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Old 02-23-2012, 01:09 AM
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I play golf and I love it, but hunting and fly fishing are my passion away from the golf course. I was a hiker for years but the knees won't allow that any longer. Now a good 4x4 to get me to my favorite fly fishing stream and I'm happy. Besides, what could be better than being out in the middle of nowhere, wading in a fly fishing stream and having my favorite S&W in my favorite shoulder holster. Hell I would give up golf if I could do that everyday.
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my other passion is dogs, we have 5: 2 labs,2 bassets and 1 blue heeler .
I'm also really involved in the fancy pet rat community where I'm a moderator on a rescue forum. I also have an Etsy store where I sell pet rat related items.
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MOTORCYCLES...
I've had a few Ninjas, a Buell and now I've got 2 vintage GPZ, same year & same model that we are redoing into "streetfighter/caferacer wannabees". all of these are my bikes, the hubby rides his own and so do I
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It's when your street racing in Mexico(because street racing is illegal in the US). Two cars line up on a roll honk 3x and go.

Hey wait a minute!! You're a LEO I see what your doing, I'm not telling on myself. You know what 3 honks is.
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My HOT wife and our 2007 Nissan Titan crew cab. It only has 30K miles on it, has FlowMaster '50-series' pipes, a K&N cold air induction system and performance chip....and it STILL gets 22mpgs! Now if only I could find a 'vette to race. My SIL's 2006 Mustang GT can't touch it.

Other 'interests' include Jeeps (my '98 Wrangler is a daily driver and has 239K miles onits 4-banger), knives (making and collecting), primitive camping and hiking. I'm also a 'prepper'.
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I loved playing guitars and had for a long time. I'm afraid that my age and my disabilities are taking a toll and my memory's no better. I only can remember a few song including four of my own that I sound like one album over and over.

It's getting a bit boring and no desire to learn anything new. I have a nice guitar and amp I won't part with. The rest are being sold off.

I guess my computer is my passion now. Internet, games, movies and music makes my days go by.
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nice ed, that looks like its got some work into it!!!
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Older muscle, especially of the Mopar breed. Over took my S&W addiction a couple years ago in terms of funds ....

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I haven't been able to get the Saleen into the group photo yet...project for this spring.

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R/C Sailplanes, my "other" job. I am a factory pilot for Airtronics and spend the summer flying in tournaments all over the Midwest and east coast.

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I am into endurance cycling. I have this weird need to push my limits. I would like to find a way to mount a pellet pistol on my bike for dogs or rednecks who like to drive close simply to scare you. But that is my thing.

My son is big into Mustangs. He currently has a 1996 3.8 that he is fixing up. I enjoy helping him with it but ultimately it is his deal.
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I'm a mustang guy as well. This is my 97 cobra. It's got a vortech supercharger and just about every mod out there. It's out of comission right now but made 435rwhp on the stock motor before it went boom!

