Greetings, Former Professional Pizza maker here. From Gourmet Italian Restaurant (Pizza served on Silver platters), to The 3 major national chains.
You are correct, the Oil/Lard fries the crust in a pan Pizza to give that amazing texture and flavor that we love so much.
In order for your Toppings not to SLIDE OFF! don't Oil the damn topside of the crust!
Typically i fry my Bacon in the pan first, get rid of EXCESS Lard, but still leave plenty in the pan to spread the Dough and give it that ever so delicious Crust.
My Usual toppings are: Pepperoni, Bacon, Thin sliced red Onions, and Crisp Mild Jalapenos/Pepperoncinis... Cheese of course, but do i really need to mention that? or mention a Good Marinara that isn't super watery? (Tip, don't over do the Marinara, it will make your pizza soggy and toppings slide off)
A More widely available Cheese that i strongly recommend is this one
Also get a stick/log of Pepperoni, and slice it yourself, it's far better, though be warned it has more Kick.
And for a Bonus extra special topping i recommend This
Then i put at-least half a stick of butter, Garlic salt, onion powder, And a bit of Parsley into a Pyrex Cup, Place it near my oven Exhaust to let it slowly and gently melt without separating the Butter.
Very Liberally brush that mixture onto the outer edges/topside of the crust, the part that DOESN'T! get toppings.
Topping order from bottom up is: Marinara, Cheese, Meats then Veggies, You want your toppings to brown good to get the maillard reaction and to keep them from getting soggy....Don't cover them in cheese.
This also lets the oils from the pepperoni soak down into the cheese but not into the crust which would create a layer that makes everything slide off the slice.
You can find the Logitech K400 in stores for $30 most of the time.
Here's Walmart with $20. I have two. Cheap, durable, lightweight. Meh keys, but great for the couch.
Been there done that.
The thing I learned at the end of the day is that it's best to not use dynamic rope in the bedroom anyways. Most people tend to prefer hemp for that situation. It's cheaper. And while it isn't dual purpose, it makes for easier storage of recreational equipment since you can keep one set of ropes and harnesses in one closet and the other set in the other closet. Or out of the closet. in a box. I know that didn't answer your question, so I would take the rope down and give it a good soak ( is it dry treated) and get the lube off. If it leaves any residue or discoloration you've probably got to retire it. Then I'd hit up the hardware store and get https://www.walmart.com/ip/T.-W.-Evans-Cordage-30-097-50-1-.-5-inch-x-50-ft.-Pure-Number-1-Manila-Rope/30572982 for shackles, I'd get ones made for your intended use, and not the stuff you find in the hardware store.
Don't forget that even if you don't need an IUD, you can order Plan B or generic levonorgestrel online TODAY in case it's taken off the market. If you can afford it--just do it now, for your own peace of mind. It shouldn't expire for 3-4 years, so it will see you through this administration.
I'm not even sexually active, but if I (or any of my friends) ever got raped, there's no way I'd want to be without it. Just think of it as a small form of "Trump administration insurance".
Walmart sells them.
My stepmom used to do shit like this. She made more money than my dad and made sure to flaunt how much more her kids were "loved" on Xmas morning than my sister and I. One Xmas my stepsister got diamond earrings and my other stepsister got a kitten. My sister and I got these plastic storage bins that looked like this.
Like I get it -- they're your kids and you shouldn't have to spend as much on your stepchildren -- but Jesus Christ at least pretend to make an effort.
Just install it as a secondary hard drive, don't actually try and boot a different computer with it.
Better yet, get one of these (or similar, there's a ton of them on the market) so you don't even have to open the other computer's case.
I turned 37 last week and I ate an entire package of pizza rolls in two days.
Edit- guys, you are seriously underestimating me.
Alright, the title made me laugh like an idiot.
For real though, try thrift stores, they sell everything there. If all else fails, there's always online ordering.
I did a search at Walmart.com and found quite a few results - so check your local Walmart store, and if it does not have one on the shelves, you can order one online from their website and they will ship it to your local Walmart for you to pick up.
