Rather see them "go out with their boots on" than rot behind a velvet rope.
Years ago I read an article about vintage auto racing. The author was somewhat clutching his pearls about the high value of the cars. One of the owners was quoted as saying all the cars were documented ex race cars...
We always hauled our trash out, a couple of those big 50 gallon can liners doubled up and stuffed between the bikes on the trailer. Places we went were so remote there wasn't any trash pick up so I guess we didn't have any choice.
When Kim lobs a couple of bombs this way, the only people driving around will be those that know how to make an old engine run with points or those with a mechanical diesel.
"Man I'm glad I didn't do an LS swap on the Jimmy!"
Do they take down like a Glock, or do they still have a barrel bushing like the 1911?
That bushing is the biggest PITA compared to a modern pistol design. I still remember the first time I took my 1911 down, and spent 30 minutes looking for the spring doohickie after it shot across the room.
It is to sour the milk. Vinegar pies and cakes were used by poor people that couldn't afford things like buttermilk or fresh fruit juices. Most of the recipes trace their roots to the great depression.
Not surprised at all that the warbride neighbor had one of those recipes, coming out of...