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Old 10-18-2005, 11:56 PM   #21
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My Alma Mater...keep things in check there repin, and when you pass by the architectural classes say hi to my friend Melissa for me, cute lil thing, about 5'-2", thin, nice smile.

Oh ya, the Bonneville they never did anything like that when I was there.
Which classes are those My mechanical engineering *** doesn't know
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whoa whoa whoa........were those taillights GOLD?!? look at the moulding left where the lines would be, its gold
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hmm, interesting. As I was approaching the car from I distance, I was all like "oh, those are 90/91 LE/SE tails, they'll be of no use to me"


When I look again, it really does look like SSE tails with the plastic ribbing missing.


full-size (cropped) close up
it might even be paint, who knows
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Old 10-19-2005, 12:04 AM   #24
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My Alma Mater...keep things in check there repin, and when you pass by the architectural classes say hi to my friend Melissa for me, cute lil thing, about 5'-2", thin, nice smile.

Oh ya, the Bonneville they never did anything like that when I was there.
Which classes are those My mechanical engineering A$$ doesn't know
Dood, CAD labs, there right near wihere the Mech boys have classes, Arch and Mech share rooms. The fish bowl is the most famous architectural room. Tell ya what, from the MAIN entrance doors, walk past the Reg office, turn left at the main stairs down to the caf/bookstore, you'll see a wall of glass with seats there, look down, its a big 2 storey room outfitted with desks with data connections for those damn laptops. Back when I was in first year, it was a drafting studio...now its a laptop lab...bah! Down there, you will find more doors on the left, that lead to the computer labs (ie the CAD/CAM) institute, I spent 3 years there Melissa is there too, I she worked in my office, I love er, shes a good friend.
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ohhhh, there. My locker is RIGHT near there and yeah, I have CAD class in B111a... Ted Tracewicz. Ring a bell?
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The classes, yes, teacher sadly no, do you know Mark Kurdi, Ken Snell, Bob Topping...one of the teachers...err ya, Thea Browne was in my program at the same time...apparently shes pregnant with Mark Kurdis child....eeeewwwww

When I found this out, I nearly retched...Mark is an ENORMOUS man, Thea is no tiny tina either

*ah Sheridan*
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lol, Kurdi and Snell seem to ring a bell, but I have none of them.

Mozammel Khan for Applied Mechanics I, Srinivas Ganapathyraju (I swear I didn't cheat in spelling that) for Mechanical Drafting, Lynda Graham for Math... are the more prominent teachers I've got.
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Nice southeast Asian influence right there!

I'll tell ya reps, I CANNOT imagine Thea and Mark bumpin uglies if ya know what I mean. :o Once you realize who Mark is, we'll be on the same page.

I should stop in one day for ***** and giggles.
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That looks like a regular cassette deck? Doesn't look like a CD player to me. I'll check in person tomorrow, the pics don't show it that great.


I suspect that this car might have been a fire dept. guinea pic also. The rocker panels aren't really bent up as one might expect in an 'accident' like this. The only thing I could thing of theoretically is rearending a tractor trailer, but that would be quite bloody...

the car was donated by a towing company, btw.
think it could have been flipped? like loosing control and just having the side tires catch something/traction at the _wrong_ time and boom flips right over. notice how the thing from the ac compressor is hanging down under the bumper maybe it like ran up something and tipped over like a ramp for something, i dunno im just shooting ideas out there
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hmm, interesting. As I was approaching the car from I distance, I was all like "oh, those are 90/91 LE/SE tails, they'll be of no use to me"


When I look again, it really does look like SSE tails with the plastic ribbing missing.


full-size (cropped) close up
it might even be paint, who knows
man that would look sexy on our cars lol but mines already black lol i think it would look good on the gold ones and the blue ones, maybe even the burgundy ones, id leave it black on the white ones tho, it matches the trim better and i really love the white on black on our gen bonnevilles
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