EDIT: Also, a note about stores - some American stores do not have their merchandise organized in a sensible manner, and what you are looking for may be in a different section than you'd expect. Don't hesitate to ask an employee, they're there to help - "Excuse me sir/miss, I'm looking for a teapot, do you have any?" - and they will help you find it if they have one.
I'm going to take a step back here and look at it this way.
You can buy a shuriken online from $5-$20.
100 gallons of mayonnaise on the other hand, going by this jar, 1000 gallons of mayonnaise could net you $16,746.66. Just don't let them know how it's made, and we have made a profit.
We don't know why yet, because Zen isn't even out. People who are saying you should get Kaby are jumping the gun. They're just speculating and should not be believed.
Everyone else will say this, but I'll say it to: Bench for Waitmarks.
Here, this is a link to a cheap bench you can get for this, although I'd shop around to see which bench fits you the best:
So if anyone asks you "Bro, do you even lift?" you should say "Yes, and I'm benching for waitmarks."
Also, if you have a barbell you can strap 2 old gaming desktops to either end of the bar and bench those, which will give an entire new meaning to "benching your rigs".
Frames: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainstays-8x8-Shadowbox-Frame-Black/17284449 (I believe)
1 Crosman-Comrade-AK-CO2-Semi-Auto-Air-Rifle 59.99
1 box of CO2 Pwerlets- 40 count 17.22
6000 rounds of .177 Caliber Steel BB Ammo 7.93
Total - 87.55
Bring it, fuckers!
> Could not stop wanting to play with her older brother.
Top quality troll
Review 2 is just as good...
This is the one I have
I absolutely love it and I've never had issues with it the way some reviews are saying. I'm not sure if my internet is more solid or what but it's worked perfectly for 9 months and I use it 2-3 times a week.
So I did the math for the potato joke.
I used Walmart 10lb bag of golds which is ~10lb/$4. I googled the average medium potato mass as 6oz. So for $300 we get 750lb of potatoes or 2,000 medium potatoes.
I googled the average power in potatoes but it was a little confusing. They said that raw potatoes produce about 0.5V but boiled gave around 5V! But boiling is cheating since you probably expend too much energy. I did find elsewhere that a potato produced 0.8W of power so now we're cooking!
So 2,000 potatoes at 0.8W is about 1.6kW. Even with a gigantic margin of error for potato size and produced power, the potatoes product far more power than any console or PC uses even at peak load. Unless you have some crazy rig or something.
They actually make these Hotwheels Camera Cars but I'm sure the quality isn't near as good.
EDIT: Added link to frame.
Or you could compare it to this 64/128 gb flash drive
Guys Walmart is selling India flag beach towels, that too on discount.
Let's tell Sushma Swaraj and rescind all visas given to Americans. BMKJ!!!!!
Tell your friends that they need to lay off the pipe.
It's for salad dressing.
They had Rotomolded coolers at Walmart a while back.
The Ozar Trail ones seem to be out of stock.
Based on the looks of the cable placement it looks like an iPhone 4s, with the amount of corrosion on there, that phone may be a goner. You need to get some deoxyit I believe is what it's called.
You will need a new battery and possibly a new screen as well based on how that LCD flex cable is looking.
I recommend spraying the whole board down with this deoxyit and using a toothbrush to scrap off the corrosion. It's not a guarantee but it's probably the most you could do at this point.
Especially poorer people, both in the US and not alike. Often they own a smartphone and a tablet... no computer. All they see is Apps. Facebook app, Twitter app, ect. The web browser is an little thing on the side rarely used. I say poorer people out of experience that the less well off people I knew still after HS... they really just had no name $40 china Android tablets from Walmart and that's it. They can't afford a PC. Even a $300 budget laptop is still a save-up-to-buy thing.
This is the core reason Facebook/Google/other Cos. want to give free internet in developing countries. They don't know what the fuck a Winedoze is or a Mazilla bowser. They know what "Facebook app" is and that they get free facebook from the sky.
I can't believe that this hasn't been said yet...
