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    Ouch man! I know a friend that while mountain biking had a crash, landed on a root right on his lower back. Was paralyzed and had to crawl back a half mile back to the parking area before someone found him. He has now fully recovered but man that would be really scary.
    1990 325is
    m52b28
    3.73lsd
    g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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      Originally posted by Jokester View Post
      Large dogs for the win. I have a 1 year old Alaskan malamute. Big guy just hit 130 pounds.

      I used to be a XC runner in high school, what your guy’s 5k times? I haven’t ran in well over a year now




      Run with my Saint Bernard a month ago. She’s not the fastest, but she’ll truck along. Weighs about 125 right now.






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      1984 Alpina B6 2.8/1 #35
      1991 325i MT2 Touring (JDM bro)
      1991 Racecar (Chase Schmidt's former drift car - M30)
      2006 BMW X3
      2011 Audi A3 - wife's other German car

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        Originally posted by TeXJ View Post
        anybody ever use Toro to rent a car that they were wanting to buy?
        I never have, but my buddy just rented a Nissan GT-R for the weekend from a guy in Phoenix on Turo.

        Cost a fortune (~1k), but was a great experience.
        My previous build (currently E30-less)
        http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=170390

        A 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4x4 Offroad in Inferno is my newest obsession

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          https://youtu.be/lLWEXRAnQd0

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            Any Linux users here? what is your preferred distro.
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              Im starting to use it at work. So far I've been using Ubuntu. However, we also use Kali for pen testing
              1990 325is
              m52b28
              3.73lsd
              g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                What are you wanting to use it for? Mint is a good light version. If you want to replace Windows, Ubuntu is a good place start.
                1990 325is
                m52b28
                3.73lsd
                g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                  What’s Linux for? I’ve always stuck to Mac OS for simplicity.

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                    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=What+is+linux+for
                    1990 325is
                    m52b28
                    3.73lsd
                    g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                      I just got this shirt...came out to $30 with shipping and exchange rate...

                      https://shop.petrolpassion.eu/appare...g_type-t_shirt
                      1990 325is
                      m52b28
                      3.73lsd
                      g260 (1987 325is 5spd tranny)

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                        Originally posted by TeXJ View Post
                        I just got this shirt...came out to $30 with shipping and exchange rate...

                        https://shop.petrolpassion.eu/appare...g_type-t_shirt
                        1982 to 1994, a nice touch.

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                          Originally posted by TeXJ View Post
                          I just got this shirt...came out to $30 with shipping and exchange rate...

                          https://shop.petrolpassion.eu/appare...g_type-t_shirt


                          For the four spoke wheelers https://shop.petrolpassion.eu/bmw-e3...es-sunset.html

                          Order placed so for motivation to loose weight I chose extra medium.

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                            Originally posted by Blackout View Post
                            Any Linux users here? what is your preferred distro.


                            Ubuntu is a good plug and play OS but resource heavy. Lubuntu uses Lxde instead of Unity, so not as slick but not nearly as resource dependent and I think follows the same LTS schedule as Ubuntu.

                            It’s harder to set up but I really like Debian. No bs, can go mostly libre if you want, awesome community and support, highly customizable, etc. Trisquel is good (libre), Mint is great and quick too. There’s also PureOS, if you want to check it out. Just depends on what you like / need.


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                            Current flame: E30 318iS Alpinweiss II slicktop / LSD - Joanne
                            The old man: 1970 2002 Polaris(ish) slicktop / rat rod - Wallace
                            The ex: E92 335i 6MT M-Sport - Betty
                            The heavy: 2001 4Runner SR5 Sport (3rd Gen) - Fred

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                              Using mint cinnamon right now and really liking it, must also try the Pure OS now that you mentioned it.
                              These lightweight OSs breaths new life into my laptop. Recent windows 10 update nearly killed it and chrome was running extremely slow so decided to ditch it altogether and throw ubuntu on it. Quickly got bored with ubuntu since i used to use it regularly back in the day on desky.
                              So i thought why not try other builds. Some are capable way beyond my basic needs. Fedora and OpenSuse were simply awesome, i am going to try to stick to Mint for some time and see where it leads.
                              No more windoze.............
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                                Originally posted by Blackout View Post
                                Using mint cinnamon right now and really liking it, must also try the Pure OS now that you mentioned it.
                                These lightweight OSs breaths new life into my laptop. Recent windows 10 update nearly killed it and chrome was running extremely slow so decided to ditch it altogether and throw ubuntu on it. Quickly got bored with ubuntu since i used to use it regularly back in the day on desky.
                                So i thought why not try other builds. Some are capable way beyond my basic needs. Fedora and OpenSuse were simply awesome, i am going to try to stick to Mint for some time and see where it leads.
                                No more windoze.............

                                FWIW I used Mint for the longest time a long while back, great OS. I'd stick with that for a minute. I had a Thinkpad T60 a few months ago that I was tinkering with, upgraded to a 64 bit CPU but couldn't get it to run cool enough and battery life sucked. Running Win8 in Parallels on my Mac just for QuickBooks (too cheap to buy a copy for Mac and too lazy to go cloud...for now). I'd buy one of Purism's machines if I wasn't such a cheap bastard. Looking forward to their phone in a few months.



                                Intimidated by OpenSUSE, but may give'r a go one of these days.
                                Current flame: E30 318iS Alpinweiss II slicktop / LSD - Joanne
                                The old man: 1970 2002 Polaris(ish) slicktop / rat rod - Wallace
                                The ex: E92 335i 6MT M-Sport - Betty
                                The heavy: 2001 4Runner SR5 Sport (3rd Gen) - Fred

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