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Rhyno
Mar 22, 2003

Psst! It's me!
The Sinister with the mutant gene.


I'm breaking my fast for booze and magic cookies.



Gonna be a good afternoon.

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BuckyDoneGun
Nov 30, 2004
fat drunk


GnarlyCharlie4u posted:

Guys my wife found whole chickens.



and I made cheesy potatoes.



Are whole chickens not a thing where you are, or are we talking plague related supply problems?

STR
May 12, 2006

I thought I was a nice jester


Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.

rdb
Jul 8, 2002
chicken mctesticles?

STR posted:

Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.

Yikes. I hope it works out for you and your mom.

Dagen H
Mar 19, 2009

Hogertrafikomlaggningen


Krakkles
May 5, 2003

like and subscribe for more passive-aggressive roadway bullshit adventure in Chigcao

STR posted:

Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.
Dude. I really hope sheís ok.

This is awful, this timeline is awful, and people need to start taking this seriously.

Siochain
May 24, 2005

"can they get rid of any humans who are fans of shitheads like Kanye West, 50 Cent, or any other piece of crap "artist" who thinks they're all that?

And also get rid of anyone who has posted retarded shit on the internet."




STR posted:

Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.

Man I have nothing to say but please keep In touch with us. Youíve got a lot of people here who care about you. Iím terrified of my parents getting sick.

meatpimp
May 15, 2004

Psst -- Wanna buy

EVERYWHERE
some high-quality thread's DESTROYED!



Krakkles posted:

Dude. I really hope sheís ok.

This is awful, this timeline is awful, and people need to start taking this seriously.

gently caress this month. Things are good by me, but man some of you guys are hurting and I feel for you.

We just got out from a trip intending to look at landscape plants. Home Depot was loving packed. What the gently caress is the point of all this if you just go back and start packing in like bozos the minute the weather turns nice? I get it, it's beautiful out and we've been kept up inside too long... that doesn't mean that EVERYONE is entitled to go to the stores at once, that's what we were AVOIDING.

No, we didn't go in. We didn't even go through the parking lot. Just drove by, went the long way home and decided that we'll go mid-week when nobody's there.

cakesmith handyman
Jul 22, 2007

Pip-Pip old chap! Last one in is a rotten egg what what.



Somewhat Heroic posted:

We have a whole thread here in AI all about RC cars, and I happen to work in that industry!

The Traxxas brand previously mentioned are very popular for newcomers. They are good designs, excellent performers and plenty of parts availability. They are a little more expensive than other options.

New brands that are taking a decent chunk out of the traxxas market share are ARRMA (a UK based brand!) and ECX. Not sure if the ECX line is available in the EU but I imagine it is. Of those two the ARRMA would be preferred.

I also love the Axial products. Crawlers might not seem like the right step but a crawler is literally for everyone. I’ve posted plenty in the RC thread, you can check my post history there.

Will do thanks! Axial looks to be closer to my budget, I'll look around and post in the RC thread.

mariooncrack
Dec 27, 2008


meatpimp posted:

gently caress this month. Things are good by me, but man some of you guys are hurting and I feel for you.

We just got out from a trip intending to look at landscape plants. Home Depot was loving packed. What the gently caress is the point of all this if you just go back and start packing in like bozos the minute the weather turns nice? I get it, it's beautiful out and we've been kept up inside too long... that doesn't mean that EVERYONE is entitled to go to the stores at once, that's what we were AVOIDING.

No, we didn't go in. We didn't even go through the parking lot. Just drove by, went the long way home and decided that we'll go mid-week when nobody's there.

Unfortunately, there's a lot of people who aren't taking this seriously. I find it best to go out when stores open or near open if possible. Less crowds. I want to start growing hot peppers but I'm afraid to go out to the local nursery due to the crowds too.

shy boy from chess club
Jun 11, 2008

It wasnt that bad, after you left I got to help put out the fire!



meatpimp posted:

gently caress this month. Things are good by me, but man some of you guys are hurting and I feel for you.

We just got out from a trip intending to look at landscape plants. Home Depot was loving packed. What the gently caress is the point of all this if you just go back and start packing in like bozos the minute the weather turns nice? I get it, it's beautiful out and we've been kept up inside too long... that doesn't mean that EVERYONE is entitled to go to the stores at once, that's what we were AVOIDING.