Tony's Seasoning. I typically agree with its advertisement as being great on everything
Maybe, maybe not. Wal-mart already sells "Beef Patties" that are about 1/3 the price of ground beef. The patties are composed of fatty beef, organ meat, and textured soy protein, and are nutritionally about the same at 75/25 ground beef. They taste close enough to real 100% beef hamburgers that you would not question it if you just had one, particularly if you had ketchup and other toppings on it.
Although they are super cheap (and therefore should sell like hotcakes), Wal-mart generally only has a very small amount of space dedicated to this product. It would seem that people like their beef to be beef and not Beef^^TM regardless of cost.
NEW Walmart item for you!!! Go to the pharma area and look for heartburn stuff. Look for Equate ranitidine tablets. They are $4 for a bottle and they work in under 10 minutes. I had a prescription years ago, but now I buy these. One a day, no heartburn. I only take when necessary so a bottle will last months.
I've been doing food math when I see people claiming it's sooooo prohibitively expensive to eat plants at home rather than go out to a restaurant. Here's an example:
Rice: $4.88 for 10 pounds.. 1 cup of rice is just under half a pound, so there are roughly 21 cups of rice in that bag, or 42 servings. Serving size: 1/4 cup of dry rice. Calories per serving: 160. Cost per serving: $0.11.
Dried green lentils: I actually have a receipt on hand for this one. $1.79/pound at the bulk foods store in my neighborhood. I bought 0.47 pounds for $0.81 and it's about 1.25 cups. Serving size: 1/4 cup of dry lentils. Calories per serving: 169. Cost per serving: $0.16.
Raw baby cut carrots: $1.34 for a 1-pound bag. Google says there are 11 calories in one ounce. Serving size: 1/4 of the bag, or 4 oz. Calories per serving: 44. Cost per serving: $0.34.
Dump them all in a rice cooker or pot on the stove with water. Add some salt and pepper if you wish. Push the button and wait. Total calories: 373. Total cost per serving: $0.61.
And if you're trying to eat more instead of less, please feel free to explain how it's cheaper to go to Wendy's instead of padding these calories with a little more rice or some butter. Or even a dessert!
If you are talking about a Puddle Jumper they come with a booklet that states over and over that it is not a life-vest and should used that way. It's a pool toy, and it requires adult supervision. Basically any kid that requires a floatation device of any kind has to be watched carefully.
I'm not trying to sanctimommy you. It could have happened to anyone and I'm sure it was terrifying. It was good that you were right there. But it wasn't the device's fault. They are explicitly not rated to be life-vests.
Edit to add that this is still a really good post! Anything that helps to make people more aware of pool/water safety is a good thing. I don't know about others, but my parents were very lax about water safety, and it's a miracle neither of us drowned. It's definitely a good thing to share stories like this and get people to double check what they are doing around the water.
If anyone even thinks of buying one of these, they need to instead buy a banana stand and bend the hook to lay a little more flat if the top doesn't fit. $70 is ridiculous.
EDIT: So there's (3) 500GB as well as (3) 1TB+ variations of the bundles. 500GB bundle starts at $299 and has three consoles to choose from:
Then for the 1TB+ starting at $349 we have:
Also note that the additional controller is a wired one, with the wireless upgrades adding about $50 to the bundle.
> Zyrtec used to be really great for allergies, and people could get it with their prescription coverage for a few bucks a month. Now it's OTC, and it's $40+ for a month's supply.
$11.99 for a year's supply, shipped. $1 per month.
(Or $30 for a half year from Walmart.) and $48 for 300 at Walgreens.)
(Keep in mind that nonmembers can buy from Costco online with a small surcharge sometimes being applied depending on where you live and what you buy.)
5 GBP = 1 chicken tendies meal
2 chicken tendies meals = 1 25 oz. bag chicken tendies
1 25 oz. bag chicken tendies = $6.98
10 GBP = $6.98
1 GBP = $0.70
lol great work there detective. If by the "pie/pizza" video you mean the one of my daughter and her best friend playing this game: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pie-Face-Game/46201753
then that's quite a stretch, buddy.
And that's not the quote. The quote was that my daughter said "Mama I can't sleep because my brain is broken." and I commented "yup, she's mine." Because we both have trouble sleeping.
Back off, asshole.
