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  • omarmanomarman Posts: 2,693
    edited December 2020
    Most doctors are MDs and fewer are DOs. PhD is not a "Dr" anywhere outside the classroom. Or TV.

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    edited December 2020
    omarman said:

    Most doctors are MDs and fewer are DOs. PhD is not a "Dr" anywhere outside the classroom. Or TV.
    Omar, Pompatus Of Love

    Oh yeh, how about Dr Kildare and Dr Ben Casey?
    And then there is: (and this is only a few of the total)
    AMERICAN
    Doc Holliday (1851–1887), American gunfighter, gambler and dentist
    William Frank Carver (1851–1927), American sharpshooter and Wild West show producer
    Doc Scurlock (1849–1929), American cowboy and gunfighter
    Sports
    Doc Adams (1814–1899), American baseball player and executive
    Doc Adkins (1872–1934), American baseball player
    Doc Alexander (1897–1975), American NFL football player and coach
    Doc Amole (1878–1912), American baseball player
    Doc Ayers (1891–1968), American baseball player
    Entertainment
    Doc Pomus (1925–1991), American blues singer and songwriter
    David G. Robinson, 19th century theatrical pioneer in Northern California
    Doc Searls (born 1947), American journalist, author and blogger
    Doc Severinsen (born 1927), American trumpeter and bandleader
    Doc Shaw (born 1992), American actor, singer and rapper
    Neil Simon (1927–2018), American playwright and screenwriter
    E. E. Smith (1890–1965), American science fiction writer
    Doc Watson (born 1923), American musician and songwriter

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  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaPosts: 14,883
    fintail said:

    I wonder what she did to get canned. It usually takes something akin to murder to be let go from a ranking public sector role like that, at least in this part of the world. Simple incompetence won't do it, heck, it might garner a promotion.

    Msg sent.

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  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,595
    paternity test probably would have cleared things up.
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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,498
    edited December 2020

    I’ve not seen enough of those day time shows to know what they are all about. I was amazed to find out he was the host of The Price is Right for over a decade.

    So, the Dr Phil clip, while I’m sure dramatized, still is about a narcissistic girl determined to mine parental guilt for personal gain and her Mother who’s trying to over compensate with her for some real or perceived shortcoming she has as a wife/mother.

    There...I summed up the whole clip in 10 seconds and gave my diagnosis. Next patient, please.

    On the topic of reality shows;


    I remember that the Cardassians found people guilty and then had a trial. The purpose of the trial was to show the fairness of the guilty verdict. We used to have a judge that followed that philosophy and I always referred to his docket as Cardassian Circuit Court.

    Wasn't there an episode where the Cardassian defense attorney actually won the case and his response was something to the effect of "Now I'm a dead man"?
    I believe so. DS9 is just about my favorite Star Trek series; it took more chances and I liked the fact that you really had to watch the show religiously and pay attention- or else you'd be completely lost. There are so many episodes that I absolutely love, My favorite is probably "In the Pale Moonlight."

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,498
    mjfloyd1 said:

    mjfloyd1 said:
    Seriously, they sell OLED and LCD TVs as well as projectors. Probably the Panasonic blu ray too but I’d have to double check. Chris is very active on AVS forums. Great pricing and service.
    I'll have to check. Thanks!

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  • omarmanomarman Posts: 2,693
    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)
    A time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing.
  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,639
    Just heard that the TSA is changing the rules on comfort animals on airplanes. This means some of you guys will no longer be able to bring your comfort Peacock on board.

    Too bad, I was hoping to get my car declared my comfort animal and get it shipped free when I vacation.😩

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    edited December 2020
    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,884
    What about Doctor Emmett Brown? I mean he invented time travel ....

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,498
    Some HTS stores only do installations and infer that the process is so fiendishly complex that mere mortals should not attempt it. That annoys me to no end and gets those businesses crossed off my list.

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,884
    edited December 2020

    Some HTS stores only do installations and infer that the process is so fiendishly complex that mere mortals should not attempt it. That annoys me to no end and gets those businesses crossed off my list.

