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re: Best place to buy new tires - lsujro
Sams has good prices on tires. My experience with them was good. ...
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re: Used Clubs - lsujro
I have had nothing but great experiences with global golf. 2nd swing is usualy higher ...
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re: Hot Take: Natural gas prices do not coorelate with temp - lsujro
[quote]im going to guess when Trump gets in it will take a spike. [/quote] not how any of this works ...
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re: Your gas or electric company might pay for attic insulation - lsujro
when i have checked into these things in LA there has been nothing. lots will give you free thermostat too. not swepco :lol:...
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re: Lake house / Camp build - lsujro
Stayed at a lake house rental recently with a good sized screened patio off the kitchen which was made into dining area. we really enjoyed it. ...
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re: Sun Day Red - lsujro
[quote]Likely the most accurate as well...[/quote] I believe I read somewhere that Tiger owns all the TMs associated with his nike stuff. Could be misremembering, but I'm not going searching for it :lol:...
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re: Buying a new truck - lsujro
expand your search geographically as far as you can. If you're in LA, at least look at Houston/DFW areas. @guydealership on twitter is a good follow for vehicles getting biggest discounts. I would expect Ram to have biggest cuts currently, but the big 3 all seem to be discounting ...
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re: Cleggs Winter Cocktail ok on bermuda right now? - lsujro
How does the mix of common and hybrid bermuda look in your yard? I have predominantly bermuda (appears common), and have considered overseeding with a hybrid. Mine is also thin in spots where it slopes away from house. For ronk/craw, I have what looks like poa popping up even though i applied ...
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re: WSJ Subscription: Is it worth it? - lsujro
If you're not sure, try apple news+, which includes most WSJ articles (although not all). It's pretty robust. Obviously this is only if you use apple. If I didn't use news+, I would not pay for WSJ. ...
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re: Revocable Living Trust - lsujro
[quote]I haven’t seen a probate finalized in less than 3 months in my entire career. It can be done sooner, but it rarely happens in practice. [/quote] Do you deal mainly with very indebted or very wealthy clients? Only in rare cases have I ever had a succession go longer than a couple month...
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re: Glenfiddich 18 year scotch shortage? - lsujro
[quote]What do y'all think of the Glenfiddich 14? [/quote] one of my favorite readily available bottles for sure. love the stuff ...
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re: Tiger Woods & Nike End Their Partnership - lsujro
[quote]Their current players are Justin Thomas Erik Van Rooyen Luke List Akshay Bhatia Cameron Tringale Luke Donald Carlos Ortiz Kelly Kraft Morgan Hoffmann Harry Higgs Kevin Dougherty Dylan WU James Nicholas They also have some guys on the ATP Tour, the NHL, and MLB They're als...
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re: I've never had Whataburger - lsujro
[quote]For a fast food burger, Shake Shack is my go to[/quote] not fast food. price point is about double. ...
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re: Anyone use and recommend a cordless vacuum cleaner? - lsujro
We also like our Dyson V8. Brick is tough (we have in kitchen). It bounces around a good bit on the grout lines, but suction is pretty strong and gets grout clean. Otherwise it's great. We have a shark cord vacuum and the Dyson seems to be about the same suction. No issues with battery life, except ...
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Dug Up Lawn Repair - lsujro
I just had a plumbing line run in back yard. What’s the best way to manage the bare area this time of year? We have a dog tracking mud everywhere. My thought is to stake down some seed netting to control mud. Should I throw some seed down? Really don’t want a ryegrass strip in my yard this winter th...
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re: 9 year old son. Right handed, left eye dominant. - lsujro
I damaged my right eye as a child and had to switch to shooting lefty (around 9/10yo). I now shoot long guns lefty, pistols with right hand. It works fine. I honestly haven't encountered a ton of issues shooting right handed guns lefty - you learn to deal with the reverse action and brass flying in ...
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re: Moving pods - lsujro
Don't remember the price, but my experience was the pod stored way more than i expected. You pack every crevice of that thing all the way to ceiling. We put just about a whole house for family of 4 in one a few years ago. Best part about it was being able to load a bit at a time since you pay monthl...
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re: Cornbread sticking in Cast Iron - lsujro
I wouldn't use pam in cast iron. it leaves a residue that becomes sticky. also when you oil it, wipe off everything you can get out. it needs just the slightest of oil coating you can get. more you use it, better it will get. we heat the pan and the oil before adding the mix, but i'm using an old du...
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re: Input on Grill for Covered attached Patio - lsujro
May not fit your space requirement but the i love my masterbuilt gravity grill. it's a charcoal grill that operates like a pellet grill. they have a small-ish one similar in size to a 3 burner propane grill. for low smoke/ease of use, a basic 2 burner weber propane grill would be tough to beat....
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re: Oyster Opener - lsujro
used one like that with a small spike. it makes it soo much easier to open the oysters. as others said, still need oyster knife to finish opening and clean up, but this speeds it up tremendously (and saves your hands)...
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