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KaBar Slacker Pics

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by KaBar, Apr 24, 2002.

  1. KaBar

    KaBar 12oz Senior Member

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    KaBar Slacker Pics

    Discussion started by KaBar - Apr 24, 2002

    On Monday,Southern and I went down to a couple of the jungles I frequent to get some video of trains and eat lunch. He shot some digital stills and I thought you guys might like to know what the Old Man looks like. It was hot as hell, the skeeters were attacking in full force and we were dousing ourselves in Deep Woods Off and building up the fire to run the hungry little bastards off. Lunch was good--macaroni, cheese and Spam, topped off with a little paisano. Then we went down to T&NO Junction and I showed him where the first hobo jungle I ever saw used to be and shot some more video of a BNSF consist heading to Galveston out of the New South Yards. It was a really outstanding day.

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  2. railroadjerk

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    railroadjerk - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    here you go

    http://freephoto-i.net/users/southern/kabar1.jpg'>

    [img]http://freephoto-i.net/users/southern/kabar2.jpg'>

    the jungles around here are always in shambles.
     
  3. T.T Boy

    T.T Boy Dirty Dozen Crew

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    T.T Boy - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    did you used to come nto my work and buy exprt a green?
     
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  4. socks

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    socks - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    spam huh.
     
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  5. blood as ink

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    blood as ink - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    i want macaroni and cheese...well minus the spam.

    you remind me of my friends grandpa...he used to work on trains actully...a bit different but close enough...weird eh?
     
  6. NATO

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    NATO - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    nice to see some of this hobo culture ive been reading about in your posts. appreciated.
     
  7. Big Bruno

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    Big Bruno - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    wheres your SP cap KaBar?
     
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  8. Southern kid

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    Southern kid - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    kabar is the real deal. he knows so much information it's insane. great mulligan stew too. ;) haha
     
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    Fox Mulder - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    nothing like what i expected.
     
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  10. Big Bruno

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    Big Bruno - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    exactly like what i expected, although not from the way he talks.
     
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  11. cmeup

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    cmeup - Replied Apr 24, 2002

    kabar-

    if you kill southernkido, im gonna come get you! :D HAAHAHAHAAA

    naw man, thats real cool what you did... showing ole dude tha ropes... thanks for sharing all your tales and info in trainspotting to... much appreciated :D

    teaser;)
     
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    TEE_rase_war - Replied Apr 25, 2002

    yeah ... thanks for the great posts/advice/insight to pretty much everybodys questions...:king:

    MORE FLICKS!!!
     
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  13. KaBar

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    KaBar - Replied Apr 25, 2002

    Well, I sort of debated with myself for a while about whether or not it was the height of self-centeredness to publish photographs of myself on 12 oz. But I thought maybe putting up an image would lend some visual backbone to all my yammering about trains, tramp culture, etc., etc. I really regret not taking more pictures of stuff when I was younger. Back then, I felt that I was there to live life, not to record it. I didn't really consider that eventually the moment would pass, and that someday I would want to be able to reflect upon it, and to show it to people and to be able to prove up on some of my stories.
    So my advice to you young bloods is to go ahead and take a lot of pictures. It's true, a lot of them will be spoiled and out-of-focus, but some will become icons.
    My Dad has a picture of me, taken when I was in the Marines in 1977, hanging in his kitchen. I was laying up on top of a six-by truck on top of a load of 155mm artillery shells in wooden ammunition crates. It was about dawn, and we had been moving all night in a military convoy up the Delta Corridor, and watching artillery strikes out in the Area light up the mountains. I was dead fucking tired, and pretty much hating Marine Corps life. My Dad is so proud of that picture. He says it shows character. All I see is a dead-ass-tired Marine who wants breakfast and some sleep. But he sees his son, serving honorably.
    Southern and I had a lot of fun. Too bad we didn't think to get a shot of lunch cooking. And, hey, I like Spam, LOL. At least, I like the kind that comes in cans!
    BTW--look closely at that black and white shot, at the dog chain. If you look close, you can see the "z-hook" sitting in a chain link, where we took the gunboat off the fire.
     
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    Secs Oner - Replied Apr 25, 2002

    if you have grandchildren... they must love the hell out of you.


    i always wanted a grandfather with millions of stories tucked away in his brain...
     
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    mental invalid - Replied Apr 25, 2002

    perfect....
     
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