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Whatcha buyin?
bgz Online
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???
HockeyDad Offline
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Bitcoin?
ZRX1200 Offline
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Carbon credits.
HockeyDad Offline
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Mortgage refinance companies?
bgz Online
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So EVs and Bank stocks then?
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Looking for a new car over the next couple of months. Will go with a Honda Accord Sport, but don't yet know which model.
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New washing machine - The old one has dementia and cannot decide which cycle it is on - or complete a cycle after it has started.

If Mamma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. She picked out a new machine yesterday and it is being delivered next week.
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madspackler wrote:
New washing machine - The old one has dementia and cannot decide which cycle it is on - or complete a cycle after it has started.

If Mamma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. She picked out a new machine yesterday and it is being delivered next week.

You are lucky to get it that fast these days.
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rfenst wrote:
You are lucky to get it that fast these days.


I thought big box places like Target and Best Buy were selling off their excess inventory of durable goods? At least that’s what I remember seeing last week.
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One thing I ain’t buying in the foreseeable future will be cigars.

Bought a borderline insane amount of Toro-sized smokes a couple weeks ago and then ran across a decent deal for some rather pricey Padrons that I’d been wanting to buy so got 5ers of those too. From what I can figure, optimal smoke time for the Toros will be a year from now. The Padrons were specifically purchased for a very special occasion in 2032 (…assuming I’m still alive and smoking cigars at that time…).

Luckily(?) was able to use the LaPyaP 6 months interest-free purchase option so ezy-peazy to pay a hunnert or so and not really miss it.
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Tacos, I'm always buying tacos.
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Padrons are available again locally!
Couldn't resist the Machete special edition CFed
Haven't bought any cfed in a while

In today's crash?
Hopefully the question has been whatcha sellin.

How low will your favorite oil company go before the deadcat?

Dangerous times to be trading. Fortunately took profits off the table Tuesday

Maybe when bumblefuss sees how a serious country refines oil he'll wake from woke & let America build a modern refinery
If not there's always DG
dollar general
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Gas, food, and sparkly things for the woman. That's about all I can afford currently
Palama Offline
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Dg west deptford wrote:
Padrons are available again locally!
Couldn't resist the Machete special edition CFed
Haven't bought any cfed in a while

In today's crash?
Hopefully the question has been whatcha sellin.

How low will your favorite oil company go before the deadcat?

Dangerous times to be trading. Fortunately took profits off the table Tuesday

Maybe when bumblefuss sees how a serious country refines oil he'll wake from woke & let America build a modern refinery
If not there's always DG
dollar general


I'mma not selling but the ROI on whatever Cuban cigars I have would be compelling.
bgz Online
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Dg west deptford wrote:
Padrons are available again locally!
Couldn't resist the Machete special edition CFed
Haven't bought any cfed in a while

In today's crash?
Hopefully the question has been whatcha sellin.

How low will your favorite oil company go before the deadcat?

Dangerous times to be trading. Fortunately took profits off the table Tuesday

Maybe when bumblefuss sees how a serious country refines oil he'll wake from woke & let America build a modern refinery
If not there's always DG
dollar general


I jumped on with some hill money.

I'm not scared!

On another note... I need a new washer machine too...

I'm ok if it goes down more, I got puts on sh*t.
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buy a Speed Queen.
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frankj1 wrote:
buy a Speed Queen.



Seriously considered a Speed Queen but they are damn proud of their machines. Can purchase 2 of the one that we got for the price of one of the 'Queens. If this one does not make it long I think I could convince the Mrs. to consider one next time. The last one (Maytag) lasted 7 years before it lost its mind (computer issue). The unit and guts still look like new but the cost of the replacement "mind" is more than a new unit.
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Palama wrote:
I'mma not selling but the ROI on whatever Cuban cigars I have would be compelling.

Mine exceeded 5% and some more than 10%. I made a ****-ton of money selling off my collection at fair prices. They truly were the good "investment" I predicted, but also knew it was only to the extent that I didn't smoke them. LOL. Pm me your cell and I'll text you a picture of my collection.
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Paloma’s gonna get a di ck pic!
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It’s ok.

It’s Kosher.
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rfenst wrote:
Mine exceeded 5% and some more than 10%. I made a ****-ton of money selling off my collection at fair prices. They truly were the good "investment" I predicted, but also knew it was only to the extent that I didn't smoke them. LOL. Pm me your cell and I'll text you a picture of my collection.


Yup. A bunch of my early inventory came from your thinnings. And ‘cause they were already 3 to 5 years old at the time, ready to smoke. Herfing
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ZRX1200 wrote:
It’s ok.

