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

  1. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    So if you’re active duty, veteran or first responder you can go through Oakley’s Standard issue program and you get close to 50% off anything they sell.

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  2. C. Mike Hunt

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  3. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    However, the process of being verified takes forever. Anticipation your prescription changing by the time you get approved.
     
  4. Arod

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    I use my Helly Hanson pro account quite often. Took a while to get approved but 50% off is worth it. Need new glases and never thought about Oakley!
     
  5. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    Oakley is horrible at getting the info from ID.me in any sort of timely manner, especially if it expires, but once you’re in there is goes quite smoothly.
     
  6. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    where do you get those? i'm ramping up training for triathlon
     
  7. HairyAss

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    First, nice! Which one?

    I buy directly from Gu - I get a 40% discount because I'm a sponsored athlete which sounds weird because it is - I actually just get that status through an affiliation at work. Unfortunately, I can't share the discount. I will say - for the regular (non-Roctane) Gu gel 24 pack, Amazon came in at about the same price, especially when you factor in free shipping.
     
  8. C. Mike Hunt

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    80ft of French drain
     
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  10. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    24 inch F-clamps and got the wife something called an instant pot? It's some new fad thing that all the kids are raving about.
     
  12. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    They need to make an insta air fryer.
     
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    insta pot is old news, the new hotness is an air fryer
     
  14. Scott

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    what if I told you, you can buy an instant pot lid, that makes it an air fryer??

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  15. Boots

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    I use a mini Insta Pot every day to cook my morning steel cut oats. It's 10000000000000000000x easier to just put the stuff in, hit go and come back 15m later instead of watching a pot on the stove for 30m.
     
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    I fucking love my air fryer. I think I’ve used my actual oven twice since May
     
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  17. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Tickets and popcorn for myself and the boys to go see Ghostbusters. Damn it was good.
     
  18. Scott

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    yeah, we actually bought one just for our RV
     
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    We already have one of those we have been ninjain things that need ninjain for quite a while now, per pandemic. I call our fryer Diamond Dave :nunchucksHe makes a mean chicken wing.
     
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  20. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    I have a Cuisinart counter top oven that does standard oven stuff plus convection plus air fry. Freaking love that thing and use it more than my main oven.
     
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    We have the breville air oven. Rarely do we use our regular oven anymore
     
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    Bluh?

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    My main oven has convection which I love. But the warm up time is almost eliminated with my countertop. Sure I can't cook a huge meal in it. But for 90% or what I use my regular oven for, this is a superior product. Just took me a bit of training to adjust to the drastically reduced cooking times! :lol:
     
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    Our oven is old as hell.. stovetop still works fine and we've been using the Breville oven so I'm just waiting until something changes and then I'll pick up a proper convection oven.
     
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    We are redoing our kitchen cabinets and counter tops oh and floor and it all started with buying a new dishwasher :lol: :9mm: :lol: It's been good I have reconnected with an old friend that I haven't seen in 10ish years that is doing the cabinets and counters and he is building all the boxes and counter tops so it's going to be a nice job when it's done but my wife is stressing and I am not.... so that is making her worse. My friend has only been here once to measure and he lives ~4 hours away :eek7:
     
  25. Cheddar

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    instanT pot!
     
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    I thought there were two different brands of pots but people here are just lazy.
     
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    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    I'm a big fan.
     
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