self isolation: stuff you have bought online....that you probably didn't need to?


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Two boxes of Tainos and a box of Sig II. 

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Wii U (only because everyone else had purchased every Nintendo Switch in the USA.) 

About half a dozen books I won't get to for who knows how long.

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Last Saturday night my wife got so drunk, she ordered $60 worth of Skittles and Starbursts.  When they arrived hours later, she had already forgotten that she ordered them. Not to be outdone, all

It is now 3:00 am. Perhaps I should have waited until morning to try out the machine...

Talked my wife into it... She was hesitant due to the price point but it's an investment in us as far as I'm concerned. It's gonna take like 10 days for delivery. I can't wait. Jura Ena 8  

500GB SSD m.2 because 128 just isn't enough in these times...

2 usb SATA adaptors for powering drives off the TV.

Had to buy a temporary fridge as we have no kitchen at the moment.

And just signed up for 10 Mantua's because one must!

A conference mic - because more WFH...

Upgrading some wall sockets to ones with usb ports because... well .. something to do.

When will it end!?

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1 minute ago, El Presidente said:

How brave do you think I am? :o

She requested it!

....personally I don't think she needs one at all. You could do washing on those abs :whistle:

Nobody likes a braggard!!.........I'm off to inform my Missus of the standard set,   right after mummifying myself in fibreglass

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A designer urinal from Italy.  No joke.  We started our demolition/rebuild three days before restrictions hit, so all I am looking at is stuff for the house ... while praying to every god I can think of that none of the tradies get sick.  

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Another metal lathe.  Found one on craigslist that was just too good to pass up.  My wife's just shook her head and said, "Don't you already have a metal lathe in the basement?"
"I do...but this one is bigger and better...so I'll sell the old one."

Thank God she loves me...not many women would probably put up with me! :)

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12 minutes ago, rbi said:

 

Thank God she loves me...not many women would probably put up with me! :)

I'll guess all of us that are happily married would say the same. I know I do all the time. 

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Rubber mats for the home gym I thought I would set up.

I've had them for two weeks, its on my to do list !

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N95 rated masks. The professional ones.... We're told they're not necessary though some countries are starting to mandate them. We'll see.

 

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39 minutes ago, Sorrowful said:

I got several Schmidt and Bender scopes for my rifles.  What a really need is another cabinet but Aristocrat doesn't make them anymore.

True that. I've outgrown mine by a long shot. Would have ordered a room-sized one if Bob was still making them.

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8 minutes ago, Lunettesman said:

and a wireless meat thermometer, because if i m quarantine I need perfect cooked steak

...and who wants to be tethered while tempting their meats?

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46 minutes ago, Panhead said:

eBay ,100 Titleist golf balls. The bad thing is I don’t play golf anymore.?

Flipper

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