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Yesterday 08:41 PM
Serg5000
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Originally Posted by RKCWLER View Post
I will be out in Apple Valley tomorrow morning doing some business. Anybody want to make a Cleghorn run or something like that after 2 o'clock?
Hopefully you find someone to roll out with. I have to work.
Yesterday 08:22 PM
RKCWLER I will be out in Apple Valley tomorrow morning doing some business. Anybody want to make a Cleghorn run or something like that after 2 o'clock?
Yesterday 02:59 PM
XJ_Phil One of my few surviving friends from high school told me way back then that one of the primary objectives in life was to make memories, so we will have something to share when we are too old to make any new ones. Trust me when I say that I took his advice to heart, and have made enough memories for at least a half a dozen normal people.
Yesterday 02:17 PM
Serg5000 Bob I learned that making the best of this life is most important after talking with my father Inlaw whom just past of cancer. He told us not to get hung on the small stuff like work or bills. Focus on family. Make as many memories as possible. His biggest regret was not spending more time with grand kids.
Yesterday 10:05 AM
jeff_in_rc Gunner, our thoughts and prayers are with you my friend!
Yesterday 09:19 AM
Ditchdoc Looks nice but expensive stone grinders. But I'm cheap.
Yesterday 02:37 AM
Dougzin
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Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
They seem to be functional but I personally like the Trail Ready's better.
Yesterday 12:33 AM
aw12345 Not a bad looking wheel Gunner, personally I like Racelines, very beefy wheels
10-22-2014 11:27 PM
Gunner What do you guys know about these wheels.
Machined Truck Beadlock Off-road Jeep Wheel | Method Race Wheels
10-22-2014 11:23 PM
Gunner Hi Guys.
Still here in Hemet spending time with mom. I have been following along and just lurking. Mainly because i am pretty deep in thought a lot. This experience has taught me some important things. The biggest is that when it is all said and done what you have left is your memories and having those you love around you. We are spending our time reliving old road trips and funny experiences. I don't care that my mom was a liberal and that I am just a bit to the right of Atilla the Hun. Not that voting isn't important because it is such a special right we have here in the states. Our memories are making us have a magic time.. I am saying that we need to go make special times with the ones you really love and treasure them. You never know when they will be all you have left of them or them of you. Life is so fragile. I am really going to pour myself into my kids and grandkids when this is over. I have so much to do in a short time. I have a lot to make up for. I will be wheeling and maybe some camping. We will see what happens. I want to really reconnect with friends and family. I guess that my time as a gloomy gus is over. Mom is getting anything she wants to eat. So dinner was a big bowl of Blue Bunny Ice Cream with chocolate sauce. She refused to eat hospital food. The doc said anything was better than nothing. So she gets ensure, some Corned beef hash with egg for breakfast. Popeyes chicken and meat lovers pizza. She may actually have put on a pound or two. But she is getting weaker. If your praying people I could use some this way for my little mommy.
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10-22-2014 10:05 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
Freedom of speech has become freedom from speech.
Most times Dad says what he wants, he just got set straight for this event. It was funny, he thought so too
10-22-2014 08:36 PM
Ditchdoc
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Originally Posted by Lab Lover View Post
My Mom's class reunion was a couple weeks ago, my Dad got drug along as he hates those type of functions. She graduated in San Jose. I asked him if he was excited about going, knowing I'd get some sarcastic, crap answer, lol. He said, "Not really, I got told I can't talk guns, hunting or politics, only fishing and the weather I sure wish I hadn't quit drinking just for nights like this" Haha, he looked so sad it was hysterical!
Freedom of speech has become freedom from speech.
10-22-2014 08:35 PM
Ditchdoc Not quite. Let's change this up and say 3 politicians. One says I'm closing johnson valley to jeeps. One says I'm not closing johnson one says I'm not only going to not close johnson valley but it be a place of anarchy. Now let's say tree huggers make up 45% of the vote and vote to close JV and 40% vote to keep it open then there is me saying I want anarchy and won't vote any other way and I make up 15% of the vote.
Come Election Day we all voted what our hearts told us and you and me are out of JV. Now would it not be better if I compromised and said well maybe anarchy is not the way to go. Combine your 40% and my 15% and keep JV open? That's what I'm saying.
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10-22-2014 07:10 PM
ELMOSYJ How the hell is everyone doing
10-22-2014 07:01 PM
WOKNROX
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
Good thing I'm a true libertarian which means I would die for your right to disagree with me. As far as doing right Americans don't have the guts to do what is right anymore. Last time Americans had that was the battle of Athens. Some may argue the Oklahoma City I don't agree with that.
The way I'm reading you...or at least the things you've said here today. You "would" stand up for my/others rights but only "if" it works out in your favor.
As for America's and having guts to do the right thing...I feel most people intend to do the right thing it's just that today's society and socialism gets in the way making it easier for people to just go with the flow. I also feel that that's why most "regular" people in this state don't vote.
But just to clarify these are only my options and mental to be taken as such.
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10-22-2014 06:42 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by XJ_Phil View Post
So when do Bill and Hillary move back in? LOL
Won't that be "Hillary and Bill?" Lol
10-22-2014 05:53 PM
XJ_Phil So when do Bill and Hillary move back in? LOL
10-22-2014 05:30 PM
Ditchdoc
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Originally Posted by WOKNROX View Post
Yeah but I didn't loose my values and what I feel is the right thing to do. I guess that's why my dad always said to never talk politics with others.
Good thing I'm a true libertarian which means I would die for your right to disagree with me. As far as doing right Americans don't have the guts to do what is right anymore. Last time Americans had that was the battle of Athens. Some may argue the Oklahoma City I don't agree with that.
10-22-2014 04:16 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by WOKNROX View Post
Yeah but I didn't loose my values and what I feel is the right thing to do. I guess that's why my dad always said to never talk politics with others.
My Mom's class reunion was a couple weeks ago, my Dad got drug along as he hates those type of functions. She graduated in San Jose. I asked him if he was excited about going, knowing I'd get some sarcastic, crap answer, lol.

