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    1. #76
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      Quote Originally Posted by freedo84gti View Post
      i enjoyed the "acme" hole
      just watched. that was a good one. took me a second.
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      Empathy isn't hard. You don't have to feel what other people feel to be understanding or trust that not everyone has the same perspective.

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      Working my way through these for the first time. Fantastic!

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      Quote Originally Posted by G0to60 View Post
      Working my way through these for the first time. Fantastic!
      I want to start again!

      Don't worry, when you get to what's now the 'end', there will be more to come. They have at least a few episodes left before Binky is on the road.
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      Proletariat, Bourgeoise - Everybody smellin' my potpourri...

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      Quote Originally Posted by freedo84gti View Post
      i enjoyed the "acme" hole

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      I've been watching since the beginning! I hate how long the gaps are in between episodes. Understandable.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Air and water do mix View Post
      So who else would've come up with Lycraglass?
      I know using soft cotton and fleece have been popular in the car stereo crowd, but lycra is a new one. I would have saturated the inner and middle portion before stretching the outer lip, to minimize the sag in the gap, but as it's only a buck, I guess the bondo isn't too offensive.
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      New episode!

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      Yesssssssssss

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      Yay!!!

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      Awwww... now that I've watched it I'm at maximum wait time for the next one.

      My wife and kids always wonder why I'm chuckling at my iPad with the headphones on, which I mostly do when a new episode of Project Binky comes out.
      Quote Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
      Proletariat, Bourgeoise - Everybody smellin' my potpourri...

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      I can't believe they've been at it for 3 1/2 years already and I've been watching it since the first post.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Death-Incarnate View Post
      I can't believe they've been at it for 3 1/2 years already and I've been watching it since the first post.
      Samesies.


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      Quote Originally Posted by sirswank! View Post
      I know using soft cotton and fleece have been popular in the car stereo crowd, but lycra is a new one. I would have saturated the inner and middle portion before stretching the outer lip, to minimize the sag in the gap, but as it's only a buck, I guess the bondo isn't too offensive.
      Didn't Nik say that the widened set is intended to be a mold for proper composite arches?

      I have loved watching this whole series. If I need background noise while doing something techy then it's Binky time.
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      Yessss!!
      The past vehicles.
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      These guys rock


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      Quote Originally Posted by turbinepowered View Post
      Didn't Nik say that the widened set is intended to be a mold for proper composite arches?

      I have loved watching this whole series. If I need background noise while doing something techy then it's Binky time.

      He did say that. It is good to see them get an award for their work as well.

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      Quote Originally Posted by nmcrar View Post
      He did say that. It is good to see them get an award for their work as well.
      It is indeed! I signed on to support their Patreon effort too; I'm willing to pay for Binky content!

      Seriously considering one of those "Make the Noise" shirts, but shipping from UK is going to be almost as much as the shirt.
      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
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      This newest episode was the first one I have actually had time to watch. Holy cow have I been missing out. Very high quality work from these guys!

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      Have loved this build since the beginning, but am I just being dense? I don't get what the "PTO" on the subframe brace refers to?
      Quote Originally Posted by sosumi on the B6 S4 V8
      It sounds like a giant shotgun and then like a bunch of ground up Yugo's in a cement mixer followed by weeks of silence interspersed by wails from the owner.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ArmenB View Post
      Have loved this build since the beginning, but am I just being dense? I don't get what the "PTO" on the subframe brace refers to?
      "Please Turn Over." He referenced not being sure whether those pieces would be "invisible" with the car in normal operations, and he does mention a rallying past on several occasions.
      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
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      Quote Originally Posted by yeayeayea View Post
      This newest episode was the first one I have actually had time to watch. Holy cow have I been missing out. Very high quality work from these guys!
      It's hilarious from the very beginning, and some of it is serious fabrication porn.
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      Quote Originally Posted by turbinepowered View Post
      "Please Turn Over." He referenced not being sure whether those pieces would be "invisible" with the car in normal operations, and he does mention a rallying past on several occasions.
      Ah, of course. And the excessive amount of labor put into a sly joke is the perfect fit for this build. Thanks.
      Quote Originally Posted by sosumi on the B6 S4 V8
      It sounds like a giant shotgun and then like a bunch of ground up Yugo's in a cement mixer followed by weeks of silence interspersed by wails from the owner.

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      Quote Originally Posted by turbinepowered View Post
      "Please Turn Over." He referenced not being sure whether those pieces would be "invisible" with the car in normal operations, and he does mention a rallying past on several occasions.
      Thank you!


      I didn't get it either.
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      Quote Originally Posted by whiteboy1 View Post
      Thank you!


      I didn't get it either.
      I had to get it explained to me too, I'm just passing it along

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      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
      There is an area of a normal brain that lets the owner know the object works and needs to be left alone. Not all of us have it. It is like being colorblind.

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      a little late for this, but check out their channel for an April Fools video about "how to TIG weld a broken teacup".

      no link for you, do some legwork once in a while.
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