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Old 05-09-2013, 04:54 AM   #2441
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How is it people go through their lives doing what is wrong? I mean in a sense that people tell them its wrong, they are hurting other people by doing it, and they still continue to do it wrong. I see this on a daily basis with family and coworkers, today there was at least a dozen examples witnessed by my eyes. I might sound anal or conceited, and right and wrong can be grey areas, but when people continually do wrong for whatever reason they try to justify it with, it just really irks me. Rant over, I feel better.
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I vote for a Ford and a Ford.



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I vote for a Ford and a Ford.
Had a truck just like that, except two tone gray. It's the one I traded for the Honda civic and been kicking myself for ever since.
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I started to go through a 72hr kit my parents have to me 4-5 years ago and came across these MREs. What's the life on these things? Are they still viable or are they now garbage. Most of the other stuff with expiration dates on them expired in 2010 but these don't have any. Also there are individual peanut butter packages that I'm also wondering about.
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I started to go through a 72hr kit my parents have to me 4-5 years ago and came across these MREs. What's the life on these things? Are they still viable or are they now garbage. Most of the other stuff with expiration dates on them expired in 2010 but these don't have any. Also there are individual peanut butter packages that I'm also wondering about.
Bon appetiete !
Enjoy them or not, they are good for atleast 7 years if stored at 70 degrees. Or so I've read.
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Bon appetiete !
Enjoy them or not, they are good for atleast 7 years if stored at 70 degrees. Or so I've read.
I'll probably eat them now and replace them anyway, I just didn't want to throw them away. Thanks man!
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I vote for a Ford and a Ford.
But you're an engineer....
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oooooooooooooooohhhhhhh............. burn......
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But you're an engineer....
Hey, you gotta admit, those old Fords were good trucks. That's why you still see so many of them on the road.

Plus, by grandpa has an old Ford tractor from the 1960s, and it's still being used for a lot of work.

He also has an 1987 f150. It needs a little work, but still runs pretty good.

I will admit though that the jackass who decided to make the spark plugs on the later f150s (1999) so hard to get to needs to be flogged.

You have to basically take off part of the top of the engine to get to them.
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