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Posts by Slammin' Sam

That's a pretty poor generalization. I've bought several sets of clubs on Ebay and never had a problem. Additionally, there are several reputable mail order golf outlets like 3 Balls Golf and Dallas Golf that regularly sell on Ebay. Ebay does a fair job sorting out the scam artists from legitimate merchants and if you keep on eye on seller feedback ratings you'll do just fine.
I don't know about previous years, but a 6 speed is available in both the R/T and the SRT8 for 2010. As for your next family car, you might want to aim a little higher than that SRT8 300C. I just read a few days ago that Chrysler built a concept 300C with a Viper V10 engine and a 6 speed. That might be a fun little family wagon!
Just took delivery today of my new ride: a "plum crazy" 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 with the 6.1 Hemi. Apparently everybody wants automatics these days because mine has a 6 speed manual and for that reason it stayed around the dealership a lot longer than they wanted so they took $7000 of the sticker price just to move it out. I was obviously more than happy to oblige them at that price.
For the most part I love single malt scotch and my preferred brand is Glennlivet. I also like bourbon and for years haf been drinking Maker's Mark until a friend recently introduced me to Buffalo Trace. It's as smooth and mellow as Maker's but costs less, so I switched. I always have beer in the house as well and it's usually Sam Adams Boston Lager or Red Hook ESB.
Aside from my current driver and one set of irons about 10 years ago (Goldwin AVDP Oversize...yuck!) all of my clubs have been used. I've purchased most of them on Ebay and I have never been burned. I also own 8 putters - all Ping Ansers - of various vintages. They're like my babies.
When I bought mine I figured I was going to have it a while so I splurged and got a Sony Bravia 46" 1080 LCD. No knock on 720, but I can tell the difference in resolution between 720 and 1080 and to me it's worth the higher price. When I bought my set, the price of plasma was taking a nosedive. They can be bought cheaper than LCD or LED sets and when you compare them in terms of picture quality the reason for the price difference is pretty obvious...at least it is to...
My criteria for "fast food" apparently differs from yours. I view it as anyplace where you can place your order and get it to go in 5 minutes or less, the condiments are already on your sandwich, you can get it in a bag to go, and alcoholic beverages are not served. Our Fuddrucker's doesn't meet any of these conditions so to me it's not a fast food restaurant. To me it's more like Red Robin than it is like McDonald's or Hardees (no experience with 5 Guys or...
We have both a Red Robin and a Fuddrucker's. I agree with you on Red Robin but I would hardly call Fuddrucker's fast food. I can't think of anytime I've ever been there that I haven't had to wait at least 8-10 minutes for my order...just as I would at Red Robin.
I don't have a particular favorite when it comes to fast food although I do think Hardees (or Carl's Jr., depending on location) makes a better burger than most of their competitors. There are three places I avoid when it comes to fast food: (1) Taco Bell and (2) Fazzoli's, because the concept of fast food does not work well with either Mexican or Italian cuisine; and (3) Chik-Fil-A, because I think they're overrated and overpriced. Just about every fast food company in...
I agree with Boyder for the most part. To me it makes more sense to buy a condo in a golf community that has nice weather year round. Let somebody else worry about the maintenance, taxes, etc. and just show up to play golf.
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