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Koryn
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Damon Banner wrote:
like, i want to leave work because it's time, but Pandora has played like 5 awesome songs in a row.  So I'll keep flirting with Shiva until they play something stupid.

lol lol lol

The other day, my Pandora played Kid Cudi, the Roots, and then Dr. Dre all in a row. I thought I was going to spontaneously combust from the amazingness.

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DivaEroticus
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Damon Banner wrote:

It may depend on the state. But I'd think a title is needed in all cases, to make sure you aren't selling someone else's car!

If she's got a bill of sale, that's all she needs for a junk yard.  If it were being sold as a drivable car, she could still do that, but a title search would have to be done.  But for junk?  Naah.

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ShivaKitty wrote:

lol lol lol

The other day, my Pandora played Kid Cudi, the Roots, and then Dr. Dre all in a row. I thought I was going to spontaneously combust from the amazingness.

I'm listening to the Queen channel I just made.  They played Jimi Hendrix, Survivor, AC/DC, Led Zepplin like 3 songs, the rolling stones and now they are playing a Bon Jovi song from my childhood.  This is ridiculous.

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you can get the title from the DMV if you need it.  I think you do.
Dec 27 12 06:26 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:

I'm listening to the Queen channel I just made.  They played Jimi Hendrix, Survivor, AC/DC, Led Zepplin like 3 songs, the rolling stones and now they are playing a Bon Jovi song from my childhood.  This is ridiculous.

I wouldn't skip past Zepplin, or the Rolling Stones, or Jimi Hendrix. Bon Jovi kind of grosses me out for some reason. He looks like the kind of dude who might try to grab your titty at a bar or something.

Dec 27 12 06:27 pm  Link  Quote 
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Congrats all the way around!

and here's the solution to drinking in your new ride...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKZqGJONH68
Dec 27 12 06:28 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:
I wouldn't skip past Zepplin, or the Rolling Stones, or Jimi Hendrix. Bon Jovi kind of grosses me out for some reason. He looks like the kind of dude who might try to grab your titty at a bar or something.

It's Bon Jovi from like the first days of MTV (when I started watching it).  Paradise City.

Now they are playing that song from from GoodFellas! SON OF A BITCH!  I WANNA GO HOME!

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I bookmarked those. The Rustys one has the town I live in listed on their pick-up info.

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Damon Banner wrote:

It's Bon Jovi from like the first days of MTV (when I started watching it).  Paradise City.

Now they are playing that song from from GoodFellas! SON OF A BITCH!

Paradise City was a Guns & Roses song.

Dec 27 12 06:31 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:

Paradise City was a Guns & Roses song.

I feel ashamed

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Damon Banner wrote:

I feel ashamed

You should, because Guns & Roses were actually good.

Dec 27 12 06:34 pm  Link  Quote 
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Journey
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ShivaKitty wrote:

You should, because Guns & Roses were actually good.

Nah, I liked Bon Jovi too! 

Slippery when wet. 
living on a prayer.

Come on!

Dec 27 12 06:36 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:
Journey

Only with Steve Perry on the mic and Greg Rolle on keys.

Dec 27 12 06:37 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:

Nah, I liked Bon Jovi too! 

Slippery when wet. 
living on a prayer.

Come on!

fail.

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ShivaKitty wrote:

fail.

you fail because you don't have any rims on your whip!

Dec 27 12 06:38 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:

you fail because you don't have any rims on your whip!

I'm grownded up now, Damon!!

Dec 27 12 06:39 pm  Link  Quote 
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I'm just going to sleep here.
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ShivaKitty wrote:
I'm grownded up now, Damon!!

Grown people have rims on their cars.  spinners.

and hydraulics

Dec 27 12 06:40 pm  Link  Quote 
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They are playing Black Michael Jackson now.
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Damon Banner wrote:

Grown people have rims on their cars.  spinners.

and hydraulics

you are telling me some stories

Dec 27 12 06:42 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:

you are telling me some stories

I'm going to get a spinner put on a chain.  Not a small, replica.  An actual car rim and put it on a chain.

Dec 27 12 06:43 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:
They are playing Black Michael Jackson now.

Michael Jackson was actually kind of hot before he did all that shit to his face.

I would have hit it ... in like 1982 ...


assuming i wasn't a year old, which I was...

Dec 27 12 06:44 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:
Michael Jackson was actually kind of hot before he did all that shit to his face.

I would have hit it ... in like 1982 ...


assuming i wasn't a year old, which I was...

Like, there are some songs from white Michael which I enjoy, but if you really think about all the music that makes you want to wiggle your booty and get down, they were mostly from when he was still black.

