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woodchuck312

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Carroll county and good measure should not even be in the same sentence...may as well said Cecil.
To be fair I think I have only been to the GW in Westminster a few times. I don't think i've ever found anything that was even remotely worth the trip. Pro tip though Baugher's Farm outside Westminster in the Fall is great for apple picking and cider.
 

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#onestop. Had to go down to Phx to pick up some furniture won at auction, and it turned out the pickup spot was just a mile or so from a little hole-in-the-wall thrift I rarely get to, as it is too far out of the way to be part of a regular circuit. No over-the-top grails, but a bunch of flippable inventory with a super-low PPU of around three bucks. So here is the #onestop in its entirety:

S5A house brand with Zegna cloth and a couple BB Madisons.
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Tori Richard for HD
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Couple PRL blousons and a cool Orvis super-thick coat
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Pants. Cornys are linen.
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Shirts. Dang, that BB OCBD is about the preppiest shirt I've ever seen . . .
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Lots of ties at a buck each.
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Had no idea Psycho Bunny even made ties . . . pink Behar is linen. And that Chinese Peter Millar 7-fold is shockingly nice.
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Couple Magnanni belts for two bucks each.
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And a pair of Cable & Co cap toe bluchers, appearing unworn.
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txwoodworker

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Happy Fourth my friends. Stay safe out there. This year that means more than not losing fingers.
Ran into the office to water the plants, hit the store a block away. Been forever since I've seen H. Plum velour pants, mens, and Guideboat madras shorts.
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Thrift fit, courtesy of the link posted here about the glitch in the SuSu matrix on custom orders. They didnt honor the order, but gave a $50 credit for canancelling it, so I bought these linen drawstring shorts. Susu popover, CH stitchlite shoes, both thrift.
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Yeah, they didn't honor mine but got a 550SEK ≈ 60 dollares gift card. Seems that some got their order through though.
 

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Yeah, they didn't honor mine but got a 550SEK ≈ 60 dollares gift card. Seems that some got their order through though.
Huh, I stopped following the thread after my saga was closed, assumed everyone got heir orders canceled. Still for the best though, didn't actually need a suit, and these are my new favorite shorts.
 

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Thread friends there is nothing like the air conditioning going out, on the 4th of July, when it's sunny and 94 degrees F / 34.4 degrees C to remind me how much I rely on air conditioning to be comfortable! As I find this community to be the single most resourceful group of people I know, any thoughts / tips on a potential self fix? I've already checked to see if it's frozen up (not that i can tell) and cleared the drain line. Full disclosure it went out a month or so a go and it was an easy fix for an A/C service (only like 100 bucks) and it's a relatively new condenser outside that just isn't coming on. Also further full disclosure i've had 2-3 frozen margaritas so not in the best place to do any electrical work
 

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Thread friends there is nothing like the air conditioning going out, on the 4th of July, when it's sunny and 94 degrees F / 34.4 degrees C to remind me how much I rely on air conditioning to be comfortable! As I find this community to be the single most resourceful group of people I know, any thoughts / tips on a potential self fix? I've already checked to see if it's frozen up (not that i can tell) and cleared the drain line. Full disclosure it went out a month or so a go and it was an easy fix for an A/C service (only like 100 bucks) and it's a relatively new condenser outside that just isn't coming on. Also further full disclosure i've had 2-3 frozen margaritas so not in the beat place to do any electrical wo
I'm guessing you live in a house ,I live in a condo but had the same problem just neutral air coming out (if I understood correctly ?)
So my gf actually scheduled a service guy to come out but the previous day I tried a hail Mary pass.
I put the AC on cool then turned it off ,and put it on heat for a minute. Turned off again and put in cool and gradually it started cooling again no problem.while it was on heat there was a strong smell so I'm guessing some clogging blew out.
saved about $400 .
Worked for me ,just saying.
 

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I'm guessing you live in a house ,I live in a condo but had the same problem just neutral air coming out (if I understood correctly ?)
So my gf actually scheduled a service guy to come out but the previous day I tried a hail Mary pass.
I put the AC on cool then turned it off ,and put it on heat for a minute. Turned off again and put in cool and gradually it started cooling again no problem.while it was on heat there was a strong smell so I'm guessing some clogging blew out.
saved about $400 .
Worked for me ,just saying.
Will report back!
 

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