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    Quote Originally Posted by spikerS View Post
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    Of all the Lego kits out there, I would like that one the most. That's so sweet. I love building Lego, but I can't just display it, so then i end up tossing them out. LOL
    You toss them out?! The hell man? Sell them to me or something...

    Haha, the TV portion is so neat. You can scroll the map and Mario jumps along on the screen. That was the final straw that made me want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    You toss them out?! The hell man? Sell them to me or something...

    Haha, the TV portion is so neat. You can scroll the map and Mario jumps along on the screen. That was the final straw that made me want it.
    yeah, i know. I go through phases with Lego. I buy a bunch of technic kits, build them, display them for a few months, then get packed into boxes, and then eventually they get binned. I then tell myself i am definitely NOT going to do that again, until the next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Present, love it. Having a hard time deciding to build it and display, or keep it in the box.
    Thats awesome. I was just at the Lego store, my mother in law bought my 11 year old the Lamborghini Sian, like wtf...I want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Thats awesome. I was just at the Lego store, my mother in law bought my 11 year old the Lamborghini Sian, like wtf...I want it.
    *Maybe* it fell out of your trunk on the way home
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    +1 for "I'll take the binned lego"
    Mine's all still being displayed.
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    That's why I just say I have a 4" dick and lift weights to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eblend View Post
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    Also ordered some Micheline CrossClimate 2 tires for the wife's car. Did lots of reading and YouTube viewing before making this selection, should be a decent year round tire. Only works two days a week and only 10km drive each way down the new ring road section, so I think it should do well.

    @eblend As a winter use all weather tire they seem to do quite alright, but I very much caution you about keeping yourself in check and not get even remotely spirited with them. The biggest issue I have seen with these is uneven wear being there is so little stability in the blocks that tread squirm is very real. Basically treat them as you would a real winter tire and you will be well served. Treat them like a sport tire and you will soon think you are driving on tractor tires.
    Bob Blakeborough

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirebob View Post
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    @eblend As a winter use all weather tire they seem to do quite alright, but I very much caution you about keeping yourself in check and not get even remotely spirited with them. The biggest issue I have seen with these is uneven wear being there is so little stability in the blocks that tread squirm is very real. Basically treat them as you would a real winter tire and you will be well served. Treat them like a sport tire and you will soon think you are driving on tractor tires.
    Thanks for heads up. Yah, it's my wife driving 40KM per week total, in her little car, so don't think there will be any aggressive driving with these, though she seems to have picked up a few of my aggressive habits....sometimes she seems more angry than me at people on the road, and I get livid sometimes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team_Mclaren View Post
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    bought a cheap/slow bike for next year to boot around in, haven't ridden in like 10 years.

    Congrats! Those are supposed to be super fun bikes from what i hear.
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    and I did not have the only say in the matter (most people just want it done ASAP and don't care about quality).
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    If anything we made a better decision because we had a consensus and were all on the same page.

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    I was a little unsure about the brand but finally caved and ordered a 14 inch Shogun Slicer from Dalstrong Knives for slicing up briskets. I have to say I am pretty impressed for the cost. Quality seems quite decent in hand and while I usually find I have to spend a bit of time at the stones with any new knife, this arrived hair shaving sharp! Time will tell how well the edge holds up but I am not disappointed so far.

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    Well, unfortunately I found the MEGA Black Friday thread, and now am the proud owner of the following items:

    Sony WH-1000XM4/B Headphones (been meaning to buy M3, then heard M4 coming out so waited...then didn't really need due to lack of travel, but then with discount couldn't pass it up!)



    Lockly Secure Pro Fingerprint Wi-Fi Deadbolt Smart Lock - Has great reviews and wanted one for a while. Fingerprint will be awesome as is the changing keypad. Wife has been asking for a while, finally got one, this was a spontaneous purchase. Was thinking of getting the Wyze lock, but then the lock down came and haven't been to the states for work since, so didn't want to wait no more, plus this looks like a better lock.


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    Picking this up on Thursday. I am sticking to my no cars for a while pledge, this is going be my dadís. Just thought it was too cool to not share.

    2021 Range Rover Autobiography Fifty P525
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket1k78 View Post
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    Congrats! Those are supposed to be super fun bikes from what i hear.
    That they are! Still love my d390... somehow have managed to not ditch it for the 790 yet, which is probably the only bike I would replace it with

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