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6 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

I spent enough time at the LA truck stops to know who "lot lizards" worked where. Spent a lot of time talking to them. Better than looking at hairy, stinky men. A hairy, stinky woman wins most of the time.

My brother in law is a truck driver and he has a sticker on the door of his truck that says "No Lot Lizards".

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4 minutes ago, Tarheel said:

Second martini but out of olives😦

Carl would never run out of olives ... except if i were around, i love olives.

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Damn, Tarheel

You're out of martinis.

 

22 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

My brother in law is a truck driver and he has a sticker on the door of his truck that says "No Lot Lizards".

 

I used to carry a manikin [ladykin] for the passenger seat, at the truck stops. That dinna stop them... "Hey buddy, wanna 3some?"

  anatomically correct/lingerie. Picked it up when I was driving for a chain of women's ready to wear.. She broke at the hips and sat perfect in the seat. She drew more than one second look if she went out topless.

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  been getting up at 3:30 to feed these kittens. That's a little early, even for me. I'm normally up at 4. But it takes an hour and a pot of coffee to come to life.

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I've driven Boston.  It's not as bad as a lot of places, but it helps to have sailed competitively.  In Boston it is all about relative position.  Try Paris sometime, or read a map in Hamburg where by the time you have been there the street name changes.

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it might not be too bad if you change your attitude about it. Make sport of the commute.

from the interstate to here, it would look like I was weaving all over the road. In reality, I was all over the road, running over MexicanGeneral grasshoppers. You could feel the thump when driving the Honda.

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5 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

Sensitivity isn't really that important.   What is important is having a sub that will keep up in output and that will go cleanly up to the point that it's crossed over to the Lascala.

 

 does it come into play if you want to run them on the "B" speaker outs of the same amp driving the speakers? 

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Most subs have their own amp.  If yours doesn't then I guess it might.

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no sub out...  H/K630.  Figure I'll run them as a 2nd set of speakers. Whether passive or not, horns are what it will be.

Think Danley had sensitivity at 104db in their line. Price?... if you have to ask.....I didn't look  Knowing that such animals are around is good enough [for now]

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3 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

i just went and picked up some BBQ ... haven’t had it in a minute and got a craving. Sorry the place said it’s Texas BBQ not NC.

 

 

Doctor Hogly Wogly's Tyler Texas BBQ on Sepulveda in Van Nuys? 😋

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2 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

Carl would never run out of olives ... except if i were around, i love olives.

I've got plenty.  Popped open a bottle tonight that my wife bought for me when she was in Washington state.  It's a bourbon called Woodinville.  It's much better than expected.   I really like it.

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2 hours ago, WillyBob said:

 

 does it come into play if you want to run them on the "B" speaker outs of the same amp driving the speakers? 

No

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3 hours ago, WillyBob said:

Damn, Tarheel

You're out of martinis.

 

 

I used to carry a manikin [ladykin] for the passenger seat, at the truck stops. That dinna stop them... "Hey buddy, wanna 3some?"

  anatomically correct/lingerie. Picked it up when I was driving for a chain of women's ready to wear.. She broke at the hips and sat perfect in the seat. She drew more than one second look if she went out topless.

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=== this is wrong in so many ways. So are we to assume a typical day of your driving an over the road Big Rig was a topless manikin ridin’ shotgun, waving at potential suitors and you double clutching while wearing a sarong? And were the sarongs supplied by said chain store?

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Happy Birthday Steve, hope you have a good day. :emotion-51:

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2 hours ago, WillyBob said:

no sub out...  H/K630.  Figure I'll run them as a 2nd set of speakers. Whether passive or not, horns are what it will be.

Think Danley had sensitivity at 104db in their line. Price?... if you have to ask.....I didn't look  Knowing that such animals are around is good enough [for now]

Thinking you need a sub with the high pass to enable the sound in and powered... with your LaScala...12 or maybe 15's...  May want the line in coverter Emile referredto Enjoy when all setup...☺️

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Happy Birthday Steve, my man...✌️

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3 hours ago, Buck115 said:

 

Doctor Hogly Wogly's Tyler Texas BBQ on Sepulveda in Van Nuys? 😋

about 1000 miles north.

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1 hour ago, dtel said:

Happy Birthday Steve, hope you have a good day. :emotion-51:

Thanks.  poured myself some Tequila and kicking back.  if you were here, i’d pour you some too.

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