Tyler M.
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Tyler M.'s Discussions

Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tyler M. Aug 25. 10 Replies

I recently got the sudden urge to sell my '03 Impala (don't get me wrong, I still love that car and it was my dads) and buy an '85 Bronco that I found online. It's beautiful, lifted, semi-restored…Continue

Freezer/Microwave Meals

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Muir Jul 29. 17 Replies

A bit similar to the "Cooking for One" thread that's on the main page at the moment, but not quite.I live in a Barracks room by myself, so I'll also be cooking for one. However, the only cooking…Continue

Good Work Shoes for a 12-hour Shift

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kluk J. Aug 8, 2014. 8 Replies

Hey gents, I started my first "real" job about six weeks ago and I've run into a problem as the title suggests. I work 12-hour shifts on the weekends and am lucky if I get to sit down or stop moving…Continue

Graduating High School

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster May 15, 2014. 27 Replies

It's finally here. Tomorrow is my last day of High School, the conclusion of most of my life for the last twelve years. Of course I'm happy and really excited to be graduating, and I definitely can't…Continue

 

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Tyler M. replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"I think we just obliterate all of them so that there's nothing to inform people about. :D"
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Tyler M. replied to Farris's discussion Business casual laptop bag
"Depending on how big your laptop is.. gotta love Saddleback.  http://www.saddlebackleather.com/tablet-bag"
Aug 29
Tyler M. replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"This Impala just gives me little problem after little problem. It's getting to be more of a money sink than I can imagine the Bronco would be.. might go through with this this week. "
Aug 25
Tyler M. replied to Doc762's discussion Leaving for navy, please help!
"Never trust a girl that's "friends" or more with a Marine.. 'nough said. Lol."
Aug 24
Tyler M. replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"For the last bit, that's what I was hoping to do. There's nothing really wrong with the Bronco as it stands, so I'd just be fixing stuff as it might go wrong. And starting with simple stuff like oil changes is definitely what I'd…"
Aug 24
Jack Bauer replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"Higher, heavier cars fare better in crashes than lower, lighter cars.  Plus, being more durable generally, they tend to last longer.  And, big trucks, especially old ones, are actually made of metal ... as opposed to mostly fiberglass on…"
Aug 24
Tyler M. replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"How's it been so far? Has it been very expensive or just about as expensive as any other hobby on the side?"
Aug 24
Rick Shelton replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"T-sockets and wrenches, allen wrenches, locking pliers, torque wrenches (foot-lb and inch-lb).  various pliers, oil wrench, funnels, and other stuff that will come in handy."
Aug 24
Rick Shelton replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"Yes, no, yes, yes, no, and yes. I bought a 99 Wrangler (which my wife is slowly coming to like) and it had some issues (but I knew about most of them before hand).  I bought the manual, and look up videos online for a lot of the work, even if…"
Aug 24
Gentleman Engineer replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"One must inquire as to the desire for such a behemoth. Those vehicles of elevation are of benefit solely in select situations, whilst the detriments exist rather much of standard. Utilising a jack to gain access ot components whilst engaging in…"
Aug 24
Native Son replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"What you need to remember is that the Bronco is a 30 year old vehicle that somebody's already fooled with.  It reminds me of a guy I used to work with who had a beautiful '65 Mustang.  He loved the car, but he noted at the time…"
Aug 23
Carpe-315 replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"Bronco is less complex."
Aug 23
Carpe-315 replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car
"I started from knowing nothing about cars to doing alot maintnence on my VW. These cars arw known for thwir complexity. Presumably an 85 broncO is as complex."
Aug 23
Tyler M. posted a discussion

Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car

I recently got the sudden urge to sell my '03 Impala (don't get me wrong, I still love that car and it was my dads) and buy an '85 Bronco that I found online. It's beautiful, lifted, semi-restored and gets god-awful gas mileage, but I don't have to commute to work or have anywhere to drive regularly except if I go out on the weekend. I feel like it would be a fun toy to drive for my next couple years around here for sure and I can afford it without any problem right now. And onto the second…See More
Aug 23
Tyler M. replied to Matthew R's discussion Does anyone have advice for my first 5K?
"I've never ran an organized 5k, but I run three-five miles with my platoon pretty much weekly. My advice for doing your best is to not keep track of your pace. Just run at what feels like a good pace and compete with those around you, make it a…"
Aug 2
John Muir replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Freezer/Microwave Meals
"make big batches and divvy up.... like party-sized lasagna cut into servings, chilli, etc. Make no mistake, you can save a fortune doing this crap"
Jul 29

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At 12:17pm on March 13, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Then, if you really think you want to give your life for your country, do it.  Don't chickenhawk it, young man.

At 5:08pm on March 11, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Checked again on my profile: No flaming gay whiny (not even the word gay).  Rather Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Eagles....

At 4:49pm on March 11, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

I stand corrected.  Do have a profile, initially made the mistake of logging in under different addresses.  

Anyway, the more extensive one lists Steinbeck, Tortilla Flat, etc.  Real CA stuff, huh? Answer: Yes

Real flaming in your face whiny gay victim stuff, huh?  Answer:  No

At 5:54pm on March 10, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Seems strange to me that you referenced my profile.  I don't really even have one posted online

The stuff you wrote reads like something spit out of a sound bite from the Fox News people-if I really was this whining homo victim I doubt I 'd have led the life I had.  I think you may be far too young to be making such grandiose blather, and it doesn't even sound original, guy.  Very Truly Yours, Walter

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