1995droptopz
1995droptopz
9/19/19
11:23 AM
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White Castle is amazing, but that’s a once-in-a-while thing, since I feel like hell for a few hours afterwards

9/19/19
9:23 AM
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There is a Jimmy Dean stuffed hashbrown you can buy in your freezer section.  They have one that is sausage, ham, bacon, and cheese, and it actually is not terrible.

9/19/19
9:11 AM
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I traveled there once and felt like I drove all around the the world to find beer that was not Natural Light or Busch Light, and I had no idea why. I finally found a 6 pack of some local IPA in the back of the single cooler at a party store.

9/19/19
8:39 AM
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I go and ask for Medium or Large.  I don’t know what is what and frankly I do not care.

9/19/19
8:35 AM
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Did an instant pot guiness stew last week and no explosions.  You should be safe!

9/19/19
8:27 AM
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In-and-Out is similar.  Burgers and fries. Thats it.  Literally a handful of ingredients with the only variation being how many are stacked on top of each other.

9/19/19
8:26 AM
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I never get McDonalds anymore except occasionally for breakfast because the lines are really long usually and the food tastes like trash.  Burger King across the street is at least 3 times faster through the drive-through, and the food is marginally better.  Or I can go to Wendy’s and actually get a decent meal.

9/19/19
8:04 AM
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You must not know much about Flint...100% they were not spoiled little assholes, but probably gangbangers-in-training.

9/19/19
7:58 AM
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Everyone knows if you are going to try to break into an ATM you need to use a RAM!

9/18/19
2:14 PM
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Another point worth making is that the 29% figure is the amount of the overall health care expense that the worker pays for compared to the employer.  Not 29% of the worker’s income.

9/18/19
1:43 PM
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I cap my deductible at $7k per year, 2 years running. My wife had cancer last year. She only took off 3.5 weeks of time last year through 12 weeks of chemo and 2 surgeries.

9/18/19
1:39 PM
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I have the base plan at my employer that costs me nothing out of my paycheck, but is a high deductible plan, meaning I basically pay cash for my medical expenses until I hit the deductible. Since my wife was diagnosed with cancer, we just budget to cap out the $7k per year now until it goes up to something higher.

9/18/19
8:32 AM
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My dad lives around the corner, and he is always over, and while he annoys me sometimes, I am used to it and can deal with it. My wife however turns everything into a huge deal, and I am supposed to yell at my dad or she gets mad at me.

9/18/19
8:21 AM
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My MIL moved 2000 miles away when my wife was in her early 20s, and it makes it a lot easier. We visit once every couple of years, since plane tickets are not cheap and they refuse to come here. It took a huge guilt trip to even get them to show up WHEN MY WIFE HAD CANCER.  Then they just complained the whole time

9/18/19
8:13 AM
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God what a disappointing road, “The Skyway”. Coming from Michigan, I’m like “Ooooh, The Skyway!  So Fancy!”  Then I proceed to spend $8 to drive through Gary, IN and get let out into Lakeshore drive traffic.

9/18/19
7:42 AM
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Or when you buy a half million dollar car, the paint costs more?  Clearly if you can afford a half a mil, you are not worried about putting another $30k in your 401k this year...

9/18/19
7:38 AM
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Currently Tier 3/LEV III standards are generally equivalent.  The bigger issue is that CARB definitely overreaches, and as of late will withold EOs unless automakers meet arbitrary limits on made-up drive cycles, none of which is in the regulation.

9/17/19
12:50 PM
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This is almost as big of a dick swinging contest as full-size truck towing capacity.