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Latest Purchase v.WHATEVER

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

  1. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    I've never taken my Kodiak or my Argo over 60. Never saw the need and I never felt safe enough! :lol:
     
  2. Wayne

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    So....operating a backhoe seems easy, but not so much...that is going to take some time :rofl:
     
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  3. Wayne

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    Security System, finally broke down and got one (6x 4K cameras)...was free shipping and 25% off price shown. Should do the trick.

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    Nice:rockon:
    My yard would look like Oak Island if I had one of those plus my wife would kill me because she would have no control over the amount of holes I would have dug all over the place :eek7:
     
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    you will not find me on ice with mine, it didn’t even get cold enough to skate at my old neighborhood lake last winter. There’s no way I’m rolling the dice on nearly 1k lbs out there :rofl:


    I just brought it home today but everything I’ve seen online says 130-135 bone stock.

    I’ll let you know tonight :o
     
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    :lol:
     
  7. Matt30

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    Animals are very much on the move through the woods right now. Be safe!
     
  8. Gooch

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    Atta boy!
    these are all my favorite purchases haha
     
  9. Grifter

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    Woods bbq grill for this weekend, 36 pack for moosehead... 1 litre bottle of bulldog gin, 2 Jerry cans of supreme gas. Camping weekend!
     
  10. dpwu32

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    Baby steps.... I believe in you. :lol:
     
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    FYI my ring is fucking awesome and works so well I ordered the spotlight cam for my back yard :o


    You had me shook it was gonna suck

    also if your motion notifications were lagging then you had the “human recognition” feature on which takes time and delays messages. Having a smaller “red zone” that notifies you of all motion in that area would have fixed that problem.
     
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  12. HairyAss

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    2 Waygu beef burgers
     
  13. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    150kg of parging mix, 150' roll of fibreglass mesh, 5 x 12' lengths of 2x8 pressure treated, and 25 x 1/2'' concrete anchors
     
  14. Gooch

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    mine must have been a dud
     
  15. chainsaw

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    New BBQ
     
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  16. HairyAss

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    Breakfast out with Mrs. HairyAss.

    At a restaurant. Feels like the end of the pandemic is really coming here in Seattle at least!
     
  17. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    That sounds 100% awesome. It's been almost a year since I've been able to sit down in a restaurant.

    However, does a female variant if a HairyAss sound... as slightly unsettling as a furry to anyone else? :)
     
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  18. HairyAss

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    You’re a furry, too? I must have missed you at the conference!
     
  19. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    Yeah, I go by YiffyTate in that community.
     
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    Marshall DSL 20 over kill for the house but it was a stupid deal
     
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    Bathtub, 5 sinks, 2 vanity lights...Kent had a 24% off online only deal...picked up some things I needed for the 3x bathroom renos lol.
     
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    Wall mount for my living room as I play tv roulette and put a new one in my living room, move my living room tv to the bedroom and my bedroom tv to my spare room
     
  24. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    A guy to come in and repair the ceiling after a bit of flooding.

    Happiness is: paying a guy to do the job you know you'll fuck up and hate every minute of.
     
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  25. David Puddy

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    toaster oven air fryer thingy, and an electric kettle
     
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    New tires for the bike
     
  27. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    case of Revel cider, and a 2 cases of wine from bishops
     
  28. HairyAss

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    How many pairs of Pixel Buds will BootsBoots order?
     
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    Not the latest purchase but it’s the latest thing I’ve received from a previous purchase. My damaged microwave from a month ago finally came in. God damn no microwave was super annoying.
     
  30. Boots

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    I don't do headphones all that often. Wired pair that came with my phone does the trick for grocery shopping and lawn mowing
     
  31. Wayne

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    Yeah, same...big set for laptop at work, I don't own anything for phone. When I walk the dog, I turn the volume up and put it in my pocket lol...boombox style.
     
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  32. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    Apple Watch. I’m going full into this Apple thing right now for shits and giggles. I switched to an iPhone after owning my pixel 5 for a few weeks just to see what I was or wasn’t missing snd I’m kind of torn. I miss all the customization of the pixel, but so far everything seems to just work better…other than anything connected to google. The gmail integration is an absolute shit show, but I’m actually thinking about selling my Pixel 5 and galaxy watch. Things I never thought I’d say….
     
  33. HairyAss

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    I hadn’t been wearing my Apple watch most of the pandemic but started putting it on again - lots of little QoL features they’ve added recently that make me glad to have it on - my favorite right now being “unlock my iPhone”. It was added when unlocking by facial recognition got “broken” by mask wearing. “Ping my iphone” has also always been there but I probably use it daily.
     
  34. Cheddar

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    The unlock was one of the driving reasons I got it but honestly Android does it way better. Apple could quite easily just let it unlock when connected to any Bluetooth device like android does, but this forces you to buy an Apple Watch.
    Why they can’t set gmail to push in their native app I don’t understand. Not sure if it’s google preventing it or them, but regardless, it’s fucking moronic.
     
  35. Boots

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    New pressure washing setup for the garage

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