A few responses/comments...
The "Girly Things" kit is just one of those teasers to keep us tuning in.
Are you accusing me of sensationalism?
The girls thing is an Urban Legend type Myth.
With just enough sightings to neither confirm nor deny its existence; in all seriousness I really do need
to get that damned thing detailed and photographed and posted...I just keep not getting around to it.
It's only 3/16". You have to buy a separate winch plate & doesn't provide for maximum approach angle. Other than that, it looks nice.
I'm in agreement, here.
Could not agree more!!! Definitely a Myth, and not nearly as valuable as the initial hype, or it would have been immediately replaced once it was lost in the urban jungle.
Believe it or not, it gets used every other day or so; I have to go through it once a week and re-provision/re-stock it so that it continues to be useful. If I was on the ball - and I almost NEVER am - I'd take one of those opportunities to create a photo spread.
I haven't read one post on this thread yet, the Fallout 3 reference pulled me in.
EDIT: Then I look in the tags and you have Firefly tagged in there too. Are you me?
I am almost 100% sure that I'm not you, but there's no real certainty in this life. We could be the same person; the universe is a very strange place.
This is what y'all are talking about ? Its pretty neat , and well thought out . I can confirm that it is real , and that someones camera is up and running ...
See? Listen to Beasley...he knows what's up. Also, you're right: if my cameras were all up and running I'd have this thing photographed by now...and the funny part is that I just inherited a sodium vapor light and a 4x5 monorail that are functional but in need of rebuilding, so I have even more
cameras that are not up and running, now.
Love the FO3 theme, I was just visiting the Republic of Dave last night.
It's hard to get to, but worth the trip.
Hint: The more you look for it, the more it hides in the bushes.
1; Noting or pertaining to a long poetic composition, usually centered on a hero, in which a series of great achievements or events narrated in elevated style, i.e. Homer's Iliad is an epic poem
2; Heroic, majestic, impressively great.
3; Of unusually great size or extent
4; Very impressive, awesome
5; Web forum thread referring to the building of a Jeep called Greta, and th government of the Republic of Dave.
I'm not sure that this is at "epic" levels, yet - that's usually Level 20, in 3.5 Edition, mind you - but I certainly appreciate the compliment and the inclusion in the dictionary. It takes a lot of XP to reach epic levels...and right now I'm just working on getting enough caps to order a cable shifter and my long-awaited stickers...and those are just two
of the projects that have been happening at Muppet Underground, lately.
On that note: Last night I worked on yet another revised priority list - that was Spyder's fault - and I ended up with about thirty different items enumerated on the paper; everything from better cargo retention in the rear to extra fuel capacity, and from air filtration to ground clearance...with a shower somewhere in the midst it all. I've got a LOT of irons in the fire, and as this build continues to slowly move forwards I find that I have more and more work to do. I'm starting to see my progress to-date as having generated about 1/3 of a solid build, so the sensible focus is to start filling in the gaps and being able to spend a bit more time enjoying my work by taking it off-road...the latter of which is starting to be more possible because my back is finally feeling up to driving for more than 20 minutes at a time. I'm going to spend a bit of time today going over what I think I need to fixate upon for the next few months and what resources I have to draw upon, and then post that list up for public scrutiny and insult; I figure that with the always-welcome input everyone provides, I can get a solid plan in place for what Muppet Labs will be focusing on in the next few months. So...stay tuned.