This sounds like a setup, hahaha!
A few people suggested this. Gonna go look for one Sunday. Thank for the input!This sounds like a setup, hahaha!
Also, to contribute to this conversation, many years ago (2000, 2001 or so) my roommates and I had an old washer and dryer in the backyard. After a few drinks we used to load the washing machine up with wood, pieces of shit we broke, and stuff like that, and set it ablaze.
Man, that thing used to roar!!
I wouldn't buy a box of the Candelas, but I would definitely buy a 5-pack. A "once in a while" smoke.I tried several Candela's recently and they are definitely a try before you buy a box type of cigar. The Black Works Studio Hyena is a bit up there. 12 bucks for a corona, it better be mighty tasty. They're new so holding onto MSRP. Love Tats, The tattoo is pretty reasonable and appears on the auctions regularly. All good selections in my opinion. I think the M series Padron is a pretty consistent bargain.
The only thing that has me leaning towards a new phone is my broken camera. I don't like phone cases, but I won't make that mistake again...You can do some damage for $40 for sure, particularly on the auction sites. I've been into NC Cohibas lately and can usually score 10 of those for that price.
I believe your way of thinking is quite wise...keep the paid off phone. No need to throw down cash for a new one. My first phone was a Nokia brick that had a plan where texts were ten cents each. Its amazing how far we've come and how damn expensive they are now.
Yeaaa... my sister's boyfriend has tools, but they're mostly electrical I think. I didn't think it would be this complicated...Once you get the top off the washing machine, may or probably just pries off, you unscrew the cap on the agitator and then the nut or bolt that holds the agitator to the shaft. Usually the tub is secured to the motor shaft with a different bolt. You'll need a decent set of socket wrenches with extensions, a pry bar. flat and Philips head screwdrivers maybe a pipe wrench or channel locks depending on how the tub is secured to the shaft. Problem is you may need some oversized wrenches and depending on how old the washer is the stuff could be corroded. If you have access to tools you should be able to knock it out