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  1. #426
    I held off on buying a microfiber drying towel for a long time. The first time I used it I knew it was one of the best things I'd ever bought..
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    I'm really happy with the first one I bought, needed another because it was getting almost too wet before the car was dry. I can't wait to see how it does after a fresh detail!

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    the Griot's one is capable of drying my entire wagon.. with plenty to go still
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    just got these off woot for $12.02 after tax & shipping

    (1) Ratchet
    (8) Sockets ranging from 4mm to 12mm
    (10) Assorted Philips, Flathead, and Star Bits
    (1) 1” Socket Extender



    -All-in-one multi-tool kit that stows neatly in the included nylon carrying pouch
    -Multi-tool components include: 2” Straight Blade, 2” Serrated Blade, Pliers, Nut Driver, Ruler, 2-Sided File/Chisel, and Awl
    -Includes a belt-loop on the nylon carrying pouch to wear your tools on the go






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    The soul that pines for eternity shall outspan death. You, dweller of the twilight void, come Dunwich

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    "stories of the Apocalypse"

    makes it sound like it's already happened
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    Haha, no doubt about that.

    Bought today:

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  8. #433
    can't wait to try this...
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    Where'd ya pick that up Joel?

  10. #435
    Hess Bakery/Deli in Lakewood

    best german-style fresh baked rolls & breads I've found, huge selection of meats (mostly sausage of course), and tons of other German & Austrian imported goods, from alcohol to chocolate, to other snacks, toiletry items & magazines, food ingredients, jams, etc. I found this stuff today and had to buy some
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    ordered my race gear for next season. Can't wait for real racing!!!
    In flat black




  12. #437
    cool... reminds me that sa2010 helmets should finally be available now. I need to pick one up for next year..
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    Yep. The Bandit I just bought is SA 2010 and will accept HANS devices when it becomes mandatory in a few years.

  14. #439
    i love nerd toys at christmas. now for a suitable brick.


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    what is that, pray tell?
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  16. #441
    it's called a pico psu. it's the equivalent of a true 150W power supply, but permits the use of an external unit, like a laptop PSU. for the ultimate in quiet and compact.
    photos to come when I install it.

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    Quote: Originally Posted by ducatipaso View Post
    it's called a pico psu.
    Awesome!
    I've read up on them a bunch and it will be nice to hear your opinion on them vs. other guys online talking about them .....hehe

  18. #443
    well, the thing is im running this in is a new, unique situation, whereas I don't have a graphics card but won't be suffering.
    if you want to know more, read up on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_B...oarchitecture)

    the system has no power hungry devices in it. it should work great for my purposes... I'm not a gamer.

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    I wonder if it'd work on my file server.... probably not the 150watt version but the 200watt one might work.
    I have a "Kill a Watt" that i've been thinking of putting on it to monitor how much power its burning up.

  20. #445
    no way the max you'd want on one of these is one hdd, one cpu, one graphics. this little gadget is designed for low power systems.

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    My server is low power because only spins up a drive at a time when its being used and there isn't a video card at all.
    I need to monitor it to see what its pulling for power.

  22. #447
    nice thing about the pico is it's very efficient. I ordered the same brick used in this review:
    http://www.silentpcreview.com/article601-page1.html

    I'll let you know how it goes. The brick was $15 shipped.

  23. #448
    plane tickets to fly to Atlanta in a month

    planning on renting a car and driving south to Pensacola for a night as well

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    Quote: Originally Posted by joel View Post
    plane tickets to fly to Atlanta in a month

    planning on renting a car and driving south to Pensacola for a night as well

    Anything special in Pensacola? If not, Fort Walton Beach/Destin is better and closer...

  25. #450
    Quote: Originally Posted by ENRGZR View Post
    Anything special in Pensacola? If not, Fort Walton Beach/Destin is better and closer...
    my brother
    he's training there right now.. and there are friends in Atlanta that I'll be staying with
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