No, we didn't go in. We didn't even go through the parking lot. Just drove by, went the long way home and decided that we'll go mid-week when nobody's there.

Oh man the place I get topsoil, mulch, landscape stuff, etc was so loving packed on Friday when I went to get some topsoil. I've never in my life seen it like that, it was insane. I wouldn't have gone in but I had to for work though luckily didn't come close to anyone but the cashier to pay. I have to go back there to get more stuff this week and not looking forward to it.

The good thing seems that most everyone here wears masks, I've only seen a few that haven't. I can't imagine the mess that is going to happen in the areas that people think wearing a mask is infringing on their rights that are also opening up more places to blast their freedom germs all over each other.

cakesmith handyman
Jul 22, 2007

Pip-Pip old chap! Last one in is a rotten egg what what.



My sister in law works at a garden centre and has been back at work 2 days, apparently it's the busiest they've ever been. They gave her a mask but no costumers are wearing them.

Liquid Communism
Mar 9, 2004


Out here, everything hurts.




Fun Shoe

slidebite posted:

Clove cigarettes are just as bad for you as normal tobacco smokes, and actually worse for you than many traditional lights.

Honest question: What's the appeal to them over regular rockets? The smell?

I always smoked cloves like cigars, since the clove oil in the smoke was what I wanted anyway.

STR posted:

Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.

Take care, STR, and best wishes for you mom.

Best friend is diagnosed with the 'rona now too. Hopefully young enough that it doesn't get too bad, but gently caress all these idiots because she's been taking proper precautions and hasn't been out of the house except to hit the grocery store in months.

Galler
Jan 27, 2008



meatpimp posted:

decided that we'll go mid-week when nobody's there.

This is the secret. I've switched to doing all my home improvement shopping during the week and I'm interacting with way fewer people and saving a ton of time.

The Royal Nonesuch
Nov 1, 2005



Pillbug

STR posted:

Mom's coworker and mom both tested positive. Still asymptomatic for mom, her coworker is already on a ventilator.

If y'all need me, I'll be in the darkest corner you can't find for awhile.

Dang STR, sorry to hear it. Stay strong man, don't get too far into the dark corner.

GnarlyCharlie4u
Sep 23, 2007

I have an unhealthy obsession with motorcycles.

Proof


taqueso posted:

What's the cheesy potato recipe??

I put the potatoes through an apple peeler, made a cheese sauce from cheddar that was way too sharp, flour, and milk then poured it over the potatoes and baked it at 350 until it looked like that.
You can google Hasselback Potatoes Au Gratin and probably find a better recipe.

BuckyDoneGun posted:

Are whole chickens not a thing where you are, or are we talking plague related supply problems?

No chickens are a thing where I am mostly. Only recently did we have anything but $30/pack chicken tenders.
But the wife went toCostco on Friday and snagged a 2 pack of pork butts, a 2 pack of whole fryers, and a 6 pack of thighs

jonathan
Jul 3, 2005

by LITERALLY AN ADMIN


Sgt Fox posted:

It looks like they are affiliated with https://www.siliconeintakes.com/. Both myself and a friend have ordered from them with zero issues, their stuff was good. I used their 3" 90 and a straight section to weld up an intake for the 323. Thick, well formed, no complaints.

thanks man, they're like 15% of the price of local bends.

Humphreys
Jan 26, 2013

We conceived a way to use my mother as a porn mule



GnarlyCharlie4u posted:

No chickens are a thing where I am mostly. Only recently did we have anything but $30/pack chicken tenders.

What weird part of the world are you in that chickens don't exist?

Tremek
Jun 10, 2005



Rhyno posted:

Don't they stick like 37 huge needles in your stomach if you get rabies?

Can confirm itís not 37 needles to the gut but 6 total shots and they go in your legs. Btw though one very important note; the hospital pharmacy charged my insurance $25,000 for my ER visit to get my RIG shot last year. I think the final negotiated price was like $11k. So while COVID may impart some scale of economy and all that, we canít rule out that anything harvested from our fellow humans may be real drat expensive...

In other news, fifth wheel has been acquired and we are slowly preparing to make it usable on our land while our house continues to be slowly unfucked.

