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Old 01-31-2013, 12:41 PM   #300561
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here is the posts from that thread. he posted a bunch of ass and clam in the cleavage thread and that normally makes it go purple.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:41 PM   #300562
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where did you sell it? I need to sell my galaxy s2
Sold my iPhone 4 here on the forum in the Misc. Classifieds section. I listed it for pretty cheap, $150 shipped, so it sold quickly.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:43 PM   #300563
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I have a niece like that. Really don't mind at all.
I have a friend like that. I don't mind it, but he gets all self conscious after he's asked a bunch of questions. His name is Matt.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:44 PM   #300564
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here is the posts from that thread. he posted a bunch of ass and clam in the cleavage thread and that normally makes it go purple.
lol @ Doug
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Shaving your head would be the easiest to deal with. Ever tried that?
I did a #2 buzz cut before. Was easy to deal with and my hair dried super fast, but it looked really boring.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:45 PM   #300566
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gotta at least make it a little more beleviable than that. need a fresher noob too, not someone that's actually trying to diagnose their problems by hooking up an external power source to the pump
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:46 PM   #300568
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Looks like they are just standard 330 sized rotors so e-brake is unmodified. The fronts have an optional 2-piece rotor that is the correct size for the pads:

Actually, E46 M3 rotors. Thicker and there are the OE/Euro floating rotors available. For a non-M 3-series, it's pretty much the best value with most affordable replacement parts of any BBK. $1099 initial purchase and replacement rotors at a fraction the cost of any 2-piece, it's a great choice for the budget-minded enthusiast.

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I did a #2 buzz cut before. Was easy to deal with and my hair dried super fast, but it looked really boring.
Well, everything else is going to require a little bit of maintenance. You could go the Carlos route and do metal hair. The split ends, though...
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lol, we're the same weight. I've lost a lot of muscle over the past few years, though. :/
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:48 PM   #300573
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gotta at least make it a little more beleviable than that. need a fresher noob too, not someone that's actually trying to diagnose their problems by hooking up an external power source to the pump
i don;t know enough about cars to sell it.
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talking about the original king kong movie?? Of course! lol. That's how I got the name. I was signing up for my first internet forum back in the day and my mom told me I couldn't use my real name. I had just finished watching the original king kong movie with my dad and the rest is history. lol
lol, I didn't tell my mom anything about my internet stuff. She still thinks all people on the internet are rapists.
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lol, I didn't tell my mom anything about my internet stuff. She still thinks all people on the internet are rapists.
I think I was in middle school at the time.. back in the days of dial up aol.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:50 PM   #300578
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Actually, E46 M3 rotors. Thicker and there are the OE/Euro floating rotors available. For a non-M 3-series, it's pretty much the best value with most affordable replacement parts of any BBK. $1099 initial purchase and replacement rotors at a fraction the cost of any 2-piece, it's a great choice for the budget-minded enthusiast.

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Just out of curiosity (not bashing ), how does the swept area compare to the OE M3? It seems, from the pictures I've seen, like a lot of the rotor surface goes untouched...any particular reason for that?
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this morning I had a hard boiled egg and a slice of toast for breakfast. I've got 3 tangerines and a banana for a snack, some healthy choice chicken noodle soup, and some nuts and dried fruit.
You do realize cheeseburger is code for something else non food related, right?



Much healthier selection of food than the usual though.
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Have never passed about 220 lbs whether being lazy or being leaner with muscle. Maybe I should try to drop back down to 190.
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