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  1. GokartPilot

    GokartPilot Well-Known Member

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    Well I think I finally took a picture you might be able to see. I tried so many different light conditions, brought it in the house a few times, wife thought I was trying to keep it warm, quite the ice cube first thing in the morning.

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    I will try and get something posted this weekend.

    Ooorah :Thumbsup:

    That would be to easy :biggrin5:
     
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    It was my first "mod"...ordered before I got the car!
     
  4. Friskie

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    'Bout the only folk who know what Bravo-Zulu means are those who spent some time upon the raging sea. Care to elaborate?
     
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    Bravo Zulu is a naval signal, typically conveyed by flaghoist or voice radio, meaning "Well Done"; in addition to U.S. naval forces, it has also been used as part of vernacular slang within NATO and other Allied naval forces. It can be combined with the "negative" signal, spoken or written NEGAT, to say "NEGAT Bravo Zulu", or "not well done".

    Interesting.
     
  6. GokartPilot

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    I was wondering how many eyebrows were going to raise when seeing this. I wasn't trying to confuse anyone, just trying come up with a diffrent way of giving kudos to Mr Doug. :Thumbsup:

    26 years in the Marine Corps.
     
  7. KittyMini

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    Thank you for your service :Thumbsup:
     
  8. GokartPilot

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    Retired now, but you are very welcome! :)
     
  9. Friskie

    Friskie Well-Known Member

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    Semper Fi shipmate!
     
  10. mattc85

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    ↑That's AWESOME!↑ Gir was so funny. I have several seasons of Invader Zim on dvd. I'm gonna sing the doom song now....
     
  11. KittyMini

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    Doug is awesome and makes an awesome product... I've had one of his knobs on all 3 of my MINIs.

    Make sure to post a pic when you get it :Thumbsup:
     
  12. Justa Jim

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    Interesting. In the Army we just said "well done". :)
     
  13. KittyMini

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    That looks fantastic!!!! Doug did an amazing job! :Thumbsup: