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starting to dress dapper

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay D Mar 14. 8 Replies

Saw someone at work that always dresses up in a vest and/or dress shirt with a nice looking jacket on as well. haven't paid much attention to his pants. I will take note of that tonight while at…Continue

Tags: cheap, classy, up, dress, dapper

a question about CB radios....

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike D Mar 14. 4 Replies

hey guys, im wanting to get a CB Radio in my truck (I know I know old technology but idc. I want one). im wondering what i should pay for a beginning radio? i recently traded for a Realistic trc 417…Continue

Tags: trucks, radio, cb

I'm only 21 but im losing my hair....any advice?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Doug Davis Jan 11. 10 Replies

Hello gentlemen,Like the title says, Im losing my hair and im only 21. I have been getting it cut more often and shorter every time I go to the barber in an effort to gradually get down to a buzz cut…Continue

Tags: goatee, thin, thinning, work, young

i have a problem with my 06 silverado....

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Jan 15. 4 Replies

I have a 2006 automatic chevy Silverado. i think im the second owner. when I get out of the drivers side i hear these grinding/creaking sounds. like there are rusted springs or something is grinding…Continue

Tags: squeaking, grinding, rust, weight, creaking

Latest Activity

Rick Shelton replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"I like the idea of the train horn, I'm thinking of getting one for my Jeep for the 'stupid slow-assed drivers who get in my way' which is just about everyone, so maybe not such a good idea."
Apr 2
Rick Shelton replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"Troubleshot the AC/Heater problem.  Blower motor is old and drawing too many amps burnt the wiring connector to the vacuum switch.  Easy fix for both!!!!"
Apr 2
Adrian Miranda replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"Im rebuilding an 84 chevy 3X3 (2wd crew cab 3/4 ton)  I love the straight 6 engines so that will stay in.  My upgrades are inside the vehicle, I want it to look and feel brand new on the inside, could care less what the outside looks…"
Apr 2
Native Son replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"Back in the day (back when a Crew cab was only avaislabe in 1-ton and was about the length of a three-axle semi-tractor) I had a sweet little 4x2 Ford Ranger.  Mat in the back, diamond plate tool box, and aftermarket fog lamps.  Put a…"
Mar 28
Rick Shelton replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"I'm working on the mechanicals on the Jeep.  Finally got the TC to stop leaking (long story) and had the transmission rebuilt.  I also put on 31" tires and have a 2.5" lift I need to install when I have the time. …"
Mar 28
Wayne replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"Trucks are fun to customize. Not matter what the long term plans are for a truck there are a few things that are always a good idea to do. Intake, exhaust, tires, and suspension could always be upgraded to perform and ride better. I personally like…"
Mar 28
Adrian Miranda replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"HOT DAMN..............that is a truck, Love those square body chevys  "
Mar 24
John Muir replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"typical work truck in the Andes. I think they crush American off-roads like a grape. A real mountain truck. I like the chalk-block rack on the roll bar - that and a big fire extinguisher means it's not some parkinglot cowboy truck - it…"
Mar 23
Michael D. Denny replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"A beautiful woman for the passenger seat.  Beyond that, if you are over 30, it just makes you look like a stupid kid.   Some functional exceptions: rain diverters, reasonable window tint, a decent after market stereo (not a…"
Mar 23
Nate Thallas replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
"Update on this- The grill guard saved me a lot of money. Driving back from seeing my fiancé at about midnight, 65 mph, rural highway. Came around a corner and ran into a deer. Hard. Crunched in the plastic bumper cover a little, but nothing…"
Mar 23
Tony Weidman replied to Mike D's discussion accessorizing your truck...
Mar 23
Jay D replied to Mike D's discussion starting to dress dapper
"You probably have to go shopping or order a lot of stuff (and send back most if it) in the internet. Stuff like this must be tailored in a way that it suits your body. Decent leather shoes are normaly quite cheap. Pants should be slim fit since it…"
Mar 14
Steve replied to Mike D's discussion starting to dress dapper
"Spot on. A £20 pair of jeans that fit nice will always look better than a £100 pair of jeans that are ill fitting. Same applies to all other clothing. Even though my wardrobe now consists of "premium" items and labels, there…"
Mar 14
Mike D replied to Mike D's discussion a question about CB radios....
"thanks I will look for antennas there seeing how I got it to work and turn on now."
Mar 14
Karl Helweg replied to Mike D's discussion a question about CB radios....
"CB radios - the cell phones of the 70s. Our cadets were week on proper radio procedures and had the epiphany of all getting CBs to practice on.  They found at least a half dozen 40 channel CBs with magnetic antennae at local thrift stores and…"
Mar 13
J. D. replied to Mike D's discussion a question about CB radios....
"Just make sure you are not confusing CB radio with HAM radio operation.  They are two very different things and folks who don't know better get them mixed up often.  I don't know aboout CB, but there are plenty of HAM radio guys…"
Mar 13

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Mainly country but I also like rock (classic, hard, metal), ska, blues and punk.
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"Speak soft but carry a big stick" -Teddy Roosevelt

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At 7:02pm on July 21, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Hey, Mike D, welcome to The Great Debate!

At 7:58am on July 14, 2013, Fred S Davenport, Jr said…

Glad to be a friend, Mike.

 
 
 

Latest Activity

Michael D. Denny replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"Outdoors tasting: Dress shoes, stylish blue jeans, a polo style shirt and semi casual sport jacket is fine.   If the tasting is indoors, dress one step up from that.   If the tasting is in a restaurant, dress one more step up…"
1 minute ago
Steve Dallas replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"Where are you at? If you were in the Texas Hill Country for one of the many vineyards on the 290 trail, I would say nice jeans with cowboy boots and a nice button up if you are also there to network. Would say the same for the Sonoita wine area…"
1 minute ago
Rebekah replied to Jai Chipperfield's discussion What to wear to a vineyard
"In Napa, nice jeans, non-shiny leather shoes, belt to match shoes, long-sleeve button-down, sport coat, no tie Don't know about other wine-growing regions"
2 minutes ago
Josh Williams posted a discussion

The issue of height

I am a rather average man of height standing at a regular height of 5'10. I would like to be taller because I feel it would increase my confidence and level out the playing field that is dating. Does anyone mind sharing their height and discussing how it has affected their life? Please share. Thank you.See More
6 minutes ago
Jai Chipperfield posted a discussion

What to wear to a vineyard

I'm going to a wine tasting and vineyard tour event. There's also a bit of networking opportunities to be had. Any ideas of what to wear? My natural instinct always leads me to a waistcoat. Maybe a suit. Maybe a tweed jacket. But if I'm touring a vineyard, there's a possibility it could be muddy. Then there's the wine tasting and networking with possible future employees, I still need to be on top form with my clothes. Any ideas?See More
8 minutes ago
Walter B. Pewen replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Also Mike clearly we're different.  Betcha I've seen more of your side of the fence than you've seen mine, huh?"
9 minutes ago
Jason replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Sand... well damn I've been using crushed glass on my mangina... hahahaha"
16 minutes ago
Michael D. Denny replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Walter, the troll here is you. As is generally the case. "
24 minutes ago

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