Kazinsal
Dec 13, 2011




STR, sorry to hear about all that. Best wishes for you guys.

Tremek posted:

So while COVID may impart some scale of economy and all that, we can’t rule out that anything harvested from our fellow humans may be real drat expensive...

The good news is that a COVID-19 vaccine trial is starting in Canada, using something developed at a public university here, so it should end up actually being available to everyone. Y'know, as long as we don't get jammed with the white house imposing some insane 10000% tariff on importing medical supplies from Canada in response to us potentially getting there before US pharma companies do.

Tremek
Jun 10, 2005



I defer to medical professionals but (while good) I donít think a COVID vaccine and antibody treatments are the same thing, confirm/deny?

MrOnBicycle
Jan 18, 2008
Wait wat?

So a bit of a follow up from my post in Terrible Car stuff where I was going to see a Fiat 124 Coupť. Went there yesterday and did a pretty thorough check as well as a test drive.
The good:
§ Seems like a pretty honest car, no (as Uncle Tony would say) obvious fuckery a-foot . They just sorted the brakes enough for it to pass inspection and left everything else.
§ Fiat Twin-cam engines sound insane. drat cool sound. Oh and the manual gearbox felt fantastic to use.
§ The car had been repainted sometime in its life to white, and I couldn't find much (if any) signs of over-use of bondo. Checked all the edges for wobblyness and sloppy sanding as well as went round with a magnet. At one part where the paint was flaking off, there was no bondo underneath. Some bubble spots etc, but don't really care as I'd remove the paint panel by panel anyway and redo the whole car. The boot (trunk) was free from anything more than light surface rust. All in all, the body was pretty rust free except for the four corners of the car where is curves under the car, and passing inspection here should mean that the chassis is too.

Which kinda brings me to the bad:
§ Undercoating. Oh dear. I think this picture kinda represents what I found. This is one of the driver side jacking points:

While this was the worst, and the passenger side ones felt solid when knocking with my hand on them, it wouldn't surprise me if it's a of rust underneath all that undercoating. Talked to the dealer about it, apparently super popular in the 80's to throw this kind of undercoating on everything.
§ The internet wasn't kidding when they talk about the "Italian driving position". Jesus christ I'm 6'4" with long legs. I fit torso wise, but my right leg was jammed between the center console/steering wheel/gear with the knee and foot joints at weird and super uncomfortable angles and I had to sit far away from the steering wheel for my legs to even fit, so I couldn't properly reach the steering wheel lol. Some serious modification would be necessary for me to be able to drive one of these.
§ I'm not an expert, but my gut says that using coolant hoses to route the fuel filler opening to the gas tank isn't right, and might have been why it smelled heavily of fuel in the boot (drat, picture got blurry):


The mechanicals seemed fine. It obviously needs all bushings replaced etc as everything is probably older than me. Steering was a bit vague. Oh and the car had a tendency to almost skip/jump forward when in first gear and low speeds. Bad fuel delivery at that speed?

All in all, great learning experience. Never driven anything older than 1998 before, so I was a bit nervous about hating it. Didn't, and can really see myself in a classic car. Also great learning experience to go through inspecting the car. I forgot to check stuff like the dipstick for carbon, coolant for sludge etc. I did look at the exhaust when they started it, a puff of blue smoke then nothing (which is how it should be, right?).
I won't be driving >7 hours in total to look a car any more though. poo poo sucks.

Edit: Also, I think there is a big disconnect between how much I think it's worth and how much they think it's worth. Yes it's a rare car, but it's not very valuable which just got proven today when an AC coupe shows up in better condition for 60% of the price...

MrOnBicycle fucked around with this message at 08:13 on May 17, 2020

Krakkles
May 5, 2003

like and subscribe for more passive-aggressive roadway bullshit adventure in Chigcao

Tremek posted:

I defer to medical professionals but (while good) I donít think a COVID vaccine and antibody treatments are the same thing, confirm/deny?
Correct. Vaccine is generally preferable to AB treatment.

Vaccine is a shot that makes your body develop antibodies to this virus on itís own, while AB treatment is (oversimplified) ďhereís a bunch of antibodies someone else madeĒ.

everdave
Nov 14, 2005

For The Record...









tetrapyloctomy
Feb 18, 2003

Okay -- you talk WAY too fast.

