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Old 07-02-2013, 03:44 PM   #200861
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That was ages ago not like it was anything recent



I didn't get an invite

still counts lol iono, the most recent thing would be asking me about the surface pro since you were eyeing it lol
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Old 07-02-2013, 04:46 PM   #200864
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That's not tech support related That was on the forum not via text messaging either.
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yeah, eating smaller healthier means more frequently should make you feel better and also speed up your metabolism which should make you actually lose some weight. I still splurge here and there, love the food when i do, but feel like crap afterwards.
yeah, I feel like crap especially in foods with a shitload of fat. like pizza hut pizza. I try to stay away from stuff like that nowadays
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That's not tech support related That was on the forum not via text messaging either.
you can get tech support on the forums too. there's plenty of sites like that lol but yeah, not tech support. but it would be along the same lines. it's like you know someone is generally good in that field, so you ask them for opinions on stuff instead of doing the research yourself. basically the same thing, it's just not an immediate tech problem.
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you can get tech support on the forums too. there's plenty of sites like that lol but yeah, not tech support. but it would be along the same lines. it's like you know someone is generally good in that field, so you ask them for opinions on stuff instead of doing the research yourself. basically the same thing, it's just not an immediate tech problem.
That would be true if I brought up the topic of the surface pro however you initiated the conversation I was merely adding to the conversation with curious input. If I had posted out of the blue like Hieu how's the surface then you logic would be somewhat sound. Although technical support is still different then asking for one persons opinion on a product. That's like me asking hey how was hooker A last night as opposed to do you like hookers in general, specific versus broad.
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yeah, I feel like crap especially in foods with a shitload of fat. like pizza hut pizza. I try to stay away from stuff like that nowadays
Isn't this the truth? When I was younger, I was a big fat body but I could eat anything without any ill effects (heart burn, feeling like crap, etc). Now, I'll go a stretch of 5 or so days eating healthy, then i'll have a cheat meal and just feel like garbage. Getting old sucks
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Oh. I was going to suggest that we trade. My fronts for your rears. That way you won't have any rubbing issues in the back and you will get a tire with a taller profile (40 vs 35) to help with the roads. If you planned on getting new tires, it could have worked since my tires are practically new and you would only have to have bought 1 more pair. This would have also benefited me as well since I want 255s up front.

But since you already put on the PSSs, it's not worth it for either of us. Oh well!

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Not much.... Looking for a new house.... Need to start packing.... Still in vaca mode.

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