kids my age also, but they have been there done that, ya they may not know exactly how things go for our generation but the basic rule is still the same, the more education you get the better off you will be, it took me a while to realize that but when i did was it sure was a wake up call. Also having the vast age range on this board helps with all aspects, you have people you respect telling you pretty much the same thing your parents are telling you but ypu listen better because you respect them. I duno if any of that made any sense but i know what im tryn to say i duno if it came out comprehensible to the others...
sure you're only 17? makes perfect sence to me
08-02-2004 01:11 PM
71 c-10 I'll toast to that *clink* mugs of root beer of course
08-02-2004 12:59 PM
Beenaway2long Awwwww gorshhhhhhh (Like Pluto says) Yer gonna make me blush,fellas!

I just want these guys to benefit from our experience. These up and coming hot rodders are a sharp bunch. Some may read and ignore, but at least their forewarned! Then ONE day, they'll say "that ole geriatric pain in the butt was right!" as their pushing me in my Flamed out wheelchair in the nursing home !

The ones that listened will be thanking me from Hawaii or Cancun (I hope) !
08-02-2004 12:45 PM
71 c-10 im listening i know it seems that my/your parents are just being mean, and to all you other kids my age also, but they have been there done that, ya they may not know exactly how things go for our generation but the basic rule is still the same, the more education you get the better off you will be, it took me a while to realize that but when i did was it sure was a wake up call. Also having the vast age range on this board helps with all aspects, you have people you respect telling you pretty much the same thing your parents are telling you but ypu listen better because you respect them. I duno if any of that made any sense but i know what im tryn to say i duno if it came out comprehensible to the others...
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