Nap Ghost

Tremek posted:

I defer to medical professionals but (while good) I donít think a COVID vaccine and antibody treatments are the same thing, confirm/deny?

Correct. Rabies is actually a great example. When someone suffers a concerning wound, you flood the area surrounding the wound with rabies immune globulin -- antibodies -- to bind up the virus at the site. Then, distant from the site, you inject the rabies vaccine on days 0, 3, 7, and 14 to prompt the patient to mount his or her own immune response. That immune globulin injection typically is weight-based and around 9-11 milliliters or so; the vaccine shots are much smaller. Vaccines are great because you can give them whenever to protect someone in the future, while Ig is an attempt to decrease current viral burden in someone who doesn't have time to mount a immune response, which takes a while.

STR
May 12, 2006

I thought I was a nice jester


Huh. No wonder my garage remote won't work.



Brokeback turned my parking space at work into a superfund site.



That's ATF. It usually leaves a little bit when I park, but not that much! Looked under it, didn't see it dripping.. started it up, it started dripping pretty steadily... from the drat filter. Wonder if I double-gasketed it and it just took a long time to start leaking, or if the filter itself has failed?

Rhyno
Mar 22, 2003

Psst! It's me!
The Sinister with the mutant gene.


Oh joy. Little bit of water leaking into the basement. I mean, it's been raining almost non stop for two weeks but we thought we were done with this bullshit.

Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

Rhyno posted:

Oh joy. Little bit of water leaking into the basement. I mean, it's been raining almost non stop for two weeks but we thought we were done with this bullshit.

Yeah, water Leaks are the worst things to deal with too. Welcome to home ownership . I've now had 2 different companies attempt to fix a leak in my roof and it is getting better but still there slightly. Had the second ones back last week to have another look and after we stripping the inside of the roof out we have decided that there must be a hairline crack in the lead flashing.
It is now all painted with sealant on the outside in the hopes that this will do the job until i can get all the flashing replaced. I suspect it is going to turn into a complete re-tile and re-flash job because the 70 y.o concrete tiles pretty much disintegrate when you touch them now

STR
May 12, 2006

I thought I was a nice jester


Liquid Communism posted:

I always smoked cloves like cigars, since the clove oil in the smoke was what I wanted anyway.

Take care, STR, and best wishes for you mom.

Best friend is diagnosed with the 'rona now too. Hopefully young enough that it doesn't get too bad, but gently caress all these idiots because she's been taking proper precautions and hasn't been out of the house except to hit the grocery store in months.

Thankfully she's in good health for her age, aside from being overweight. Her coworker that's already in the ICU has cancer, diabetes, and a whole host of other problems, so her coworker's prognosis is "6 feet under - not a matter of if, but when". Her boss is still pissed that she won't come back, when my mom's doctor told her to immediately self-quarantine. She's holed up in the spare bedroom at her house for now, while stepdad (who works for a well known drug store) is going off about it being a liberal hoax and still going to work. (he's much higher risk, being obese and diabetic with wildly uncontrolled high blood pressure)

I'm still in the process of getting the last of my stuff out of my old apartment. It backs up to a nice greenbelt, I wound up taking a long walk out there yesterday after my post (oddly there's barbed wire just beyond the fence, but it's low enough that you just step over it, and there's plenty of well-worn paths). Didn't have my phone on me so no photos, but it's really pretty with lots of wildflowers. Helped improve my mood a bit.

STR fucked around with this message at 14:14 on May 17, 2020

LloydDobler
Oct 15, 2005

You shared it with a dick.



Cybernetic Crumb

Hah you guys are giving me PTSD over my first house. I should write it all up at some point while I still remember. 24 years old, just married, 80 year old house. It was a major fixer upper, and there was one room with a roof leak that we just decided to "ignore" and kept the door shut. By the time we got the roof re-done there were actual mushrooms growing out of the wall in the corner of the ceiling.

