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02-06-2007 11:03 AM
Unlimited
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Originally Posted by lilredwrangler View Post
After I posted my request, I saw you mugs in the for sale forum...VERY nice.
I have to save my money right now, I pulled the dumbest trick with my Jeep today..
It was a nice day, so I thought I'll just take the top off..
I've never had it off, so Off it came, after I dropped it, and finished picking up all the glass from the shattered rear window, I thought better of this idea.
The glass shop here in town want $399 for that little oops..
Maybe I'll go to the wanted forum, and see if anyone has one sitting around...DOH!
I hope my next Jeep adventure is more fun..
Check with your insurance company. your "accident" might be covered under you Comp insurance.
02-06-2007 10:40 AM
tiny terror
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Originally Posted by lilredwrangler View Post
After I posted my request, I saw you mugs in the for sale forum...VERY nice.
I have to save my money right now, I pulled the dumbest trick with my Jeep today..
It was a nice day, so I thought I'll just take the top off..
I've never had it off, so Off it came, after I dropped it, and finished picking up all the glass from the shattered rear window, I thought better of this idea.
The glass shop here in town want $399 for that little oops..
Maybe I'll go to the wanted forum, and see if anyone has one sitting around...DOH!
I hope my next Jeep adventure is more fun..

That sucks. Hard top huh?
02-06-2007 12:42 AM
RedRubiTJ I'm up for anything on any of the weekends. Preferably not too far south or east. I usually hit CNF between the 91/74 and 15/5. I'm still trying to iron out some of the stuff before the Rubi goes big (ie last weekend one of my locker pump brackets sliced my OBA line).

-Chuck
02-06-2007 12:24 AM
lilredwrangler After I posted my request, I saw you mugs in the for sale forum...VERY nice.
I have to save my money right now, I pulled the dumbest trick with my Jeep today..
It was a nice day, so I thought I'll just take the top off..
I've never had it off, so Off it came, after I dropped it, and finished picking up all the glass from the shattered rear window, I thought better of this idea.
The glass shop here in town want $399 for that little oops..
Maybe I'll go to the wanted forum, and see if anyone has one sitting around...DOH!
I hope my next Jeep adventure is more fun..
02-04-2007 03:43 PM
tiny terror Actually, I stamp jeeps into them, and I can make the mug red.
02-04-2007 03:40 PM
lilredwrangler I need a giant coffee mug...
Cant you paint a little red jeep on it before you fire it?
Maybe some flames?
01-24-2007 01:29 PM
tiny terror Cool! It'll be nice to have more than just two. And no, I don't mind being called Tiny, though it would be more comical if I were tall or big or something.

I'm looking at an Old Man Emu lift, not too high, since I don't want to have to worry about the laundry list of other things that are required just yet. I'm saving right now for it. I'd like to have the cash in total and not use credit.
01-24-2007 11:00 AM
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ith (I'm really making sure I have help when I buy my lift kit )
Tiny, (I hope you don't mind me calling you that...) When you are ready to do your lift, I'll help you with it. I'll bring along a friend of mine that helped me do mine. The three of us can get it done in a few hours. Do you know what lift you want yet?

I'm pretty sure I'll be able to go on Sunday morning. I just have one more thing to get off my calendar. I'll let you know on Saturday.
01-23-2007 10:41 PM
tiny terror Well, that's a bit large. The coffee with never stay warm long enough. I make a two cup mug.



Man, I am horrible at causing Off-topicictus...... anyways......

This sunday, the 28th, we will be venturing out. Anyone is welcome to join. Right now it's Palomar Mountian, but it could change depending on who comes. There's two of us, possible three. If you guys can, I'd love to gather a group for runs now and again.
01-23-2007 10:37 PM
iamagolfspaz I will take a 7 cup mug. Thats about what i drink every morning.
01-23-2007 10:26 PM
tiny terror Hahahaha, deal. I'm making giant coffee mugs right now.
01-23-2007 10:25 PM
iamagolfspaz When you start to sell,i want first dibs.
01-23-2007 10:22 PM
tiny terror No place quite yet. I'm in the process of reopening my business. But, you'll be seeing some special pieces here on the forum in the next week or so I'm thinking.

I'm hoping to have a couple of places here in Temecula sell my stuff soon, and I'll looking for a restaurant in LA that will use my work.
01-23-2007 10:18 PM
iamagolfspaz And where may i purchase your wares?
01-23-2007 10:11 PM
tiny terror I can do that, no problem, but I'm a potter. I make pottery. Full time now that I'm not allowed to fight anymore.
01-23-2007 10:07 PM
iamagolfspaz So what do you use the Kiln for? Getting rid of the bodies? LOL
01-23-2007 10:04 PM
tiny terror But I have a total of 550 gallons. Haven't fired up the tub this winter at all. Just haven't felt like it.
01-23-2007 09:58 PM
iamagolfspaz It costs me 21 bucks to fill my 30 lb. I have 2 and i fill them up every 2 weeks or so in the winter.
01-23-2007 09:55 PM
tiny terror You do and I'll beat the hell out of you. Those things aren't cheap to fill and my kiln uses up about 10%.
01-23-2007 09:51 PM
iamagolfspaz Well now i know where i can go to fill my 30,s up.
01-23-2007 09:49 PM
tiny terror um.... I have a 150 I think... plus a 250 for the house, and another 150 on the other side of the yard.
01-23-2007 09:48 PM
iamagolfspaz Do you use 30 lb tanks?
01-23-2007 09:32 PM
tiny terror Hahahaha, that sounds like a great idea. Too bad I need all the propane in the tank to fire my kiln this week.
01-23-2007 09:26 PM
iamagolfspaz Be right back...Gotta go soak these old bones in the HotTub.
01-23-2007 09:23 PM
iamagolfspaz Gotta go with the booger kind. Has better stretch.
01-23-2007 09:16 PM
tiny terror Elmers? Or the booger kind.... rubber cement?
01-23-2007 09:11 PM
iamagolfspaz Glue.We need lots of Glue
01-23-2007 09:07 PM
tiny terror I have a chainsaw... to take the tires off of course....
01-23-2007 09:04 PM
iamagolfspaz I have a half full box of nails that might be usefull.
01-23-2007 09:00 PM
tiny terror I have all the tools. I just need a hammer right?? A sledge? Some duct tape? A little spit and a paperclip?
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