: Thank You MAJAX and CTSVETTE!!!



Ralph
07-28-05, 03:30 AM
I really appreciate you guys working on my new sig pic.

Please accept these images of Elisha Cuthbert as payment in full. :coolgleam

Elisha looks ALMOST as good as my car! :yup:

Thanks again! :cool:

majax
07-28-05, 03:33 AM
I think I would take your car over her. Probably a lot easier to take care of :p

You know I just noticed your '92 has very similar mudflaps as our '99:hmm:

illumina
07-28-05, 03:34 AM
She's lookin' good Ralph. Oh, the girls look good too! :yup:

majax
07-28-05, 03:40 AM
I like the 6th and 7th pic :D

mccombie_5
07-28-05, 03:43 AM
Elisha looks ALMOST as good as my car! :yup:



I agree :D:D

Ralph
07-28-05, 03:44 AM
She's lookin' good Ralph. Oh, the girls look good too! :yup:


LOL, thanks bud. :sneaky:

Ralph
07-28-05, 03:46 AM
I like the 6th and 7th pic :D

I "filled 'er up" to the max, and added a few more. :)


Car looks shiny in this pic. :yup:

majax
07-28-05, 03:46 AM
your car almost looks mocha colored.

Ralph
07-28-05, 03:48 AM
your car almost looks mocha colored.

That's the funny thing about this color, it looks pink in one shade of light, beige in another, etc, etc.

majax
07-28-05, 03:54 AM
Now just the other day I saw this weird purple/green/blue/black camillion type color on an Escalade. Have you seen this?

Ralph
07-28-05, 03:56 AM
Now just the other day I saw this weird purple/green/blue/black camillion type color on an Escalade. Have you seen this?

Not yet. I wonder if that's "Rip Tide Blue?"

majax
07-28-05, 04:00 AM
It was kinda ugly and odd, lol. I then later saw it on a Ford Windstar!

Rip tide blue, hmm

Ralph
07-28-05, 04:04 AM
It was kinda ugly and odd, lol. I then later saw it on a Ford Windstar!

Rip tide blue, hmm

In the late 1990's Mustang had a cool color like that. It changed from purple to cherry red, blue, etc in different angles. Come to think of it, I might have seen it on a Windstar too :eek: !!!

Was it called "Mystic" or something??

slk230mb
07-28-05, 09:05 AM
Nice pics Ralph :thumbsup:

The car aint to bad either...lol

majax
07-28-05, 06:38 PM
In the late 1990's Mustang had a cool color like that. It changed from purple to cherry red, blue, etc in different angles. Come to think of it, I might have seen it on a Windstar too :eek: !!!

Was it called "Mystic" or something??

This did not turn red but that would be cool. Shoot I should have looked at the paper in the window.

Ralph
07-28-05, 06:40 PM
Nice pics Ralph :thumbsup:

The car aint to bad either...lol

LOL, thanks!!

Majax, how did we start talking about car colors??!! And a Fords no less!!! :helpless: :drinker

majax
07-28-05, 06:42 PM
I said your Fleetwood looked mocha and you said it seems to change colors and then I mentioned the color that I saw the other day on a Escalade that would change in different lights and at diff angles. Then I also said I saw it on a Ford Windstar later that day.

Ralph
07-28-05, 08:37 PM
I think I would take your car over her. Probably a lot easier to take care of :p

You know I just noticed your '92 has very similar mudflaps as our '99:hmm:

Dad put those mudflaps on the week he bought it in April of 1991, as I helped him install. I removed the back flaps a couple months ago because I backed over a stupid parking barracade and one ripped and slightly cracked the skirt!! But it's not bad and not noticeable. I'll NEVER have mudflaps on any future vehicle, just because of that!!

majax
07-28-05, 10:46 PM
Well if you back into anything with our mudflaps they either fold or will just pull out. I know one of the screws on one of them came out.

My dad always scrapes them backing out of the driveway going to fast.

Ralph
07-28-05, 10:52 PM
Well if you back into anything with our mudflaps they either fold or will just pull out. I know one of the screws on one of them came out.

My dad always scrapes them backing out of the driveway going to fast.

It "pulled" so hard that it cracked the thin part of the skirt just behind the tire!!!! AND the mudflap came off partially. Dad rivited them on and not screws, so they were on there for life!! :helpless:

Vesicant
07-28-05, 11:08 PM
Ralph, Ford had the Mystichrome Appearance Package for the Mustang (incl color changing leather seats and steeringwheel too)

Never heard of the Windstar having it... ive seen the color we're talking about though; its like a really deep metalic with tons of reflective flakes.

Ok well that was useless info on my part. :coolgleam

Ralph
07-28-05, 11:10 PM
Ralph, Ford had the Mystichrome Appearance Package for the Mustang (incl color changing leather seats and steeringwheel too)

Never heard of the Windstar having it... ive seen the color we're talking about though; its like a really deep metalic with tons of reflective flakes.

Ok well that was useless info on my part. :coolgleam

No info is "useless!"

I'm sure I saw it on a Windstar, which is not cool for a minivan, but it's cool on a Mustang!

If anyone has seen it on a Windstar, please "pipe up" as inquiring minds want to know!!

majax
07-29-05, 12:00 AM
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RBraczyk
07-29-05, 05:45 PM
I think I would take your car over her. Probably a lot easier to take care of :p


You must be gay :shhh:

majax
07-29-05, 05:54 PM
You must be gay :shhh:

You got a problem with that hott stuff?:farting:

j/k

RBraczyk
07-30-05, 10:14 PM
You got a problem with that hott stuff?:farting:

j/k

I support gay rights....


