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post #76156 of 85809
i'm out. byrrh is way too easy to drink
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That's a sad looking Ottoman, bro.

I'll have you know my watch is on it making it look worse than it is.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Stairs down to your room? Seems Mr G's last salvo was more on target than one would have thought...

I'll have you know they're stairs up to an artist's loft.
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The flux capacitor on my Delorean broke while I was showing my kids prehistoric lands during the afternoon, and I spent my Saturday night fending off dinosaurs instead of attending a saucy puppet show with Bender and Fry.

Oh, I'm sorry, is this not the thread where we tell outrageous, obvious lies?

I'll have you know mrg is hilarious. Oh wait you don't want me to lie?
post #76158 of 85809
You were the roofie target, brototype. The inner circle paid a hit man to drug you and chain you a basement so you'd stop posting. Too bad they hired the edina of hit men
post #76159 of 85809
I'm not trying to start contcherversy here but I can't believe ottoman is a furniture that people really spend their money on. I mean like if the furniture store wanted to throw it in for free I'd probly take it but I wouldn't surrender my hard earned money for it.
post #76160 of 85809
It was a pretty good empire, though
post #76161 of 85809
Did anyone else right click that sad picture of Ed's as we know he's going to take it down and it might be funny at some point in the future?
post #76162 of 85809
I've been on a quest to find a replacement backpack. I thought I had narrowed it down to 2 models. Bought both and just had to decide which to keep and which to return (neither one is perfect).

Today I stumbled across a sick mountaineering store that I had never seen before. Now there is another pack in the running. But this one comes in 2 sizes...the 40L might be a bit too small, the 50L might be way too big.

Now I have to order 2 more fucking packs.
post #76163 of 85809
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I've been on a quest to find a replacement backpack. I thought I had narrowed it down to 2 models. Bought both and just had to decide which to keep and which to return (neither one is perfect).

Today I stumbled across a sick mountaineering store that I had never seen before. Now there is another pack in the running. But this one comes in 2 sizes...the 40L might be a bit too small, the 50L might be way too big.

Now I have to order 2 more fucking packs.

I just finished a six-day backpacking trip. My pack is a 50L, and FWIW it was just about right for traveling light and fast (most of my gear is very lightweight). I don't think I could have fit everything comfortably into a 40L pack. Most of the people on the trip had 65L packs.
post #76164 of 85809
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Originally Posted by VaderDave View Post

I just finished a six-day backpacking trip. My pack is a 50L, and FWIW it was just about right for traveling light and fast (most of my gear is very lightweight). I don't think I could have fit everything comfortably into a 40L pack. Most of the people on the trip had 65L packs.

I've got a larger backpacking pack...it is pretty old and there have been some pretty cool modern designs, but it is perfectly good so I am not replacing it yet.

I'm specifically looking for something a bit less technical to replace a pack I use at least once a week just to carry crap/gear on my motorcycle, as well as use on certain types of vacations. Needs to be able to fit as a carryon and be a panel-loader rather than a top loader. 40L is about the minimum that can hold my lifejacket and some sailing gear or deal with a week+ non-camping international trip. Mostly just want a giant space to throw crap...not a lot of compartments or organization. Something I can ride to home depot with, fill with crap, and ride home with something tall sticking out of the top. Might not be organizationally perfect for travel, but I travel with it once a year, and carry shit with it once a week or mroe.

Had it narrowed down to an osprey farpoint 40 or Ozone 46 after eliminating the Porter series for being too dorky looking. Eliminated some north face/REI/patagonia models that just wouldn't work or had stupid features.

Was looking like it would be the Ozone 46 since the farpoint is a little too travel oriented and has too many suitcase features...but then I found these mountainsmith packs.

The Mountainsmith Approach 40 and 50. Pretty sweet packs. Waistbelt can be removed/tucked away for just kicking around. Mostly just has one big compartment. Only problem is that the 40L might be a little small/narrow for my needs, and the 50L is getting too big (and I don't think is carryon legal if it is completely full). 50% cheaper than the osprey pack too, but feels more heavy duty.
post #76165 of 85809
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I've got a larger backpacking pack...it is pretty old and there have been some pretty cool modern designs, but it is perfectly good so I am not replacing it yet.

I'm specifically looking for something a bit less technical to replace a pack I use at least once a week just to carry crap/gear on my motorcycle, as well as use on certain types of vacations. Needs to be able to fit as a carryon and be a panel-loader rather than a top loader. 40L is about the minimum that can hold my lifejacket and some sailing gear or deal with a week+ non-camping international trip. Mostly just want a giant space to throw crap...not a lot of compartments or organization. Something I can ride to home depot with, fill with crap, and ride home with something tall sticking out of the top. Might not be organizationally perfect for travel, but I travel with it once a year, and carry shit with it once a week or mroe.

Had it narrowed down to an osprey farpoint 40 or Ozone 46 after eliminating the Porter series for being too dorky looking. Eliminated some north face/REI/patagonia models that just wouldn't work or had stupid features.

Was looking like it would be the Ozone 46 since the farpoint is a little too travel oriented and has too many suitcase features...but then I found these mountainsmith packs.

The Mountainsmith Approach 40 and 50. Pretty sweet packs. Waistbelt can be removed/tucked away for just kicking around. Mostly just has one big compartment. Only problem is that the 40L might be a little small/narrow for my needs, and the 50L is getting too big (and I don't think is carryon legal if it is completely full). 50% cheaper than the osprey pack too, but feels more heavy duty.

Ah, okay. I can't really help you with any of that. Hopefully you find something that's a good fit for your needs. smile.gif My experience with MountainSmith is limited to their lumbar packs from about 20 years ago (which seemed pretty bulletproof). I liked mine quite a bit. Unfortunately, the guy who broke into my Jeep one night apparently liked it a lot, too. frown.gif
post #76166 of 85809
was a little hot and humid today.
post #76167 of 85809
Weather in RI is real fickle today :\



On the bright side, I love hearing the accents of blue-collar people I run into.
post #76168 of 85809
If a baseball game is still tied at the end of 12 innings, they should do home run derby to decide the winner. It would be like penalty kicks in soccer (play a different game to decide the winner of the original game) except it would have home runs, which everone loves to see.
post #76169 of 85809
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Weather in RI is real fickle today :\



On the bright side, I love hearing the accents of blue-collar people I run into.

Kid, its wick-hid fucking hawt today right? And the humidity? forghetaboutit.
post #76170 of 85809
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Weather in RI is real fickle today :\



On the bright side, I love hearing the accents of blue-collar people I run into.

RI is so blue collar but I don't see any bums around. Maybe they're all in downtown providence 1 mile away 😂
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