Irishzombieman☆

Irishzombieman☆

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157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Comment Issue - We're ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Was just thinking this feels a bit like Wort going on one of his censorship fits.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Last Call- Orange You ... · 1 reply · +2 points

Whoa! Crap! I just went from 109 to 78!

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Last Call- Orange You ... · 3 replies · +2 points

You should get ten points added just for your Tata post.

I went from over 3000 to 439, and most of those seem to be Atomic Toaster comments. Yep. Weird.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks- What ... · 1 reply · +25 points

Oooh. Lotus Elan. . . tra.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks- What'... · 1 reply · +6 points

My Metro has an empty fuse slot. When the Check Engine light comes on, I stick a fuse in there and one of the dash lights blinks out the trouble codes.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks- What ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yeah. Sorta wish they'd gone with another shade of blue/purple instead of the pink. The rest of the bike--the headers, especially--help me forget it, though.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Classic Captions – T... · 1 reply · +1 points

Congrats PotbellyJoe ★★★★★! Enjoy this excellent beer!

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Classic Captions – T... · 0 replies · +5 points

Earlier attempts at the photograph resulted in multiple concussions and a new alternate meaning for the phrase "head-on collision". When Wilhelmina, the student intern, suggested they take the picture with stationary cars instead of moving ones, the art director fired the project manager on the spot and gave the job to the Wilhy.

157 weeks ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks- What ... · 3 replies · +5 points

Well, Britten's "factory" produced something like ten bikes total.

But those were ten totally bitchin' bikes. And they looked amazing.

221 weeks ago @ Atomic Toasters - User Input: Pride and ... · 0 replies · +4 points

Yep. Always get comments on my knives, most of them of the freaked-out sort.

This is my usual pocket weight, a CRKT M16-14Z. It's 9 inches long, 1-1/4" tall and opens switchblade fast with a heavy metallic snick. It helps, in the office environment I spend most of my time in, to remind everyone every now and again that I'm a bit of a savage.



My daughter was out in my garage with me a while back, just hanging out with me while I tidied up. She kept finding knives stashed everywhere, just about my head height, on shelves all around the place. Her comment as she pulled down the fifth, a Fairbairn–Sykes: "Holy crap, Dad! Are you some kind of ninja?"