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Hopefully these will be coming off real soon. :lol:
I put some of that blue painters masking tape under the white stick on labels to make it real easy to remove.
 

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Oh shoot, forgot about that hehee. Think im just going to leave mine as ".com" because i am optimistic that it will come back :D
 

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Heh,

Sweet.

I think my graphics are bigger though.



:p
 

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Yes but more permanent. :lol:
 

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SuperRu said:
Yes but more permanent. :lol:
I don't know, that stuff was a PITA to clean off.

Three car washes, a power sprayer, yeah nothing.

I wound up getting a spatula and scraping it off (scratched the glass a few times)
 

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Get used to it.
I consider it my greatest mod.
 

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SuperRu said:
Get used to it.
I consider it my greatest mod.
I'll skip a divorce just so I don't have to get re-married and scrape that stuff off again! :lol:
 

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Hondaslayer said:
SuperRu said:
Yes but more permanent. :lol:
I don't know, that stuff was a PITA to clean off.

Three car washes, a power sprayer, yeah nothing.

I wound up getting a spatula and scraping it off (scratched the glass a few times)
Next time use a new single edge razor blade. It will save you time, AND,
while scraping you can think about what you just did and you'll still have time to slit your wrists! :roll:
 

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Next time use a new single edge razor blade. It will save you time, AND,
while scraping you can think about what you just did and you'll still have time to slit your wrists! :roll:
That's great. :lol: Have you been married long?

Ben
 

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12 great years.
It's not as bad as the steteotype makes it seem to be, but I'm an Al Bundy fan, hence my response.
If you haven't killed each other by the end of the second year, you'll be just fine.
 

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12 great years.
It's not as bad as the steteotype makes it seem to be, but I'm an Al Bundy fan, hence my response.
If you haven't killed each other by the end of the second year, you'll be just fine.
I haven't married her yet but I've been looking at her across the dinner table for about 10 years. I'm an Al Bundy fan myself.

" A man's home is his coffin."

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Next time use a new single edge razor blade. It will save you time, AND,
while scraping you can think about what you just did and you'll still have time to slit your wrists! :roll:[/quote]

That's great. :lol: Have you been married long?

Ben[/quote]

I was in the middle of North Dakota at the time.

I had a spatula and a pocket knife on me :lol:
 

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A spatula & a pocket knife?
I can rationalize the pocket knife, but the spatula needs some explaining.
Interesting choice of tool to keep onhand?
I don't recall that listed in the service manual?
Unless you're a long distance painter or something. :lol:
 

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Boca_Yid said:
A spatula & a pocket knife?
I can rationalize the pocket knife, but the spatula needs some explaining.
Interesting choice of tool to keep onhand?
I don't recall that listed in the service manual?
Unless you're a long distance painter or something. :lol:
It was a wedding gift from my Grandmother.

My Grandfather use to make spatulas as a hobby 20 some odd years ago. She found one in the basement and gave it to me as a wedding gift. My Grandfather passed away a few years ago so it meant alot having something he made.

I also got his wedding band (I'm definately the favourite grandchild)
 
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Where can I get one of those subaru forester.com/org forum stickers???
I would really like to get one on my ride.
 

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dlroto said:
Where can I get one of those subaru forester.com/org forum stickers???
I would really like to get one on my ride.
Yeah, I think in the price negotiations for the .com domain name, I ought to take money out for the money we spent on the .com stickers we just bought.

:lol:
 
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