    I was a little intimidated setting up my projector and screen. I did a good amount of research and was able to do it without a hitch. I knew I could mount it and assemble the screen, that’s the easy part. The rest was adjustments and planning.

    I had to rule out a few projectors because they would project too big an image at the distance mine was mounted from the wall.

    Much of anything is planning. Do your research and most of the time the job is easy if you have all the right tools and equipment.

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  • omarmanomarman Posts: 2,693

    A time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing.
  • jmonroe1jmonroe1 Same as jmonroePosts: 2,477
    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

  • 28firefighter28firefighter Seattle, WAPosts: 7,630
    "Barbie, are you a real doctor, or a doctor like Dr. Pepper is a doctor?"
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  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 15,595
    Dr. Olds and his favorite 442.
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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277
    omarman said:

    Most doctors are MDs and fewer are DOs. PhD is not a "Dr" anywhere outside the classroom. Or TV.

    There is no category of doctor that makes up the majority of doctors. These include MD's, OD's, DO's, DVM's, DDS's and a host of others including PhD's. That's why it's called a Doctorate Degree. This is why you will see letters after the doctors name to identify the class of doctor the individual is.

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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277

    I’ve not seen enough of those day time shows to know what they are all about. I was amazed to find out he was the host of The Price is Right for over a decade.

    So, the Dr Phil clip, while I’m sure dramatized, still is about a narcissistic girl determined to mine parental guilt for personal gain and her Mother who’s trying to over compensate with her for some real or perceived shortcoming she has as a wife/mother.

    There...I summed up the whole clip in 10 seconds and gave my diagnosis. Next patient, please.

    On the topic of reality shows;


    I remember that the Cardassians found people guilty and then had a trial. The purpose of the trial was to show the fairness of the guilty verdict. We used to have a judge that followed that philosophy and I always referred to his docket as Cardassian Circuit Court.

    Wasn't there an episode where the Cardassian defense attorney actually won the case and his response was something to the effect of "Now I'm a dead man"?
    I believe so. DS9 is just about my favorite Star Trek series; it took more chances and I liked the fact that you really had to watch the show religiously and pay attention- or else you'd be completely lost. There are so many episodes that I absolutely love, My favorite is probably "In the Pale Moonlight."
    I do enjoy DS9 and I think Garak is one of the most interesting characters in all of Star Trek. He tends to steal most scenes he is in, and you can never fully figure the man out.

    Did you ever notice the name of Quarks best customer Morn? It's Norm spelled backwards.



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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    tjc78 said:

    What about Doctor Emmett Brown? I mean he invented time travel ....

    Dr Who!

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  • jmonroe1jmonroe1 Same as jmonroePosts: 2,477

    I’ve not seen enough of those day time shows to know what they are all about. I was amazed to find out he was the host of The Price is Right for over a decade.

    So, the Dr Phil clip, while I’m sure dramatized, still is about a narcissistic girl determined to mine parental guilt for personal gain and her Mother who’s trying to over compensate with her for some real or perceived shortcoming she has as a wife/mother.

    There...I summed up the whole clip in 10 seconds and gave my diagnosis. Next patient, please.

    On the topic of reality shows;


    I remember that the Cardassians found people guilty and then had a trial. The purpose of the trial was to show the fairness of the guilty verdict. We used to have a judge that followed that philosophy and I always referred to his docket as Cardassian Circuit Court.

    Wasn't there an episode where the Cardassian defense attorney actually won the case and his response was something to the effect of "Now I'm a dead man"?
    I believe so. DS9 is just about my favorite Star Trek series; it took more chances and I liked the fact that you really had to watch the show religiously and pay attention- or else you'd be completely lost. There are so many episodes that I absolutely love, My favorite is probably "In the Pale Moonlight."
    I do enjoy DS9 and I think Garak is one of the most interesting characters in all of Star Trek. He tends to steal most scenes he is in, and you can never fully figure the man out.

    Did you ever notice the name of Quarks best customer Morn? It's Norm spelled backwards.



