Ticallion The Baptist
ahintz
5/23/20
12:22 AM
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A loaded 2009 Impala in very good condition with that mileage blue books at around $5k. Even if you have to junk the thing and you don’t get a dime for it, a couple of years of car payments adds up to more than 5 grand in most cases. Also, I would bet on an Impala having quite a bit of life left in it at 125k if Read more

5/17/20
10:39 PM
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Maybe stop giving 100+ million a year to your literal welfare queen and her misshapen offspring instead of making your citizens pay extra when so many are just getting back to work.

5/13/20
11:48 PM
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No. I like android auto. I like having a large screen without having to carry a tablet in my pocket. I like having satellite radio without having to tack on some aftermarket tumor of a receiver. 

5/13/20
1:05 AM
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I replaced the battery on a 2011 before selling it a couple years back. Got it from macsales.com and it tested out just fine. 

5/12/20
2:03 AM
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You could have just purchased a street legal motorcycle on Amazon and avoided the paperwork. Not quite as quirky, though.

5/10/20
4:28 AM
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Good God, am I that old? All I got on here was Pete and Bob. Wherefore art thou Hank Hill? Master Splinter? No love for Piccolo?

5/10/20
4:18 AM
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Just remember that like half of the founding fathers were basically trust fund kids, and that the whole reason the US exists is because they didn’t want to pay their taxes. Maybe ~250 years later is far enough along for us to let go of a couple "traditional American values,” and to put our efforts toward making this a Read more

5/10/20
3:30 AM
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I can’t comment on your specific situation, but if all of these employers paid workers a living wage, I think the “they’re making more money on unemployment” argument would go out the window. For a minimum-wage worker in Ohio (and many other states), that extra $600 is almost double what they’d make working a full 40 Read more

5/4/20
4:00 PM
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Somehow, I'm always in the mood for some Leon Bridges or similar when I get in the kitchen. 

5/4/20
2:43 PM
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They’re only less jerky if the manufacturer doesn't program the fake shifts in there to make it feel like a "real" transmission. 

5/2/20
1:10 AM
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Sure, Napolitano-style pizza may not be that bad for you. But for a huge chunk of America, the chains (and maybe a local joint or two serving the same kind of pies) are the only option. I never even heard of pizza Napolitano until I was in my 20s. There isn't a shop within 45 minutes of my hometown that serves Read more

4/30/20
1:26 AM
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So the cheapest iPad pro 11 incher is $850. Add on a $300 keyboard and you’re at $1150 minimum. If you’re after a device to do laptop things, why wouldn’t you just get the MacBook Air for $1000? Unless you need an Apple pencil for doing illustration or something, I really see no advantage to this.

So the cheapest iPad pro 11 incher is $850. Add on a $300 keyboard and you’re at $1150 minimum. If you’re after a

4/27/20
11:24 PM
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If the infomercials that filled the sick days and snow days of my youth are to be believed, you need a set of Ronco Showtimes for 3 easy payments of $39.99.

4/19/20
1:01 AM
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My guess is that he was probably using a carbon steel skillet in the video. You can find them pretty cheap online or at restaurant supply stores. But there's really no reason your trusty cast iron can't do the job. 

4/15/20
12:51 AM
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Did they actually make any changes to the Verizon version re: water and dust resistance, or is it the same phone with extra money tacked on for the rating? No manufacturer is going to give you warranty coverage for that stuff, so as long as the hardware is the same, I'm not sure I care about the certification.