If it's any comfort, I'm sure WalMart will take care of the worker's family. WalMart has a long history of looking after their workers.
Edit: I found this while looking around to see if I could find out if WalMart actually compensated the families of killed workers, thought it was funny...
FYI for the non-gun owners out there. That's less than 2 boxes of ammo from walmart. I literally had more that that in my trunk on the way home last time I went.
Right here it says that a preowned O3DS is $160, but to get a brand new New Nintendo 3DS Standard size, it would only be $20 more. I really don't see the point in buying a system with older hardware over something just a bit more expensive and having something brand new.
You can easily find a cheap one at Walmart in the kitchen utensils aisle. Calibrate it before use by sticking it in a cup full of water and ice. If the dial doesn't say 32F/0C then adjust it (instructions to do this should be on/in the packaging).
Look at the stem of the thermometer. There will be a little dimple or something on it - that's where the sensor is. To use the thermometer properly, make sure to stick the stem into the thickest part of the meat, making sure the sensor is as close to halfway in as possible. This will ensure you have the most accurate reading.
Different meats require different cooking temperatures. There should be a list on the little cover that you store the thermometer in. And speaking of the cover, most have a little metal loop on the outside of them (depending on what type you get, mine looks like this: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Taylor-Instant-Read-Thermometer/16543483), that's so you can stick your thermometer stem into it and hold onto the cover as you check the meat temperature while keep your hands out of danger.
Source: I used to be a manager at a fast food place and was required to take product temperatures every day for quality/safety monitoring.
P.S. Best of luck at your new cooking adventures!
Sometimes they're called blister bandages. Here's a few available in the US:
You guys, SHIRT STAYS.
You will never feel like a bigger dork, but your shirt actually stays reliably tucked in and neat.
the PS4 is 299.99 as well. you get a somewhat new AAA game with it, it's probably more powerful then the Switch hardware wise. The switch is heavily rumored to use a old gen tegra chip from nivida. it has a lot more games then thw Switch will at launch. oh and it has a 500GB hard drive. the Switch only has 32GB of Flash
the Switch only has 32GB of storage, some of that eaten by the system OS. One of the wii U's biggest flaws was not enough internal storage. 32GB won't even fit Grand theft Auto 5 or Doom (2016). It does have a SD card slot, but even the wii U had that and it still failed to have big, 3rd party downloadable games
theres only 4 launch titles so far. 1,2, Switch which is just more motion control minigames, Zelda, Just Dance and Skylanders. Only ONE of those interests me, guess which.
paid online, the only perk of it is ONE "free" NES or SNES game. They might have added online support but Nintendo could stop that at anytime, for any reason. At best, it's the same game from well over 20 years ago. Are you excited for the prospect of getting Balloon Fight for "free" in 2017?
This is probably beyond the realm of what you were considering, and if so, I totally understand, but I could really use an urn. My dad was murdered the day before thanksgiving and his ashes currently reside in a cardboard box. Now, it's not a need, they are safe in the box for now, it just seems a very unsecure and undignified way for him to be stored. I will buy the urn eventually But right now I am cash strapped. I need to pay off the funeral home for his cremation and buy a headstone yet too, as well as all the court fees involved with settling his estate. It is going to be quite awhile before I can afford the urn as the other needs are unfortunately more pressing. I'd like him settled in something safe though. Believe it or not, Walmart sells urns I added one to my wishlist here awhile back. If this is something you would consider, I would greatly appreciate it. For verification here is the article on the suspect's arraignment (it's the latest update on the case) for a very brief split second you can see my son and I in the rows behind the prosecutor. Thank you for this offer and reading through my post.
Edited to add: in case of confusion, the article states indirect family was present, that is me. My dad hadn't finished formally adopting me when he died so I'm considered family by the prosecution, but not direct lineage.
need to get the de-shelled kind for the theater or eating in bed. otherwise, wonderful pistachios has sweet chili flavor that are fucking awesome https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wonderful-Sweet-Chili-Pistachios-7-oz/39360118
Honestly? Pretty much no food will survive and be palatable in the warmer months.
You want to buy this cooler (note it's small, hard bodied, and under $10). Next pick up an ice pack (usually like $1-2).
