With all of the herniated disks and torn rotator cuffs in this thread, you'd think they would be shopping for air guitars for their 4 hour gigs.
An umpire calling a ball outside the strike zone a Strike because it was "framed well" is a perfect example of the umpires not knowing what...
Better believe it. Then the discontinuation of the All Star Game. Another waste.
A 2.5 hour Home Run Derby? GTFO. The whole game is a home run...
His words are about as useful to me as a football bat.
Justin Verlander pretty much said all that needs to be said about that a55clown.
And a donut with no hole is a Danish.
Wade Boggs said on countless occasions that he trained himself for years and decades to know exactly where the strike zone is...
Making a mistake and then copping an attitude about it when it's pointed out.
Jeeze... picky, picky, picky...
There's that Eddie Van Halen thread where they're administering Last Rights and throwing dirt on his face but they...
You shouldn't be.
They'll rip your 'nads off.
Is this an official stat?
I suppose one could argue that 100% of these situations work out - for someone.
I get what you're saying, but doesn't that run against the grain of what "insurance" is supposed to be for?
Insurance is something you purchase...
He's going to have to get in touch with his attorney first.
Well, technically the title of the thread is "Help! What Store Is This Price Tag From? Got Ripped on eBay..."
"Help!" being the Gear Page...
You forgot about the negative feedback he wanted to post as well.
Because his brain short circuited at the prospect of operating a screwdriver.
Yes, that's you.... missing the point of the thread.
He paid in the neighborhood of $2100 for a $900 amp - not the other way around.
Pardon my skepticism, but it's been my experience that the first thing that the sipping companies do with claims is to deny them. I work for an...
I'm actually quite fond of those.
In fact, I submit that is what was sadly lacking in the video.
And this thread, honestly.
...and then there's "Drive".
What year? (First two digits of the serial number).
Is that the one with "Roll With Me, Man" on it?
Sounds like the OP was in the right place, but it musta been the wrong time.
There's always http://www.goodwill.org/