justinb138

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  1. I think they're only about $27 if you order one from them. Not sure what your time is worth, but if you've never cut lexan/acrylic before, save yourself the time and frustration and just order one.
  2. Is Deliverance a seasonal/local beer? I managed to find a place nearby that has their stuff, but I haven't seen that one anywhere. I was able to pick up a bottle of Devotion and Inferno, but the $17.99 they were asking for the Angel's Share seemed a bit steep.
  3. Was there last week. Having a Delerium Nocturnum tonight. Have a Rogue Dead Guy in the fridge, but probably won't get to it tonight.
  4. Just got to Sunset Tap and Grille in Boston, waiting for a concert later. Found Lost Abbey's Angels Share on the menu :) This is one of the most interesting beers I've had. What are you f***ers drinking tonight?
  5. Yeah, ok. Don't you think you need to figure out how the tax system works before you start giving people banking advice? Has Wesley gotten back to you on how to beat the tax system yet? I don't really know what you are trying to say , mnealtx. It is apparent that you don't know how the banking system works(or doesn't). Thing is this.., if a man doesn't know how to look after his money, if he doesn't understand how the bankster system works, how could he go on and on and on and on and on and on about anything in the world really? It all goes back to that filthy Lucre mnealtx. That's where it starts and that's where it ends. The fact that you don't understand the banking system explains alot about your posts over the years. Plain and simple you are ignorant. Now before you bow all up and get out of control just realize that all of us were ignorant at one time and then later learned the truth. We are all ignorant before we gain enlightenment. I'll help you to realize the Truth at any pace you are comfortable with. The main thing is to not stay in a state of ignorant bliss. Fair Winds and Unlimited Ceilings, "Treetop" a.k.a.LORD OF THE SKY If you're really interested in the workings of fractional reserve banking, start here: http://mises.org/books/fed.pdf It's an interesting book, and it's free.
  6. How can making things we buy more expensive increase our standard of living?
  7. justinb138

    iPAD

    We have a pair of them at work that we bought to test, and while I can see them being useful in small shops, they're not (yet) set up for any serious enterprise use. The hardware is very nice, but I was frustrated with the interface having used webOS on my phone for the last year. The lack of external storage and camera is disappointing, but It'll be interesting to see what the next OS update brings.
  8. If is wasn't 'something of value', then why was it offered as an incentive? The fact that it was offered (instead of just asking nicely) leads me to believe that the people offering it certainly believed it had great value. So, to sum up, every time somebody offers you a job, your consider that an attempt at bribery. Good to know. Nice try, but you're conveniently ignoring that fact that the job was offered as an incentive for something else (not running for the senate seat).
  9. If is wasn't 'something of value', then why was it offered as an incentive? The fact that it was offered (instead of just asking nicely) leads me to believe that the people offering it certainly believed it had great value.
  10. I think you mean that unless you're using a 64-bit system, memory over 4GB will not be usable (excepting things like PAE, etc..).
  11. How much respect for the democratic process has there been in Washington lately?
  12. The problem with that statement is that the administration will define what's considered a "combat mission" after their "deadline" has lapsed. Compare and contrast: http://thesportsunion.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/bush-mission-accomplished.jpg Unfortunately there isn't much to compare. I was tempted to mention that quote in my reply, as it seems synonymous with the current exit strategy. As with most things politicians say, I'll believe it when I see it.