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The two Shirogorovs? That was a bargain, I think they were about $ 1100 each in the store, and that's waaaay above my pay grade!did you see the 2 $800'ish blades ? if i win the lottery, yep.
Yeah, the Small Inkosi is a decent price... almost nabbed one on FB for $230 the other day... but I'd be spending the Seb31 money
I feel you there! I found a mini griptilian in M4 for $130 but that'll take from the Sebenza fund!Yeah, the Small Inkosi is a decent price... almost nabbed one on FB for $230 the other day... but I'd be spending the Seb31 money
I would like to get a Large PJ Inkosi though... but then again, it would take from the Seb31 money LOL
Thanks a whole fuck of a lot man! That XHP blade got me! Now I definitely have to get a second job!ahhh mother fuck... might have to get this too
such a good price... man o man... have to mull over this a bit....
I'll be the one that says I thought the EUC coils sucked thenThere is universal testimony to this very thing. Everybody says how good the EUC ceramics are. I have a box that I haven't tried yet. The bridge too.
I think for what you paid, adding more cost puts you at a value not so much a bargain anymore@~Don~
My brass constant contact switch came in for the Dreamer. Through it on and took a couple pulls. IMMEDIATELY noticed the difference. Hit harder, switch didn't get warm.
Only had a few seconds to play as my wife has an appointment for what I like to call The Third and Final Installment (kid #3).
More science is needed. Also wonder if I should get it cerakoted to match the tube or if I'll keep it as an accent.
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You mean for the cerakote? That makes sense.I think for what you paid, adding more cost puts you at a value not so much a bargain anymore
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Prayers for your wife and baby. Sorry you're going through this.Well, I was planning on testing out the new switch tonight, but the wife's blood pressure was high so the OB sent her to the hospital for monitoring. Well that turned into a 24 hour monitoring. BP is fine now 5 hours later... baby is totally fine.
My sous vide strip steaks that were cooking this afternoon are probably no good now. Took them out after a half hour and they're vacuum sealed but probably best not to take chances.
TL;DR: Literally wasting 24 hours in a hospital. Stealth vaping my Grimm Kit tho
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Thanks for the kind words. Honestly it isn't a big deal as it stands now. We have a C-section scheduled for 1/27 if she doesn't go into labor before then due to the blood pressure issue, not so much the health of the baby. Baby's all rock n roll in there!Prayers for your wife and baby. Sorry you're going through this.
Haha you're absolutely right, Brew. Better safe than sorry!I'll have to echo the sentiment above, prayers and good vibes coming your way. Glad to hear both are fine.
About a million years ago, in another lifetime, I was a trauma team tech (night shift) while getting my degrees in biochem and human genetics. I can tell you first hand that elevated or low blood pressure can go south in a hurry. I still remember a patient, 23 y/o that came in with high blood pressure. He was pronounced 45 minutes later. The reason it is etched in my memory is because that happened the day I turned 23.
The way I see it, it wasn't wasted 24 hours under observation, it was the best you could do for them and yourself. As for the steaks, drop by and I'll cook for you as much as you can eat and take some home too!
I'm afraid that will be for the box I actually saw them, they were the Blade Show Special, 12 of them made. I had to stay a few steps away from the table 'cause I didn't wand to drool on the table. They are way above and beyond my pay grade and besides, I just don't see myself carrying it in my pocket. Maybe a Russian Mafia Capo would, but I sure as hell would have it insured and locked up un a bank vault.somewhere betwween 100-800