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

  1. Wayne

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    10mm? I buy those by the dozen and they are gone by the time I get home
     
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  2. Matt30

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    That’s just life in the hood, homie :guns:
     
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  3. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    a UE boom. but i'm using less jets these days mostly because of the serenity of no noise.
     
  4. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    Husky has the best value out there right now. I have the same one in grey, which for some reason was $100 cheaper?
     
  5. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    10lb of Osso Buco
    8lb of marrow bones
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    2 strip loin from Millen Farms
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    smoked bacon from Millen Farms
    Prosciutto from Millen Farms
    2 packs of sausages from the Pork Store
    Brunch @ Sugar Moon Farm
     
  6. 17

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    I just got a 72”x36” cabinet for work for $360. Lesser ones were 600-700
     
  7. Cheddar

    Red is the New Green

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    I just bought the 42” stack yesterday. It’s pretty thin gauge metal (21 vs my old one which was 18) and the back got a crease through it because it was sitting on a buckle in the trunk of the van but I got it marked down by $200 because of some paint missing. The quality isn’t top notch for for an amateur it’s fine.
     
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    I have a 39” that I just bought and had in the front of my shed since I was too lazy to move everything to put it in the back with the shelving

    then over the weekend I started up my atv and let it run since I haven’t used it for a couple months. I walked by and blipped the throttle for fun and sent it into the side of the chest and left a big ass 27” tire dent because when I parked it I left it in gear :o
     
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  9. RoryTate

    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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  10. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Haha, that's totally something I would do too. Just have to hit that throttle. Same as whenever I pick up one of my drills..... Have to give that trigger *precisely* 2 squeezes before I do anything else with it. :lol:
     
  11. Wayne

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    Oops
     
  12. Grifter

    Bluh?

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    Basically wrapped up Xmas shopping today. Kids chocolates for their stockings, last minute toys... Almost pulled the trigger on an Xbox series S.... But I haven't played any games in months and the boys likely wouldn't really "appreciate" it all that much... They already have a one x...
     
  13. David Puddy

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    72 "onyx" coloured paver bricks, 6 bags of pre-mix mortar, can of black paint, 1/4 round trim, and a bag of work gloves
     
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    arctic fox fur (stitched into my parka's hood)
     
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  15. Scott

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    22 F150
     
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  16. 17

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    Hell yeah
     
  17. Scott

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    I'll let you know when it arrives sometime in 22 :lol:
     
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  18. TheOldskoo

    Huzzah!

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    Nice, I really wanted one, but trucks are so much $$. Ended up with a 22 Santa Fe Preferred instead about 3 months ago... judge me.
     
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  19. Scott

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    Got a good trade in on my 15 Sierra. Few things fell into place, hopefully we'll have it before camping season starts.
     
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  20. Boots

    www.reality-check.ca

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    I heard they went back to manual windows with the chip shortage.
     
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  21. Scott

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    I checked that box to be safe.

    Kinda neat ordering vs choosing off the lot. I do dislike some items can't be added without going up to the next package. But I understand that would be a nightmare for the factory.
     
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    what did you get for packages/ power train?
     
  23. KMD

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    That will keep you from freezing your face off, arctic fox is nice and fuzzy warm and won't freeze even if it's wet.
     
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  24. Scott

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    3.5 screw 301A with HDPP.

    100% wanted the led headlights, larger screen from the 302A but that means dropping the HDPP. This is our tow rig, and payload is king in travel trailer world.

    space white

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  25. PirateSteve

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    Speaking of trucks, my 20 Cummins finally got notice of a fuel pump recall. I can now sleep easy at night lol.
     
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    I think you can still get the big screen if you order the 360 camera package as a stand alone option but don’t quote me on that
     
  27. Scott

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    hmm, I did add the 360. Sales guy actually asked me about it, said it didnt look good on the 8" screen. That would be a pleasant surprise if it did come with big screen
     
  28. Scott

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    Oh crap...I quoted you

    #dontquotemebro
     
  29. David Puddy

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    trio pack of caviar from acadian sturgeon caviar NB
     
  30. HairyAss

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    My oldest kid and my wife arrived sans luggage today. So, we spent Air Canada’s money on some clothes and necessities while Air Canada tries to find their bags.
     
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    insta 360 go2 action cam
     
  32. Boots

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    Be curious how you make out with it. I had an Insta360 One X2 for a bit but sold it after I couldn't seem to get any good car footage with it (audio really blows)
     
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    taken a few short vids driving around my RC truck, way better than my old gopro, audio wasn't awesome on those either.

    I don't think you will get good audio on any action cam, especially while driving a car
     
  34. Boots

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    Yeah I tried a bunch of external mics too and had no luck :(
     
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    Have you tried a deadcat windscreen?
     

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