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For some reason whenever I buy a printer it lasts 20 days then breaks. It really So I end up buying 3 printers in 1 year.
So buy a good printer
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
I'm cursed with printers bro.
The list is so long. I'm awful with money.
Fishing tackle. I have so much already but I am always on the lookout for new equipment. Money and I are soon are soon parted.
what is worse is we have this printer, and it takes a separate cartridge for each color. i just needed to print a black and white document the other day, but because we needed to replace the yellow cartridge, it wouldn't let me print anything.
wtf is up with that?
So you go 305 days a year without a printer? Livin life on the edge there Maury.
Mine same way Rob it sucks
Seems like lately it's been gin and women. Oh, and wine - women like wine.
the thing i would say i waste money is hats......my hat collection gets added to often (although a lot of them i get as gifts--most of the ones i have gotten this year have been gifts) and there is many of them i don't wear anymore...but i never leave the house without one (my bald arsed head would get fried(
Cholula and La Casa white queso. Both are relatively expensive with cheaper alternatives. But they are just too good not to buy. I also buy more expensive beer. Usually nothing crazy expensive, but 8-11 bucks a sixer is pretty common for me.
Froggy...never fear! There is no such thing as "wasting money" on fishing tackle.
Shoes, because I like to wear fresh shoes. And I go through a lot of milk and bread. But those are a need so it isn't a waste.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
I know it CLR. I was just trying to fit in with the rounders on here. Only another fisherman can understand the need for two pair of needle nose pliars, a Swiss Army knife, a Gerber multitool, a Gerber folding skinning knife, two hemostat hook removers, 6 different sizes of split shot, Crappie hooks, Bluegill hooks, Bass hooks, Walleye Hooks and catfish hooks, a jar each of Sonny's regular and blood dip bait, three different lengths of catfish dip worms, Spinner baits, crank baits, plastic worms, buzz baits, beetlespins, jigs in sizes 1/32 up to 1 oz. Twister tails, tube jigs, three sizes of round bobbers, three sizes of slip bobbers, bobber stops and that is just in the smaller one of my three taackle boxes. We know how to spend on lots of crap CLR. Glad i have company.
My thoughts exactly
UI are you one of these people who won't wear a pair after they get a little bit of dirt on them?
Booze and ladies
Those are hardly a waste, my friend. In fact I'd argue those are a man's only true necessities.
I waste a lot of money in bars. I like to get rounds for everybody, because I like for people to have a good time.
I spend a lot on cigars.
NC, I've always wanted to ask you, who is the guy on the left next to Snoopy? He looks vaguely like someone I should know but I am drawing a blank on a name.
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To put it simply...sinning.
Nick the bartender in It's a wonderful LIfe
George (James Stewart) orders a Double Bourbon and Clarence the Angel orders a Flaming Rum Punch then switches it to Mulled Wine heavy on the cinnamon. This film was made in 1946. In this scene, Clarence also says that he's 293 years old...so the writers in the 1940s assumed that people drank Flaming Rum Punches and Mulled Wine in the 1650s? Interesting.
My wife. But its with love. And golf
Ahhhh yes! No wonder he looked familiar. Did you know that the old guy who was the gaurd or whatever at the bridge scene when Jimmy gets saved from the river, was from Des Moines?
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