Now that cooler I listed is a lot bigger than it looks. It holds 13 cans. Now what I do is make a sandwich, put it in with the freezer pack a drink and a baggie of chips and a candy bar.
My meal generally costs about $2.50.
good point. HOWEVER!
A gallon of vegetable oil for $5.98 is one of the best calories per dollar I can think of. It has 30,720 calories; that's 5,137 calories per dollar.
>This is my stapler:
>I've had it for years. It's solid, and can staple through anything. I don't think and stapler than costs $5 new can compare.
Swingline 20 sheet stapler at Walmart, $6.98
Edit: Imgur mirror.
Security bar that props against the door. No damage.
Or this one with an alarm!
It's not actually sold by Walmart. It's sold by another retailer.
This same card sold by walmart I would pay the extra .82 cents just to make sure Walmart is giving me a legit card
Wish I could edit my original post, but thought I'd share anyway that Walmart is actually selling them for even cheaper ($134.87 with free shipping)!
Odd, Walmart.com has the Bluray for $36.02, why the heck was Amazon so much higher before the sale? If my math is right, that would mean it used to cost $49.63?
33.75/68=0.4963 (Figuring out 1/100th so I can multiply to the original price)
0.4963*100=49.63 (Times 100 gives me the original price)
And then to double check my result:
49.63*0.68=33.74 (Multiply by the opposite decimals as the discount (0.32) to find the discounted price)
(/sciencewoona) No wonder they had to discount it, why would anyone pay nearly $50 when Walmart has it for much less...
BestBuy has it on sale for $29.99 (Regular $42.99)
(/shutupandtaketavismoney)Ooh! DVD copy is only $19.99 at BestBuy. (Regular $29.99) I'm going shopping!
This also works. that's what I've seen used at least.
The flat portion pins to the curtain and the hooked part connects to the rings illustrated in OP's photo. The drapery I've seen used with this has a hem at the top, with small holes for the pins to go into.
The last time I saw something like this was at my grandparents house.
Say it's a safety issue because an "unauthorized third party has a key to the place and is letting himself in when my roommate is not in".
Also maybe try this, screw it in yourself and fix the holes before you move out. https://www.google.com/shopping/product/15252009942917302093?lsf=seller:8740,store:6043715610372017752&prds=oid:14134511902032704187&q=door+wedge+lock+home+depot&hl=en-US&ei=9ipLWOq7JObQ0gLlmLiIBw&lsft=gclid:CjwKEAiAyanCBRDkiO6...
This requires no installation:
If wages were preserved, and assuming raw material cost stayed the same, then the cost of increased labor and location overhead would be passed to the consumer.
People tend to forget that while manufacturing jobs left, the cost of things has gone waaayyyyyyyy down since the 1960s. Take a look at this tool catalog from 1960. A basic circular saw cost $55. Adjusted for inflation, that's like it costing $450 today (using official inflation numbers, which some economists criticize as being too low, but it's a complicated thing). You can now get a pretty much identical saw for $50, the same cost as in 1960, even with 56 years of inflation.
Walmart is always the plug 😤😤🔥
Here are the shoes, they're currently priced at $97 with free shipping but if for some reason the price rises or they're sold out I'd be fine with just about anything of your choice! Also, I'm a size US 10
Also, thanks so much for the giveaway and for giving back to the community! It's impressive that someone in High School holds values such as yours! This post is making me rethink what I'm going to do to give back this year :)
Funny you should say that
My brownies are the best in the world. Just take your usual recipe but use olive oil instead of vegetable oil and don't use any nuts(even box brand is good). Pour the first half into the pan and then add mother fucking mini marshmallows. About one layer, you don't need to go overboard, and press them into the batter a little. Then add the rest of the batter. Push all batter flat and make sure no white shows through. Then bake as you would, maybe add an extra min or 2. They will be a little softer than you will expect. Then let them cool for an hour or so and then move into refrigerator. They will be ready to eat in like 2 hours.
If you follow these steps you will get those perfect brownies that are soft and sweet without being gritty and under cooked.
tl;dr: Use olive oil, add some mini marshmallows and refrigerate after cooling.
