Old 6th July 2007, 00:26   #561
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Old 6th July 2007, 02:18   #562
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Old 6th July 2007, 03:36   #563
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Oo! Almost forgot... Dillard's had an additional 30% off today... I got 6 pairs of "Jasmine & Ginger" undies (2 bikini, 2 hipster, 2 thong) and one pair of some other brand I can't remember (pink lace with black lace trim boy-cut), AND an adorable turquoise-lime-yellow striped demi-bra with turquoise lace, all for the GRAND total of $27.91!

Lurvs the sales. LURVS THEM!

Also I bought a blueberry scone.
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Old 6th July 2007, 07:24   #564
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Old 6th July 2007, 12:10   #565
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Oo! Almost forgot... Dillard's had an additional 30% off today... I got 6 pairs of "Jasmine & Ginger" undies (2 bikini, 2 hipster, 2 thong) and one pair of some other brand I can't remember (pink lace with black lace trim boy-cut), AND an adorable turquoise-lime-yellow striped demi-bra with turquoise lace, all for the GRAND total of $27.91!

Lurvs the sales. LURVS THEM!

Also I bought a blueberry scone.
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Old 6th July 2007, 12:36   #566
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Old 6th July 2007, 12:43   #567
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Old 6th July 2007, 12:50   #568
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Old 6th July 2007, 20:31   #569
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Oo! Almost forgot... Dillard's had an additional 30% off today...
I love Dillards. It's the only place I'll buy clothes. My closet's full of Cremieux and Murano.

(They also have a very well-stocked "Big & Tall" section in their men's department.)

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Old 6th July 2007, 20:58   #570
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I'll get right on it, Chev... but ah... due to the ah... nature of the pics... I should probably PM them to you...

Today I stopped at Penney's and got cute skorts, and an adorable hat. Yay! for summer hats!
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Old 6th July 2007, 22:45   #572
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I just exchanged a couple 26x1.25-1.75 bike tire tubes for the correct size 26x1.75-2.35 tubes. Apparently I've spent god knows how long with the wrong size as a spare. I'm glad when I finally did get a flat it was a slow leak and I didn't even know until after my ride was over.

Also would anybody know, in terms of safety, should I have the more worn tire on the front or back. I've never had a tire "blow out" on me while riding at a good pace. Just one pinch pop with the front tire and a couple punctures with wire on the back tire.

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depends if you car has its traction on the front or back side I guess. if its front, get the 'most' worn-out to the back, and vice versa.

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Since it's a bicycle, put the worn tire on the front. Safer there than as your "drive" tire on the rear. On a bicycle, steering requires less traction than the tire pushing you forward.

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ALSO, since the back tire is a combination of a traction tire and frequent-road-braking tire, that would provide another reason to put better tread on the back. Steering and the less-frequent front braking can accommodate the lesser tread. Unless you do a lot of technical biking on very rocky terrain, in which case you'll front-brake considerably more often - then the priority would be equal as to whether to put the better tire on the front or rear.

(But, of course, the best recommendation is to have equally good tread front and back - then there'd be no concern needed.)

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A car with tires those dimensions?

I think CyBorg735 was talking bicycle tires. In that case, best tire should be on the braking tire, but generally I have different tires for the front an back. The front tire should have tread parallel to your direction of travel to prevent sliding left or right on hard cornering. The rear tire should have tread perpendicular to your direction of travel for grip to prevent slippage while climbing slippery hills. But, again, best tread should be, in my opinion the tire that takes the most braking, in my case the front tire.

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Thanks Scor and Swing.

Traction and "drive" were the reasons I moved the better tire to the back. Simple logic is if tire A is more worn than tire B then switching them should get you by until you can get new ones. I just wasn't sure about the worn tire in front.

Hopefully I'll have new tires next week, I just noticed how bad the difference was this time I changed the tube.
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Old 7th July 2007, 05:48   #581
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Old 7th July 2007, 06:01   #582
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looks pretty sweetness to me. Also looks like alternative rock. Am i right?
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Old 7th July 2007, 11:50   #583
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Meh, I've steered more towards the prog rock of the year:





Yet added some ass kickin' music too:

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A car with tires those dimensions?

I think CyBorg735 was talking bicycle tires. In that case, best tire should be on the braking tire, but generally I have different tires for the front an back. The front tire should have tread parallel to your direction of travel to prevent sliding left or right on hard cornering. The rear tire should have tread perpendicular to your direction of travel for grip to prevent slippage while climbing slippery hills. But, again, best tread should be, in my opinion the tire that takes the most braking, in my case the front tire.
If I ever take the tires off I bike, I just replace them with new ones. Does anyone actually repair a bike tire anymore? If I get a flat, I just replace the tire.
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Yet added some ass kickin' music too:

[Insert Hellyeah CD cover here]
I got that CD a while ago; It's some pretty heavy shit...

"Goddamn" is a nice melodic song for the family...

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Old 9th July 2007, 02:23   #589
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I saw that at the store today; is that Vinnie Paul??

Worth buying? Who would you compare it to?
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Yep, Vinnie it is.

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Hellyeah is a heavy metal supergroup featuring members of Pantera, Damageplan, Mudvayne and Nothingface. Drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott and current bassist Bob Zilla formerly of Damageplan, vocalist Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett from Mudvayne, guitarist Tom Maxwell and ex-bassist Jerry Montano from Nothingface.
It's right up your alley, Chica. I've always really liked Chad's amazing voice especially when he's not doing the grunt and that's pretty much the whole CD. I really like it

I can't think of anyone to compare them to.
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Hellyeah is pretty much your typical alcohol-filled brutality...Many of the songs are riff-driven, heavy, balsy metal songs, other tracks even have some southern rock influence in them, and it all ranges from thrasy to melodic...It's a bit too easy to say it sounds like a good mix of Mudvayne and Pantera influences, but even though it's Hellyeah and not Mudvayne or Pantera, that's pretty much what it sounds like...

Chad's got a good range of voices on this CD too...He does everything from that pissed-off grunt to a lil' bit southern and even just regular singing...

Greg's an interesting guitarist too, since there are a couple tasteful guitar solos thrown in the mix that you won't hear from his Mudvayne persona...

And Vinnie just kicks ass on the skins as usual...His drumming just speaks for itself...

My favorite tracks: Hellyeah, You Wouldn't Know, Matter of Time, Waging War, Goddamn, and Thank You (Which is Vinnie's tribute to his late-great brother Dimebag)

Is it worth the buy? Goddamn, hell yeah it is!

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Hate Mudvayne; love Pantera. Ergh, what's a metalhead to do?
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Dramamine - I just got off a 2 day fishing trip on Lake Erie (one of the 5 Great Lakes in the northern United States) - didn't lose my cookies, but damn, that wind had us up&down&up&down&up&down&up&down&up&down&up...

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Hate Mudvayne; love Pantera. Ergh, what's a metalhead to do?
They sound nothing like Mudvayne.
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Dramamine - I just got off a 2 day fishing trip on Lake Erie (one of the 5 Great Lakes in the northern United States) - didn't lose my cookies, but damn, that wind had us up&down&up&down&up&down&up&down&up&down&up...
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They sound nothing like Mudvayne.
Works for me.
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