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Old 02-25-2013, 04:49 PM   #313361
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:50 PM   #313362
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are kw's any good?
they are purple and gold, quality is of no concern with those colors!
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:50 PM   #313363
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Could either be the deal of a century or a big scam :2gud2btru:

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Old 02-25-2013, 04:52 PM   #313364
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they are purple and gold, quality is of no concern with those colors!


Although, like Kalim's VMR reps, they're probably Raceland reps.
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:53 PM   #313365
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Just went and got it sorted.

Problem is that old phone takes a standard SIM and new phone takes a micro.
Dad went and got new phones a month ago and they activated everything, making my current phone not work.
Had to go to AT&T store a month ago that same day and get a new standard SIM for my old phone since I didn't have the new phone in hand until yesterday.
So I got the new phone from my mom yesterday and a new micro SIM that came with it, but we were unsure if it had been deactivated.
So I went to the AT&T store just now and the dude just gave me a new micro SIM.
Left store, called AT&T up and was told the IMEI of the new phone was already active. Weird. So I guess they hadn't put the IMEI of the old phone back, but no biggie.
All the person at AT&T had to do was update the SIM ID to the new micro SIM's ID, so all is well.
Slight bummer is that I can no longer easily use old phones as backups since the SIMs are different sizes.


tl;dr: New phone is ready for kitteh pictures.
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:55 PM   #313366
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Because I want him to be healthy enough that he lives past 40 so I can have more time to be a dick to him.
Problem is, you live in Oakland, so would YOU make it past 40?
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Yeah...same thing and I usually go through about 1g a month....it goes up more if I happen to poop more that month



If you're pooping in places without WiFi, you need to reassess your life.
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Although, like Kalim's VMR reps, they're probably Raceland reps.
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is there better for the $$?
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Anyone know how to build macros in Excel so that I can haz a button on a spreadsheet (let's call this file 1) that you click and it asks you to open a specified excel file (file 2) and it imports the data from specific cells in file 2 into file 1?

Basically, I get monthly reports with data and I want specific cells from that imported into a spreadsheet that I have with charts that tracks the monthly performance.

For anyone that knows about this, is it fairly easy to do or should I pay someone that knows how to do it?

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Depends on the model but short answer, yes
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:14 PM   #313375
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Anyone know how to build macros in Excel so that I can haz a button on a spreadsheet (let's call this file 1) that you click and it asks you to open a specified excel file (file 2) and it imports the data from specific cells in file 2 into file 1?

Basically, I get monthly reports with data and I want specific cells from that imported into a spreadsheet that I have with charts that tracks the monthly performance.

For anyone that knows about this, is it fairly easy to do or should I pay someone that knows how to do it?

TIA!
Yeah bruh, it's kinda tough to explain over teh intarwebz, and it helps to have a bit of an understanding of visual basic/ActiveX. Here's a link to the fundamental diy:

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hmmm, ok, doing more research and my seats are "Leather M-texture/Alcantara/anthrazit" based on a vin lookup. There's a similiar number/name for cloth which is different. So maybe these are alcantara...
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Could either be the deal of a century or a big scam :2gud2btru:

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=973068
There is a particular type of car scam that follows that exact setup.
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