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    And I just ordered ink for my printers. Nothing like sitting down to do billing and running out of juice with no backups on the shelf. Lame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    And I just ordered ink for my printers. Nothing like sitting down to do billing and running out of juice with no backups on the shelf. Lame.
    I hate buying ink for my big printer: 12 cartridges to replace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veinbuster View Post
    I hate buying ink for my big printer: 12 cartridges to replace.
    Whoa.

    I rock a Brother DCP-7020 monochrome laser that I've have for years and years and an Epson XP-400 cheapy inkjet for the rare times when I need color. I spent about $40 in cartridges. Not too bad I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    Whoa.

    I rock a Brother DCP-7020 monochrome laser that I've have for years and years and an Epson XP-400 cheapy inkjet for the rare times when I need color. I spent about $40 in cartridges. Not too bad I guess.
    That is pretty civilized. My printer has 3 cartridges just for Grey-black. I get the small size at about 2 oz each of ink. The payoff is I can print awesome posters on a whim and paper my walls with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veinbuster View Post
    That is pretty civilized. My printer has 3 cartridges just for Grey-black. I get the small size at about 2 oz each of ink. The payoff is I can print awesome posters on a whim and paper my walls with them.
    That's intense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    Whoa.

    I rock a Brother DCP-7020 monochrome laser that I've have for years and years and an Epson XP-400 cheapy inkjet for the rare times when I need color. I spent about $40 in cartridges. Not too bad I guess.
    Just picked up a Brother color laser over the weekend to replace a fading Epson inkjet. I think the laser (with a coupon) cost about the same as the inkjet did all those years ago. Replacement cartridges will cost more than the printer! The OEM cartridges seem to be getting a hundred pages or so (according to some of the Amazon reviews), but the high yield replacements should last a couple years.

    I never thought I'd have a laser printer at home...it's quite a step up from my original dot-matrix printer!
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    I love my laser beast.
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    My black and white laser printer makes more sense for me being that I hardly print anything. The inkjet gave me all sorts of problems because I did not use it enough.
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    I got a book today. Blood Money, The Civil War and the Federal Reserve

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    Just ordered...

    Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12000mAh Battery Charger


    And...

    GI P38 & P51 Can Opener Combo Pack


    Bound to use them both a bunch.

    Who knows maybe I will sell phone charges at Experience to make guitar money?!
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    I charged quite a few phones with this battery pack at Experience and the before/after parties. Well worth the $50 I spent. It's charging my phone as I type this at the airport.

    JFB + Amazon = Juice!!!
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    Thanks for charging John's phone- that thing is great! Great meeting up and hanging this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vchizzle View Post
    Thanks for charging John's phone- that thing is great! Great meeting up and hanging this weekend.
    Was my pleasure and the least I could do for the rides. You two rule. I'll make sure to make my way to Madison soon.
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    Got one of these recently. Tired of trying to change my wife's watch batteries with a kitchen knife.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Got one of these recently. Tired of trying to change my wife's watch batteries with a kitchen knife.


    Having the right tool for the job is a beautiful thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    I charged quite a few phones with this battery pack at Experience and the before/after parties. Well worth the $50 I spent. It's charging my phone as I type this at the airport.

    JFB + Amazon = Juice!!!
    Be careful announcing that you're juiced or you might get suspended from MLB......unless you're ARod!
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    AW YEAH!!!

    I didn't know David Grissom had a book...bought it immediately. Should be here Tuesday. STOKED!

    Anyone else have this? What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    AW YEAH!!!

    I didn't know David Grissom had a book...bought it immediately. Should be here Tuesday. STOKED!

    Anyone else have this? What do you think?

    At the last PRS/DG clinic at GC in North Dallas, you could buy this book and DG's latest cd, and get them signed by DGh. So yes, I do have it, and it's autographed by DG in gold paint pen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGuitars View Post
    At the last PRS/DG clinic at GC in North Dallas, you could buy this book and DG's latest cd, and get them signed by DGh. So yes, I do have it, and it's autographed by DG in gold paint pen.
    Oh sweet. Mine won't be signed upon arrival, but maybe one day.
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    Oh, I need that book. Yes I do.

    In the meantime, I'll have to content myself with what came today.



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