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Here's the long awaited pic of my car:
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Mine is going fast on an ATV , Watercraft , or Motorcycle. I have been racing or involved in racing since I was 14 in 1967. Started in MX and then Dirt track, then Drag Racing, and finaly for the 2 wheelers was road racing. Watercraft was last and I am still involved in ATV and Watercraft racing and designing high performance parts.
My company is Tony Doukas Racing. Some of my tools of the trade are CNC mill, Bridgeport, Lathe, Rear wheel dyno, engine dyno, flow bench, radar guns, portable 1/4 mile ET timing system with tree, benders , brakes, welders, saws, etc.
Here are some of the pics of customers and my race bikes.
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My Jeep, my drums, my hi-fi, my tropical fish.
I also enjoy looking at all the ladies on Fox News and Fox business.
I used to ride a BMW motorcycle, but now that I am an old fart I bruise too easily and don't heal as fast.
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I hear ya, although the awd isnt as much for snow for me around here, this thing does well in tha white stuff, but I had a 240sx with a sr motor and then i had twins 2 years ago and had to get something with 4 doors....ala the evo!!!
btw i got a friend with a 69 olds with a built 455....can you say torque!!!!
i have a 95 240sx just lowered with stock engine and a spare in my garage awaiting some internal upgrades.. but now im looking into a wrx.. i just told my wife its a "sporty looking car and has 4 doors. nothing to fancy. our son still fits in the back seat." she believes it. thats the funny part. wait til she hears the blow off valve ill put in there haha
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i have a 95 240sx just lowered with stock engine and a spare in my garage awaiting some internal upgrades.. but now im looking into a wrx.. i just told my wife its a "sporty looking car and has 4 doors. nothing to fancy. our son still fits in the back seat." she believes it. thats the funny part. wait til she hears the blow off valve ill put in there haha
LOFL, that's just about how it went here too....except I had to get four doors cause we have twins....she didn't even go with me to look/drive it. I got it a few days later, it only had a catback and intake, she said"what's that air sucking so loud for?". Lol now you can hear the turbo spooling a mile away.....let us know if you get the scoobie....
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My dog,( my little fury friend) hiking, mountain biking, hunting, fishing and writing.
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Jesus is my longest passion, but my guns are my second, then comes my 35' Fifth-wheel w/ garage for my 2002 Roadking Classic. Somewhere in there goes my D300 Nikon. So take your pic!
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My other love is RC jets. I design and build they myself. Love to fly. Nothing like a 150 mph pass down the runway 5' off the dirt. Here is an F-18 and a BAE Hawk that i am currently working on.
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Motorcycles and music and my wife who has put up with me for 34 years. She gets anything she wants and deserves more.
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I not talking about wife and kids. That should be a give in. Besides guns what is your other love or hobby?

Mine is Mustangs and drag racing. No! Not NHRA. Street Cars! NHRA is to much of a business for me, like Nascar.
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I used to be totally obsessed with my Harleys. I'm on my 5th one. After spending thousands on accessories, I kinda burnt out. I still have my Harley, but I haven't bought any doo-dads for it in a long time.

My newer toy in my Dodge Challenger R/T. It's pretty much stock except for the exhaust, air intake, and tuner.




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I enjoy playing golf (I assemble my own clubs) and fly fishing (I tie flies too) every chance I get. I build and repair computers for fun. now the 40VE is a work in progress. I believe that it adds something to the work you do when the tools you use feel good in your hands. either through making, fixing or modifying that tool.

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No wait - that was Earnest Hemmingway...

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Besides my 3rd Generation S&W Pistols (and few revolvers, too ):

M1 Garands, Swiss K-31, Makarovs and especially Randall Made Knives.

Oh, and classical music, too.
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Motorcycles, mostly dirt bikes, dual sports and sport touring bikes. For me, no Harleys; I have yet to ride one that does any of the things well that I think a motorcycle should do. For years, I rode mostly BMWs, Guzzis and Triumphs, and did a lot of road touring. More recently I have been riding more off pavement, Mexico, Western U.S., and a lot of exploratory riding in MN, WI, IA and SD.

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Dogs. I have three right now, a boxer/lab and a couple of Aussies.

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Photography and cars. Out of my 30 or so cameras, only 4 are digital. and the rest are 35mm film cameras along with one 645 which is close to twice the width and height of a 35mm negative. To me, digital has taken some of the fun out of shooting pictures. Sure in the darkroom with film people would burn and shade with their projectors but you still had to compose the photo and worry about lighting, etc. With digital, it seems to have promoted the same thing that high capacity magazines did for a while, spray and pray. Where before you might have shot two or three 36 exposure rolls of film, people now shoot hundreds if not thousands of exposures using the "even a blind hog finds an acorn every now and then" method. Shoot a thousand pictures and hope there's a couple of good ones in the bunch. Then process it through an image manipulation program. Yes I do shoot digital also but almost always on manual making the aperture and shutter speed adjustments myself, rarely using post processing.

And as for cars, I'm not talking about some glue together little plastic toy with a hypercharged rice burning aluminum sewing machine motor. I'm talking about pre '72 muscle cars, specifically Chrysler products. I don't have one right now but my cousin has a project in mind to build. He picked up another 440 the other day (he already had three) and wants to drop it in a '68 Dart. I'm trying to convince him that a '70 Duster would have a little more room under the hood and better weight transfer to the rear wheels. Wish I could find someone with a '70 Hemi Cuda that didn't know what they had.

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