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Shaun K

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  1. rear-ported then...thanks
  2. Only 60 miles away from me, but timing just isn't right for me unless I sell my RF3-II right away Yeah, finding even one would be tough. I also like the front ports on the RB7, while it looks like the RC7 is sealed? Haven't seen a pic of the rear so I can't be sure.
  3. Actually...does anyone know where I could get matching RC-7's? Asking for a friend...
  4. I really wish I could justify them myself, but I just bought a new TV and I'm trying to get my home theater up and running. On the other hand, how often do you see these come up for sale?
  5. Not sure what the market is like for these now, but you don't see them very often: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ank/ele/d/shafer-klipsch-reference-bookshelf/6887539158.html
  6. and I almost put away the snow blower and put on the summer tires this weekend...good thing I was lazy
  7. we used to call those the Nuclear Boobies every time we drove past
  8. Wow, sounds like you guys got hit much harder than we did down here. I think we got maybe 5-6", and the freezing rain didn't last long either.
  9. that reminds me, I need to do some roof raking ASAP
  10. hah, what a funny coincidence...I guess you really are a shady guy cool pics, I wonder if my dad's company ever uses some of your stuff when he's designing outdoor spaces.
  11. nice pic sputnik, are you in Western Montana?
  12. I still have the Oregon plates, they are on the garage wall. Have the old plates from my wife's last car in OR too, but nobody gets the RESURI joke.
  13. hah, thanks! we had that plate in Oregon too, it always gets a thumbs up
  14. Easily hip-deep here as well, but I'd rather be in Montana if I have to deal with this Had about 6" come down yesterday, so the mailbox is steadily disappearing. Parked the truck out there for a bit of scale. We've also been letting the snow pile up on our backyard table, we just call it "the cake" now.
  15. we were only supposed to get 2-3 inches but we're already at about 4-5 inches now, and several hours to go before it stops. I hope my snow blower doesn't die on me again tomorrow
  16. yeah I'm pretty much done with this nonsense 😐. Even my snow blower has stopped working on occasion, I think it wants a break
  17. Meanwhile my Jets are shi...err pooping the bed on a regular basis 😡. It's gonna be a long 5 weeks until the end of the season...
  18. I'm not sure it does much, unless your attic is not well sealed/insulated. I sometimes rake a good chunk of snow off my roof (the parts I can get to anyway) to help prevent ice dams in the valleys...that's assuming it ever gets warm enough to melt here
  19. Looks pretty open to me Crazy wind and snow here yesterday. Almost had a Suburban wipe out in front of me on the backroad right as I was getting home from the airport. Back to subzero temps as wuzzzer mentioned above...not looking like a pleasant March ahead for us
  20. yep, the wind and several feet of fine dry snow has made for some wild weather lately
  21. I'm going to have to talk to oldtimer and jimjimbo once pepper growing season starts :). I'd like to grow my own here but I don't know if I'm able to, given our short growing season. It got up to 32 here today, so there was a bit of melting. However, we also got another 4" overnight, and there's more to come tonight as well 😐
  22. hmm, sounds like I need to make some new friends
  23. yah no big deal for her, but not much for me either since we've been visiting her family all these years. I did have to buy a bigger jacket once we moved here, along with a few snow shovels and a snow blower so what's this I read up above about a pepper crop? I've got a couple ferments going now but could use some more supplies this year. Is that oldtimer and JohnJ?
  24. You definitely got lucky then. I think we were on the edge of the heavy stuff; they actually shut down MSP for part of the day. You almost never see that.
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