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About Buck115

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    The Piney Woods, East Texas
  • Interests
    Music & Merlot
  • My System
    2 Channel:
    VPI The Classic | Ortofon Quintet Blue
    Sunfire Symphonic Reference Preamp
    B&K Reference 200.2
    Denon DCD-1650AR
    Denon DRM-800
    Akai GX-370D
    SONOS Connect
    Monster HTS 5100
    Klipsch KLF-20s
    AudioQuest King Cobra ICs & Gibraltar Bi-wires

    Home Theater:
    Sony XBR-55X930E LED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV
    Marantz SR5012
    Front Speakers (2): Klipsch RB81’s
    Center Channel (1): Klipsch RC62
    Surround (2): Klipsch RS42’s
    Dolby Atmos (2): Klipsch RP-140SA’s
    Subwoofer (1): Klipsch RW10d
    Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Discβ„’ Player
    Amazon Fire TV 4K Ultra HD Streaming Media Player
    Sonos Controller
    Monster Signature AVS 2000
    Monster Signature HTPS 7000

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  1. What's that old saying, oh yeah, "wish in one hand and poop in the other and see which fills up first'. Happy Birthday Steve.
  2. Okay, I'll try to get this thread back on topic. πŸ™‚
  3. @Dave1290, Err, uh, blush, I have several sets of Blue Jean Cables as well as Audioquest speaker cables, interconnects, and HDMI cables. 😲
  4. Before we deployed to Vietnam in 1972, I got rid of all of my music stuff that I had collected since about 1960. So, with access to the Navy Exchange in Subic Bay, I began another hoarding adventure! Now I have racks of excess stereo stuff that I've collected since 1972 (Akai, Marantz, Carver, etc.). You know, you have to keep all that stuff just in case! 😲 🀣
  5. Newbie, I have Sansui speaker wire and some RCA cables that go back to 1972! 😲 🀣
  6. @grasshopperPrayers said for healing for Albert and wisdom and guidance for his doctors! Also, prayers said for peace, comfort, and strength for you and your family!
  7. I would recommend that you get the 3.0 version of the Bug-A-Salt over the 2.0 version. And yes, Amazon is where I got mine. Edit to add: It does mention that it works best at 3 feet from the insect, but you can get a little more distance than that. However, it is not a long range weapon.
  8. @dtel, if you are referring to the Bug-A-Salt, YEP, it really does work and it is fun too! I'm still perfecting my on-the-wing skills on wasps and other bugs while they are flying!
  9. Well, this isn't a permanent solution for your wasp problem, but it sure is fun and it will shred a wasp, spider, etc. I have a lot of fun with it, it satisfies my bug eradication needs, it's more fun than a fly swatter, and won't leave holes in your walls or porch ceilings! 😲 πŸ˜‚
  10. Hamburgers, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, and Cherry Cheese Cake here.
  11. Yep, I remember Record Stores! Many of those LPs came from Tower Records.
  12. Well, since we are talking C,C, and C plus C (Cannons), here are a few of mine (Super Rare Winchester Model 1892 Takedown Short Rifle, M1, and Trapdoor Springfield.
  13. Don't worry, the Sahara dust will be in your area soon, so clarity will be replaced by hazy! 😲
  14. Prayers said for Healing for your wife and Peace, Comfort, and Strength for you and your family!
  15. Dave, I'm sorry for your loss! Prayers said for peace, comfort, and strength for you and your family!
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