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Old 08-26-2013, 11:31 AM   #16331
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Incredibly, there are quite a few liberals who believe this. In fact, every liberal who has commented on the page believes it.

The owner of the page actually argues with himself occasionally. It's ****ing hilarious.
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Maybe they don't wanna scratch their bed. Sacrilege in the truck world...
What? Blasphemy!! Truck beds are meant to be abused. They're for carrying heavy **** with hard protrusions!
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Old 08-26-2013, 01:27 PM   #16334
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Yeah, that. Me and my wife were waiting to go in to dinner and they rolled up. Tried not to attract attention while taking a picture. I just don't understand people who who buy a truck with half a bed and then not use it. As has been stated in this thread already, Tacoma's are useless. You want four doors? Buy a real truck.
Pretty simple... you don't want to be laying the bikes on top of one another or one top of their gears. If I'm taking one bike someplace, I'll sometimes throw it in the bed and make sure it's not resting on the derailers or brakes. If you're hauling two, that's impossible to do.
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Pretty simple... you don't want to be laying the bikes on top of one another or one top of their gears. If I'm taking one bike someplace, I'll sometimes throw it in the bed and make sure it's not resting on the derailers or brakes. If you're hauling two, that's impossible to do.
I put a sheet of cardboard between bikes for this reason. Works good as long as it stays dry.
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I was attempting a panorama shot with my new iPhone, at our local park.
Oh man, if its anything like my camera, have fun. If there's even a slight change of direction, the picture stops and doesn't even save it at all. Same goes for if you move the camera to fast.
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On my way home from work today I saw a bi-plane crop dusting soybeans. It was cool. I kept thinking it would be fun to fly in that plane but I'd probably wet my pants in fear. He took some sharp turns and wasn't much above the plants as he dropped the chemicals.
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On my way home from work today I saw a bi-plane crop dusting soybeans. It was cool. I kept thinking it would be fun to fly in that plane but I'd probably wet my pants in fear. He took some sharp turns and wasn't much above the plants as he dropped the chemicals.
Ive been seeing crop dusters in my area lately. The one Ive seen isnt a bi-plane but a low wing monoplane. One day on the way home I saw a bright yellow plane cross the highway about a half mile ahead of me very low, then lost sight of him behind the trees. I actually thought I just saw a plane in its last few seconds of flight and expceted to see smoke soon. But soon realized it was a crop duster. Strange thing is, Ive lived in this area for 29 years and that was the first time Ive ever seen one here.

I immediately had a thought the pilot was Randy Quaid from Independence Day and he was wearing headphones and listening to Magic Carpet Ride and making machine gun sounds as he nosed down to make another pass...lol!
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