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Old 03-27-2006, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default top ten things I have learned about this hobby as a newly-noob

10. Wife thinks you are going through a mid-life crisis when she finds out you are playing with radio controlled cars...
9. Nothing like the smell of nitro in the morning
8. Show up to an RC event only to find that once again the nice looking women have failed to show up.....again..
7. Those with tiny hands have an advantage with those god d$5mn e-clips
6. The key to life is to be financially stable to hop up your car and still be able to hop-up the wife with a little bling.
5. You cant get 2.9% financing on these cars
4. Even my televison manual comes with CLEAR, CONCISE, and DETAILED set of directions (in 5 languages mind you)
3. If it were easy everyone would do it
2. Premium fuel is at 2.75 a gallon....Rc fuel is 25.99 per gallon and a half...quit your bitching

and the number one thing i have learned about this hobby as a newly-noob
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10. Wife thinks you are going through a mid-life crisis when she finds out you are playing with radio controlled cars...
9. Nothing like the smell of nitro in the morning
8. Show up to an RC event only to find that once again the nice looking women have failed to show up.....again..
7. Those with tiny hands have an advantage with those god d$5mn e-clips
6. The key to life is to be financially stable to hop up your car and still be able to hop-up the wife with a little bling.
5. You cant get 2.9% financing on these cars
4. Even my televison manual comes with CLEAR, CONCISE, and DETAILED set of directions (in 5 languages mind you)
3. If it were easy everyone would do it
2. Premium fuel is at 2.75 a gallon....Rc fuel is 25.99 per gallon and a half...quit your bitching

and the number one thing i have learned about this hobby as a newly-noob
RcTech.net is a helpful informative website that is the only source out there for beginners and the advanced hobbyist.
10. Girl friend thinks I'm childish palying with toy cars
9. or late at night keeps u awake
8. I know what u mean
7. I use tweezers to hold them
6. or Girl friend
4. What are instructions fro anyway
2. Come here to oz we pay $1.20 a litre 4.56 a gallon
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