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Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Europe isn't 'stepping up' as we now have crisis as a direct result of action again syria, Libya etc. We have a migrant crisis (not sure how widely it's broadcast over there) where hundreds of thousand asylum seekers are…"
9 minutes ago
Carl Monster replied to Alex L's discussion Learn how to cook
"I think so, but they've changed hands a few times. I remember it was decent, cheap eats. Those and cans of Hormel chile went a long way."
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Alex L replied to Alex L's discussion Learn how to cook
"Getting a girlfriend who knows how to cook is very nice option:) I can't really read what it says on the picture, can I still buy these at grocery stores?"
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Alex L replied to Alex L's discussion Learn how to cook
"Thank you guys,for a lot of good ideas and sources. I'm excited and looking forward to start cooking. I'll try to post photos of some of the dishes I cook. At first if will shoot for simplicity and will go from there to some more…"
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Gentleman Engineer replied to Vendetta's discussion To Sell or Keep...
"Quite. In addition, select tires are oft of requirement. However, about surfaces lacking in cohesion, such would be a boon."
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Jack Bauer replied to Vendetta's discussion To Sell or Keep...
"I was thinking the extra wheelbase would help with traction on slick streets -- trucks are notorious for losing traction on the rear wheels when you're not hauling stuff.  After further research, I think I was wrong about that, though ...…"
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Gentleman Engineer replied to Vendetta's discussion To Sell or Keep...
"Would such exist as mere models? In addition, unless one has intent of the frequent transport of masses of significant about the rear, such a configuration of tires lacks desire."
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"My Mega Cab Dodge Ram 2500 is about 21" long (to put that in perspective, my 01 Suburban, a long vehicle in its own right, is a little over 18" long). I don't have much trouble parking it, except when we're downtown ... really…"
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