    Every time I see Norm I can’t help thinking of one of his best responses when he walked into the Cheers bar. “How’s it going Norm”, to which he replied, “it’s a dog eat dog world and I’m wearing milk bone underwear”. That’s a classic.

    jmonroe

  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    Dr Oektar has about 30 different pizzas. I showed that one because it was easy to make out exactly what it is, just in case someone has trouble deciphering the photo. We get one and add our own ingredients, might not be as good as the top pizzas around, but better than a lot of medium range store bought ones.
    See other kinds here

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    jmonroe1 said:

    I’ve not seen enough of those day time shows to know what they are all about. I was amazed to find out he was the host of The Price is Right for over a decade.

    So, the Dr Phil clip, while I’m sure dramatized, still is about a narcissistic girl determined to mine parental guilt for personal gain and her Mother who’s trying to over compensate with her for some real or perceived shortcoming she has as a wife/mother.

    There...I summed up the whole clip in 10 seconds and gave my diagnosis. Next patient, please.

    On the topic of reality shows;


    I remember that the Cardassians found people guilty and then had a trial. The purpose of the trial was to show the fairness of the guilty verdict. We used to have a judge that followed that philosophy and I always referred to his docket as Cardassian Circuit Court.

    Wasn't there an episode where the Cardassian defense attorney actually won the case and his response was something to the effect of "Now I'm a dead man"?
    I believe so. DS9 is just about my favorite Star Trek series; it took more chances and I liked the fact that you really had to watch the show religiously and pay attention- or else you'd be completely lost. There are so many episodes that I absolutely love, My favorite is probably "In the Pale Moonlight."
    I do enjoy DS9 and I think Garak is one of the most interesting characters in all of Star Trek. He tends to steal most scenes he is in, and you can never fully figure the man out.

    Did you ever notice the name of Quarks best customer Morn? It's Norm spelled backwards.



    “How’s it going Norm”, to which he replied, “it’s a dog eat dog world and I’m wearing milk bone underwear”. That’s a classic.
    jmonroe

    How about Norm that could happen today.....1 minute!

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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277
    driver100 said:

    tjc78 said:

    What about Doctor Emmett Brown? I mean he invented time travel ....

    Dr Who!
    Hey Abbott it's Dr. Emmett Brown of the Back to the Future trilogy.

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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277
    jmonroe1 said:

    I’ve not seen enough of those day time shows to know what they are all about. I was amazed to find out he was the host of The Price is Right for over a decade.

    So, the Dr Phil clip, while I’m sure dramatized, still is about a narcissistic girl determined to mine parental guilt for personal gain and her Mother who’s trying to over compensate with her for some real or perceived shortcoming she has as a wife/mother.

    There...I summed up the whole clip in 10 seconds and gave my diagnosis. Next patient, please.

    On the topic of reality shows;


    I remember that the Cardassians found people guilty and then had a trial. The purpose of the trial was to show the fairness of the guilty verdict. We used to have a judge that followed that philosophy and I always referred to his docket as Cardassian Circuit Court.

    Wasn't there an episode where the Cardassian defense attorney actually won the case and his response was something to the effect of "Now I'm a dead man"?
    I believe so. DS9 is just about my favorite Star Trek series; it took more chances and I liked the fact that you really had to watch the show religiously and pay attention- or else you'd be completely lost. There are so many episodes that I absolutely love, My favorite is probably "In the Pale Moonlight."
    I do enjoy DS9 and I think Garak is one of the most interesting characters in all of Star Trek. He tends to steal most scenes he is in, and you can never fully figure the man out.

    Did you ever notice the name of Quarks best customer Morn? It's Norm spelled backwards.



    Every time I see Norm I can’t help thinking of one of his best responses when he walked into the Cheers bar. “How’s it going Norm”, to which he replied, “it’s a dog eat dog world and I’m wearing milk bone underwear”. That’s a classic.

    jmonroe

    I like the one when they are out bowling and Norm goes to get a beer and as he walks into the bowling alleys bar you hear everyone yelling "Norm". Sam is a bit upset that Norm drinks at other bars and someone tells him that Norm does have a life outside of Cheers.