It’s Kosher.

haha, made me laugh! Thanks!
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Palama wrote:
Yup. A bunch of my early inventory came from your thinnings. And ‘cause they were already 3 to 5 years old at the time, ready to smoke. Herfing

Which ones did you get?
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frankj1 wrote:
buy a Speed Queen.



+1..........after buying the pair we have now I do not think we'll ever look back.I'm expecting them to outlast both me and wifey
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I bought a couple boxes of AF Cuban Corona's with a certain Fathers day offer I just could not refuse
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rfenst wrote:
Which ones did you get?


2015

Cohiba Siglo III EMA MAR 2008
Monte PE PER SEP 2010
Party Shorts 2007

In two June 2016 transactions:

Dip #2 2008
HU Mag 46 JUN 2008
Monte #2 NOV 2009
PLPC SEP 2008
RyJ CenC MAY 2007
HU #2 MAY 2010
HdM Epicure #1 JUN 2011
RG Perlas DIC 2012

2017

ERdM Choix Supreme 2007
Monte Edmundo 2008

Looking at that, you were definitely my "main man" when it came to Cubans!

Thanks ever so much! Herfing
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The PLPC, ERdM Choix, Monte 2008 EL and and Monte PE were among my favorites. I still have one Monte 2008 EL left and I am saving it for a special occasion. The ERdM were awesome. I only paid like $300 for a 50 cab like 8-10 years ago from a swiss site that is no longer in business.
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The Monte C EL from 2003 was one of my favorites, but I do not save cigars very well. When I like them, I seem to power right through them.

Tomorrow ain't a guarantee. Smoke 'em.
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That's my problem with cigars... I had a "collection" at one point, but like the great Ron White... I intended on smoking each and every last one of them... and I did!
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Whistlebritches wrote:
+1..........after buying the pair we have now I do not think we'll ever look back.I'm expecting them to outlast both me and wifey

they will.
Our repair man told me to buy a Speed Queen when the 7 year old washing machine was gonna be very expensive to repair, and he added to go for the low tech control model rather than the new fangled computer-touch-screen type.
Spin the dial, push...it washes the clothes.
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Good info on the speed queens. After I buy a freakin' house I'm gonna need new ones. Not shipping the current setup. Whirlpool Duet Sport front loaders. They've been good, but trying to ship as little as possible.
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frankj1 wrote:
buy a Speed Queen.


A Tranny on Amphetamines? Curious recommendation.
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Credit card bill.
Auto Insurance bill.
Gas & Electric bill.
Pork nachos with Mustard Habanero sauce.
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frankj1 wrote:
they will.
Our repair man told me to buy a Speed Queen when the 7 year old washing machine was gonna be very expensive to repair, and he added to go for the low tech control model rather than the new fangled computer-touch-screen type.
Spin the dial, push...it washes the clothes.



Exactly what we bought.............less bells and whistles equal less service calls
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Exactly what we bought.............less bells and whistles equal less service calls

me and you...we're like uh genius!
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Gas, food, and sparkly things for the woman. That's about all I can afford currently


Speaking of women, besides gas and food and sparkly things, did you here there's a tampon shortage too? It's a bloody mess, It's true!

Here’s what’s behind the tampon shortage

BY LEXI LONAS AND CAROLINE VAKIL - 06/15/22 3:26 PM ET

https://thehill.com/homenews/3525030-heres-whats-behind-the-tampon-shortage/
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Didn't hear anything here. How about there?
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Here, there and everywhere.
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8trackdisco wrote:
A Tranny on Amphetamines? Curious recommendation.

should I have said rent instead of buy?
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RayR wrote:
Speaking of women, besides gas and food and sparkly things, did you here there's a tampon shortage too? It's a bloody mess, It's true!

Here’s what’s behind the tampon shortage

BY LEXI LONAS AND CAROLINE VAKIL - 06/15/22 3:26 PM ET

https://thehill.com/homenews/3525030-heres-whats-behind-the-tampon-shortage/

so what are you using, or have you gone through the change?




I keed, I keed!
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frankj1 wrote:
should I have said rent instead of buy?


If you fear commitment, that is the best next step.
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Dg west deptford wrote:

Hopefully the question has been whatcha sellin.

How low will your favorite oil company go before the deadcat?

Dangerous times to be trading. Fortunately took profits off the table Tuesday


Doh... nobody likes a dead cat, ask Schrödinger, well, he probably liked dead cats... but mine is alive! Nobody killed it yet! It's a trooper.

EV Hill #3... sounds like a bad movie, but so far it's going well.
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