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    Originally posted by Aaron Cake:
    <STRONG>My boss has nitrous on his Mustang. To prevent idiots from screwing with it, he added a key switch. Perhaps we should do the same?

    On another note, I have a friend who I drove around las night. Sure enough, every time I leave the car, she has to push all the buttons...Some people .</STRONG>
    Post some pics... Not of the car, but of "she" ...


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    Originally posted by dos4who?:
    <STRONG>Post some pics... Not of the car, but of "she" ...


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    you are kidding. right?

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    Oh dear. I started something. Maybe I'll post pictures off all my relavent "she's".
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    UH-OH!!! I sense cat pictures... That's all the internet needs... MORE D@MN CAT PICTURES

    heh

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    Originally posted by magnetik:
    <STRONG>you are kidding. right?

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    All in good fun - I was having a slow day at work

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    So I gues she really knows how to "push your buttons" ok. that was lame.

    Most ( although I know not all ) of us are men, and we have an inherrant weakness - woman.

    But when a good looking girl hops in for a ride, lets face it, she can play with whatever she wants.

    Props to katnip if she is still out there - the coolest chick with an mp3player I know.
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    Originally posted by dos4who?:
    <STRONG>All in good fun - I was having a slow day at work

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    ill let it slide!!!! hehehehe!

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    Yeah, I hate people messing with my stuff.
    I want my setup to look stock, but I have barely enough to even get it in.
    I have a double Din dash, so I am going to be able to get my 4x40 LCD to fit in the bottom slot. Or maybe the top, I haven't decided yet.

    I am going to build a cover for my Keypad so that I can make it like disappear, I saw it on the IBM Keypad, it has this flip-down cover thing.
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    Originally posted by dos4who?:
    <STRONG>UH-OH!!! I sense cat pictures... That's all the internet needs... MORE D@MN CAT PICTURES
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    Nope, no cat pictures. Mostly because I don't have a cat...
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    Originally posted by Aaron Cake:
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    On another note, I have a friend who I drove around las night. Sure enough, every time I leave the car, she has to push all the buttons .</STRONG>
    I have the same problem, and then after pressing all the buttons and not getting things to do what ever they were expecting, i normally say, "only i know how to turn the stuff on, and i don't tell other people how to do so, this way they don't play with the buttons" this normally brings the button pushing to a temporary stop (then it starts again in about 10 minutes)

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