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  • in reply to: Quotes To Live By… #83112
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    Wherever you go, there you are

    in reply to: Road Apples Car Show? #83111
    Avatarlordairgtar
    Participant

    Sorry to hear this but I understand completely. As a member of a car club I know well the work involved. I truly enjoyed DJing the car show you put on for those couple of years. Sincerely, Gregg Kluck aka Air Gtar Entertainment.

    in reply to: $500 Tesla: #43268
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    now that is awesome. I like Tesla, and now I found one I can afford…LOL. Radio Flyer had to make something as their so called coaster wagons are blow molded unsteerable pieces of junk. When I was a kid, wagons had a steerable front axle…now they have wiggly shopping cart wheels.

    in reply to: 2015 Winter Heating Costs Should be Low #43151
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    This, combined with an aggressive at home power usage dial back, my bill went from 140 a month to 75.

    in reply to: Quaker Steak & Lube files for bankruptcy protectio #43186
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    Well, I don’t think this will affect the Wisconsin stores. If it does, maybe they will make the franchisee get rid of those awful cheap plastic chairs.

    in reply to: 2015 year in review … #43153
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    I love going to car shows. I must say that I have been doing a lot of the DJing at shows and not so much of drawing cars making art for the owners this past year. I have though, when having no requests for art, just sit and enjoy conversations with other people. Whether they were from my club, Wisconsin Street Rod Association, or making new acquaintances, I had a blast at that. I know my vehicle is only five years old now but I appreciate the love people have for it. I’ve put a lot of miles on it over the years…over 90,000 on a 2010 car. Glad I don’t lease it. At 61 years of age, I hope to continue doing the shows for a few more years and I am considering retiring from my full time work as a wire harness maker. I just have to figure out my financial situation with SS and my investments. If you see me at a show, whether DJing or drawing or kust hanging out, stop by and talk to me.

    in reply to: Donnie Lee Jenkins – Hillrod BS’er #43115
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    What a douche nozzle. I can see why he’s an idiot, he drinks Bud.

    in reply to: 2016 Ford Thunderbird #42730
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    in reply to: YeeHaw #43040
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    But it’s dropping again now.

    in reply to: Very Ugly Vehicles #43070
    Avatarlordairgtar
    Participant

    I’m thinking the Lexus of late. Those gaping maw grilles are the stuff of sci – fi anime.

    in reply to: Car Cruises and Shows for March 17 to 23, 2014 #42287
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    I was there today. Nice little show, but they will have to step it up if they want to compete with World Of Wheel type events. Bigger area, more national cars, more big name vendors. To drive 70 miles and pay $6.50 for parking and $30.00 to get in is a bit much for what they had. I understand that The Alliant whores out concessions and parking to outside concerns, but they have to realize this is not Milwaukee or Chicago or even Indianapolis where Weaver is from. First, apparently I had been invited to maybe set up a table for selling my art and the contact I was given never returned my calls or emails. We went anyway because I had to deliver some art that got commissioned at WOW in February. I hope next year they can get a bigger area and not share space with dolly and bead collectors. Good choice on having Capt. Bob and Arlo DJ and do announcements. They are well known in the Wisconsin / Illinois area. having Lynn Yenko was also good. I could care less about Spiderman but the kids love him and they were happy. Ring Brothers was also another really cool vendor/display with their DeTomaso and Mustang builds. My fave cars displayed were the AMCs, especially the Rebel ragtop, the black 77 Chevy Scotsdale truck, the coaster wagon, The Terraplane, red Chevelle, the yellow 57 Chevy and the customized Mercury with Pontiac grill and Chrysler tail lights, the red over the road truck. Most of the cars really. Good to see some of the stuff I normally do not see being from the Milwaukee area.

    in reply to: State of the Union ’14 #42200
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    circletrack wrote:
    Someone has to!

    Read the garbage, or believe it?

    in reply to: 2013 Tesla Model S P85 vs 2014 Chevrolet Corvette #42204
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    GTO Man wrote:
    Very impressive. Just think if Nascar used electric cars, how quiet it would be. They could eliminate some members of the pit crew.

    Yeah. The guy who holds the gas can would have a plug. LOL. Impressive race here. Electrics are all torque until the very top end at max output. The Vette’s torque is like most piston powered sports cars I guess. I would imagine the Vette’s winning race number two was because the power output of the Tesla was now spent from the first.

    in reply to: Propane Shortage #42205
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    man o man I am glad I got WEENERGIES. I might complain come bill time, but that propane bill is something else. In Milwaukee they don’t cut your heat in the winter time per law, but you propane users have to buy it before you use it. I’m not one of those guys who forgoes his power bill during the winter, but I see a lot of people do it.

    in reply to: The Club Tavern #41265
    Avatarlordairgtar
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    Why I quit going to bars and doing karaoke shows years ago….ALCOHOL! Turns pussies into pricks and pricks into bigger pricks.

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