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Old dash cam finally died after 6 faithful years of service.  Picked up quite an upgrade.  I love how compact this one is; it's no taller than my rear view mirror.  It disappears perfectly.

 

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I picked up a new mouse for playing games like ESO. I went for this one because I want the option to have less buttons on my mouse if I dont need all 12. 

 

This is my first naga so I'm excited to try it out

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On 5/17/2019 at 11:28 PM, Volbet said:

I've been picking up some of the hippty-hop all of the kids have been talking about:

I like you.  Aesop Rock is great.


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23 hours ago, Radioactive Snowman said:

I picked up a new mouse for playing games like ESO. I went for this one because I want the option to have less buttons on my mouse if I dont need all 12. 

 

This is my first naga so I'm excited to try it out

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It's fantastic! Where have you ordered it? I would like to getthe same

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14 minutes ago, mariopepper said:

It's fantastic! Where have you ordered it? I would like to getthe same

You can just get it on their website here. Also, if you're interested in having a ton of macros you could check out the Corsair Scimitar.

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49 minutes ago, mariopepper said:

It's fantastic! Where have you ordered it? I would like to getthe same

I got mine from Gamestop for €115. You can get it cheaper on Amazon UK (around £75) but I was impatient and didnt want to wait. My initial impressions are pretty good, it makes playing eso a much better experience than my old mouse. Make sure the side panel is aligned properly though, I thought it was broken but the panel just wasnt aligned perfectly.


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This is the very first tape that my boyfriend convinced me into buying.

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Yes, one that he convinced ME into buying. As if I wouldn't have done it before hand lmao


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I got myself some Westling Machine socket trays to try out. 

1/2" metric double row for some new impact sockets, 1/2" Large universal for axle nut sockets, 3/8" universal for hex drive sockets and 8pt sockets, and a Torx tray.

 

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MSI Optix MAG241CR

Most recent part for my upcoming first build. Buying part by part as days until the release of AMD Ryzen 3000 coming closer. Just some testing and color calibration with the laptop. My eyes are still used to 14" laptop screen, I guess I need some time until I get used to 24" screen.

Have some parts bought but this is the most recent for now. :D

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Just upgraded from my old dual ASUS VG248QE's  to these dual Dell S2716DG's. After selling my old ones and buying these used, paid about $300 for the pair.

 

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My new game controller, Redgear Zonik 😍😍😍

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I recently bought a folding lader to keep in my truck. This is how it comes from the factory. it's supposed to a five foot ladder but it's actually a few inches longer (mutter, mutter, mumble, mumble).

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That big, stepless top is a bit useless, so I also got a tool platform to go on top.

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This is how the ladder and the tool platform look when fully folded in.

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The shell on my "little" F150 Screw has a tool box on each side of the shell where windows normally would have gone. I'm going to store the ladder under the driver's side toolbox (that gray boxlike thing in the upper left corner of the photo) in a length of PVC fence post. Here, I've temporarily taped a cap onto one end of the post (it got glued on before painting) before inserting the ladder into the post to see how much needs to be trimmed off the length.

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After cutting down the fence post, I fitted and riveted some 1/16" thick, 7" long aluminum plates inside the posts near the ends to allow me to drill through the bottom of the tool box, through the plastic of the fence post and into the plates inside the post so I can rivet the post to the bottom of the tool box (rivets would have pulled through the PVC hence, the plate). That actually will be the simplest and most "sanitary" way to fasten the post since my arm isn't long enough (not even close!) to reach the closed end of the post to hold nuts for screws. Straps to hold up the post would have been a pain to make and install and would have looked clunky.

 

Here, I've painted the post and the other cap that will slip on and off.

 

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Before flipping it to the position it's at now (upside down), I painted a couple of coats on about a foot of the top of the open end of the post since that part will protrude past the end of the toolbox. I also painted the radius where the sides meet the top since that will also show when the post is installed and would have been hard to paint once the post was flipped upside down for painting. I barely had time to get four coats on the sides and bottom before it got too hot to paint (actually it was one to three degrees too hot for the last two coats but it should be alright since it went over the two coats that were applied just within the recommend top temperature, 90 degrees). I needed to get all the paint on yesterday because the paint had to be recoated within an hour of the previous coat or 48 hours after and we are going into a heatwave that would have made painting impractical.

 

I normally use Krylon Fusion for painting plastic but it's being discontinued, I couldn't find any Satin Black, and it's top application temperature is only 80 degrees (keep in mind this June in AZ). I don't like Rustoleum (I've had trouble with it ever since they changed the formulation back in the early '90s to make it more environmentally friendly; pity it became less user friendly) but the gal at Ace Hardware (unlike home centers, Ace hires only people who know their products) said she had successfully used Rustoleum's 2x paint and primer on plastic so I decided to take a chance on it.

 

It now gets to set on my driveway for seven days for the paint to fully cure since it's paint on plastic. I wasn't totally thrilled with it since the spray is too coarse and dispersed for applying thin coats with full coverage, it's a bit too glossy for my taste, and it has that seven day cure time. Still, it's done and I can recover from  yesterday now (I've said it before and I'll say it again; old age sucks!).

 

When I test fitted the post in the truck (I set it on a couple of cargo bars to hold it in the proper position, it was literally a jam fit between the tailgate and the removeable cap so I'm seriously considering shortening the ladder by an inch (easier than you would think; just a bit tedious) then cutting another 7/8" off the end of the post before I install it so there is less chance the heat will distort it over time. I just wish I had thought of that before I painted the post (mutter, mutter, mumble, mumble). 


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On 5/24/2019 at 3:10 AM, Dan Castellaneta said:

I just offered $14.50 on a lot of VeggieTales tapes. All because I wanted one of the tapes in the lot.

That specific tape is the 1999 retail release of the episode Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space, a tape I've been trying to scout out for a long time.

This is what happens when your planned 2000 subscriber special is the opening and the closing to one of my favorite episodes.

I still remember watching the veggie tales pirates movie. Ngl genuinely enjoyed it lol.


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Aw, I was expecting this to have previews on it!

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Oh well, at least it came with the little promotional pamphlet.

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Many, but not all of, my water cooled parts. I missed a couple fittings in my initial order so I had to order more from China, hopefully they get here around the July 7th release date for the new AMD stuff

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$30 (Canadian Pesos) at WalMart

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6 minutes ago, wkdpaul said:

$30 (Canadian Pesos) at WalMart

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You got ripped off duder.


And in the naked light I saw

Ten thousand people, maybe more.

 

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Flexing my wallet for Cyberpunk 2077

 

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Just now, Drak3 said:

You got ripped off duder.

Pretty happy with the purchase actually. ;)

*cough* autobleem *cough*


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19 minutes ago, wkdpaul said:

$30 (Canadian Pesos) at WalMart

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I thought Canadian currency was the Canadian Rupee.


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2 hours ago, SeraphicWings said:

Flexing my wallet for Cyberpunk 2077

 

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Dayum that looks clean, what are the noise levels like with the cpu cooler? I'm looking for a new one and that has the look im going for


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6 hours ago, Radioactive Snowman said:

Dayum that looks clean, what are the noise levels like with the cpu cooler? I'm looking for a new one and that has the look im going for

Stock cooler’s a bit noisy from time to time though


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