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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by cRoy, May 26, 2009.

  1. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    It's definitely chilly brrrr
     
  2. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    There's a direct relationship between age and how much you care to spend on clothing :rofl:
     
  3. HairyAss

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    I’ve never liked to spend money on clothing. I’m actually willing to spend a bit more at this point in life to get quality though.
     
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  4. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    Gerber US Assist S30V and about to order another Gerber Outrigger. With importation of anything with a thumb stud pretty much banned, I'm stocking up while they still exist.
     
  5. tribeachpunk

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    I'm still running a Toshiba C650 I bought in April 2011 for $399..!
    I'm finally considering getting something new but I'm pretty attached.
     
  6. dpwu32

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    Mine was a C670 that I bought around the same time. :lol:
     
  7. Boots

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    some S2000 parts. Going to regrease my shifter over the winter to keep it shifting silky smooth

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  8. HairyAss

    Cheese on Toast

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    "regrease my shifter"

    NSFW
     
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    teenage dirtbag

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    Mine was also a 650. I only replace it because the case was broken and opening and closing it was going to snap it totally. I couldn’t throw it away since it still works perfect so it’s a server. The Lenovo I replaced it with is nicer but won’t last like that
     
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    pair of carhartt pants for work.
     
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  11. tribeachpunk

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    The only problem with my 650 is the battery. I need to stay plugged in, the battery is toast. I bought a replacement battery like a year ago, the 650 wouldn't recognize it.... so I'm still plugged in. I can't imagine getting a replacement half as good as this.. :(
     
  12. Boots

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    Scored on a mess up at Best Buy. Got 4 Google Home Mini's .. they had them on 2 for $39.99 :rofl:
     
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    A belt buckle that turns into a beer holder
     
  14. Goodson

    internets!

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    weathertech floor mats
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    new pair of kicks
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  15. 17

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    fight me
     
  16. Wayne

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    Something to relearn on.

    Also bought the wife digital piano...maybe we can start a band. Sounds better than coding.

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  17. Beaker

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    New jeans as well
    Watch for gf for Xmas
    Purse and wristlet from a way overpriced store for gf for Xmas

    Almost done shopping for her. Just need slippers and a vase.
     
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    internets!

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  19. Miss Shawty

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    I started making my tea at home since Tim's medium teas are now $2 each. Greg and I both get one, it was getting pretttty pricey. But this morning I forgot my tea at home in the kitchen, so I had to buy a tea! :kekeke: First time in weeks!
     
  20. ouird

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    A lil bit of leather to make stuff.

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    you need to post more of the things you've made.
     
  22. ouird

    I'm Weird

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    After Xmas I will. A lot of stuff I have pictures for now, now are gifts for the family.
     
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  23. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Posting on Ouirds behalf....

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    Shit! He did a nice job on those for you!
     
  26. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Well I mean... Not for me.... But he's been persistently inboxing me photos of his latest creations. I'm in no way interested but who am I to discourage his creative outlet?
     
  27. Boots

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    Little Christmas gift to myself for the car :cool:

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  28. Wayne

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    $271 for a pump for my fucking washing machine
     
  29. HairyAss

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    Installed?
     
  31. Wayne

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    No, just the part. Could have got it online $50 cheaper but fuck it, I was already in the store when I was price shocked.
     
  32. Mitch

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    That seems like a lot, I’d probably just buy a new washer :lol:
     
  33. Wayne

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    Yeah, and it's a 10 min job to replace. Washer is a quality machine, hate to spend 4x partpcost for a new one...but I did consider it.
     
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  34. Boots

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    32 feet of trim, a baseboard radiator, door jambs, door casing, bunch of electrical outlets, a lightswitch and a thermostat. Now the fun part.
     
  35. Lex Lucas

    feels good.

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    Google Wifi 3-pack and an 8 port switch
     

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