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usctrojanGT3 10-27-2015 04:01 PM


Originally Posted by AC SATCO (Post 12703192)
I SEE THESE PICTURES AND THINK TO MYSELF...............JEEZ I GOT TO START WORKING HARDER!!!

Yeah, tell me about it...time to get a 3rd job. :banghead:

Money2536 10-27-2015 04:27 PM

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I was messing around with my Fenix flashlight attempting to "light paint."

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osu s2k 10-27-2015 04:48 PM

^ you could perform surgery in that garage

lax01 10-27-2015 05:13 PM

Somebody got suckered with the Griot's Garage catalog...

Money2536 10-27-2015 05:17 PM


Originally Posted by lax01 (Post 12706133)
Somebody got suckered with the Griot's Garage catalog...

Yeah, Griot got me about 15 years ago. It reminds me of the old Sear's catalog days when I was a kid.

DRPM 10-27-2015 10:40 PM

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4 is gone to a new RL home

inactiveuser7616 10-27-2015 11:05 PM

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Simple, but effective.
Currently looking for a new home simply for a bigger garage as I'm single so no need for big house.
The M is just keeping the spot warm for the arrival of the GT.

inactiveuser7616 10-27-2015 11:08 PM

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Shelving from Blazin Bell Tech in AZ. Great stuff for garages.

Nacelle 10-27-2015 11:48 PM

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The former.... and the current

doubleurx 10-28-2015 12:47 AM


Originally Posted by Lodi (Post 12705147)
I had some concerns about the field as well. We have discussed it extensively. He is very passionate about architecture and needs to do some discovery on his own. Maybe he will find out that it is not for him, but he wants to give it a chance. He is a bright young man and will find the right career path just like we did. I started in advertising and psychology and ended up in technology. Go figure!

I'm an Architect as well. It is a very difficult field for financial success. The only real way is to own your own firm, and be lucky. It can be very rewarding though. The schooling is pretty brutal and 5 years minimum. Then followed by 3 or so years as an intern, then 36 hours of exams to be licensed. You have to love it. Thankfully I do!

Serge944 10-28-2015 02:17 AM

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mooty 10-28-2015 03:06 AM


Originally Posted by doubleurx (Post 12707454)
I'm an Architect as well. It is a very difficult field for financial success. The only real way is to own your own firm, and be lucky. It can be very rewarding though. The schooling is pretty brutal and 5 years minimum. Then followed by 3 or so years as an intern, then 36 hours of exams to be licensed. You have to love it. Thankfully I do!

day 4
12 hour design exam
I had bad fever
ate cup o noodle for breadst now I have tummy ache in addition to fever. I dos brig my favorite stuffed animal I kid u not. I passed all 9 exam one shot. how I did it I have no idea. then I was in bed two straight days as I can't get out of it from my fever.

very rewarding yes
u for to
have he passion

the schooling part was most fun
4 year BA in arch, Cal
2 year M Arch, Cal
slave labor did sharper image circuit city cost plus
I do
have find memory of drinking mocha with lots of girls who needed me to do their sections and models. but the reward they provided was worthy of my efforts lol



Originally Posted by Lodi (Post 12705147)
I had some concerns about the field as well. We have discussed it extensively. He is very passionate about architecture and needs to do some discovery on his own. Maybe he will find out that it is not for him, but he wants to give it a chance. He is a bright young man and will find the right career path just like we did. I started in advertising and psychology and ended up in technology. Go figure!

sound like a bright young man. best of luck

CAlexio 10-28-2015 04:37 AM

Interesting, I hadn't pictures Mooty as an architect

Drifting 10-28-2015 05:04 AM

I thought Mooty posted earlier that he WAS an architect

Mooty are you still working as an architect, or doing something else now?

1q2w3e4r 10-28-2015 05:10 AM


Originally Posted by Dave 86 930 Fl (Post 12682909)
No GT3 (yet), but lots of space to work on cars. I also have my office in the garage.

Braver than I using a hoist without bolting it to the floor!


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