Thread: What did you buy recently?

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    I recently sold 16 DVDs and bought 7 VHS movies. Honey I shrunk the kids, lion kingt, snow white, the specialist, sliding doors, trial and error, and for richer and poorer.
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    Could be me in 30+ years.
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    [img]http://i43.tinypic.com/20ztj5s.jpg[/img]
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    mint condition complete sets of-
    The Goonies trading cards and stickers (along with both variations of wax pack)
    Tron trading cards and stickers
    Disney's The Black Hole trading cards and stickers
    Don't pay any attention to the evil spirited and dead of heart. They're not worth your time.
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    Streets of Rage (soundtrack to the sega game released on vinyl)


    Sleepaway Camp (unreleased songs from the movie finally released on vinyl)
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    • 4 years 9 months ago
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    I haven't bought anything recently O_O I'm saving up to replace my Sega Genesis and games that I let my brother borrow and he sold without my permission. x_x
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    Very nice pale. Think I will added in my rotation.
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    I love that can art! I have been home brewing the last year or so and it has been a great hobby.
    When I die, I want to die peacefully, in my sleep, like my grandpa did. Not like the screaming passengers in his car.
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    • 4 years 4 months ago
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    Quote by Vertex
    I love that can art! I have been home brewing the last year or so and it has been a great hobby.


    Oh really, never thought someone here was into this. Awesome. I tried a couple of times especially doing clones for IPA's and Pales (last one was Sierra Nevada Pale Ale)... some came out quite good but this hobby requires time and decent space area. My apartment is big enough but not suited for things like this unfortunately.
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    Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
    Oh really, never thought someone here was into this. Awesome. I tried a couple of times especially doing clones for IPA's and Pales (last one was Sierra Nevada Pale Ale)... some came out quite good but this hobby requires time and decent space area. My apartment is big enough but not suited for things like this unfortunately.


    Yeah it can be tough with limited space. I recently got a [url=http://www.grainfather.com/#!online-store/c8k/!/Grainfather/p/47641226/category=12375700]grainfather[/url] which combines the process into a single easy to use machine that you can use indoors and it has been great taking a lot of pain out of the process.
    When I die, I want to die peacefully, in my sleep, like my grandpa did. Not like the screaming passengers in his car.
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    • 4 years 4 months ago
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    Quote by Vertex
    Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
    Oh really, never thought someone here was into this. Awesome. I tried a couple of times especially doing clones for IPA's and Pales (last one was Sierra Nevada Pale Ale)... some came out quite good but this hobby requires time and decent space area. My apartment is big enough but not suited for things like this unfortunately.


    Yeah it can be tough with limited space. I recently got a [url=http://www.grainfather.com/#!online-store/c8k/!/Grainfather/p/47641226/category=12375700]grainfather[/url] which combines the process into a single easy to use machine that you can use indoors and it has been great taking a lot of pain out of the process.


    Man thats very cool. I've seen some but thats quite out of my budget. You have pretty much a pro craft brewing system similar to a small pub house. Haha I still use carboy fermenters/tubing/syphon and stuff from my aunt's kitchen.
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