I don't think Michael was into sex either, so he probably would have declined.  But I'll stand in if you need.

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Damon Banner wrote:

I'm going to get a spinner put on a chain.  Not a small, replica.  An actual car rim and put it on a chain.

that's not a very good way to get women to take you seriously.

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Damon Banner wrote:

Like, there are some songs from white Michael which I enjoy, but if you really think about all the music that makes you want to wiggle your booty and get down, they were mostly from when he was still black.

I don't think Michael was into sex either, so he probably would have declined.  But I'll stand in if you need.

you are one unrelenting motherfucker

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ShivaKitty wrote:

that's not a very good way to get women to take you seriously.

It would be an awesome conversation starter though.  I'm not so good at that part, so I use tricks.  Like hypnosis.

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ShivaKitty wrote:
you are one unrelenting motherfucker

I have the wig, glove and everything.

ac/dc again
lynyrd skynyrd


It's been like 50 minutes now of good music

Dec 27 12 06:49 pm  Link  Quote 
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Damon Banner wrote:
It would be an awesome conversation starter though.  I'm not so good at that part, so I use tricks.  Like hypnosis.

I wouldn't ever talk to some dude with a car part on a chain.

I would get him to buy me drinks, smile and nod a lot while he talked some nonsense to me, then peace out.

Dec 27 12 06:52 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:
I wouldn't ever talk to some dude with a car part on a chain.

I would get him to buy me drinks, smile and nod a lot while he talked some nonsense to me, then peace out.

I wouldn't need to use tricks on you, I already know you.  But if I wanted to meet a new girl, I'd pull the rim out from underneath my shirt and just make it bling.   

The ridiculousness of me having it under my shirt plus having a full ass rim on a chain, you can't help but laugh at that.  That's where I fit in.

After she said it was ridiculous, I'd say I agree, but it got her to talk to me.  BAM, IN LIKE FLYNN!


dead or alive by Bon Jovi.

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Damon Banner wrote:

I wouldn't need to use tricks on you, I already know you.  But if I wanted to meet a new girl, I'd pull the rim out from underneath my shirt and just make it bling. 

After she said it was ridiculous, I'd say I agree, but it got her to talk to me.  BAM, IN LIKE FLYNN!

ok ok. i admit. that's pretty cute.

The problem is, how are you going to conceal a rim under your shirt? There's a pretty decent probability she's going to be painfully aware you have this weird lumpy thing going on with your chest, and it doesn't really look like a handicap, or something excusable like that.

Dec 27 12 06:56 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:

ok ok. i admit. that's pretty cute.

The problem is, how are you going to conceal a rim under your shirt? There's a pretty decent probability she's going to be painfully aware you have this weird lumpy thing going on with your chest, and it doesn't really look like a handicap, or something excusable like that.

That is part of the ridiculousness of the whole thing.  Trying to put it under my shirt.  I need to do that to make this whole thing work!

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ShivaKitty wrote:
I'm just junking the old one. It's at 190,000 miles, on the original clutch. Leaky head gasket. Brakes shot. Electrical system problem. I'm amazed that SOMEHOW i got it through inspection last summer. It will never pass again.

Have you looked at donating it?  I got more for the donation, you get a fair market value, the one I used sold it at auction for $540 when the dealership offered me only $250.   15 yrs old,  190k miles, brakes shot, tires shot, pulled out the sound system myself, the arm rests had my arm imprint in the foam after all the miles

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Zebadiah _MI wrote:

Have you looked at donating it?  I got more for the donation, you get a fair market value, the one I used sold it at auction for $540 when the dealership offered me only $250.   15 yrs old,  190k miles, brakes shot, tires shot, pulled out the sound system myself, the arm rests had my arm imprint in the foam after all the miles

Donating it to what? For what? How do you do it?

Dec 27 12 07:21 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:
Donating it to what? For what? How do you do it?

Some Goodwill's will accept them

meals on wheels maybe

etc

Dec 27 12 07:57 pm  Link  Quote 
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ShivaKitty wrote:

Nah. Tomorrow morning, I officially will be the proud owner of the 2012 Toyota Corolla.

I gots a grownded-up car.

borat now come and visit! wink

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SPierce Photography wrote:

borat now come and visit! wink

me. 

her and I can drink cognac together and do some squats. bicep curls.

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ShivaKitty wrote:

Donating it to what? For what? How do you do it?

I didn't think about donating.  That's a great idea.  There used to be a program called CarWorks.  That's how I got my last car (a Corolla, no less...LOL).

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