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Should I put $2 bills in my wallet?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Austin Jan 14, 2013. 6 Replies

$2 bills have always seemed interesting to give for tips in my opinion. I thought about ordering maybe $200 in $2 bills. I'd keep them at home other than a few in my wallet for when I'd like to use…Continue

"Art of Manliness" in my car?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude Nov 1, 2013. 66 Replies

What are some things to keep in my car to make my car have the "art of manliness"?Like, what should I have in my glove glove? Should I hang anything from the rear view? and any other car accessories…Continue

 

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Claude replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Holy crap!  Thanks for that info. Ours are coming off as soon as I get home.  "
Nov 1, 2013
Mark Lawson replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"I agree. In no way was I advocating texting and driving but I definitely think people should be aware of certain traffic laws that are peculiar to different states they may drive through (like no radar detectors in Virginia)."
Oct 31, 2013
Douglas Aldrich replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Not that I'm helping at all, but when I first read the title of this, I thought you were talking about having the AoM in your car, like a Sirius XM radio station. I was like, "No way, that's awesome!" hahaha"
Oct 31, 2013
George H replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Mark I see more accidents all the time from texting and driving.  Just don't do it any state, any where. It can wait. I had the unfortunate experience of extricating five young High School cheerleaders who died from a head on crash with a…"
Oct 31, 2013
Mark Lawson replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"It probably wouldn't hurt to keep a quick reference sheet on which states have criminalized texting and talking on cellphone while driving."
Oct 31, 2013
Mark Lawson replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Kitty litter for wintertime Phone book (they still make those right?) One of those tools that can cut a seat belt and can bust out a window in an emergency"
Oct 31, 2013
Neil H replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Every"
Sep 5, 2013
TKM replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"I carry a full tool box in my truck underneath the seat, an Auto Safety Kit that includes Booster Cables, a Tow Strap, Wool Blanket, Flashlight w/ those traffic directing cones to put on top of the light, cotton gloves, a wrench,  a flag, and…"
Jul 20, 2013
Neill replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"My Car always has Water, decent first aid kit 2 decent led lenser torches and 2 cheapies (can never have enough torches... its an addiction) 2 knives (never enough knives. 1 letherman sufficient tool kit 4wd recovery kit tyre jack and spare 2lb…"
Jul 10, 2013
Tim replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
""Be what you are, regardless of popular expectations. In that root honesty, can be found genuine manliness."...So a giant wing on a Corolla IS acceptable then? :P"
Jul 9, 2013
Paralytic Poison replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"For me, a car should have tools, a few essentials for survival (you neverr know when you will need them), and whatever else you need for your job or hobbies. Change of clothes is definetly not what i would consider manly, not an umbrella either...…"
Jul 7, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"A basic first aid kit for one, a knife for another, tools for simple car repairs, emergency flares/lights, fire extinguisher. Hang nothing from your mirror because it gets in the way of your view."
May 5, 2013
Corey C. Jordan replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"I have a comprehensive first aid bag in my Jeep, as well as two blankets. When I go off road, I have my recovery kit with more gear. If we are expecting to be far off paved roads, I throw my 96 hour emergency bag on board and a Rossi 92 SRS…"
May 5, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"Can't go worng with an "oh shit" bag. Bandages, Ace wrap (you'd be shocked how many things you can do with that stuff. Makes a handy emergency tie-down), a compass, a couple bottles of water, some type of non-perishable food item…"
May 5, 2013
Rob Hopper replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"The entire bottom section opens up revealing a giant cubby for storage, on my SUV. I keep an emergency kit, water, blankets, a tent, and some MREs (meals ready to eat). Also a small assortment of knives and tools. Not to mention a loaded .45 mounted…"
Apr 6, 2013
Michael D. Denny replied to Corbin's discussion "Art of Manliness" in my car?
"The skull of a defeated enemy mounted on the dashboard with red LED lights in the eye sockets. "
Apr 6, 2013

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