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  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaPosts: 14,883
    jmonroe1 said:


    Every time I see Norm I can’t help thinking of one of his best responses when he walked into the Cheers bar. “How’s it going Norm”, to which he replied, “it’s a dog eat dog world and I’m wearing milk bone underwear”. That’s a classic.

    My favorite was:

    Woody: "What's shakin', Mr. Peterson?" Norm: "All four cheeks and a couple of chins."

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  • graphicguygraphicguy Edmunds Poster EmeritusPosts: 12,925
    mjfloyd1 said:

    mjfloyd1 said:
    Seriously, they sell OLED and LCD TVs as well as projectors. Probably the Panasonic blu ray too but I’d have to double check. Chris is very active on AVS forums. Great pricing and service.
    I've done business with Chris in the past at Cleveland Plasma. Good guy. Good service. Good prices. I recommend him.
  • graphicguygraphicguy Edmunds Poster EmeritusPosts: 12,925
    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.
    jmonroe
    Can't say as I have ever had a ketchup sandwich....what is your secret recipe :)

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  • abacomikeabacomike South FloridaPosts: 11,522
    edited December 2020
    Only 4 more days of the constant barrage of TV ads espousing the tremendous benefits of Medicare Advantage HMO insurance coverages from every conceivable health insurer in the universe.

    I used to love Joe Namath - but I now have an aversion to his presence on Medicare commercials. He reminds me of how old the human body becomes after football and 5 decades. Good grief - I even have an aversion to my own selfies now - OLDER AND OLDER! 🤓😜

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,418
    I imagine down in your TV market that is a real popular advertiser.

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  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America I70 & I75 Posts: 25,551
    abacomike said:

    Only 4 more days of the constant barrage of TV ads espousing the tremendous benefits of Medicare Advantage HMO insurance coverages from every conceivable health insurer in the universe.

    I used to love Joe Namath - but I now have an aversion to his presence on Medicare commercials. He reminds me of how old the human body becomes after football and 5 decades. Good grief - I even have an aversion to my own selfies now - OLDER AND OLDER! 🤓😜

    We thought the same thing about Namath--can't even deliver the script well, IMHO.

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  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America I70 & I75 Posts: 25,551
    Ordered the tire pump @driver100 looked up for me. My Harbor Freight puppy died on me.

    Gonna get a small jump charger with air compressor in it for DIL to have in her car.
    May get another of these for son to have to pump up tires at home.

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  • jmonroe1jmonroe1 Same as jmonroePosts: 2,477

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
  • jmonroe1jmonroe1 Same as jmonroePosts: 2,477

    Ordered the tire pump @driver100 looked up for me. My Harbor Freight puppy died on me.

    Gonna get a small jump charger with air compressor in it for DIL to have in her car.
    May get another of these for son to have to pump up tires at home.

    If you’re going to pump up tires at home you might as well get the 115 VAC Harbor Freight 3 gallon (I think) pancake compressor for about 50 bucks the last time I saw it listed. That way you could even use it for a small air trim nailer and stuff like that. I only use the 12 volt jobs for on the road emergencies.

    jmonroe

  • mjfloyd1mjfloyd1 Posts: 1,217

    omarman said:

    Most doctors are MDs and fewer are DOs. PhD is not a "Dr" anywhere outside the classroom. Or TV.

    There is no category of doctor that makes up the majority of doctors. These include MD's, OD's, DO's, DVM's, DDS's and a host of others including PhD's. That's why it's called a Doctorate Degree. This is why you will see letters after the doctors name to identify the class of doctor the individual is.
    Which is a high class doctor and which is a low class doctor?
  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,639
    edited December 2020
    OK, here’s something that blew my mind.

