Discussion in 'General Pictures & Videos' started by Genius_GZA, Jun 28, 2002.
Clean shaven for the first time in 2 years.
Another awesome picture bro!
How do you take those sweet ass pics? Don't tell me you use a timer?
"Gillette's new quadruple blade design allows the cleanest shave seen in 20 years*.
The Best A Man Can Get."
*The promptly discontinued 1996 piano wire razor.
Very nice Xtreme, looking better and better there! I know how it feels for I've lost about 14kg since May myself (doing crossfit now at least 4 days a week). Keep it going, man
I went on a Ride:
Looking well there
As for me, 4 months of crossfit, approx. 15 kg less :>
Second from the right in the back.
Looking great bro!
Decided this would be a better location to post some pics from work:
The Milling Machinery i use mostly:
A few more pics:
Here's a small video of the lathe in action:
Last but not least a failed pic of me, i don't do well with cameras, never did >.< ....
Awesome picture bro!
To be honest i almost forgot how you look in real life. The last pic of you i remember was at a car show or something but i looked the good looking girls on that picture rather than you though so your image was kinda blurry in my mind.
Sorry for that...
No problem, i was looking at the girls to, why do you think i was grinning back then .
Hehehehehehe... the way it should be XD
Strike straight from Fallout. XD
Yup, i felt right at home with the Workshop XD, actually the funniest thing with FO was that even in real life when i had an empty can of soda or similar stuff i thought to myself that i need to keep it i need to craft with it, luckily i would come pretty soon to my senses lol.
With all the machines there, you could actually craft stuff. xd
We crafted lots of stuff, especially us there handling the classic/manual machinery, we don't just work with production but also craft various pieces needed for other sections to do their job.
Looking great strike.
Thanks Snicko .
Manual lathes, mills... My gosh those were the times, seems like a lifetime ago :> I only operate CNC mills now at work and they do everything on their own basically.
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