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EthanTheFrogMan

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About EthanTheFrogMan

  • Title
    Ribbit, Ribbit

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Server Manager's Assistant-Battlefield 4

System

  • CPU
    i5 4690k
  • Motherboard
    MB MSI Z97S SLI PLUS ATX R
  • RAM
    MEM 16GB GSKILL F3-1866C9D-16GXM R
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 970 ACX 2.0
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Black
  • Storage
    256GB Crucial BX100, 1TB Porsche Design HDD
  • PSU
    CX500
  • Display(s)
    ASUS LED 23" PA238QR IPS, 2 other shitty displays
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 evo
  • Keyboard
    shitty compaq keyboard, needs upgrade
  • Mouse
    SteelSeries Diablo lll
  • Sound
    apple earpods (don't judge :P)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. EthanTheFrogMan

    Nice Over-Ear Headphones for around $70USD?

    My father asked for a pair of nice, quality sounding headphones to use when listening to music on his phone and laptop for the holidays. Keep in mind he he currently uses old apple headphones (not even earpods), and does not want earbuds as he finds they often fall out. Is there a good quality, wired pair of headphones with moderate highs, while not "bass boosted" that he may enjoy around the $70 usd price point? I was looking into the HD429's but they are no longer available it seems, and the 30x's have such a long cord... Thanks, Ethan
  2. ill get one on in a bit
  3. its true its cosmetic, but I spoke with a body shop owner who is a friend of mine, and he and I are both worried the crack in the bumper is going to spread with no support, and a drifters stitch is not a possibility as it would have to be bonded to metal. The problem is that half of the bumper has a possibility of breaking off in the long run, at which time I will have to end up replacing it.
  4. well than THATS a problem with YOUR parenting, there is no reason for someone to pay to fix someone elses mistake if it is not their responsibility to do so
  5. This does not address the fact that she has been rather ignorant in her driving. I might add, someone very lightly rear ended her car (BMW 3 series) and drove off, and she will need a new bumper ($1500+) and her bumper was also damaged slightly by hitting my car, but this does not matter as HER bumper is being replaced regardless.
  6. I have to agree with this. I am going to again confront her, explaining that I am looking into the repair of the bumper, as the crunch barrier has started to go in, and it may eventually need to be replaced, in which time I AM NOT going to pay for it.
  7. This is a good idea, its just the fact is, it is unlikely it will happen again if I have enough space to park in the garage....
  8. I ask myself that every day....
  9. The car is in my name, cause I bought it from my dad. When he gets home he is going to look at the damage
  10. mm, insurance fraud, that's a good idea!
  11. I have, and none of them have ANY parts for 2009-12 corollas I also checked ebay and I can get one, but it will only about $20 less than a new one painted. We don't have many junk yards here, and getting the right color will be difficult too
  12. True, and I can fix the bumper itself, it will just be rather expensive. Thanks for all your guys's help.
  13. True, I told her about it, and she said "oh". I guess im just hoping she will learn to be more careful when she is parking, opening doors, and backing out so she does not damage my car in the future. A crack was made as a result of her hitting the bumper, and I will eventually need to get it replaced, at a cost of $200-250, which I can afford, but I would rather not have to pay for.
  14. I don't, im 16 and instead of paying rent I do the maintenance on her car, as well as pay for the internet.
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