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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by *ASH*, Feb 24, 2017.
Is this a typo? A 30" inseam is pretty short.
My long lost brother!
Only plebs ride up front with the help.
Was about to say, I'm also 6'2" and I need 35".
I'm 6'2" too.... if I stand on the counter.
Most people aim for center mass. I aim high, for the nards.
I wouldn't be surprised if I was related to Donkey Kong.
Funnily enough, a distant relative of mine was executed during the Inquisition. I don't know if he got the rack or the comfy chair, though.
Unfortunately, no. It makes shopping for cars a massive pain since a lot of cars either don't have enough headroom or I just can't see out.
I gotcha. You aren't complaining about leg room.
Not really, was a 32 for over 40 years. I switch back and forth between 32 and 34, depending on the cut and the maker.
I worked with a guy that wore 30/38 for several years, all he wore were Levi's, and am proud to say that in 1997 found him an online source, so he could get his jeans shipped to his door. You are welcome.
Me too, only under my clothes.
Oh, I don't need a source for jeans, but thanks.
You don't think a 30" inseam is short for a man? Especially one who is 6'2"?
I'm 5'8 and a little change and I have a 30" inseam...and I have a really long torso as it is...
I like to ride in the front seat where the seatbelt cutter is because everyone knows you never keep a safety tool like a seatbelt cutter in the back........
It depends. I've worked with guys that were 38/30, and guys that were 30/38. Guys come in all shapes and sizes, just like women. The center of my universe is 38/26, after pumping out 3 kids. I'm not going to judge anyone based on dimensions.
You have it backwards. It only goes in the back.
I wasn't making a statement based on his worth as a person. It was more "that is really outside of the bell curve, am I understanding you correctly?" followed by "thanks for the clarification".
It's not a problem. Just get behind plywood, pie corners and do not drop any mags on the ground under any circumstances. Shoot very slowly and reload only from slide lock.
The back seat of the Maybach because the Champagne cooler is between the seats about shoulder level.
Why are two people involved in the cranking process? Seems like make-work for one of them.
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Duh. Government job.
But what if my ratchet is rusty?
I returned one and it was replaced but now I have another that I might try to fix.........