    I was watching one of those dashcam videos where you see the accidents. In one of them a car cut off the cammer and caused an accident.the other car took off leading to a chase. The cammer finally caught up and blocked in the hit and run driver while calling the cops only to be told “we don’t investigate accidents without a personal injury” whereupon the 911 operator hung up. Meanwhile, the hit and run driver is slamming into the cammer repeatedly in an an attempt to escape.

    My question is, what idiot came up with that policy? I have heard of some police agencies refusing to show up for property damage accidents but don’t they realize that this could easily escalate into a violent confrontation?

    Do any of you guys live in an area that does this?

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,884
    jmonroe1 said:

    Ordered the tire pump @driver100 looked up for me. My Harbor Freight puppy died on me.

    Gonna get a small jump charger with air compressor in it for DIL to have in her car.
    May get another of these for son to have to pump up tires at home.

    If you’re going to pump up tires at home you might as well get the 115 VAC Harbor Freight 3 gallon (I think) pancake compressor for about 50 bucks the last time I saw it listed. That way you could even use it for a small air trim nailer and stuff like that. I only use the 12 volt jobs for on the road emergencies.

    jmonroe

    Every time I see that advertised, I say I’m gonna get one. I still haven’t yet.

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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277
    edited December 2020
    mjfloyd1 said:

    omarman said:

    Most doctors are MDs and fewer are DOs. PhD is not a "Dr" anywhere outside the classroom. Or TV.

    There is no category of doctor that makes up the majority of doctors. These include MD's, OD's, DO's, DVM's, DDS's and a host of others including PhD's. That's why it's called a Doctorate Degree. This is why you will see letters after the doctors name to identify the class of doctor the individual is.
    Which is a high class doctor and which is a low class doctor?
    This is the class of doctor I want right now.


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  • snakeweaselsnakeweasel a Certified Edmunds Poster.Posts: 17,277

    OK, here’s something that blew my mind.

    I was watching one of those dashcam videos where you see the accidents. In one of them a car cut off the cammer and caused an accident.the other car took off leading to a chase. The cammer finally caught up and blocked in the hit and run driver while calling the cops only to be told “we don’t investigate accidents without a personal injury” whereupon the 911 operator hung up. Meanwhile, the hit and run driver is slamming into the cammer repeatedly in an an attempt to escape.

    My question is, what idiot came up with that policy? I have heard of some police agencies refusing to show up for property damage accidents but don’t they realize that this could easily escalate into a violent confrontation?

    Do any of you guys live in an area that does this?

    My guess is that the policy is in place where the police have a heavy case load of more serious problems and/or are short on personnel. My quite suburb yes the police will show up, certain police precincts in say the south side of Chicago will never show up because they are to busy with more important things.

    My question is why escalate the situation by chasing down someone and blocking them. Once you have their plates on the dash cam break off and report the hit and run.

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    jmonroe1 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
    Lazy! :)

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    edited December 2020

    Ordered the tire pump @driver100 looked up for me. My Harbor Freight puppy died on me.

    Gonna get a small jump charger with air compressor in it for DIL to have in her car.
    May get another of these for son to have to pump up tires at home.

    I like the peace of mind of having it around. One tire was down about 2 pounds and it was nice to be able to pump it up right in the garage. Way better than the old days, and nice having a digital readout and light.

    ....and in case you are wondering, I used to have to use one of these a lot, that is why I don't want to do it any more!

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,418
    driver100 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
    Lazy! :)
    we either get take out from the best local place, or we make our own (dough from scratch). Frozen pizza in a box, that is never happening. Though there are a couple I have seen that look like actual real pizzas just wrapped up before cooking (at the market) but never tried one.

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,498
    I liked the Dr. Oldsmobile ads as well as a lot of the Plymouth musclecar ads...






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  • omarmanomarman Posts: 2,693
    I really like that "Goodfellows Club" ad with grill emblems on the Road Runner! Funny stuff. Also funny that the group of vintage sports cars at top "British, you know," would still get street driven today. Not so much the alternate investment Hemi.
    A time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing.
  • ventureventure Central PAPosts: 2,041
    stickguy said:

    driver100 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
    Lazy! :)
    we either get take out from the best local place, or we make our own (dough from scratch). Frozen pizza in a box, that is never happening. Though there are a couple I have seen that look like actual real pizzas just wrapped up before cooking (at the market) but never tried one.
    A week, or so, ago Mrs. venture brought home some pizza from Sam's Club of all places. It was good and I wouldn't mind having it again some day.

