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Old 02-16-2013, 09:00 PM   #41
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I dont really think I'd be bragging about this..
???? this is the COOLEST way to total your truck, you're ghey if you didnt know...
 
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Lol "anyone can drive thru the ice?" No shit, but not in a TRUCK when you KNEW it was there.... on the GOLF COURSE....
I bet you diddint even pay for it dude... you sound like country club genetics. Your mom buy you that?
 
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???? this is the COOLEST way to total your truck, you're ghey if you didnt know...
The title was being facetious, and that's ghey that you didn't know.
 
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I'm not bragging at all. It SUCKED. But I don't just share my cool awesome experiences that make me look better. I also share the stupid ones so other people can take things away from it as well.
Your second post begs to differ IMO
 
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Lol "anyone can drive thru the ice?" No shit, but not in a TRUCK when you KNEW it was there. I bet you diddint even pay for it dude... you sound like country club genetics. Your mom buy you that?
Bahaha yeah I'm country club genetics all right. Mom was a teacher, dad was a cop, grew up on the poverty line. I own my own business that I started when I was 22 with my own money and loans, etc.

But it's ok to assume, I won't judge you.
 
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The title was being facetious, and that's ghey that you didn't know.
 
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Glad to see you alive brother. I have honestly pulled people frozen like a popsicle out of ice like that in Oregon. One guy we rescued, died from a heart attack when he went under because of the shock of freezing cold water. You are lucky, better go play the lotto.
 
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Still a well articulated story, even if it may or may not be true.
 
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I dont really think I'd be bragging about this..
I don't really think he's bragging.

And there's a lesson worth sharing here.

Folks drive on the ice all the time. Seeing that - some folks may drive onto the ice not knowing that you have to know the local lake and its conditions.

Spring fed lakes may have thin spots. Need to know where they are, and be able to spot them.

7six2fan's just giving us a little reminder of *why* that local knowledge is important.

As long as everything turns out OK in the end, stories that show up a "fair dose of stupid" ought to be able to be shared as cautionary, and potentially humorous, tales later for the wizening of all.
 
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Your second post begs to differ IMO
Yeah I can see how it would look that way. I just decided I wanted a bigger lift. I had been considering it when I got the leveling kit, and then when I did it, it was one of those "Damn I should have done it" things.
 
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Yeah I can see how it would look that way. I just decided I wanted a bigger lift. I had been considering it when I got the leveling kit, and then when I did it, it was one of those "Damn I should have done it" things.
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Lol didn't take me long to find a troll. Just like every other forum. Sad, but I bet you had that meme already saved on your computer.
 
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Bahaha yeah I'm country club genetics all right. Mom was a teacher, dad was a cop, grew up on the poverty line. I own my own business that I started when I was 22 with my own money and loans, etc.

But it's ok to assume, I won't judge you.
I only judge dumb behavior with extreme detail. Maybe you could afford? but you have not the fucking brain capacity to respect it. What dumbass would drive into a pond in a heavy TRD? I tell you who... A poser....business owner or not... you make me sick dude....
 
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Hahahaha. My favorite part was when you threaten Jack that you would kick him in the head lol.

I partially sank my taco once thanks to my brother, had to get pulled out by a UPS semi. I would ignore the people giving you shit...it's TW.
 
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I don't really think he's bragging.

And there's a lesson worth sharing here.

Folks drive on the ice all the time. Seeing that - some folks may drive onto the ice not knowing that you have to know the local lake and its conditions.

Spring fed lakes may have thin spots. Need to know where they are, and be able to spot them.

7six2fan's just giving us a little reminder of *why* that local knowledge is important.

As long as everything turns out OK in the end, stories that show up a "fair dose of stupid" ought to be able to be shared as cautionary, and potentially humorous, tales later for the wizening of all.

I can't tell you how many times I drove over open water springs on a snowmobile and didn't realize it until I was already past it. And I know that they are always a possibility, which for me, is where the stupidity of going on the pond is, not driving on it in the first place. I should have gotten out and walked onto it with a flashlight and looked for water on top of the ice.
 
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I only judge dumb behavior with extreme detail. Maybe you could afford? but you have not the fucking brain capacity to respect it. What dumbass would drive into a pond in a heavy TRD? I tell you who... A poser....business owner or not... you make me sick dude....
Lol you've obviously never been around a cold climate. Sometimes we drive miles onto a lake to go ice fishing.
 
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Lol you've obviously never been around a cold climate. Sometimes we drive miles onto a lake to go ice fishing.
In Virginia?
Bullshit I grew up in Richmond.
 
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7six2fan's just giving us a little reminder of *why* that local knowledge is important.

As long as everything turns out OK in the end, stories that show up a "fair dose of stupid" ought to be able to be shared as cautionary, and potentially humorous, tales later for the wizening of all.

^this +1

A mistake of sorts was make and he shared his misfortune with others here... I didn't get the 'bragging about it' vibe when I read it.

Ease up on the OP.
 
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