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Old 08-11-2009, 01:50 PM   #281
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You can't. You haven't even been shooting with us yet.
We can still chaat about it.
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Old 08-11-2009, 01:51 PM   #282
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Incorrect. You only get partial credit.

It's actually any whole number from 2 and down. Not only 2.
2.5. No wait, 42.
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Seventy three.
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Where?
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Oh good, you're here. I've been thinking of adding guns to "chaat".
So I saw this thread was bumped, and before I even clicked on it, had the same idea.

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Fantastic. It's official -- chaat now includes guns. Fire away.
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hmm, chaat sounds good today.
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, so I sent my driver in for repairs , let's see if the turn around time this time around is less then two weeks
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What kinda driver was it and what did you do to it?
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What kinda driver was it and what did you do to it?
Cleveland launcher http://www.clevelandgolf.com/US_laun...d_drivers.html, at the range couple weeks ago I wasn't paying attention and I accidently hit it against this iron bar. It dented the head a little bit small dent can barely see it. But you know how aerodynamics works any changes in the head affects the distance and control of the driver . I called got a RA number and getting it fixed.
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Cleveland launcher http://www.clevelandgolf.com/US_laun...d_drivers.html, at the range couple weeks ago I wasn't paying attention and I accidently hit it against this iron bar. It dented the head a little bit small dent can barely see it. But you know how aerodynamics works any changes in the head affects the distance and control of the driver . I called got a RA number and getting it fixed.
Oh darn, that sucks that you messed it up. But it's a good thing they can fix it.
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Oh darn, that sucks that you messed it up. But it's a good thing they can fix it.
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Ok, so if you're in NYC GO TO the Chicken and rice halal cart on 53rd and 6th
If you are ever in Manhattan this is a definite MUST EAT! I travel to Manhattan about once a month, and a friend that's a chef in LA, always tells me to check this chicken and rice cart out. It's been over a year of my friend egging me on, saying its the best thing. The food itself is nothing extravagent, just chicken, some lamb, rice, and good white/hot sauce. The cart opens from 7:30pm-4am and the line supposedly gets super rediculous, but in the end is supposed to be worth it.

I arrive in NY last Thursday, and the first things my clients want to do is take me to their favorite club in the city, Pink Elephant. After another night of setting deals and drinking like animals, we stumble out of the club. By this time, my friends have shown up and were waiting to take me to go eat. Low and behold, out of nowhere, they tell me that we're going to pick up some food at a food cart on 53rd.

We arrive to the spot, only to see the line 2 blocks long! I guess it helps knowing people around town, cart vendors INCLUDED. My friend pulls up to the cart, gets out, slaps hands with the guys running the cart and tells them how many orders they need. We get the food and we're off. The food smells delicious, can't wait to dig in! I take a peak at the food: the portions are quite large and come with 2 sauces: a white one (I'm assuming a variation of a cucumber/yogurt sauce) and a hot sauce.

We arrive to a friends karaoke bar to eat and meet up with the rest of our group. All I must say is "DAMN, THIS HAS GOT TO BE THE BEST MEAL I'VE HAD IN A WHILE!!!!" I don't know what it is exactly about this dish, but it's so good! It's simple, comes with great sauces, and is open late! Something perfect for us night owls.

If you're in Manhattan, of course hit up the famous restaurants around town, but definitely make room for some late night chicken/rice at the halal cart on 53rd and 6th, you won't regret it.

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