The crazy part is that it was super easy to repair the water damage because the house was built on a concrete slab with cinder block walls inside and out. The interior walls were finished with chicken wire and plaster. So we just scraped off the soft damaged plaster, hit it with kilz and re-finished it. If you want a quiet house, it's a great way to build it. But drat was it cold. Zero insulation except whatever cinder block porosity gives you. It must have been some experimental "concrete is the future" house, because the only wood used anywhere in construction was the ceiling joists and roof frame, but even then they insulated the attic with GRAVEL (which the previous owner let her cats use as a massive litter box, *shudder*), and the roof had a 1-1/4" thick layer of light aggregate concrete spread directly on the sub-roof which was tongue and groove planks. The roofer lost his rear end because the tear off was about 3x the weight of a usual shingle tear off. And it had 3 layers of shingles on top of the concrete. Right before we sold it we sprung a water leak. Woke up to a room with an inch of water on the brand new carpet. The plumbing was all copper pipe poured in to the concrete foundation, and a pipe cracked where it came out of the floor. Jackhammering down to replace the cracked pipe caused it to crack in another spot, so a day after the repair we had to do it all over again. Turned out the plumbers ran out of elbows when they installed the pipe so they just bent it a couple times by hand to make a 90. Creases and all.

These are just a few of the problems with that house. No wonder I didn't buy again until over 10 years later.

Applebees Appetizer
Jan 23, 2006



Tremek posted:

Can confirm itís not 37 needles to the gut but 6 total shots and they go in your legs. Btw though one very important note; the hospital pharmacy charged my insurance $25,000 for my ER visit to get my RIG shot last year. I think the final negotiated price was like $11k. So while COVID may impart some scale of economy and all that, we canít rule out that anything harvested from our fellow humans may be real drat expensive...

That's a great negotiated price for an ER visit, during my settlement for my accident the ER visit and ambulance cost barely budged

Camper looks good man!

Rhyno posted:

Oh joy. Little bit of water leaking into the basement. I mean, it's been raining almost non stop for two weeks but we thought we were done with this bullshit.

Isn't that why basements have sump pumps?

KYOON GRIFFEY JR
Apr 12, 2010




MrOnBicycle posted:

§ The internet wasn't kidding when they talk about the "Italian driving position". Jesus christ I'm 6'4" with long legs. I fit torso wise, but my right leg was jammed between the center console/steering wheel/gear with the knee and foot joints at weird and super uncomfortable angles and I had to sit far away from the steering wheel for my legs to even fit, so I couldn't properly reach the steering wheel lol. Some serious modification would be necessary for me to be able to drive one of these.

The mechanicals seemed fine. It obviously needs all bushings replaced etc as everything is probably older than me. Steering was a bit vague. Oh and the car had a tendency to almost skip/jump forward when in first gear and low speeds. Bad fuel delivery at that speed?

Edit: Also, I think there is a big disconnect between how much I think it's worth and how much they think it's worth. Yes it's a rare car, but it's not very valuable which just got proven today when an AC coupe shows up in better condition for 60% of the price...

Yeah that one sucks, don't buy it. Also buy an AC 1608 if you can find one they look 100x better and have the best engine. But I didn't realize you are so tall. A 124 is probably not for you. I don't mind the seating position, it's a little weird but not bad, but I'm 5'10, not too heavy, and pretty equal in limb and torso. My dad is similar to your dimensions and he doesn't really fit in most of those 70s roadsters.

The skipping is probably gearbox or clutch related if it's at low vehicle speeds rather than engine speeds, another reason to pass. A little smoke on startup is pretty normal.

MrOnBicycle
Jan 18, 2008
Wait wat?

KYOON GRIFFEY JR posted:

Yeah that one sucks, don't buy it. Also buy an AC 1608 if you can find one they look 100x better and have the best engine. But I didn't realize you are so tall. A 124 is probably not for you. I don't mind the seating position, it's a little weird but not bad, but I'm 5'10, not too heavy, and pretty equal in limb and torso. My dad is similar to your dimensions and he doesn't really fit in most of those 70s roadsters.

The skipping is probably gearbox or clutch related if it's at low vehicle speeds rather than engine speeds, another reason to pass. A little smoke on startup is pretty normal.

Yeah I keep coming back to that I might just be too big. I mean everything can be modified, but still. The AC is great looking, but probably even rarer. I remember asking on the Swedish Alfa club about what can be done to the driving position on the GTV6 (one of my attainable dream cars) and I remember them talking about spacer for the steering wheel and removing part of the substructure of the seat to get it a bit lower.
Anyway I think I'm going to try to go see as many classics as possible that are of interest and not rush it. Learned a ton from inspecting this car. Thanks for the help .

