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Hi! I saw Your message to Yvonne and that was so Nice but what is your Name?
Anonymous

Well thank you anon, I try to give all my friends as much encouragement and advice as I can if I can. My name’s Mike by the way. Come off anon and hang around a while. I’ll try not to be too boring.

Welcome to the family you poor neglected, abused little Jeep. Don’t worry we’re gonna fix all your problems. (And probably create a few new ones) Great side note though if you buy cars from teenagers you get great horrible sticker selections on the vehicle. Mine included such greats as the shocker, a “u mad bro?”, a “zombie response team” radioactive symbol, a fireman with two scantily clad women that said “pulling hose” (picture included), a “I <3 yoga pants”, a duck commander sticker, a “yours maybe fast… but mine can go anywhere” (not on 30” street tires man), and a “Caution: this vehicle is a Transformer”. It also smelled like a Motel 8. Kind of a mix of swisher sweets covered up by febreeze and gas station air fresheners. So that’s just a general PSA on why to buy from teenagers.

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america-wakiewakie:

“According to the Pentagon, there are approximately 865 US military bases abroad—over 1,000 if new bases in Iraq and Afghanistan are included. The cost? $102 billion annually—and that doesn’t include the costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan bases.”
—Around the Globe, US Military Bases Generate Resentment, Not Security | The Nation

Let that sink in for a minute. $102 billion A YEAR! It would only take $10 billion to provide clean drinking water worldwide for a year. A tenth of what we spend on military bases abroad, A TENTH!

america-wakiewakie:

According to the Pentagon, there are approximately 865 US military bases abroad—over 1,000 if new bases in Iraq and Afghanistan are included. The cost? $102 billion annually—and that doesn’t include the costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan bases.”

Around the Globe, US Military Bases Generate Resentment, Not Security | The Nation

Let that sink in for a minute. $102 billion A YEAR! It would only take $10 billion to provide clean drinking water worldwide for a year. A tenth of what we spend on military bases abroad, A TENTH!

"AMC is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by AMC Networks. The channel primarily airs theatrically released movies, along with a limited amount of original programming. The channel’s name originally stood for “American Movie Classics”, but since 2002 the full name has been deemphasized as a result of a major shift in its programming.”

Ahh, there’s the reason. Thanks wikipedia. Now how do I suggest they “major shift” it back the other direction?

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echo5charlie:

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stonypathsstrongshoes:

our-exploration:

So freaking cool.

That’s it, I’m getting a metal detector.

Oh my gaaaaaaaad.

I’ve seen bikes underwater, tsunami bikes crossing the pacific in a ship container, trees growing around bikes and now i’ve seen a buried bike. WTF!

It’d be so awesome if someone brought it back to life.

Alright dammit, if we’re finding motorcycles now, I’m definitely getting a metal detector. Old man status be damned.