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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Wandler, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    on the bright side, i've have immunity built up :lol:
     
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    jesus christ you god damn savage. just get a card holder, not only are bulky wallets retarded they are terrible for your back
     
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    I use a bifold with a magnet for cash. Carry it in my front pocket. Like 12 bucks from Walmart.
     
  4. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    is it better that i keep my phone in the other back pocket to balance out ? :lol:

    i've been looking at the card things for a long time. when i get something, it will be one of those most likely. im well overdue....wife been on me since before we were married.
     
  5. Wandler

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    My father in laws wallet would make George Costanza proud.
     
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    More guns and more ammo
     
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    I want one but not looking forward to the process...anyone have suggestions on a new mattress?I've been recommended by one friend a Purple mattress. Laid on his some and it does feel comfortable.
     
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    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    It’s hard to evaluate a mattress by laying on it for 5 minutes in general.

    We have a Sleep Number and love it but understand people not wanting to spend that much. Only regret is that we got it before the whole reclining bed thing was out. Wish we had separate reclining sides.
     
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    we got a mid level one b/c we didn't want to spend thousands. i'll ask wife what it is. we love it.
     
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    I've heard good things about the sleep number as well, I'm open to anything.
     
  12. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    we got this just under a thousand on sale....

    Doctors Choice Elite Plush Mattress | Denver Mattress

    its Denver's own line and they have different levels of it. we got the base model first, hated it, and then ended up with this one. i was about to say go check out there store, but not one in OKC.
     
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    Okay before I send this thing back, does anyone have experience with the ring stick up cam? I have the doorbell and was wanting one additional camera on my driveway. So I thought the stick up camera seemed like the perfect fit. I put it on my shop and having tons of issues with the motion detection. On my doorbell it’s very slick I can choose zones and make them whatever size I want. On this one there are only 3 zones to choose from and that’s if the motion verification is on. I find that part of my issue is the motion verification. So when I turn it off my only choose is sensitivity. Turned all the way up it alerts me when cars drive down the road. Turned down literally one notch, it won’t pick up a car 30 feet in front. Is there anything I can do? Is there a better single camera out there? Needs to be able to go outside most likely or be able to look through a window.
     
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    We have a Nectar mattress. No complaints. They have a 1 year trial period so have plenty of time to decide if you like it.
     
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    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    My battery cams are Blink. My hardwired cam is a Ring floodlight cam. Can’t speak for the battery Ring cam though. I would think it would be similar to my floodlight cam as far as zones and such. I love the floodlight cam.

    B2D66CAB-7398-4B81-BB66-1B0C1C36B3E1.jpeg
     
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    One thing I'm really glad my hood bans are those trash dumpsters. IDK what I've even do with a couple 50gal wheely buckets.
     
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    Wut? What do you take out to the street?
     
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    Everyone has them. That’s what is provided to us for trash and recycle. Not sure what y’all use.
     
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    Bags :lol: City provides them. Just set the bag on the curb. Why do you need a big ass wheely barrrow thing? It's way better than hundreds of big ass dumpsters rolling around the hood and hanging out on the side of houses :lol:
     
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    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    I need a picture of said bags.