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

  1. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    500 sq ft worth of Blueskin and Durospan 1" rigid insulation. whole front of the house foundation is getting the water proof treatment tomorrow. big excavator day
     
  2. Wayne

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    Some foam mats for the baby playroom, more baby stuff, then some more baby stuff... :$$$::rofl:
     
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  3. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    No primer?
     
  4. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    2 gal of primer too

    also 12' of 10' sonotube and 3 x big foots. having the excavator here all day i might as well do footings for our front porch
     
  5. HairyAss

    Cheese on Toast

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    Oyster Po’ boy. Damn, it was good!

    I have next Friday off so also bought 2x ski passes at one of the larger ski hills near us (Steven’s Pass) for my wife and I to sneak away for the day. Kids are going to be pissed.
     
  6. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    No roller?
     
  7. chainsaw

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    some Doge. ready for the blastoff :rofl:
     
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  8. Gooch

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    How did you buy it?
    I am thinking 500 in doge coin might be worth the gamble
     
  9. 17

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    If you want to gamble on non internet vapour crypto, BB stock is looking pretty good


    Grabbed a bunch at $13 and gonna see what happens by year end.
     
  10. Wayne

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    Yeah, curious as well.
     
  11. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    I wouldn't touch one of those pumped up MEME stocks with a 10 foot pole at this point :o
     
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  12. chainsaw

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    Binance It's a crypto exchange that you can trade, purchase and sell.
    https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=OOBIGWYY <- referral link that gives you a 5% kickback if wanted. GoochGooch WayneWayne

    I had some in a wallet from a few years ago, and had some other small ones I converted to BTC satoshi transferred to Binance and converted to Doge as well as purchased up some more. Only sitting on around 1100 right now. Just going to leave it and see what happens. A good % didn't cost me anything other than time so what the hell To the moon lol. Seems to be sitting at almost $0.07 USD this am. It's had some crazy growth the past few weeks but the floor seems to keep increasing after each of these pump and dumps.
     
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  13. Wayne

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    Friend of mine told me to use coinbase and bittrex, then put in offline wallet.
     
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  14. 17

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    i think bb got unfairly lumped in with the bullshit meme junk tbh
     
  15. Scott

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    some range time at Nova tactical for wife and I. First time shooting variety of guns at a range. Was fun. Wife is better shot than I :lol:
     
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  16. KMD

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    That's not good for you :lol5: :muri:
     
  17. Scott

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    :ohnoes:
     
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  18. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    bunch of wine at the port and bishops.
    Festival of Wines postponement for March is officially cancelled. All the wine slated for the show is now being distributed to various NSLC locations being made available for purchase, moreso to the Port.
     
  19. Michael

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    Bunch of wifi light switches and some rgb bulbs. Also. Some ambient lighting for behind the tv.

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  20. Gooch

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    That turned out to be a very enjoyable movie. First movie I have stayed awake until the end in years
     
  21. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    My wife wants to get her PAL so she can carry her own rifle bird hunting next year.

    So I got us a second .22. Winchester Wildcat. Love it so far. Also grabbed a red/green dot reflex site.

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  22. KMD

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    I bought a new angle grinder. I filled my shop with smoke on Saturday when my now old one shit the bed and just started puking white smoke, the smell was revolting :puke:
     
  23. HairyAss

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    Bought some gas before heading out to the ski hill yesterday - best day of skiing for the season and hill was practically empty as people were afraid to make the trip - major snow storm that also hit Seattle which is rare. Roads were fine, skiing was amazing.
     
  24. Wayne

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    Portland got like 0.5", my buddies at work said people were calling it snowpocalypse :rofl2:
     
  25. HairyAss

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    No infrastructure (no plows) and streets that are like the San Francisco streets you see in movies makes it pretty treacherous. Portland had to deal with a ton of ice as well. We had close to a foot in Seattle.
     
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  26. Wayne

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    Oh yeah, I get the reason why and it's perfectly legit...just funny when you are used to snow. I drove to Oromocto in a snow/freezing rain Blizzard this morning without a second thought.
     
  27. HairyAss

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    One of the things they tell you when you move here is that “even if you’ve driven in snow your entire life, you don’t know how to drive in snow here.” I laugh at it as well but after being here for almost 5 years, I get it!

    Glad we got out skiing when we did. Mountain pass where the hill is has been closed all night because of avalanches!
     
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    New laptop battery to replace my dangerously swollen, near exploding “factory” one
     
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    I hit it with a hammer to see if it would blow up

    it did.

    rc won’t let me upload the video
     
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  31. MRA

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    youtube? instagram?
     
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    Not sure why there’s no sound with the video
     
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  33. Boots

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    I keep lipo batteries around for electronics. Scary things when they die and puff up
     
  34. Arod

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    Duncan accidentally charged one of his lipo's on the nimh setting of his multichem charger the other day (and forgot the battery bag). Heard a loud bang and smoke started pouring out of his room. Battery was on fire on his desk and molten bits of battery were everywhere. Pretty lucky he wasn't near it at the time. He learned that lesson the hard way.
     
  35. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    Yeah they are no jokes.

    1717 is braver than I lol
     

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