May I suggest using Shea Moisture? They even have a line made especially for kids which includes shampoo, conditoner (both for dry hair) and a detangler.
For reference, I also use Shea Moisture (different line though): Here is a link to the picture I posted so you can the see the before/after Shea Moisture product. https://i.redd.it/uz79mv0g15dy.jpg
A three dollar pocket knife from Wal-Mart. This one actually...
I've tried Gerbers, Shrades, and SOG brand knives; I've tried a hundred cheapo brands from flea markets and gas stations. At some point they've all fallen apart in my hands. But these little buggers are made solid, and I use mine multiple times a day for various farm related tasks (including one memorable castration!). The edge doesn't last very long, maybe a three days; but other than that I cannot complain about the quality of the knife. I've got twelve of them unopened, because for the price, why not? I'm good on work knives for a very long time.
I'm noticing a severe lack of counter space here. There's also very limited storage. As a woman, I actually think the amount of stuff is actually pretty tame, it just needs organizing. Invest in one of these;
Seriously, it's $50 at Walmart. They make cheaper metal ones as well.
Get her a nice basket/container to store her things in on the shelf and your bathroom will always look tidy.
Theyre cheap tires and here are some cheap steel wheels in the Subaru 5x100 bolt pattern
$55x4 + $47x4 =$408. That's new product too. Your hubcaps are not worth $292.
I have this same model but in green. Unless you pick it up and feel how flimsy it is, or look very carefully at the muzzle (to see the tiny .17 cal hole for the bbs) it would be indistinguishable from the real deal.
How often are you washing/co-washing? Are you using any shampoos? Have you clarified your hair with a sulphate shampoo before you started using the Cantu conditioner?
For an idea, it looks over-conditioned and weighed down. I had a similar effect when I was using a keratin conditioner. It was just way too much for my hair.
Try a clarifying shampoo to start all over. Try a lighter conditioner like say Suave Naturals Clarifying Conditioner after your hair is stripped clean and stick with the same techniques (s2c and plopping) just to determine if too-heavy products are your problem.
What's nice about the Suave conditioner is that it works great as a co-wash (shampoo replacement) in between your clarifying shampoo washes.
Also, don't be afraid of a clarifying shampoo. I use head and shoulders once a week or every time I use a silicone gel or hairspray. There are a lot of others out there that work just fine. Some people need to clarify with shampoo once a month, or once a week, or once every few months. It depends on what works for you.
Its available now!!!
$10 that's not bad for 18 packages.
It's a water speaker.
It's not $1, but these are $2.
Honestly I have no idea how that thing exfoliates...assuming it's just like normal silicone scrubs, I could never get an exfoliation out of those....they're just little nubs.
Walmart has sold one for a while now.
These look identical to the ones you can get at Walmart.
They're only $10 and actually work pretty well, better than some of the more expensive tumblers like the Yeti. They're probably all from the same manufacturer anyway.
So does Kim Kardashian
Reminder: Use price protection/price matching for Black Friday
I made out like a bandit doing this last year. You can basically get all of the Black Friday deals without the hassle of camping out or sometimes even going to the store.
Here's a great overview of how it all works and which CC companies participate
A good resource for Black Friday ads is at /r/blackfriday.
For example, you pull up the Walmart ad and decide you want the Samsung 60" 4K TV, model #UN60KU6270 for $648. Start to shop around, and MAKE SURE you find the exact same model.
Here it is, listed at $1,098.
You can purchase it today, then get the $450 difference reimbursed through price protection. It should be noted that the $450 will come in the form of a check, so your spend in this case would remain at $1,098 (plus tax of course). It gets interesting when you start using shopping portals and 5% back categories since you get to keep the rewards on the larger amount of the purchase.
If you feel it will take longer than a week I would look to just purchase a temporary <$100 mini fridge from Walmart and add it's expense to your insurance claim.
Or live off oatmeal, rice and tuna for a week.
You can get 50 fucking feet of aluminum foil for $2.50 at Walmart.