    Why didn't someone tell me? :o

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    venture said:

    stickguy said:

    driver100 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?


    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
    Lazy! :)
    we either get take out from the best local place, or we make our own (dough from scratch). Frozen pizza in a box, that is never happening. Though there are a couple I have seen that look like actual real pizzas just wrapped up before cooking (at the market) but never tried one.
    A week, or so, ago Mrs. venture brought home some pizza from Sam's Club of all places. It was good and I wouldn't mind having it again some day.

    Why didn't someone tell me? :o
    If you add some of your own fresh ingredients you can make a store bought or frozen pizza that could rival a lot of store bought ones.

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 28,546
    stickguy said:

    driver100 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    jmonroe1 said:

    driver100 said:

    omarman said:

    So you left Dr Pepper off that list? Hater B)

    lol...and what about this guy....wonder if he has a license to practice?

    Wow, how does a company expect to sell pizza’s with a pic like that on the box? But, I see it’s the #1 seller in Canada. I’ll admit that I’m a pizza snob. I never eat frozen pizza but even most frozen pizza looks better than that. I’d rather have a ketchup sandwich.

    jmonroe

    I make my own. But, for frozen pizza, that stuff is pretty good.
    If you say so but I’ll still get carry out from my pizza shop.

    jmonroe
    Lazy! :)
    we either get take out from the best local place, or we make our own (dough from scratch). Frozen pizza in a box, that is never happening. Though there are a couple I have seen that look like actual real pizzas just wrapped up before cooking (at the market) but never tried one.
    IIRC you are trying to watch your weight stick. You can buy a frozen multi-grain thin crust pizza, add your own fresh ingredients, peppers, mushrooms, lite cheese, tomatoes etc., and you will get a pizza that is better than what most restaurants would serve.....and you did it your way.

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  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America I70 & I75 Posts: 25,551
    Air compressor--didn't come with a carrying case for storing in the trunk with the extra air nozzles. It's those little air nozzles that get lost even with a case.

    This one does come with a case. Should I return the one I have and order the other one?

    Does anyone know where to buy the simple small tool bag for things like this?

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07789PTPG/ref=sspa_dk_detail_2?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B07789PTPG&pd_rd_w=28j3N&pf_rd_p=f0355a48-7e73-489a-9590-564e12837b93&pd_rd_wg=eqmNW&pf_rd_r=RGZX87HRWA67M36MN7QT&pd_rd_r=0b234532-5e82-4d69-ab0a-05230c90c1e2&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUE1QTUyVDRIMDJPUzkmZW5jcnlwdGVkSWQ9QTA2Mzg5NDZSTzlaNDM0OUg2RFImZW5jcnlwdGVkQWRJZD1BMDA2NTgxNzM1SDRDQjlHSkVCRk4md2lkZ2V0TmFtZT1zcF9kZXRhaWxfdGhlbWF0aWMmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl

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  • graphicguygraphicguy Edmunds Poster EmeritusPosts: 12,925

    I liked the Dr. Oldsmobile ads as well as a lot of the Plymouth musclecar ads...






    Love seeing those old car ads.
  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,418
    lowes sells small toolbags (empty) if that is what you need.

    I have a B&D air station that has a lid to cover the storage compartment for all the wires, hose and attachments (and I think the needle ones snap into the bottom). That is dual power. I prefer to use it plugged into the wall outlet in the garage. Where it lives, not in the car.

    Though I do now have a 12v portable one. The TLX came with that originally (and a tire inflator kit) but when I had the spare tire and tools added to the car, I kept the pump since I already paid for it. Never actually unwrapped it from the plastic to look at it, but should probably stash it in the RDX in case I ever need it!

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