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Max The Magnificent
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I know it's wrong, but...
Max The Magnificent   5/29/2014 5:02:28 PM
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I know it's wrong to focus on material "things" -- but there's a certain "something" about having something that is made well and engineered to last. Apart from anything else, how often does anyone come up to you and say "wow, that's a nice iPad case -- where did you get that?"


Or what about the time the airport security were convinced my belt contained contraband because it was the most robust belt they had ever seen (click here to see that blog

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Re: It's you eleventy first birthday!
Max The Magnificent   5/29/2014 5:00:03 PM
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@Wnderer: You definitely have to do something special. In base 7 it's your eleventy first birthday (49 + 7 + 1).


OMG your are right, 5710 = 1117 -- the main problem is that there's no way I could explain this to my wife LOL

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does it block rfid?
MS243   5/29/2014 4:59:58 PM
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does it block RFID so your cards don't get cloned?

Wnderer
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It's you eleventy first birthday!
Wnderer   5/29/2014 4:52:57 PM
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You definitely have to do something special. In base 7 it's your eleventy first birthday (49 + 7 + 1).

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