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

  1. HairyAss

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    I lived in Wolfville for 4 years. Does that count?
     
  2. KMD

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    What years were you there? :eek7: :hsugh:
     
  3. Grifter

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    The college years.... :lol:
     
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  4. HairyAss

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    ‘94-‘98 - yes, the college years. And it was on and off - I was gone in the summers and actually one full semester I was working (the co-op program was amazing).
     
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    I was just curious, our paths could very well have passed several times. :shrug:

    Nope that was just when I left for BC and I came back in 2001 then back to BC in 2004 and now here to stay. I love the Valley. but BC is my home.
     
  6. Grifter

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    Wasn't poking or anything. Just a smart assed guess! :lol: not much for other reasons to go to Wolfville.
     
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    Oh I know :lol:
    We used to go to the Anvil Beverage room. They had a Beat the Clock there on draft beer. The beer was usually warm and flat but it was cheap and so were the liberal college girls.
     
  8. Grifter

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    I used to go there for Fire Department Instructors Conference when I was teaching at the Nova Scotia Firefighters School. Had a few good night's at the anvil. One night I even lost my shoes in one of the dorm rooms afterwords. Found my way back to my room though! :lol:
     
  9. HairyAss

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    I have no idea how I became an alcoholic. Thank you, Anvil.
     
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    I was the only one of my friends that had a car :coolugh:and 70% of the time I was the DD so it was usually a sober night at the Anvil for me but when it wasn't :beer2:
     
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    I just was catching up CheddarCheddar spending the chedda at apple fuckk
     
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    for me..Nicorette ugh
     
  13. HairyAss

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    Burritos at a Mexican food truck parked down the street.

    It was parade night in our neighborhood (Syttende Mai - Norway's Constitution Day - a throwback to the heritage of the neighborhood I live in) and a quick trip to a food truck seemed a lot easier than dealing with finding something to cook ourselves.
     
  14. Cheddar

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    It’s been a month. I don’t use the laptop very often but I NEVER turn it off, I’ve only charged it twice. My Thinkpad might last a few days in standby.
     
  15. David Puddy

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    orange store crap; paint; rollers, cedar shingles, edge guards
     
  16. Scott

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    and took delivery yesterday! 5 months + 1 day since we ordered
     
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    Gas powered lawn mower :woohoo: An electric one came with the house... and it was a bitch to use... so I finally bought myself one :D
     
  18. Wayne

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  19. Scott

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  20. HairyAss

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    That's too bad about the scratch. I guess good to get it over with.
     
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    Was two, but they already ordered the replacement
     
  22. David Puddy

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    Leer truck cap (new to me), got a smoking deal on it. super hard to find model specific caps for 8' beds, especially on early model trucks
     
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    New to me for the young lab that has destroyed 2 crates and is currently gnawing his way through the side of a wooden animal shipping crate
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    Found a used one locally at an awesome price. The price of them from the states is insane!
     
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    A dog goes in this?
     
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  25. Grifter

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    My thoughts as well. Looks more like a gaming PC setup than a dog kennel! :lol:
     
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    Either a dog or a small dinosaur. I was thinking about having a friend do up some interesting warning labels for it on his cricut. "Warning - Chocolabosaurus"

    It's professional grade with nothing inside they could possible get a grip on.

    Should I have a blue LED added to it?
     
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  27. Wayne

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    Couple led lights and case fans and that dog crate is :2cents:
     
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  28. Grifter

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    Don't forget the water cooling!
     
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    New sink to go with my new faucet! :woohoo:

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    New fire pit, new deck and heat pumps.

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    Oh yeah, couldn't resist some lights for the deck!

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  32. 17

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    i also have that fire pit

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    burning PT lumber, neighbours must love you
     
  34. David Puddy

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    skewed left joist hangers for 2x10, had to special order those bastards as you can't buy them anywheres in hrm. $23 a pop :(
    22" 30kg pneumatic cabinet door lifters for our swing up laundry door.
    underwater led lights fixtures for the hot tub.
     
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    Nothing says 1%er like constantly bragging about buying building supplies!
     
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