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mandan14shooter 74 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Nov 15, 2011
  • Reply to

    Ted nugent

    by jbivest Mar 3, 2015 7:27 PM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter 7 hours ago Flag

    299 Grateful Dead concerts in a hippy van and your brain still works??

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter 11 hours ago Flag

    i bought it from Brother Brucie, who restored it in 64. He painted it a dark blue body and from the belt line up, painted it black, along with the fenders and headlight buckets. Synthetic enamel was his weapon at the time. He later had engine trouble and parked it in a airplane hanger for many years. i bought it about 15 years ago for 5 grand. What do you do with a 35 mph car with 2 wheel brakes?? i kept the body, fenders, frame, chromed radiator shell with its beautiful Indian Head ornament and sold all the other parts through Old Cars for 3500 bucks. Now i had a zero rust, mint body & clear title for 1500 bucks. The 2-dr. sedan had rear side windows that would hit the wheel wells with 5 1/2" of glass exposed, so i chopped the top 5 1/2", which allowed the rear side glass to come down all the way. i didn't want that extreme chop on the windshield, so i had enough room to cut 1 1/2' above the front and back glass, so they ended up with a chop of 4". Pretty simple stuff and most of it hammer welded. i boxed the frame, put in a widened, Total Cost Involved IFS with rear mounted rack, 9" rear, rebuilt 350 Chev/400 combo, took all the paint off the body and went the K200, DP90 & blue/black Deltron route. PPG & Sata-jet rock. i found some Pontiac front buckets and an expert friend did the seats in blue, pleated cloth. i've driven it, but it's about 40 hours from the road. i've spent hundreds of hours in it with the dogs, listening to a fine low-buck stereo/cd unit. The dogs go crazy when i open the drivers door. It'll be on the road soon. You can't beat old cars and Motorbikes as you all know....

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    Democrats in awe over Netanyahu speech!

    by pepinomoilno Mar 3, 2015 7:05 PM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Mar 4, 2015 1:20 AM Flag

    The emperor doesn't want anyone but himself to get a standing ovation, much less 34 of them. The poor guy was hiding in a closet in the basement....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Mar 4, 2015 1:09 AM Flag

    i watched Mr. Netanyahu give a wonderful speech this morning and there were many standing ovations. The emperor couldn't find the time to drop in, which was a good thing....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Mar 2, 2015 2:19 AM Flag

    and that you don't turn your toys/possessions into YOUR GOD....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Mar 2, 2015 2:00 AM Flag

    i would say that the vast majority of the rich guys and gals work hard for their money and support the economy with their very expensive and exotic toys in the their garage.

    The guys and gals in the middle also work hard for their money and also should be able to have that NICE, white, 5700 dollar 77 TransAm in their garage along with that 1927 Pontiac 2-dr. sedan, chopped top, dk. blue/black street rod and that 1947 Rock-Ola Jukebox, without some knucklehead crying in their beer about it. The only caveat being that they also give GENEROUSLY to the poor, through food banks or other honest organizations. my humble opinion of course....

  • Reply to

    Renault shares up 9% today

    by peterpal80 Feb 12, 2015 10:14 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Mar 2, 2015 1:36 AM Flag

    Does Renault still make cars?? A funny story....i worked at Boeing for a few years in the late 60's and needed a car right away and a friend sold me his 64 Renault Dauphine for 100 bucks. Not a bad deal since it had a newer 100 dollar tape deck in it. i drove it for a year and sold it for 75 bucks and bought something else. A year later that other car died, so for some crazy reason i looked in the Times for another Renault and bought one late one night for 125 bucks. The next morning i woke up and noticed the indian blanket in the back seat. It was the same car i sold for 75 bucks a year earlier. i think Renault did make a few good cars. i bought a nice Caravelle Convertible in 1970 for 600 bucks back in Mandan and it was probably the only one in the state. i bought a 4 dollar case of Carlings Black Label Beer for Brother Brucie and he painted it a nice Silver Metallic. my first car was a blue 51 Merc Convertible that i bought for 80 bucks in Bismarck. It's too bad those 100 dollar cars are thing of the past, but what a good time it was....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Mar 2, 2015 12:45 AM Flag

    A few miles north of Seattle and in the beautiful city of Edmonds, we've been heating our house with wood for 35 years. This is the first year that we've seldom had to add wood during the day and if keeps up, it'll be a 1.5 cord winter. How would you like to heat your house all winter for 225 bucks??
    On the business side and in 19 years and over 9600 jobs completed, we've only had ONE bad check and that guy didn't live in Edmonds. That gives you an indication of the quality people that live in this area....