Rhyno
Mar 22, 2003

Psst! It's me!
The Sinister with the mutant gene.


Applebees Appetizer posted:

That's a great negotiated price for an ER visit, during my settlement for my accident the ER visit and ambulance cost barely budged

Camper looks good man!


Isn't that why basements have sump pumps?

It's a finished basement and the water is seeping in on the opposite wall.


I really hope the dead previous owner of this house is choking on satan's dick in hell.

MrOnBicycle
Jan 18, 2008
Wait wat?

Olympic Mathlete posted:

Buy it. That's my favourite Supra. I have a Mk3 but would hand it over even for a ratty looking Celica Supra. It's the best looking Supra by far.

Forgot to ask when you replied this. The MK3 looks badass as well, but I see a ton of hate of it online. Slow, flexing body, etc. How do you find it?

Olympic Mathlete
Feb 25, 2011





MrOnBicycle posted:

Forgot to ask when you replied this. The MK3 looks badass as well, but I see a ton of hate of it online. Slow, flexing body, etc. How do you find it?

It's not a sports car, it was never really intended to be despite it being used in races (which it very rarely won, proving the point). It is however an extremely comfortable tourer (the seats are fantastic), sounds lovely and looks pretty great too. I'll never pretend it's an amazing car, anyone who does is stupid but for the time period it's a cushy cruiser with enough go to get out of its own way and still great fun on the odd track day and doing the occasional skid. If you get a chance to drive one, do it, they don't take much persuading to go sideways which as you can imagine is even more fun in the wet.

Even family cars are faster than a Mk3 these days but that's not the reason you buy a classic

BuckyDoneGun
Nov 30, 2004
fat drunk


GnarlyCharlie4u posted:

No chickens are a thing where I am mostly. Only recently did we have anything but $30/pack chicken tenders.
But the wife went toCostco on Friday and snagged a 2 pack of pork butts, a 2 pack of whole fryers, and a 6 pack of thighs

Sweet, I know it seems like a stupid question, but honestly, some area not selling whole chickens wouldnít even be the strangest thing Iíve heard out of America today and Iíve only been up a few hours.

Hell this very thread talks about an $11k ER visit for rabies. That poo poo is still insane to the rest of the world. Now we donít have rabies here, so our health system doesnít automatically cover it, so if you get bit overseas, and seek post exposure treatment on your return, worst case is you go to a private travel vaccination clinic and pay for the vaccine and a consult fee. NZ$95 per vial and probably another 100 for the consult. If your travel insurance doesnít cover it, and you meet the fairly simple criteria, you can apply to have ACC (govt no fault accident care cover) reimburse you after the fact. Now while ACC has its flaws, it means you donít have to worry about an accident loving up your life beyond the medical impact. ACC even covers tourists when you visit here. Not for illness (thatís the other side of the single payer health system), but if you break your leg on a hike or get in a car wreck because you drove off on the wrong side of the road, or just slip over while drunk as gently caress, youíll get patched up.

Good luck with mum, STR.

Previa_fun
Nov 10, 2004

Aww, so I had my slant on. Lay off me!


Just had a unicorn FB marketplace experience selling my old mower where the guy showed up on time, started the mower and made sure self-propelled worked, and paid full asking price in cash.

Elephanthead
Sep 11, 2008




Toilet Rascal

Previa_fun posted:

Just had a unicorn FB marketplace experience selling my old mower where the guy showed up on time, started the mower and made sure self-propelled worked, and paid full asking price in cash.

I think you are hallucinating. See a doctor.

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Mr-Spain
Aug 27, 2003

Bullshit... you can be mine.

Insulated the garage door with two pre-made kits. Holy poo poo i should have done this when I bought the house. It's insane how much it quieted the door opening and closing. I also put a portable AC unit in there as it's drywalled and holy crap, I'll be able to do projects in the summer in my south facing garage without dying of heatstroke. It's a south facing garage and I'm in Houston so it's hot and humid as hell.

Ordered a whipple supercharger kit for my SS as well. It's a couple weeks out but I'll shoot pics in the update thread when I do it. Excited for that.

Everyone else stay safe :/

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