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Old 01-17-2013, 09:34:52 PM
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This is my latest acquisition, given a new use...rural gangsta bling! This is how we roll...UNDER THE HOOD!!

My wife made me post this after I posted the picture of her riding the horse drawn mower a few months back.

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I can picture it now- Kevin hangin' with Flavor Flav.....
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I saw Flava Flav in the airport at Vegas one time. The clock looks BIGGER in person!

Your's has more style Kevin.
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I saw Flava Flav in the airport at Vegas one time. The clock looks BIGGER in person!

Your's has more style Kevin.
I must have a sheltered life. I didn't know who that freak was until I googled him. When a look like that is worth millions in America, we're in trouble.
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Yes, Kevin (both of you) -- I like the IHC bling better!
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I'd like to see someone with a case eagle around their neck on a chain
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You mean,I coulda been worth millions and had a Chicken Chain of eaten places if I had only hung a big clock on my chest?? Sheesh.Dang,I thought ye had to work for a liven!
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I'd like to see someone with a case eagle around their neck on a chain
Mr T mighta coulda done it in his prime!
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You need to add a rusty chrome grill, for those not familiar with grills see
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grill_(jewelry)
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I thought about getting a grill off of my H Farmall and wearing it as a breast-plate. Would that give me street...I mean FIELD-cred?
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Very nice Kevin, Lately I've been dressing like Mushmouth from Fat Albert to convince people that I can offer them top notch advice on all things from engines to politics !
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