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love the last decal....
i may sound like an idiot, but what the hell is a geoduck? this is the first i've ever heard of it..... :roll:


Yeah, I googled it when he posted that. I had never heard of it either. Its pretty sick looking

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funny thing is i lived on the oregon coast for 6 years too.....lol

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The Dirty Jobs guy had a segment on them last week. Seems they're good eatin. :?

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The Dirty Jobs guy had a segment on them last week. Seems they're good eatin. :?


Ok, EWWWW!! That is nasty! Are you joking? Please say that you are....

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Nope. He ate the part you're not supposed to eat and looked like he wanted to hurl, then he ate the right part and said it was good. Blech. Cool watching them get them out of the sand without breaking them.

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Wife watched that episode, and i heard it in the back ground but never got off the comp to see it! lol..... afetr looking at it... there something just wrong about eatting it! EWWWWW!

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Listen, I live further inland than any of you. How is it you don't know about Geoducks!

Next lesson is on cow tipping.

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Listen, I live further inland than any of you. How is it you don't know about Geoducks!

Next lesson is on cow tipping.


Oh, oh pick me, pick me... I know about cow tipping!! heehee :shock: Did I really ADMIT that???

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Maybe we need to move back a few generations and discuss submarine races or snipe hunts then. :roll: :wink: :roll:

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as for geoducks, i've seen them... just never heard the phrase......... but for cow tipping...lol.
... attempted once, oh and was that a bad idea..... we went into this farmers feild one night late.... pitch black out and found a group of cows sleeping..... i was a bit hesitant about the idea... but went along with it.... as we approched this one cow, we both wisppered back and forth aa we counted down from 10....... and as we placed our hands on the cow...... apparently it had woken up and when it cried out, something seemed really wrong......
we both gave a quick shove, but no luck...... cause the next thing we noticed as we ran back accross the field...... we were now being chased by the cow....

we made the last 20yds. in lightning time..... as i dove under the electric fence , my buddie went for a leap of faith (over it)

after picking our selfs up and dusting off, we turned to see this bull! standing and grunting at us..... needless to say that was the last time i tried to tip a cow!

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OMG that is too funny Buzzer!

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Buzzer wrote:
as for geoducks, i've seen them... just never heard the phrase......... but for cow tipping...lol.
... attempted once, oh and was that a bad idea..... we went into this farmers feild one night late.... pitch black out and found a group of cows sleeping..... i was a bit hesitant about the idea... but went along with it.... as we approched this one cow, we both wisppered back and forth aa we counted down from 10....... and as we placed our hands on the cow...... apparently it had woken up and when it cried out, something seemed really wrong......
we both gave a quick shove, but no luck...... cause the next thing we noticed as we ran back accross the field...... we were now being chased by the cow....

we made the last 20yds. in lightning time..... as i dove under the electric fence , my buddie went for a leap of faith (over it)

after picking our selfs up and dusting off, we turned to see this bull! standing and grunting at us..... needless to say that was the last time i tried to tip a cow!


You didn't know you couldn't tip a bulldozer? Shame, where did you grow up.....Mars?:lol: :lol:

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Here is the revision...KJ exploding out of a volcano.
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I am probably too picky!!!!! :lol:

I would like to see a little more definition between the very top of the volcano and the plume so they don't have quite the hour glass look and although I like the flying KJ I would prefer it not be on it's top. The KJ being on it's top is like a bad omen! :wink:

Besides that I like it.

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agree.... never wanna see a kj upside down.... though it might look cool...lol

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I don't know,

I think I still like the one from "hallb4" one page 1.

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I don't know,

I think I still like the one from "hallb4" one page 1.


If I may interject - halib4's rendition is very nice, however it will not work as a vinyl decal - it is too detailed.

If the club wanted to pursue a design like that, it would need to be a printed decal which will require a minimum order of 250, and will wear out very quickly in the sun.

The vinyl (like the newer round national decal) can be done in very small batches, and will last much longer on your vehicle.

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Thanks for clarifying that for us... lets talk about just tweaking this one a little bit...right side up KJ....little different plume design...what do you guys think?

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I like it, but I have a few ideas:

1. Maybe moving the LOST KJ up and fitting a liberty in the center somehow (going up the mountain, going down the mountain...I don't know).
2. I think having a volcano that looks like that might give people the idea of "Hawaii" before Pacific NorthWest, so if we can cartoonize Mnt. St. Helens I think it would be more relevent.

I can try some again tonight, for nothing else but to just give pixeldzn some ideas. I feel bad because I know it takes awhile (for me at least) to come up with something so don't take any offence to these critiques, pixeldzn.

EDIT: I just remembered we were going with the exploding out of volcano theme. In that case, I am not sure how you could me that better.

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