Just keep yourself away from my danger zone....

Ralph
07-30-05, 11:02 PM
It's ok RB. You're really not bad looking for a girl......


:vomit:

Elvis
07-30-05, 11:08 PM
Definitely need to hit THAT from behind. :getaway:

RBraczyk
07-31-05, 12:24 AM
It's ok RB. You're really not bad looking for a girl......


:vomit:

You canadiens and your sodomy.

Ralph
07-31-05, 02:36 AM
You canadiens and your sodomy.

It's the Devils work I tell ya!!! The Devils work!!! :devil: We have no Morals left in this country!! It's all going downhill!!! It's blasphemy!!!!! :rolleyes2 ;) And shame on us for occasionally playing violent vidoegames and watching "R" rated movies!!! What kind of country would ever allow such a thing???!!! I MUST go repent now!!!!!! :tisk: :halo:

That is not "sodomy" look it up. :rolleyes2 It's as much sodomy as a pink mouse avatar pic can be called "pornography." :rolleyes: I seriously hope you were joking.


:yawn:

Ralph
07-31-05, 02:38 AM
canadiens

Capital "C" and an "a" at the end, not an "e" ;)

You Americans and your .....................nevermind..... :sneaky: ;)



p.s. please don't NUKE us. :hide: :suspense:

majax
08-01-05, 12:03 AM
You canadiens and your sodomy.

Why do you care if you "support gay rights?" ;)

Don't worry Ralph we wont nuke Canada, that would be a waste of perfectly good trees and maple syrup:rolleyes2 Oh and those french fries with gravy.. what are those called again?

CANADA ROCKS:coolgleam:coolgleam

Canadian C.A.N.A.D.I.A.N. Canadian

majax
08-01-05, 12:05 AM
It's ok RB. You're really not bad looking for a girl......


:vomit:

just put a bag over the head;)

Ralph
08-01-05, 12:10 AM
french fries with gravy.. what are those called again?

Ahhh, they're called "fries with gravy." :) :suspense: But we don't call them Freedom Fries if that's what you mean. :shhh:

I hate gravy! :vomit:

majax
08-01-05, 12:15 AM
No there is a special name for them my dad's Canadian friend used. I will have to ask him what it was again. Maybe Socialized Fries? j/k!

Gravy is gooood!

Ralph
08-01-05, 12:24 AM
No there is a special name for them my dad's Canadian friend used. I will have to ask him what it was again. Maybe Socialized Fries? j/k!

Gravy is gooood!

What do the British call them again?? Bangers and mash??

We call fries "Chips" sometimes...

"Socialized free health care Chips" :rofl:

I hope you bought travel insurance for when you travelled here, in case of an auto accident, etc.

slk230mb
08-01-05, 09:10 AM
No there is a special name for them my dad's Canadian friend used. I will have to ask him what it was again. Maybe Socialized Fries? j/k!

Gravy is gooood!

Pootine?

Ralph
08-01-05, 05:43 PM
Pootine?

Nope. What the heck is that??!!

majax
08-02-05, 12:36 AM
Yeah that is what I heard it was called!

Why would I need travel insurance going to Canada? What, is my trunk going to loose the luggage:histeric:

Ralph
08-02-05, 01:32 AM
Yeah that is what I heard it was called!

Why would I need travel insurance going to Canada? What, is my trunk going to loose the luggage:histeric:

I'm talking about health insurance. For example getting into a horrific car accident up here, etc. You would not be covered being a foreign citizen. You have the option to go to a place like Blue Cross and buy temporary health coverage in case of an emergency. Please tell me your father did that!!?? :suspense: My friend from China was nervous for months living and working here because he had no coverage and it takes a while to get it if you apply for it becomming a citizen, etc.. I guess you could have paid for HC if you are in an acident in Canada, but like the U.S. it would not be cheap, depending on severity....

I have no idea what pootine is or means, as I've NEVER heard that before...

use it in a sentence.... :hmm:

slk230mb
08-02-05, 12:47 PM
I went to the McDonald's in Saskatoon and had pootine with my Big Mac. Pootine= french fries with gravy.

majax
08-02-05, 02:35 PM
I'm talking about health insurance. For example getting into a horrific car accident up here, etc. You would not be covered being a foreign citizen. You have the option to go to a place like Blue Cross and buy temporary health coverage in case of an emergency.


Everyone in my family (household) is covered under Blue Cross/Shield. How did you think we paid for our health care here? I don't see why that would not work in Canada? If it didn't they could just send us back:D

Ralph
08-02-05, 04:02 PM
I went to the McDonald's in Saskatoon and had pootine with my Big Mac. Pootine= french fries with gravy.

I've never heard that before. It must be an eastern Canuck thing. :shhh: :rolleyes2

I think you Yanks just make up this stuff to make fun of my fine country! :mad: :crying: :crying2: :tisk:

Ralph
08-02-05, 04:03 PM
Everyone in my family (household) is covered under Blue Cross/Shield. How did you think we paid for our health care here? I don't see why that would not work in Canada? If it didn't they could just send us back:D


You should have told me you guys were coming, I would have had you deported at the border. :devil: ;)