  • Reply to

    Jesus then and today.

    by longpickuptruck Feb 26, 2015 10:54 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Feb 27, 2015 12:39 PM Flag

    There are evil people everywhere and you might want to take a long look in the mirror in that respect. It's all about the Sacraments and in 30 years, i've missed Sunday Mass and and Holy Communion (The Body and Blood of CHRIST) 3 times. There are too many goofballs out there that talk about subjects they know nothing about....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 27, 2015 12:23 PM Flag

    my Son and i have a garage door company in Edmonds and i've been talking stocks with customers for many years. The one guy that stands out above the rest is one customer who said that he always buys a thousand shares. i asked him if he ever bought MSFT and he replied that he put in a buy order at their IPO and missed it by 25 cents. i asked him if he bought it later and he replied that "He never chases a stock". YIKES!! He did buy one local company that i mentioned and if he still owns it, it would relieve a little of that pain. Contrary to popular belief, the customer is not always right....

  • Reply to

    Jesus then and today.

    by longpickuptruck Feb 26, 2015 10:54 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Feb 26, 2015 11:18 AM Flag

    There are only two Religions instituted by GOD. The Jewish Religion and when JESUS came into the world, the Roman Catholic Religion and HE named Peter the first Pope. Every other religion is false and has no more credibility than if i would start a religion tomorrow. my humble opinion of course....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Feb 26, 2015 11:05 AM Flag

    No one is forcing you to do anything. It's impossible to see what's in the House, when you're on the outside looking in. There are no windows in your head....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 23, 2015 1:39 PM Flag

    90% of what la la land puts out in front of your eyes WILL corrupt your Soul. Think about that the next time you're watching or allowing your Children to watch that garbage....

  • Reply to

    Sean Penn shamed America at the Oscars

    by confusingtimes Feb 23, 2015 8:46 AM
    mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Feb 23, 2015 12:01 PM Flag

    Only the starved, braindead supply chain of fools watch the oscars and all that other hollywood crapola....

  • mandan14shooter mandan14shooter Feb 23, 2015 11:43 AM Flag

    If you're sending your Children off to so many of these universities these days, don't be surprised when they come home BRAINDEAD....on your dime....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 23, 2015 10:54 AM Flag

    and we install someone who knows a little bit about business, there's no reason why the Market can't go higher. That poor guy sitting in the drivers seat right now has been holding his foot on the brakes and installing road blocks way too long. We'll still have to look at his mug now and then, but he won't be able to do any more damage. The idiots in dc instructed all the banks to loosen credit to those that couldn't afford loans and then turns around and fines the banks for listening to their idiotic plea. Get all the bums out of there....PLEASE....

  • They won it all today. i've been driving old 77,78 & 79 Ford trucks with the 460, C6, Pennzoil combo for over 25 years and have never had an oil related problem. Keep on truckin....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 19, 2015 11:05 AM Flag

    "We are indeed going through a great trial, a fiery trial. In the very responsible position in which I happened to be placed, being a humble instrument in the hands of our a Heavenly Father, as I am, and as we all are, to work out His great purposes. I have desired that all my works and acts may be according to His will, and that it might be so, I have sought His aid. The ways of God are mysterious and profound beyond all comprehension. Who by searching can find Him out? God only knows the issue of this business. He has destroyed nations from the map of history for their sins. Nevertheless, my hopes prevail generally above my fears for our Republic. The times are dark, the spirits of ruin are abroad in all their power and the mercy of God alone can save us".

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 19, 2015 10:51 AM Flag

    the primary author of the Declaration of Independence and was America's third President. He was a noted author, educator, architect and scientist. He founded the University of Virginia. In his Notes on the State of Virginia, he made this statement:
    "GOD who gave us life gave us liberty and can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of GOD? Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that GOD is just; that His justice cannot sleep forever".

    In a letter dated March 23, 1801, Jefferson wrote:
    "The Christian Religion, when divested of the rags in which they (the clergy) have enveloped it and brought to the original purity and simplicity of its Benevolent Institutor, is a religion of all others most friendly to liberty, science and the freest expansion of the human mind.

    On April 23, 1803, Jefferson wrote this to Dr. Benjamin Rush (also a signer of the Declaration of Independence):
    "My vies are the result of a life of inquiry and reflection and very different from the anti-Christian system imputed to me by those who KNOW NOTHING OF MY OPINIONS. To the corruptions of Christianity, I am indeed apposed, but not to the genuine precepts of JESUS himself. I am a Christian in the only sense in which He wished anyone to be; sincerely attached to his doctrines in preference to all others".

    Jefferson was obviously not a fan of organized religion and he stepped in a few potholes along the way, like all of us, but he was a BELIEVER. Whether that was enough to attain the ultimate reward remains to be seen. The true presence, The BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST in Holy Communion, is there for anyone to receive, if the effort is made. Make the effort....

  • mandan14shooter by mandan14shooter Feb 17, 2015 12:53 PM Flag

    It's kind of weird how a couple ugly voices can effect a stock price....

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