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GoldenSombrero

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Registered on:9/16/2010
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Car DVD player/ entertainment system - GoldenSombrero
Looking for a good car DVD player for my rear seats. Anyone have any suggestions? Looking at buying new SUV and have considered the factory installed models, but the problem i keep running into is they are solely controlled from the back. I need something I can control from the front. ...
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re: Best way to fly with a suit? - GoldenSombrero
[quote]As someone who wears a suit almost every day, what really sneaks up on you are soups and tables with holes in them. Soups because a dropped item (pho kills me with this) can cause a splash, and tables with holes (generally one of those diamond iron tables) are self explanatory.[/quote] Yes...
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re: Turnpike Troubadours or Randy Rogers Band? - GoldenSombrero
I like TT a lot but RRB was awesome back in the day. Hard to believe but I think first RRB concert I went to was 10 or 11 years ago. I haven't cared for the last few albums but the old stuff is great. RRB, Jason Boland, Reckless Kelly, Eli Young Band took "Texas country" to a whole new audience ...
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re: Democrats won America for the next 16 years. - GoldenSombrero
Give me a freakin break. You want to talk about racism and divisive. Your beloved Dems are the most divisive group of individuals ever created. Racial tension hasn't been this bad since the 60's. ...
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re: Brush cutter suggestions....(yes i know another weed wacker thread) - GoldenSombrero
[quote]I have the Stihl 240 and it was worth every penny. I use it to clear shooting lanes in hard to reach areas and I haven't found a situation where it's felt underpowered. I barely ever run it over half throttle. It cuts through 3" trees like grass. Same engine as the one you mentioned, but a lo...
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re: Brush cutter suggestions....(yes i know another weed wacker thread) - GoldenSombrero
[quote]Rent a self-propelled one that has a bushog deck on the front. Should make quick work of it[/quote] Would love to but nobody around here rents those anymore. Said they were a liability and didn't get much use. Plus with the brushcutter I'll have it long term for continual clearing. ...
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Brush cutter suggestions....(yes i know another weed wacker thread) - GoldenSombrero
Needing to buy a brush cutter (handle bar style) for some extensive clearing (brush, trees, etc over 2ac). Looking at FS 360 by Stihl. Everything else I own is Stihl but having hard time justifying $1K price tag. How do others (Husky, Shindaiwa, Troy Built, Echo) stack up in performance and reliabil...
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re: Golf club fitting- NWA - GoldenSombrero
[quote]Anyone know where/how to get hickory shaft clubs? [/quote] Not locally but I think Louisville Slugger still makes them....they expensive new though. ...
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re: Golf club fitting- NWA - GoldenSombrero
They just fit you for clubs off the rack or did they make adjustments or replace the shafts? Never got fitted before so I don't really know what the standard process is. I just know that I'm tired of playing clubs that are too short. ...
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Golf club fitting- NWA - GoldenSombrero
I need to get fitted for some new irons. Any recommendations on where to go in NWA? I know golf USA but wasn't sure how technical they got with replacing shafts and adjusting angles etc ...
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re: Kick starter projects - GoldenSombrero
Just curious...what product was it? Did it have anything to do with cooking? ...
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re: Kevin Love: "Guys I feel bett-" - GoldenSombrero
Was thinking the same thing last night. Wonder if the team doctors get orders to refuse to clear him to play for the rest of the series. :lol:...
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Online Boat Safety Course or References - GoldenSombrero
I've never had the opportunity to spend much time on a ski boat, or really any boat for that matter. I've been looking for some online resources to review some basic boating safety but haven't had much luck or found conflicting opinions on the "right" way to do things. What are some good links o...
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Any advice for buying stuff from Alibaba.com? - GoldenSombrero
Looking to buy some raw materials that are much cheaper overseas. However I'm a little leery of using this site simply because some of the information isn't clear (sizing, qty, etc). Anyone have advice or experience using Alibaba.com to source products? ...
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re: What is your favorite type of snack cracker? - GoldenSombrero
Either spicy cheese-its or these [img]http://junkfoodguy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/chickenbisk01.png[/img]...
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re: where does Garth Brooks rank on your all time country list - GoldenSombrero
[quote]Give me Chris Ledoux over Garth any day.[/quote] I love Chris Ledoux...but not even close...
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re: How do you sharpen fillet knives? - GoldenSombrero
Not sure if someone is trolling their website....but they only have 1 star reviews listed on it and a ton of them. I've never seen so many bad reviews on the companies own website. :lol: [link=(http://v-sharp.com/p/customer-reviews)]Reviews[/link]...
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re: Why do some people not like black and white films? - GoldenSombrero
[quote]Black and white photography seems to have a higher regard than black and white films (which seem to have a regard as a product of their time) - I find that odd.[/quote] Good example. Which is why I don't think the fact they are B&W has anything to do with it. It's the content and the fact ...
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re: where does Garth Brooks rank on your all time country list - GoldenSombrero
[quote]I don't know about now, but for a long time, George had more #1 hits than any other music artist, in any genre. Last count I think was around 60. [/quote] While that's a fair point...George passed Conway Twitty who had like 50 something and I'll never understand how or why. So more me that...
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re: Why do some people not like black and white films? - GoldenSombrero
I think it's pretty simple. 1. They are very dialog heavy, that you need to actually pay attention to to fully grasp whats going on and have very few scene changes compared to current movies where even "non-action" movies are always in motion. My wife can't just watch a movie without being on inst...
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