I’ve decided to pull the plug on the Weekly Pinup Babes. Every Saturday I find myself taking more and more time to find an image that we haven’t used before, all the while scrolling through page after page of pics we’ve seen or pics that are too small.
The Pinups have been the least voted on relative to the other Weekly Babes. Second least are the B&W Babes. I don’t mind doing the work as long as there’s a reasonable chance of finding some good content.
I’ve posted a rudimentary poll in the sidebar where you can check your preference on the Pinup Babes. Feel free to comment about the Pinups in any post or send an email to SixPackTech@gmail.com.
The Mighty Tundra suffered another setback during the snowstorm we had a week ago last Friday. I had gone out to the LBS to pick up some brewskis and returned home. I was going to pick up the wife of my life from her work, but she decided to hoof it home in the snow. She works about 150 yds. or 0.13716 kilometers away from home.
The following Sunday afternoon, my wife went to a play with our sons to Oakbrook. I was home alone contemplating whether or not to make it an underpants and beer day while she was away, but daughter-in-law and grandson drove up with a snowblower to clear our driveway.
I was asked to move my truck. I handed the kid my keys Thinking he’d get a big charge out moving a truck a couple of feet. But… sunnovabitch, the damn truck wouldn’t start. One door was frozen shut. Getting in from the passenger side, I reached over and inserted the key in the ignition switch. Nothing. Not a click, not a dimming of lights. Nothing. No lights. No noise. I immediately suspected the
I placed a request with my Service Manager son for a new battery. (“No problem. I gotta guy.”) The battery was replaced four days later. The Tundra is all well and good and I’m waiting on a bill for services rendered.
With my truck going on 16 years old, it has become more and more urgent to talk about financing a new vehicle for this old man. The questions float around… do you really want another truck? What will you be hauling at your age? Yes. I REALLY WANT ANOTHER TRUCK, if for anything, it’s to haul my casket to the graveyard. Enough said.
I really like the looks of the Colorado, although a Silverado would allow them to shut the tailgate on the coffin in the bed.
Thanks for stopping by. Yep. I still love doing this shit.