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Old 07-09-2011, 04:37 PM
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I'm not sure about all of you but when I am at a restaurant I need to look at the pictures in order to find out what it is that I want to eat. So, I was thinking every time I need to do something to my G I look it up in the forums and read about how to do it. What I'm thinking about doing is loading some videos up on youtube of me actually doing the work. I'll probably start off with videos showing where things are, showing how to take out the door sills and how to fix them, removing the brush guard, installing all the guards, oil changes, things like that, as that's pretty much where I am at anyways with my abilities. Let me know if you guys think it would be a good idea or if there is already something like this out there. If it works out people could send me the videos and we could make a good source for people with G's to go to who are like me and need a good visual to help them out.

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That is an awesome idea.
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Thanks, I know on pointedthree there are a lot of really great DIY photos and instructions to go along with it but I just want to kick it up to 2011 standards.
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I think it's a great idea as well. It could really help a lot of people out there.
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I dont think you could help as much as MBredux could.....?! (He has a reputable Nismo shop as in Nissan)
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Wow, really pushing for it huh. I think one post a day from you may be plenty.
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Originally Posted by scottmp123 View Post
I'm not sure about all of you but when I am at a restaurant I need to look at the pictures in order to find out what it is that I want to eat.
I actually avoid restaurants with pictures of the food, in this order:

-Pictures of the food in the menu: Sometimes useful for regional places, kick down a notch.
-Pictures of food on the walls inside: Lower your expectations considerably, walk away if you saw another place close by.
-Pictures of the food on the outside of restaurant: Walk past quickly, make no eye contact with anyone inside.
-Pictures of the food outside, plus the words "tourist menu", plus a guy trying to pull you in: Run in opposite direction, fast!
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I actually avoid restaurants with pictures of the food, in this order:

-Pictures of the food in the menu: Sometimes useful for regional places, kick down a notch.
-Pictures of food on the walls inside: Lower your expectations considerably, walk away if you saw another place close by.
-Pictures of the food on the outside of restaurant: Walk past quickly, make no eye contact with anyone inside.
-Pictures of the food outside, plus the words "tourist menu", plus a guy trying to pull you in: Run in opposite direction, fast!
Haha! Thanks for the advise.. duly noted.
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