That isn't wonderfully stingy, that is not valuing your time.
not with 2 people inside, assuming a density of 1, an average body weight of 80kg, you have 160kg, so 160L of 'body', average bath probably hold 170L, so with both bodys submerged, you'd have 10 liters of pepto to fill the rest.
at $3,48 the 236 mL, you'll need 43 bottles, $147.46 with a bit more if you want to drink it.
So not that much in the end if that the dream you must pursue...
Edit: yes, dollars and kg/L, not confusing
Thanks for the report but Walmart is EXTREMELY YMMV. BUT, if you want to take a chance without wasting gas to get SKU for brickseek just use their website.
Search for the game then the end of the link SHOULD be the SKU.....
So for example...
sku is 28201243
A lot of good advice given already. It does sounds like you travel quite a bit. I might do some extensive testing if coverage is that important to you. Get the $30 prepaid plan on a phone that supports band 12 and carry it around for a month or two and see how you feel.
List of Band 12 phones
Also you could examine real world crowd sourced coverage data. Now if no one has run the app in a certain area it may not show coverage when there is coverage, but it sets good expectations for where you will actually get signal.
Sensorly Coverage Map
> Star Wars Lego
What the fuck
It's basically this thing from Walmart...
I just went too! Like does she and Slade just hit up alibaba.com then jack up the price? Who buys this garbage??
Edit: yes, it looks like they do. At least Walmart offers the exact same thing at only $31.99
I've had good luck with the following:
Biking is about 30 calories per mile IIRC. A McDonalds cheeseburger costs $1 and has 300 calories, or about $0.10 per mile. Pasta is $3.88 for 6720 calories, or $0.017 per mile.
Gas is about $2.15 right now. With a 45 MPG hybrid, that's $0.0478 per mile. With a 20 MPG SUV, it's $0.108.
Doing a very quick search shows Purex costs $7 for 100 loads at Walmart. So that's $0.07 a load. I've bought this detergent on sale for $5 a bottle or 5 cents a load.
The Simple Dollar, a site well known for using fuzzy math and estimates claims his version costs 5 cents a load in 2012 dollars and claims that you can't get generic detergent below 15 cents a load. This is, as I proved above, absolutely false. Purex isn't even the cheapest (though it's one of them.)
If you're saving at all, you're saving pennies and as linked several times in this thread, it's bad for your clothes and makes them smell like feet.
you'll be getting something like this.
It's what you'll find if you google search the product description
I can't tell if you are serious.
> fancy TV that lets you plug a computer
You can't even buy a TV without several HDMI ports, and then all you need is a $10 cable to connect your computer. A Roku/streaming stick is less than a DVD player.
Refurbished 55" 4K TV with Roku for $320. Free delivery.
$7 less AND an Iron Man mask you could give to a kid or donate to Toys for Tots, at Walmart.com
credit goes to /u/jsanch52 for this thread two days ago
And I said homeless people have smartphones. You can buy a LG Optimus smartphone for $9 at walmart proof. Then sit outside a McDonalds and use wifi to use the internet and phone all day for free.
Never pay for silica gel packs again with this one weird trick.
It's nothing more than silica gel, and is completely odorless. It's also available in stores.
Last year a person in one of my classes was drinking straight out of this bottle
Everybody in the class had to double take to make sure he wasn't drinking Tide laundry detergent.
Especially the ones that look like they're for carpenters but are worn day to day.
I think you can get it year-round here
Tried out u/brokeandfamous suggestion on how to whiten boost. I bought the kiwi whitener and applied the first coat on after cleaning the boost with a brush. That's basically my result after my first coat. I'm going to do 3 coats and I'm sure it'll look even whiter.
It still feels like the actual boost, like nothing was ever applied to it. It doesn't also look like I painted something on it.
That would be the Bissell Little Green Portable.
Great little extractor for the price.
Mind you it's no Mytee, but it works great if you're a hobbyist or just getting into detailing! Used mine for years before I upgraded.
Gambling on a $120? Should be half that. And I assure you 99% of LGS weren't choosy with their tables. Seriously, bam, there ya go.
Boat motor flusher. Here's a video on how to use it. Skip to about 1:40-ish. Are you a boater?