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Offline lostboy

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1290 on: Jun 17, 2017, 20:24:25 »
Toyota Tundra is tied for the most American made truck.

Sure, the profits may go elsewhere, but the wages paid to workers in the US, building them, stays in the US.

Personally, I'd rather spend my money with a company manufacturing in the US, regardless of where they are headquartered than a US based company, having their shit built overseas.
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1291 on: Jun 18, 2017, 04:09:44 »
Toyota Tundra is tied for the most American made truck.

Sure, the profits may go elsewhere, but the wages paid to workers in the US, building them, stays in the US.

Personally, I'd rather spend my money with a company manufacturing in the US, regardless of where they are headquartered than a US based company, having their shit built overseas.

Agreed. But we aren't talking about a 30,000 dollar truck. You can easily biy American made, American owned beer. There are thousands of local breweries. Many who make easy drinking "session beer". But most don't buy it. They buy Bud because they put out stupid ass patronizing bullshit like camo cans with "AMERICA" plastered on it.

Don't get me wrong. I travel all over the country (and world when I'm lucky) for work. I try to drink and eat local when I do. At home though, the garage fridge is all PBR (brewed in TX by Miller). Too cheap to pass up when it's community beer.
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1292 on: Jun 18, 2017, 08:20:32 »
Agreed. But we aren't talking about a 30,000 dollar truck. You can easily biy American made, American owned beer. There are thousands of local breweries. Many who make easy drinking "session beer". But most don't buy it. They buy Bud because they put out stupid ass patronizing bullshit like camo cans with "AMERICA" plastered on it.

Don't get me wrong. I travel all over the country (and world when I'm lucky) for work. I try to drink and eat local when I do. At home though, the garage fridge is all PBR (brewed in TX by Miller). Too cheap to pass up when it's community beer.

You got a line on Toyota Trucks for 30 grand My little one was over 30.


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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1293 on: Jun 18, 2017, 14:11:28 »
You got a line on Toyota Trucks for 30 grand My little one was over 30.


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Haha... Yeah. More like $45k...
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1294 on: Jun 18, 2017, 14:30:16 »
Getting this beauty on the floor, had this came out in the 70s it would have put many machine shops out of business. Check out all the axis, plus "C" axis on both will index at any degree.

Oh yea...some Trump shit to make this a legal post.
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1295 on: Jun 18, 2017, 15:19:32 »
Getting this beauty on the floor, had this came out in the 70s it would have put many machine shops out of business. Check out all the axis, plus "C" axis on both will index at any degree.

Oh yea...some Trump shit to make this a legal post.

Those have been around for more than a decade and a half now. Not putting many shops out. Cost prohibitive. Set you back an easy million+. Mostly in aerospace shops.

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Offline Scooter trash

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1296 on: Jun 18, 2017, 16:04:10 »
The oil field customers switched over from heavy parts to gun parts to offset the oil market crash. Now because Trump is pro gun, that market has crashed! Trump needs to hint at some sort of gun control. This is where Obama was smart, his control bills were not invasive but sold a crap load of guns.
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Offline lostboy

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1297 on: Jun 18, 2017, 20:46:03 »
Agreed. But we aren't talking about a 30,000 dollar truck. You can easily biy American made, American owned beer. There are thousands of local breweries. Many who make easy drinking "session beer". But most don't buy it. They buy Bud because they put out stupid ass patronizing bullshit like camo cans with "AMERICA" plastered on it.

Don't get me wrong. I travel all over the country (and world when I'm lucky) for work. I try to drink and eat local when I do. At home though, the garage fridge is all PBR (brewed in TX by Miller). Too cheap to pass up when it's community beer.
PBR?!?!? Your sure you aren't a bible thumping ultra redneck? Lol


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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1298 on: Jun 18, 2017, 22:48:43 »
PBR?!?!? Your sure you aren't a bible thumping ultra redneck? Lol


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Nah. PBR is for us liberal hipster pussys.
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1299 on: Jun 18, 2017, 23:57:24 »
Lately if I click on this thread it seems to change subject matter every day. Starting to actually get interesting now  ;D

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1300 on: Jun 19, 2017, 01:46:44 »
Did I read in the lame stream liberal press that Emir Donald has investments in Saudi and the Emirates but none in Qatar?  So it's just a coincidence that he's encouraging them to cause financial mayhem in Doha despite the protestations of State and Defense departments.

And now Prince Kushner is changing legal teams and Trump's lawyer has a lawyer.  Are the Repubs ever going to wake up to the monster they are tied to?

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1301 on: Jun 19, 2017, 07:10:22 »
Nah. PBR is for us liberal hipster pussys.

Lol all of my friends keep their fridge stocked with that stuff.


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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1302 on: Jun 19, 2017, 16:41:51 »
Lol all of my friends keep their fridge stocked with that stuff.


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Keep an eye on them... Before you know it they'll be taking your guns and installing Lenin statues in the courthouse lawn.
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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1303 on: Jun 19, 2017, 16:44:34 »
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Offline lostboy

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Re: Bikers for Trump
« Reply #1304 on: Jun 19, 2017, 16:55:37 »
Keep an eye on them... Before you know it they'll be taking your guns and installing Lenin statues in the courthouse lawn.
Hahaha. That was actually very funny. Nah, cmon man these hipster liberal guys near me won't drink anything that isn't craft or microbrew.

You're more of a hillbilly hiding in liberal hipster swag, even drinking their beer. Lol


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