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  1. I dont care where stapler is from or if hes ever done anythinng; hes either a Troll looking for fresh meat or a retard for asking the question in the first place. Dont feed the trolls...
  2. Id love to help out however i can Mr Madman! heres a link to my Flickr page for a slight bit of what i dig doing... http://www.flickr.com/photos/wouldpkr/
  3. http://www.flickr.com/groups/travisconnor/
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=482017&in_page_id=1770 World rally star Colin McRae and his young son were feared dead after his helicopter crashed and exploded near his Scottish home. The 39-year-old driver was thought to be at the controls of the French-built Squirrel helicopter with his son Johnny, five, as a passenger when it crashed a mile from the family farm in Lanarkshire just after 4pm. Police confirmed that at least one person had died but said the helicopter was so badly damaged by fire that they were not immediately able to confirm how many people were on board. The ambulance service said they had not been asked to attend to any casualties and had been asked to stand down soon after the crash. Sources close to the family said they believed Colin and his son had both died. McRae, the 1995 world rally champion who became known to millions after lending his name to a top-selling series of computer games, is a qualified pilot and regularly flew the helicopter from his home, Jerviswood Farm, just outside the town of Lanark. It is believed he was on his way to Glasgow when the helicopter came down. Mr McRae is married to Alison and is also father to eight-year-old Hollie. It is understood Mrs McRae – his childhood sweetheart and co-driver in the early days of his career – was away horse-riding at the time of the tragedy and only learned of the news when she returned home at 6.30pm.
  5. Story i googled upon and it instantly reminded me of reading Kbars storys... http://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?1,1424960,nodelay=1 Exerpt: I ride freight trains in the belief that I can trust myself, that I deserve to be trusted even to be a reckless fool if circumstances so turn out--and, after all, if I am dead as a result of my own folly, I am no worse off than if I died safely and soberly. The most cogent thing that can be said against train-hopping is that it is the unauthorized borrowing of others' property--that of corporations, not fellow citizens who would be inconvenienced. I am a microbe hitching a ride on an elephant's trunk! Besides, so many of my proudest deeds have been unauthorized by somebody that I now subscribe to an aphorism by Georg Lukács: Breaking a law is approximately as weighty a matter as missing a train. And when the train throbs and hisses on the track, I'm not going to miss it, not unless some other law begs me for violation! All the same, I am proud to say that I have always followed the advice of an old black hobo I once met in Roseville: Never steal anything but a ride. William T. Vollmann If ya have about a half hour or so its worth the read.
  6. dude... 16-18 is most likely the average age. I didnt loose mine till i was 23! So there is no right or wrong time afaik, as long as it feels like the right time for you. Who the hell cares if your gay or not...
  7. True true... To keep it topical; Today i found one of the DeKalb,Il. jungles. This one is near the coaling tower, been going over there for years now and i never stumbled upon it till today. Its pretty big, pretty messy and seems kids have probobly hung out there more than anyone. I think im gonna go all Kbar on its ass and clean it up just for the fun of it over the next few weeks... Maybe throw myself a little birthday party there if i can get it cleaned up in time...
  8. Nice Haunter there, i caught a few on my last trip to the local-ish yard... http://www.flickr.com/photos/wouldpkr/
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