I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

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Re: RE: Re: I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

Postby woodenvisions » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:15 pm

I knew it was a matter of time before someone acknowledged that lol.
Yeah, RZ is a little bit out there.

Oh wait .....
Are you referring to the music video OR the flood video ??
Either way, both are unstoppable and out of control.

Just one of those days yesterday ya know :)
GRailsback wrote:Woody, that video is nuts.


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Re: I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

Postby GRailsback » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:24 pm

The flooding video. Guess that dealer is going to find out how good his insurance is.
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Postby woodenvisions » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:32 pm

Yeah, its a shame.
That area has been known to do this in the past, but I've never seen it this bad. Its a real busy major highway that connects Pennsylvania thru Nj into NYC.
There is a river nearby that floods very often called the Passaic which I believe this body of water dumps into.
Little Falls, Clifton, Wayne are all subject to this unfortunate occurrence.
Very disheartening to realize that people will be without everything they had only hours before.
GRailsback wrote:The flooding video. Guess that dealer is going to find out how good his insurance is.


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Re: I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

Postby GRailsback » Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:08 am

Yes, flooding is devestating. You basically haul everything you own to the curb, then you still have to clean up a nasty mess. Much differnt than the wild fires. We have had our share of flooding down here. And some wild fires not far from here a few years back. I have been very fortunate through all of it, so far.
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Re: I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

Postby Boots » Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:30 am

Woodie, I have purposely waited to comment on this post until I can find the exact proper words to express what I see:

IT’S A MODERN ART MASTERPIECE!!!!

When you mentioned that you wanted to show the little one something special, it prompted a memory of mine of something I have always wanted to see since I was a little guy and might be within an easier driving distance for you guys the New Berlin. Few people know about it, but the place is a legend in flying circles, even amongst the most jaded, steelie eyed test pilots. If you want to get a flavor for the era beforehand, rent The Great Waldo Pepper, the only great Redford role outside of the Sundance Kid, which featured film locations in Texas. The Great War pilots and Barnstormers lasted even less than the cattle drives, only about 10 or 12 years. I had the honor of meeting pilots like that as a kid; like street cops and soldiers and firefighters and steelwalkers and rodeo riders, they have the souls of a poet and balls of case hardened steel.

A little person’s imagination will take flight when you give it wings, I learned that from my dad who was one dern fine aviator.

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Talk about having courage, guys flying around in canvas string bags built out of wood buggy parts with engines burning kerosene. That is guts defined.
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Re: I call it the Rob Zombie Burger

Postby Williep » Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:52 am

That's one bad look'in burger.
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