Post Your PICS Thread 2.0 (Part 17)

Ballbuster1

Cute I am.
Wackbag Staff
Good timing. BB seems to have found the world's largest Pachinko machine...
That's been around since I was a kid. One of my grandmother's
sisters used to play the pipe organ that sits behind the screen of
lights. It's a Philly classic that I've been to for pretty much all of
my life. It's not Christmas til you see that and Hans Gruber fall
from the Nakatomi Plaza.
 

Shootr

OOHHH, GNARLY!!!
Donator
Worst/funniest memory of working at the family garage was one customer, Trudy Horny. Her real name. And she fought DMV to get "HORNY" put on her plates. Fucking hated having to test drive that car - fuckers honking and pulling this shit:
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
Worst/funniest memory of working at the family garage was one customer, Trudy Horny. Her real name. And she fought DMV to get "HORNY" put on her plates. Fucking hated having to test drive that car - fuckers honking and pulling this shit:
My mom and dad used to have “dust4u” (the name ofmy moms cleaning business) as their vanity plates, not realizing that “dust” was a code word for angel dust...
 

samurai

Ridiculum Anserini
2018 Chili Open Golf extravaganza...Crystal Lake IL. (on the lake itself). It got up to about 17 degrees, so it wasn't bad. Having a cooler full o beer didn't hurt. (and it was necessary to prevent the beer from freezing) :haha7:

 

Shootr

OOHHH, GNARLY!!!
Donator
All that zoomy technology - paired with those speakers...I'm in Radio Shack 1986 world all over again.
 

Shootr

OOHHH, GNARLY!!!
Donator
This thing is perfect - guessing someone at Carvana owns it as it's in the parking garage next to their offices.
 

Ballbuster1

Cute I am.
Wackbag Staff
We went to the Franklin Institute in Philly today to see the
Terracotta Warriors from China exhibit. Pretty interesting.






 

samurai

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We went to the Franklin Institute in Philly today to see the
Terracotta Warriors from China exhibit. Pretty interesting.






I'm amazed they could spare them. I mean, there's only 8 or 9 thousand that were buried. :eek:

Not to mention several hundred cavalry horses.

I kinda like watching PBS.
 

Ballbuster1

Cute I am.
Wackbag Staff
I'm amazed they could spare them. I mean, there's only 8 or 9 thousand that were buried. :eek:

Not to mention several hundred cavalry horses.

I kinda like watching PBS.
They said that everyone of them is damaged by age, dirt collapse
of the area, vandalism and earthquakes over the centuries. It's
amazing that they have been able to restore what they have.
 

samurai

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They said that everyone of them is damaged by age, dirt collapse
of the area, vandalism and earthquakes over the centuries. It's
amazing that they have been able to restore what they have.
If I were over 2000 years old, I'd be a lil bit brittle too. Plus, I'd probably just stay home and drink beers with my battalion.

 

Ballbuster1

Cute I am.
Wackbag Staff
If I were over 2000 years old, I'd be a lil bit brittle too.
There was a companion movie in the IMAX theatre that showed the whole
site and the recovery/restoration efforts and gave more of the backstory of
the emperor and the creation of the "army". Well worth seeing.
 

Voodoo Ben

The African Dream
So i was at the store the other day and outside i hear singing and i find this guy.



He was singing hallelujah by leonard cohen.
 

samurai

Ridiculum Anserini
I couldn't post a photo in the photography thread without getting the "Oops Cat" page, so I'm testing here.

 

samurai

Ridiculum Anserini
My first Memorial Day memory, is of my cousin Larry.

5th Special Forces Group, 3 tours in Nam. "De Oppresso Liber"
 
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