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    A growler full of cider from chain yard. It’s super tasty.


    Before that was a $300 ticket I got coming home from New Brunswick. Got my company to pay it tho :o
     
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  2. PirateSteve

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    I picked up a new hockey stick for the upcoming season. Sportchek has CCM Ribcor regular $319 on for $159 and then I had a $25 discount code, so ended up at $134.
     
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  3. dpwu32

    Is it summer yet?

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    Three growlers, two 4 packs, and a crowler for the weekend.
    Tank of gas
    Some groceries
    New Alkaline Trio and Passenger albums
     
  4. Mitch

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    Was nice of you to pick up some cider for your wife.
     
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  5. 17

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    Fucking fight me
     
  6. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    New toy for catching them durrrs

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  7. Mitch

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    Anytime, just put down your purse.
     
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    I have an aversion to wheat since everytime I drink beer I seem to fight bigtime allergies the next day. Rum and cider (sugar) don’t seem to give me that issue. I’m a bitch if I drink it, but a bigger bitch if I don’t :lol:
     
  9. Mitch

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    You don’t need to explain to me, I’ve known you were a bitch for years.

    Mic drop


    I’m done
     
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    Damn who am I? Beaker? :cryfawk:
     
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  11. Matt30

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    I'm not a big cider fan but can confirm that Chainyard gets the dick hard a little bit
     
  12. Grifter

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    Picked this up today...

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  13. Boots

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    Just got my knife back from him. Did an awesome job!
     
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    Excellent, I'll continue referring others his way :)
     
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  15. Boots

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    Everything I need to do a valve check/adjustment on the S2K

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    300$ worth of stain
     
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    12 rolls of shin pad tape and a new stick. Hockey season starts this week!
     
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    Ice hockey Oct 6th for me, but ball hockey league starts Sunday...pumped.
     
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    I say shin pad tape here and people look at me like an idiot.
     
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    Worth getting? I'm a few hundred hours into Monster Hunter World and need a break from getting beat up.
     
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    It's awesome. Haven't put it down yet.
     
  22. Scott

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    ledzzzz

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  23. Boots

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    drop in kit?
     
  24. Scott

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    yup. Just replaced the bulbs. took 5min

     
  25. Boots

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    Nice. I did that with the interior bulbs on the S2K. Was thinking of doing LEDs headlights for the Element though.
     
  26. Scott

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    I've been going back n forth between LED or a HID kit. I've got projectors and they make a really nice HID kit, $250. I also like the simplicity of just swapping the bulbs for LED. But for the money, to do it right, HID seems to be the best option, at least for my truck.
     
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    I have an LED kit for my car is ridiculous how bright it is, and it wasn't a cheap amazon one so there are no blind spots good beam throw, i also have projectors
     
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    I was looking at the Morimoto 2 Stroke v2 bulbs. Morimoto seems to be a solid name. What kit did you go with?
     
  29. MRA

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    2002 Corvette Z06

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    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    Jesus H Christ, Matty, that's no econo-box compact! :)
     
  31. MRA

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    time to buy a real car lol, it's stupid fast
     
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  32. RoryTate

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    What's with the stance nation boards to get over a curb lip?
     
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    my driveway is a steepish hill, front scrapes bad if i dont use the boards
     
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    Morimoto makes great kits, I cant remember who made mine i'll have to check.
     
  35. Scott

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    Yeah, had the foglight kit in my Silverado. Really nice quality.
     

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