I just bought a... (non clothing item)

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Tokyo Slim, May 12, 2006.

  1. Lucky Strike

    Lucky Strike Senior member

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    This is a beauty piece. Do you have any pics with it loaded up?
    Thanks! No, no further pics yet, I'm still waiting for delivery.
     


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    Went on an iTunes classical music buying binge today. Also filled up my Ford Explorer, for $25. This is excellent.
     


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    On saturday: a 1990 Classic Red Miata.
     


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    Nice!
     


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    On saturday: a 1990 Classic Red Miata.

    Is your vagina on order or do you already have one? [​IMG]
     


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    Is your vagina on order or do you already have one? [​IMG]
    It's on back-order at my local Mazda dealership [​IMG] Unfortunately there's a few unexpected things that need to be fixed before I am comfortable driving it full-time (a few spots of underbody rust, a cracking accessory belt, and all-season tires). Didn't inspect it close enough on the test drive [​IMG] However, from driving it so far, it is a BLAST to drive. I've wanted one since the 9th grade, and I've finally fulfilled that dream. PS: No homo.
     


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    A Y Senior member

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    Went on an iTunes classical music buying binge today.

    Which pieces did you get?

    My Nelson Eye clock arrived the other day. It's even better looking in real life than in its pictures.

    --Andre
     


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    1994 Toyota 4x4 pick up with 24,000 miles!
     


  9. Huntsman

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    Just bought this Pelikan Souveran 400 for a friend for Christmas, with a custom ground medium italic nib. [​IMG]
     


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    samsung 42 inch plasma, needed an apartment heater[​IMG]
     


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    samsung 42 inch plasma, needed an apartment heater[​IMG]
    Unfortunately I still need to run my heater with the plasma in the room. I wonder, are larger size televisions frowned upon in Europe, due to higher energy consumption or for other reasons?
     


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    Sopranos complete DVD boxed set.
     


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    Unfortunately I still need to run my heater with the plasma in the room. I wonder, are larger size televisions frowned upon in Europe, due to higher energy consumption or for other reasons?

    No, not really.. Allthough I do believe that across the pond people do go a lot bigger than I did, allthough mine is really allready a size that gets a lot of attention here.. The energy difference comes a lot more from the different types of cars and mroe important the inhouse heating system. I remember distinctly from the US that a lot of people had these electrical or gas powered heaters, is that still the case?
     


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    No, not really.. Allthough I do believe that across the pond people do go a lot bigger than I did, allthough mine is really allready a size that gets a lot of attention here.. The energy difference comes a lot more from the different types of cars and mroe important the inhouse heating system. I remember distinctly from the US that a lot of people had these electrical or gas powered heaters, is that still the case?
    Most houses in US are heated by natural gas or oil (on the decline I think). There are also portable electrical heaters but you can't really use those to heat more than one room at a time. The gas or oil systems usually heat water that gets circulated along baseboards, which is similar to what most Europe uses, IMHO. Another type, which I read is less efficient, is "forced air" heating system" that heats the air that is then pumped through vents throughout the dwelling.
     


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    [​IMG]

    A new tractor

    460 cubic inches of Fordy goodness.

    My first manual transmission vehicle, I need to learn how to drive it, all my other ones have been automatics. [​IMG]

    Oh, and its 4x4 with solid axle in the front[​IMG]
     


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