License to kill gophers by the government of the United Nations. Man, free to kill gophers at will. To kill, you must know your enemy, and in this case my enemy is a varmint. And a varmint will never quit - ever. They're like the Viet Cong - Varmint Cong. So you have to fall back on superior intelligence and superior firepower. And that's all she wrote.
I have a strange variety, from AC/DC, Pink, Cold Chisel, Aussie Crawl, Supertramp, Gaga, Prince, BIP, ZZTop, icehouse, U2, Eminem, Timberlake, Michael Jackson. U name it if it has a good beat I will give it a Go.
Nothing like Land Down Under belting out with the top down LMAO
on my ipod I have A LOT of Van Halen, AC/DC, Rush, Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Sammy Hagar (w/VH & w/out), Eagles, Eric Clapton, Poison, Queen, Styx, White Snake, White Lion. Right now my favorite songs seem to be Highway to Hell (my theme song--literally the middle of my name--Hell--Shelly--) Take it Easy, & anything Van Halen.
__________________ If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. Will Rogers
Toadies are a great band! I saw them in Boulder or Red Rocks a long time ago.
What about Silver Chair and Seven Mary Three - what ever happened to those bands, they were awesome also.
My 9 year old is listening to Bush, Sponge and Foo Fighters right now - I'm a proud dad.
I like Silver Chair and 7-Mary three too. Alice in Chains, Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, Foo Fighters, Audioslave, Velvet Revolver, Filter, loads of Grunge acts I didn't mention. Bush was ok but didn't get into them like everyone else.
Brings back memories I was a teenager in the 90's so I grew up listening to Grunge. Loads of great bands from that timespan.
I have no idea what happened to them. They just kinda disappeared huh?
...nothing else than 1970s and early 1980s Funk'n'Soul...
Gloria Scott, Detroit Spinners, Isaac Hayes, Trammps, Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Dayton, High Fashion, Dramatics, Archie Bell, Change, Keni Burke, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, Peruaders, Finger Pointers, Leon Ware etc.
Love that stuff and cannot listen to German standard FM. Wished I would have access in my Jeep to internet radio...Airplayradio Manhattan, AVRO Old School, Radioio Classic RnB...
__________________ Jeep Wrangler JK 3.8 Unlimited Rubicon, 3.5" RE Superflex, AEV Snorkel, AEV Front Bumper, Bestop Rear Bumper, Teraflex Hinged Tire Carrier, Duallys, Warn 9.5 ti Winch, Frontrunner Cargo Slide, 2xARB Diff Covers, Cooper Discoverer STT 35x12.5x17 and Mud Hogs 35x12.5x17...and 2015 Grand Cherokee WKII Diesel Summit
x2 on the Jason Ellis show. That guy Rocks. RB-10rubicon... If you haven't seen them already I can definately suggest going to see LOG live. I also went to 5FDP show but Burbon Street got me so cant tell much about them
Ive seen LOG 3 times And 5 finger three times one on the same bill
I listen to the only rock station in NYC (which is near where I live) but i like Foo FIghter,s Mumford and Sons, Black Keys, Nirvana stuff like that...also listen to ESPN radio and conservative talk shows
Drive it like you rented it, not like you stole it. Cus if you stole it, you'd be driving 5 mph below the speed limit and using your turn signals.
I used to have a BB but now have an android. If you go into the app world or crackberry there are apps you can download to give you access to all sorts of radio stations (-: check it out. You might find what your looking for.
Is it a bad thing that i'm a Hummer and own a Jeep?
There are very few vehicles that can be defined as "made for offroad". Unfortunately, the Wrangler can definitely be defined as "made for offroad" by its inability to handle well on road