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'Lo Whiskey! Smile

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24-01-2015 10:16 PM
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How is everyone doing today??

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(24-01-2015 08:12 PM)Pulsar Wrote:  
(24-01-2015 07:23 PM)Michael Wrote:  Bob, I'm glad you're on the mend, hope you get feeling 100% soon!

Today my dad's PayPal got hacked and they stole over $6000, so I'll be spending the rest of the day helping him hunt down and kill whoever did it.

Also, I built another flashlight. I'm so addicted now, and I'm out of bodies to put these emitters in! Time for another order from SlowTech...

Man, that sucks! Hope its fairly easy to get it all back.

Well, seems like you got yourself a thrower and a couple EDCs... now you need a flooder. Id recommend a Supfire M6.

I've got a T20 that's real floody, but it's really more of an EDC that just happens to be floody. I do need a designated flooder. I'll look into the M6, thanks for the suggestion Smile 

And to everyone else, hello! Whiskey I love the gifs, I can't stop laughing at that first one!
25-01-2015 04:39 AM
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Morning Whiskey and Michael!




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Kings Tug-o-war....Grins @ Don Smile
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Yesterday's Cone of shame, Jazz re-opened a suture, now she's in trouble

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Don't you just hate it when they do that.

Chester went one better two years ago and burst internal abdominal stitches. Which took two hours of surgery to fix. Followed by weeks of heavy (not heavy enough) sedation and complete crate rest. Which came out in his voice... Usually between 3 and 6am.

Unfortunately the veterinary pharmacopeia here doesn't include useful things like sustained release chlorpromazine or haloperidol. Would have been much easier than giving him 4 injections a day of acetylpromazine for three weeks. Especially as he thought my injection technique was lacking and it got to be a fight every time. The last injection the needle came out at right angles to the syringe.

If he'd burst those stitches again it would have killed him.

I hate it when they damage sutures...

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Did I leave my brain around here somewhere? Went to put some packages of juice into the post.

Which would have been easier if I had remembered to put addresses on them first.

Doh!

If anyone finds a brain lying around here, pass it back to me, I'm desperately in need of it.

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Ouch for Chester and an OMG thrown in to you Don!!!!!!!!
So glad he's ok, The abdominal burst didn't sound good at all, VERY glad it wasn't fatal.
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We had a German Shepard lab mix (Shamu) on the farm that got shot by a neighbor for trying to impregnate his dog. Three threw and threw shots with a 22. Our vet didn't think he stood a chance but he made it through. More than once he opened up the sutures and the pus drains that they put in him were infected and clogged up a couple times too. Still he was a fighter and lived another 10 years after that. His Mom, Hunter, had eleven puppies and all of them except Shamu went to become seeing eye dogs. Shamu got named after the killer whale after we had gone on a trip to Cedar Point where Shamu the whale was. Boy, it was fun when we had all 11 puppies. I was just a kid and they would knock me down in the snow and rip my hat and gloves off, attack my shoelaces and stuff, what a blast. Shamu was one of the best dogs I have ever had around. I loved that dog more than just about anything in the world.

Hope all goes well with your pet.


On another more happy note, I just bought a new car, well new for me anyway. It's a Pontiac Vibe. Same car as the Toyota Matrix and they are both Toyota Corollas with a different body. My wife loves it, it sits up higher than most cars and has tons of room for dragging stuff home. It's a CUV; crossover utility vehicle. Fancy name for the new compact station wagons/hatchback. Mint condition, low miles, one owner. It's not bad looking either. Nice blue color, racks on top and can pull 1,500 pounds.

Have a good one, everybody!!

If the natural tendencies of mankind are so bad that it is not safe to permit people to be free, how is it that the tendencies of these organizers are always good? Do not the legislators and their appointed agents also belong to the human race? Or do they believe that they themselves are made of a finer clay than the rest of mankind?
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(24-01-2015 07:23 PM)Michael Wrote:  Bob, I'm glad you're on the mend, hope you get feeling 100% soon!

Today my dad's PayPal got hacked and they stole over $6000, so I'll be spending the rest of the day helping him hunt down and kill whoever did it.

Also, I built another flashlight. I'm so addicted now, and I'm out of bodies to put these emitters in! Time for another order from SlowTech...


That bites, I don't even want to get into how much I hate Paypal. I was forced to deal with them for years and years and didn't get royally screwed by them until I had my e-cig business but they were shits when I had my guitar business as well. A customer could break the guitar over his knee and send it back and I'd be stuck with it. I don't know if many of you remember this but for a while e-bay and paypal fucked over e-cig sellers royaly. They just up and screwed all kinds of people. I had customs jack a large order coming in from China and paypal didn't cover that. Then they closed my account and refunded payments to everyone that had placed orders with me! That along with the laws and things I said fuck it and got out of it. Honestly I could go on and on about how much I hate those cock suckers. I wish I had the money to open my own paypal like business and give people a viable alternative to them.

However, when it comes to fraud they will probably have your back, it's one of the few things that they are good for. Good luck and never take NO for an answer.

As for the lights, they are addictive as hell. I love making them and really need to get caught up with the mods I have to do for other people so I can get back to modding some news ones for myself.

You really should do a MT-G2 light sometime. They are really fun to put together. That ZY-T08 is a great light for the MT-G2.

As for dedicated flooders the multi-emitters are really the way to go. If you want the ultimate flooder and don't care how big it is, get the TR-J20 and stick a BLF DD driver in it. Whooo hooo, that is a lot of light.

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