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Old 12-10-2009, 02:27 PM   #21
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I already got all my christmas presents.

New complete knife set

New polarized sunglasses

My birth day is coming up next month and for that I am going to start buying for my AR build.

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That is nothing. My Christmas decorations are in labeled boxes that I reassemble each year with all lights checked and replaced all light strands are in nice 12" dia loops with 4 zip ties on each strand. I take pictures of how things go in to the boxes they came in so I put them back the same way and keep them in the original boxes. I have even a few times gotten light stands back in to the original packing exactly the way they came from the factory.

Each box is labeled with a laminated sheet of paper that lists the exact contents in the order they are to go in the box.

My wife hates shopping with me as I have a specific way I put things in the cart to maximize space and not squish the bread.

It is not OCD it is being organized.
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That is an excellent question; there are lots of toys that would amuse me. What i really want is a teaching gig, though.
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Can't think of anything I actually need or want TBH. I'm just looking forward to having all the kids around. As they get older, it's much harder to get everyone together at the same time...
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That is an excellent question; there are lots of toys that would amuse me. What i really want is a teaching gig, though.
I hope that works out for you man.
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That is an incredibly low price for a lower, Jo. Do you know anything about Spike's?
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That is an incredibly low price for a lower, Jo. Do you know anything about Spike's?
Actually that was Tango that posted the link.
I have heard of spikes, but don't know enough to give an opinion. I do like the logo.
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slo pointed me at Spikes for a low cost lower for my year long ar build I am trying to start in Jan.
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Note to some of you Neaderthals - If you give a few massages, you will probably get more poon.

I personally don't think organizing the shopping cart is really OCD. Putting items in and taking them out repeatedly 5 times to remove any bad mojo from the pending purchase IS OCD. Using hand sanitizer after touching each item is OCD, especially if you open a new bottle of hand sanitizer for each item.

Organization might be considered Anal Retentive, though.
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slo pointed me at Spikes for a low cost lower for my year long ar build I am trying to start in Jan.
So you're gonna go with that receiver?
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Not the Pirate one that is an Extra $100 over the one I am looking at. For some simple stuff. Maybe on Build 2 Pirate ARRRRRRR.

I can tell you I ain't droppin no $300+ on a lower that is exactly the same as that one.

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