Avatar? Does it seem right to display more than one face for your avatar?

Asked by Jun 01, 2013 at 11:46 AM about the 1953 Hudson Hornet

Question type: General

NO face is better than two faces, as you will never know which person we are dealing with
here...an object or a moving object with an animated avatar is okay, but a little
confusing..or naughty...wouldn't it be proper to have only one face as the Avatar?...are you
with ole'  judge_roy on this?....or am I just being the usual fussy ole bastard?

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I get sick of the same old mug. A car is good....at least the person values the appearance of his or her car more so than a profile pic....I tried this, my favorite '61 cadillac, keeps bringing back tearful memories...stupid. the box in which the text comes to a point as if coming from the picture...most people do not notice or take advantage of this fact~

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the picture of "sir lancealot fixalot" was about 20 years ago, I'm also a gray haired toad, benched with MS...how else am I able to do all this for free?

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Not a big deal, really (although it DOES seem like you change yours very frequently)...I change my Facebook avatar sometimes to reflect a certain mood or attitude (i.e. sad, mad or whatever). If that's your way of expressing yourself, have at it, dude :)

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And it just so happens that I'm in one of THOSE moods, so here's my pic for today.....

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Thanks for Best Answer @ Judge :)

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can you imagine having to restore this '53 hudson fozzie bear car....it has nothing...not dual brakes, not smooth transmission, no harmonically balanced anything, non-safety windshield, no seatbelts--- -still would not cruisin' down the boulevard in one of these fully restored with white wall tires and chrome hubcaps blaring the onboard AM radio, Jon MIller on KNBR, the giants game~~yeah!

took the MINI on a field trip up sulpher bank road up to hwy 20 where I could buy Chevron with Techron, was worth the trip, pulled over a couple of times to let cyclists past on this windy twisty road...the kind the MINI was built for~


Hmm?? You changed your avatar again..is that a fuel tank? From what car..a Hudson Hornet? (never heard of this car BTW...AMC Hornet, yes..but not this car). As far as the twisties go, that why I love sportscars and why I love my MX-5..it's super agile and nimble and sooo easy to toss around! Also, love the Stability and Traction Control Systems in the MX-5..seems to help with understeer and oversteer issues that I might have at higher speeds in the corners on Interstates and highways...I still feel more comfortable using the inside lanes vs. the outer lanes (given a 3-4 lane highway scenario) in corners though..feels more secure to me.

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that gas tank is left over from the guy who wanted to put something larger than a 17.5 Gallon tank on his '72 Dodge Swinger---that tank is from a larger Chrysler---I think the '73 Fury III----used to have one~

My new avatar

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I have a design...physical form resembles a boat-tail speedster---I love the old cars...my exercise go-cart is in the form of a '38 Auburn Boat- tail speedster with running boards and suicide doors...exercise both arms and both legs independently (perfect for a amputee)...simply charges an hydraulic accumulator using hydraulic cylinders...simple...we could have a world without gasoline...using only stored exercise energy~http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auburn_Automobile


Hey David...Good to see you! Sincerely hope that all is well with the missus. Is that a "We Are The World" Avatar or what? LOL! Or maybe just an everyday shot of a crowd in Times Square in NYC?

Disposing of the Foam Cubicle is problematic, and the "Ice Pax" filled with fluid~

see that red car up there....My design simply has a few weldments and parker hydraulic 8" stroke 1/2 bore cylinders attached to moment arms and independant arc motion as one might find at the exercise kicker at the Y...connected at the back to a 10 liter bosch unit...used Autocad and the Bosch automotive designer's handbook, had 1/8 scale plots in a tube, sent it to inventhelp.com...and willis decided that you don't have 300 dollars for us and NO prototype, so we can't help you...if you could offer something we could show to our marketing department...that guy could not read a drawing...some help~ computer crashed with the designs on them, sold the HP-755 plotter (no one knows what to do with these plots)...and gave up...but seein' that running board design, bout makes me mad...the first thing I do once I pop the california lottery is make one of these cars...It is layed out...pretty much like this one...it is scary~

finally I understand DavidH25...yes more than one face...gotcha...the planes fly overhead here~

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