I agree 100%! These things SHOULDN'T be illegal. Old fashion morals should keep people from doing stupid crap so that we DON'T have to have stupid laws and regulations. But it's unfortunate that morals aren't what they once were. Working parents can't be home to teach such things anymore.yamatitan said:I can defiently see how they are tasteless and immature. but it stills gets me mad that they ban stuff like this. Now their talking about having control over you air conditioner and crap. Whats next? No more lifts? pretty soon we are all going to be living in a communist country.
Like the clown in my town with the lifted yellow H2 Hummer with a big "TONKA" sticker in the back window? When he gets out he's a 50 year old short dorky guy. If you saw him you'd laugh.PatrickL said:Ohhh come on guys. Aren't you taking this just a little too seriously. I mean with all the things going on right now you can't just laugh at the stupidity of putting a pair of cow nuts on a guys truck. Couldn't we be more upset about that fact that people sit around and do nothing about something that really matters.
****Okay so I am off my soapbox***** okay be nice now :flamed:
How about....it is like the guy who jacks up his diesel ford, dodge, or chevy, about 4 feet, then drives around like a jackass. Isn't he compensating for something. The "prosthetic penis truck" as I like to say.
"Right minded" should be self explanitory and can be explained by any dictionary if need be. It's not a matter of what my definition of it is:GregP said:Hey Hudson,
I don't run the things and won't but exactly what, in your definition, is "right-minded?"
What have morals got to do with truck nuts? They may very well be tasteless, and I think they are, but they are certainly not immoral.
You sound like someone who wants everyone to agree with your opinion or be labeled "wrong."
Any comments? I may or may not agree with you, but I defend your right to have your own opinion.
Anyone who can't answer a kid asking about truck nuts has a real issue with talking about sex. It is natural and is nothing to be ashamed of. All they have to do is watch a farm for a few hours and they'll figure it out anyway, assuming said farm has cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, or whatever.
I once watched a couple bring their kid to the movie "Camelot" (a lot of sex and killing). They hid the kid's eyes when the sex scenes happened, but it was OK for the kid to watch soldiers graphically kill each other with blood dripping from swords as they stuck through the victim!
Personally, I'd rather have my kids grow up making love than killing other people but, then again, that's just my opinion. Yours may vary.
Quartz said:It completely escapes me why somebody would want to put a pair of fake testicles on their vehicle. Even worse a pair of fake gold plated testicles. What kind of bling is that?
I think truck nuts are stupid and tasteless and I really wonder about people who spend good money on them. However, I’m not in favor of outlawing them. If we outlawed everything that was stupid or tasteless, half of everything I’ve ever done for fun would be against the law. Besides, I’m sure there are much more important things for the Virginia legislature to worry about.
On a side note; did any body notice the look on the guy’s face? The guy is cross eyed. It looks like somebody kicked him in his nuts.
We would LOVE to fix the power grid here, but the environmentalists and general public will not let us. They won't give up the land to build new generation and substations. In fact, they are trying to force us to get rid of most of what we have now! They claim it's an eyesore!HudsonValleyTitan said:The A/C thing I just heard about there in CA. If people did the right thing and conserved energy when they're told it's needed, they again...wouldnt have to be so drastic. This one though erks me because if I want to keep it 60* and am willing to pay for it, fix your power grid so it can handle it!