He said, "Not really, I got told I can't talk guns, hunting or politics, only fishing and the weather I sure wish I hadn't quit drinking just for nights like this" Haha, he looked so sad it was hysterical!
10-22-2014 04:12 PM
WOKNROX
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People vote their heart and lose.
Yeah but I didn't loose my values and what I feel is the right thing to do. I guess that's why my dad always said to never talk politics with others.
10-22-2014 03:54 PM
Ditchdoc Well ginger may just go on the stands. This morning I ran over a bucket of nails and now both driver side tires are flat. So plugs it is and if that don't work on I'm ripping stuff up.
10-22-2014 02:49 PM
Ditchdoc Ross Perot is a good example he was ushered by none other than George Sorros. Part of his ending the Reagan legacy.
10-22-2014 02:25 PM
suicideking
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Originally Posted by WOKNROX View Post
Rick I was there for the Ross Perot campaign. ..he had the eye and the vote of society but he keeper backing out and then getting back on board with his campaign. I for 1 liked what he had to say...heck he running Mattel which I had a lot of stock in and still do.
I and probably a lot of other Americans just couldn't stand behind him because of his uncertainty.
I remember watching a live news cast the second time he decided to stop running. They showed a supporter sitting at a table outside of a super market. They went up to the supporter and informed him that he pulled out of the race AGAIN. The poor guy was pretty upset.
10-22-2014 02:11 PM
Ditchdoc In fact if you follow the money where there is a tight run between d and r. Democrat party will donate money to the libertarian candidate to move votes away from the republican. People vote their heart and lose.
10-22-2014 01:57 PM
Ditchdoc
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Originally Posted by WOKNROX View Post
I'm sorry but this is BS... I vote for what I believe in and only for what I believe in. I don't care if it has a crap chance of winning or not. As an American and a human being you have to have some sort of values...right? But what do I know I don't let society pick my path or tell me what to do. I think for myself.
My heart is with you. For instance there are 4 voters 3 candidates two candidates have similar values one differs from the other two. If society divides left and right and the vote divided more on the right then the left wins. Even if my values are compromised some will be enacted on. If I vote with my heart and values alone neither will see the light of day
10-22-2014 01:51 PM
WOKNROX
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They're not really there to win, more to make a statement. The only one I can recall that had a decent following (but still not enough to have a chance) was Ross Perot back in the 90's.
Rick I was there for the Ross Perot campaign. ..he had the eye and the vote of society but he keeper backing out and then getting back on board with his campaign. I for 1 liked what he had to say...heck he running Mattel which I had a lot of stock in and still do.
I and probably a lot of other Americans just couldn't stand behind him because of his uncertainty.
10-22-2014 01:42 PM
WOKNROX
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
That's why I only vote for them if there is a chance to win. Otherwise my vote needs to count not make statements. I might as well be voting for the socialist Democratic Party if I voted for the libertarianism there is no chance of winning. Sad but it's the truth.
I'm sorry but this is BS... I vote for what I believe in and only for what I believe in. I don't care if it has a crap chance of winning or not. As an American and a human being you have to have some sort of values...right?
But what do I know I don't let society pick my path or tell me what to do. I think for myself.
10-22-2014 01:15 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by XJ_Phil View Post

Lisa: I defer to your having done that very research.......without having done so myself (unless persuaded otherwise, by sound reasoning), I have pretty much decided to vote "NO" on everything. Do you conquer?
So far, but honestly I haven't gotten very far in my research. I was in Big Bear playing for a long weekend.....Priorities you know, haha. Most of the measures I've looked into have been local ones and they are crap same with some local canidates. I only hope the good ones get elected, but we do have some whackado people living here.
10-22-2014 01:02 PM
XJ_Phil
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Originally Posted by Lab Lover View Post
I've made it my goal to research 3 props. Each week to get my ballot filled out. I hate having to do last minute research and not being 100% sure of what they really are. I love mail in voting


Lisa: I defer to your having done that very research.......without having done so myself (unless persuaded otherwise, by sound reasoning), I have pretty much decided to vote "NO" on everything. Do you conquer?
10-22-2014 12:57 PM
Lab Lover I've made it my goal to research 3 props. Each week to get my ballot filled out. I hate having to do last minute research and not being 100% sure of what they really are. I love mail in voting
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