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re: AR-15 purchase tips - nogoodjr
Here is a decent option. Gun with quadrail, bipod, scope, rings, bases, sling and case for 800.00 Nice entry level AR with all the options. [link=(https://www.cdnnsports.com/rugerr-ar556-556-quad-rail-carbine-accessory-pack.html)]LINK[/link] [img]https://www.cdnnsports.com/media/catalog/pro...
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re: Toyota 4 Runner - nogoodjr
@coach Robinson Can you find me a prime Corolla like that 4 runner? Got a teen that needs a ride....
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re: Buying Sod - nogoodjr
In short, no. Just spend the money and do it solid. Instant yard. The other way is uneven, difficult to mow, weeds grow in between, it's a mess. I would rather seed the back and sod the front solid. If your buying 9000 sqft (a whole truckload you should get a good deal). If your laying it no...
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re: Buying Sod - nogoodjr
Look for a sod wholesaler locally. Each pallet is a 50yd or 450sqft. Each square is 16" X 24". Normally you can get the best deal if you purchase the entire truck (20 pallets). Not sure how big of an area you are looking for. I would target sub 200.00 if buying a large quantity....
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re: Anyone ever put in their own yard sprinkler system? - nogoodjr
Do the second meter. I drilled a water well for irrigation because the water in my area is very expensive. A well complicates the design a significant amount but 14 years later it's worth it....
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re: Anyone ever put in their own yard sprinkler system? - nogoodjr
I've done 2. It is easy to install but it is labor intensive. My system was bid at 4K by local contractor and I installed it for under 1k. I let rain bird design mine. Send them the yard layout and they send you plans. Don't buy anything at HD or Lowes. Go to a plumbers supply warehouse and ge...
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re: New Hampshire - nogoodjr
Most prominent not highest. You are correct. [quote]Mount Washington, called Agiocochook by some Native American tribes, is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288 ft (1,917 m) and the most prominent mountain east of the Mississippi River.[/quote]...
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re: New Hampshire - nogoodjr
Nodust nailed it. Stay in northern New Hampshire. The white mountains, flume, the notch are all nice. Sugar hill and Franconia are nice little towns. Polly's pancake house (sugar hill) is a can't miss if you stay the night nearby. Cannon mountain and the tram are nice. Mount Washington is the h...
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re: New state law requires all ticketed events to be taxed- including athletics - nogoodjr
[quote]It's debatable, but one side of that debate is absolutely wrong. Sales tax is the most regressive tax there is. Rich people spend a much lower percentage of their money on goods and services than poor people who spend nearly every dollar they earn. Thus the poor pay 10% of every penny they ea...
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re: Towing 8x32 office trailer with 1/2 ton? - nogoodjr
If you have a weight distribution hitch and trailer brakes it could be doable. Without it, you will probably be more than double your payload. 2 hours sounds like over 100 miles. Just find someone with appropriate equipment to move it. Buy them some fuel, lunch, and throw them a hundred bucks an...
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re: Paris, London or Dublin and why - nogoodjr
Do Paris and London. Easy trip by train. Both great cities. Both super easy for inexperienced international travelers. But where do you see a 400.00 trip to Paris? They are hard to find under 1k. Please share...
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re: Need Recommendations for PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) - nogoodjr
Will be in San Diego for a conference in mid Sept. Planning on taking a couple of days after the conference to drive up the coast toward San Francisco. With only a short time, what are the can't miss spots for outdoors minded couple? TIA. Have traveled a lot but never to Cali....
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re: Landscape help - drainage problems - nogoodjr
Perfect example Whodat. Only thing I would add is the corrugated pipe is a little easier to use than the PVC. PVC comes in 10' lengths which could be a pain, More difficult to cut, if it rolls/turns during instillation or back fill it will turn the drain ect. The important thing to remember...
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re: Landscape help - drainage problems - nogoodjr
This is about as simple a DIY project as there is. mark the lowest points. Purchase drains for those areas. Connect via corrugated pipe. Run pipe downhill to ditch. Its that simple. You don't need survey equipment you can eyeball the run. If the pipe doesn't go straight downhill it will still...
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re: Rural recreational/investment property - nogoodjr
I purchased 40 acres of pine timberland as an investment a couple years ago. Couple of points I would focus on. Know what you want and learn as much as possible. For example, if you want great deer hunting, buy a hardwood bottomland tract located in fertile soil. If you want income, look for pine ...
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re: Hiking and Camping - nogoodjr
A great place to start this spring would be Petit Jean State Park in Arkansas. Lots of day hikes, great scenery, good camping. [link=(http://www.petitjeanstatepark.com/)]LINK[/link]...
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re: For the nurses/docs, what's the craziest things you've ever seen at work? - nogoodjr
Physical injury- high speed MVC with ejected passenger who was impaled on a guardrail. When EMS arrived her bladder was outside her body. She had an open unstable pelvic fracture. We used a giant C-clamp to hold her pelvis together. Chance of survival was <1%. She walked out of the hospital. ...
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re: Getting into the rental business with the upcoming economic downturn - nogoodjr
Why a partner? Do you each bring something different to the business? For example, if he is the money and you do construction/property management I would skip the partnership. Let him own them and pay you for services. When you have enough cash do your own. Partnerships make everything more com...
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re: Would you Hire Videographer for your lifetime hunt? - nogoodjr
Sheep grand slam. Wow. That's awesome and a dream for me. I hope to hunt sheep one day but I will have to draw the tags. Applied for 5 years so probably 20 more to go. What is your budget like for this endeavor? All 4 with travel and taxidermy is way over 100k right?...
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re: John Diarse to TCU - nogoodjr
Good luck to him. One of the greatest high school players I ever saw in person. Maybe the best. I thought he would be unstoppable in college....
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