Latest Purchase v.WHATEVER

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  1. dpwu32

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    2014 Gibson Les Paul
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    New guitar strings
    New guitar case
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    Protein bars
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  2. HairyAss

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  3. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    But what if they suck? :lol:
     
  4. HairyAss

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    The team I've supported for the last 15 years is the Ottawa Senators - can they be any worse than that?!?
     
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    Hopefully they'll snag Erik Karlsson for you. :)
     
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  6. Gooch

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    New board and wetsuit for my 8 year old. He has been using mine and belly riding it into the rocks. This is more for me than him:)
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  7. David Puddy

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    Husqvarna chainsaw pants, Helly Hanson steel toe rubber boots, 6 pack of nitrile Hyflex, 2 litres of bar & chain oil, Stihl auto chain sharpener, 24' Featherlite extension ladder, 8' aluminum step ladder
     
  8. 17

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    seadoo rental in the harbour

    so much fun
     
  9. never_be_sold

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    thoughts on the auto sharpener?
     
  10. Matt30

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    Cheap projector so we can do this
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  11. Wayne

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    Hand saw, paint stir bit.

    After hand nailing quarter round trim in one room today, I think tomorrow morning I am buying an electric brad nailer.
     
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  12. dpwu32

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    This.

    Considering picking one up from my local shop.
     
  13. Lex Lucas

    feels good.

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    I did this yesterday (Saturday) at 11am as well. Second time doing it, and the conditions during my time slot were awesome. I wiped out in the Basin and now my sunglasses are at the bottom of the harbour.
     
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  14. 17

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    We were 1pm
    The person I was with wiped out twice, once by McNab’s and once under the old bridge :lol: We got lucky with some pilot boat wake jumps, but my body was so sore yesterday
     
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  15. David Puddy

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    medium so far. it takes the chain down in the wrong part of the tooth. i might move to switching out chains. i'm trying to finesse the chain sharpening route for quick turn around right now.
    i have a die grinder style electric sharpener i use that works pretty well, and then for every 3 or 4th tooth sharpen ill file down the rakes
     
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  16. Wayne

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    ...repairing wifes PC
     
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    I am the captain now
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  18. tribeachpunk

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  19. Wayne

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    Nice boat!

    Also I think you win... (who has the most toys wins)
     
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    Fuck that’s a nice way to drop a big stack of money.

    Jet boats are a blast
     
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  21. dpwu32

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    If it’s the “most” toys, I’d hazard a guess that I’d win by a landslide. I’ve spent about $5k on actual toys (LEGO etc) in the first ten days of this month (on top of $10-12k last month).

    If it’s nicest, most expensive toys, I definitely lose. :lol:
     
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  22. Grifter

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    I'm gonna go with *Adult* toys. Stubbing your toe or stepping on 10-12k in Lego? That's a lot of pain. (Father of an 8 and 3 year old speaking).
     
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  23. HairyAss

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  24. Grifter

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    While I wasn't expecting this to be literal.... I didn't expect what I saw when I clicked the link either.... And yes, I was a little scared to click the link...
     
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  25. HairyAss

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    It’s a Seattle institution. Even Bill Gates will go and stand in line for a bag o’ Dicks.
     
  26. Grifter

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    Well hopefully that one takes its time till they have a location in the maratimes. Most guys there are just getting used to having Five Guys in their mouth. Don't want to shock them too much. I know I'll always remember the first time I had Five Guys in my mouth when I moved to Alberta. Such a tasty shock! Took awhile to recover from that one. :lol:
     
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    I expected more from five guys tbh :o
     
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  28. Grifter

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    Not everyone has such a "diverse" or "experienced" a pallet as you do bud. Some of us are overwhelmed by Five Guys in our mouth. :lol:
     
  29. David Puddy

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    5kg of head on, tail on FAO 21 shrimp,
    3 rib prime rib rack,
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    triple lock carabiner, fixed pin rope grab and a flip line (for tree climbing)
     
  30. Cheddar

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    Could you please be a little more specific regarding the shrimp?
     
  31. 17

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    the shakes are ON POINT THO
     
  32. Grifter

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    :scratch:





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  33. RoryTate

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    I ordered a backup camera for the rv trailer. I'm tired of backing up completely blind into tight camp sites.
     
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  34. HairyAss

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    Only slightly related - had the hitch installed on the new Ascent. I have never been so impressed by a hitch installation - hidden in the bumper, easy access to everything, such a nice, slick way to mount the hitch. The number of times I swore at the one on our Grand Caravan. Night and day.
     
  35. Boots

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